Not very. At the end of the day, had the Rothschilds never existed, or had they stayed middling merchants, there would still have been an industrial revolution, capital would still have been one of the most of powerful forces in the world, there would still have been world wars in the 20th Century.
This idea that 'Great People' create or change history i... (more)
Germany (and Japan)
If you mean which nations have been at war with the most number of other nations, it's almost certainly Germany. By the spring of 1945, apart from some European neutrals, almost no country other than Japan was not at war with Germany. In fact, it's easier to list the countries that weren't at war with Germany:
To answer this we need to understand a couple of things.
First, the nature of a German Beamter. In Germany (even today), a Beamter is an employee of the State (either of the federal state, or of one of the Laender), to whom special laws (usually in employment law) apply.
Secondly, we need to understand that the individual states of the Weimar Republic w... (more)