The Pangerman Plot Unmasked: Berlin's Formidable Peace-trap of "the Drawn War,"

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C. Scribner's Sons, 1916 - 235 стор.
 

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Сторінка 9 - This war has not been forced on us by surprise; we have desired it, and it was our bounden duty thus to desire it. Germany wages war because of her immutable conviction that greater world expansion and freer outlets are due to her by right of her own works.
Сторінка 206 - In about fifteen years my country will begin a great war. . . . Some months after we have done our job in Europe we shall take New York, and probably Washington, and we shall keep them for a time.
Сторінка 105 - German South America," he concludes, "will provide for us, in the temperate zone, a colonial region where our emigrants will be able to settle as farmers. Chili and Argentina will preserve their language and their autonomy, but we shall require that German be taught in the schools as a second language. Southern Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay are countries of German culture, and there German will be the national tongue.
Сторінка 195 - If any person before acquiring nationality in a foreign State shall have received the written permission of a competent authority of his native State to retain his nationality of that State, he shall not lose his nationality of the said native State.
Сторінка 89 - Asia Minor is the only territory in the world which has not yet been monopolized by a Great Power. And yet it is the finest field for colonization. If Germany does not miss the opportunity and seizes it before the Cossacks grab it, she will have secured the best part in the division of the world.
Сторінка 198 - There are two reasons why the chief wish of America is for peace. One is that they love peace and have nothing to do with the present quarrel. . . . May 27, 1916: With its [the war's] causes and objects we have no concern. Octobers, 1916: The singularity of the present war is that its origin and objects have never been disclosed.
Сторінка 4 - Germans alone will govern ; they alone will exercise political rights ; they alone will serve in the army and navy ; they alone will have the right to hold land ; and they will thus be made to feel that they are a people of rulers, as they were in the Middle Ages. They will, however, allow inferior tasks to be carried out by the foreign subjects under their domination.
Сторінка 46 - Belgium must be subjected to the legislation of the Empire in monetary, financial, and postal matters. Her railways and her water courses must be closely connected with our communications. By constituting a Walloon territory and a Flemish territory with a preponderance of the Flemish, and by putting into German hands the properties and the economic undertakings which are of vital importance for dominating the country, we shall organize the Government and the administration in such a manner that the...
Сторінка 4 - Germans alone will govern . . . they alone will exercise political rights; they alone will serve in the army and in the navy; they alone will have the right to become land-owners; thus they will acquire the conviction that, as in the Middle Ages, the Germans are a people of rulers. However, they will condescend so far as to delegate inferior tasks to foreign subjects who live among them.
Сторінка 207 - Some months after we have done our job in Europe we shall take New York, and probably Washington, and we shall keep them for a time. We do not intend to take any territory from you, but only to put your country in its proper place with reference to Germany. We shall extract one or two billions of dollars from New York and other towns...

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