Wilhelm von Schoen

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Jean-Baptiste Bienvenu-Martin (foreground), Wilhelm von Schoen (right), and Philippe Berthelot.

Wilhelm Eduard Freiherr von Schoen (Schön) (June 3, 1851 Worms - April 24, 1933 Berchtesgaden) was a German diplomat. He was especially known as German ambassador in Paris at the beginning of World War I and as State Secretary for Foreign Affairs of the German Empire.

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  • Der Nationalismus im Leben der Dritten Republik, Berlin 1920. (Mitautor)
  • Erlebtes: Beiträge zur politischen Geschichte der neuesten Zeit, Stuttgart 1921.
  • The Memoirs of An Ambassador. A Contribution to the Political History of Modern Times, London 1922,
  • Mémoires (1900-1914), Paris 1922.
  • Deutschland und die Schuldfrage, Berlin 1924.
  • Kleiner Führer durch das Berchtesgadener Land, Berchtesgaden 1925.
  • The German Declaration of War on France: The Question of Telegram Mutilations. Premier Poincaré versus Ambassador von Schoen, USA 1927.

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