Kuno von Moltke

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Lieutenant General Kuno Augustus Friedrich Karl Detlev Graf von Moltke (1847–1923), adjutant to Kaiser Wilhelm II and military commander of Berlin, was a principal in the homosexual scandal known as the Harden-Eulenburg Affair (1907) that rocked the Kaiser's entourage. Moltke was forced to leave the military service.

Further reading[edit]

  • Isabel Hull, The entourage of Kaiser Wilhelm II, Cambridge 1982.
  • John Röhl, Des Kaisers bester Freund, in: Kaiser, Hof und Staat. Wilhelm II. und die deutsche Politik, Munich 1988, pp. 35–77, v.a. 64 ff.
  • Nicolaus Sombart, Wilhelm II. Sündenbock und Herr der Mitte, Berlin 1996.
  • Olaf Jessen: Die Moltkes. Biographie einer Familie, C. H. Beck, Munich 2010, ISBN 978-3-406-604997

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