Not surprisingly, the British magazine Spectator printed a terribly dry and unsympathetic review of My Memoirs by Kaiser Welhelm II (1859 - 1941).
In 1920 the representatives from the victorious nations who convened at Versailles demanded that Kaiser Wilhelm, Admiral Tirpitz and an assortment of other big shots be handed over for trial - click here to read about it.
Click here to read what the Kaiser thought of Adolf Hitler.
Click here to read the 1918 interview with General Hindenburg in which he declared that the Germans lost the war as a result of the American Army.
Another article about the despondency in 1920s Germany can be read here...