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How did Otto von Bismarck help to bring about German unification?

He convinced the Austrian emperor to form a pan-German military alliance.

He became a strong influence on the king and encouraged the buildup of the military.

As minister president, he achieved political compromises with the Prussian legislature.

He created the position of kaiser, serving as the first one in the German Empire.

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