Speech from the German Minister of the Interior, in Munich, German Empire.
Men of Germany! Hear my words! We have recovered the documents detailing the rule and orders of Maximilian II, during the war. It seems that he was not the great man that many believe he was. He actually ordered, that soldiers be sent to attack telegraph lines and used them in an attempt to start a war between Germany and Denmark, he also attempted to steal from German supply depots believing his own weapons to be poorly made and insufficient.
It also seems that another accusation against him has been proven true, that he, Maximilian II, King of Bavaria, ordered the assassination and death of Wilhelm I, King of Prussia. He ordered his fellow king's death with little mercy and attempted to cover it all upon the Swiss Confederation and Great Britain. He was never a good man, but scum, who deceived his people and bended them to his will. Kaiser Friedrich has been informed and was disgusted and shocked at the revelation but notes that he figured that it was Maximilian the whole time, as outlined in a Prussian police report, put together by one of my brighter subordinates.
I thank you all for your time taken to listen to these revelations.