The policy is expounded in "a Bismarckian version of an old classical myth."
Such in a few words is the Bismarckian conception of a strong ruler.
Puttkamer, a typical Bismarckian, had been Minister of the Interior for seven years.
His was a Bismarckian nature, reminiscent of the Iron Chancellor alike physically and mentally.
The whole German people have become Bismarckian, and believe that it is might which creates right.
This Bismarckian but imaginative rsum of the conversation in the Park came out quite glibly, and Marie laughed.
Herein, the Bismarckian skill at stacking the cards reaches its height.
The Bismarckian realists among them believed that it would be brought about, in South Africa and elsewhere, by 'blood and iron.'
I refuse to believe that this Bismarckian attitude is that of the German people.
Suavity is no more part of the Bismarckian tradition than exactitude.