Kaiser Wilhelm II – His Foreign Policy – GCSE History

Kaiser Wilhelm II – His Foreign Policy – GCSE History

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  1. His disabled left arm wasn't a disease, it was a paralysis due to an accident at birth- when his mother was giving birth to him, it was discovered that he was breech, meaning he was to come out foot first. There wasn't enough time to perform a c section and if it was done it would also have meant his mother died. She was also too weak to do anything as she had been given half a bottle of choloroform. As a result, the doctor had to basically yank out wilhlelm from the womb; he pulled too hard and disabled wilhelm's left arm permanently.

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