Definition of Kaiser Bill
1. Noun. Grandson of Queen Victoria and Kaiser of Germany from 1888 to 1918; he was vilified as causing World War I (1859-1941).
Lexicographical Neighbors of Kaiser Bill
Literary usage of Kaiser Bill
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blown in by the Draft: Camp Yarns Collected at One of the Great National by Frazier Hunt (1918)
"... BILL GETS THE RANGE THE Kaiser Bill munched in a very gentle manner at a choice selection of Capt. ..."
2. Entertaining the American Army: The American Stage and Lyceum in the World War by James William Evans, Gardner Ludwig Harding, Neysa McMein, Anita Parkhurst, Ethel Rundquist (1921)
"They went: "Uncle Sammy he's got the infantry, He's got the cavalry, He's got the artillery, And so by gosh we'll all go to Germany Good-by Kaiser Bill. ..."
3. The Boy Scouts' Year Book by Boy Scouts of America (1917)
"Old Kaiser Bill, one summer day, Was feeling kind of breezy. ... And then this chesty Kaiser Bill Conceived another notion; He built a thousand submarines ..."
4. An Onlooker in France, 1917-1919 by William Orpen (1921)
"Then, by God, we'll all go to Germany 1 God help Kaiser Bill ! God help Kaiser Bill! God help Kaiser Bill ! "For when Uncle Sam comes . ..."