Otto Hahn pp 83-88 | Cite as

The First World War

  • Klaus Hoffmann


As many of his colleagues recognised, in Otto Hahn there was nothing of the true character of war, in which the leading industrial nations wrestled over a new division of the world. Above all else, Germany, which had come too late to the division of the world into colonial regions, wanted new sources of raw materials and market outlets.


Hague Convention Colonial Region Market Outlet Kaiser Wilhelm Institute Kaiser Wilhelm Society 
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  • Klaus Hoffmann

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