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" It is not true that our warfare pays no respect to international laws. It knows no undisciplined cruelty. But in the East the earth is saturated with the blood of women and children unmercifully butchered by, the wild Russian troops, and in the West dumdum... "
Deutschland Über Alles: Or, Germany Speaks: a Collection of the Utterances ... - Página 39
1914 - 102 páginas
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Common Sense about the War

Bernard Shaw - 1914 - 268 páginas
...same degree we must decidedly refuse to buy a German defeat at the cost of saving a work of art. C""7f is not true that our warfare pays no respect to international laws. It knows no indisciplined cruelty. But in the east the earth is saturated with the blood of women and children...
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War Echoes: Or Germany and Austria in the Crisis ...

George William Hau (ed. and comp.) - 1915 - 382 páginas
...same degree we must decidedly refuse to buy a German defeat at the cost of saving a work of art. It is not true that our warfare pays no respect to international...our soldiers. Those who have allied themselves with Russian and Servians, and present such a shameful scene to the world as that of inciting Mongolians...
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The New York Times Current History of the European War, Volumen1

1915 - 1370 páginas
...same degree we must decidedly refuse to buy a German defeat at the cost of saving a work of art. It is not true that our warfare pays no respect to international laws. It knows no inclisciplined cruelty. But in the east the earth is saturated with the blood of women and children...
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Made in Germany

Franklin Monroe Sprague - 1915 - 252 páginas
...injured by our soldiers without the bitterest self-defence having made it necessary," and again, "It is not true that our warfare pays no respect to international laws," and this in the face of their submarine piracy! We could fill pages with similar statements flatly...
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The New York Times Current History: The European War, Volumen1

1917 - 704 páginas
...same degree we must decidedly refuse to buy a German defeat at the cost of saving a work of art. It ia not true that our warfare pays no respect to international laws. It knows no indisciplined cruelty. But in the east the earth is saturated with the blood of women and children...
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Patriotism Through Education Series

National Security League - 1918 - 590 páginas
...self-defense having made it necessary. . . . It is not true that our troops treated Louvain brutally. . . . It is not true that our warfare pays no respect to international laws." In these false declarations by German scientists whose names are many of them household words — declarations...
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Why Christianity Did Not Prevent the War

Isaac J. Lansing - 1918 - 264 páginas
...self-defence having made it necessary. It is not true that our troops treated Louvain brutally. It is not true that our warfare pays no respect to international laws." A distinguished American specialist in physical science truthfully says, "In these false declarations...
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The North American Review, Volumen210

1919 - 868 páginas
...same degree we must decidedly refuse to buy a German defeat at the cost of saving a work of art. It is not true that our warfare pays no respect to international...Those who have allied themselves with Russians and Serbians, and present such a shameful scene to the world as that of inciting Mongolians and negroes...
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The North American Review, Volumen210

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1919 - 898 páginas
...same degree we must decidedly refuse to buy a German defeat at the cost of saving a work of art. It is not true that our warfare pays no respect to international...Those who have allied themselves with Russians and Serbians, and present such a shameful scene to the world as that of inciting Mongolians and negroes...
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The World War and Its Consequences: Being Lectures in the Course on ...

William Herbert Hobbs - 1919 - 478 páginas
...self-defense having made it necessary. ... It is not true that our troops treated Louvain brutally. . . . It is not true that our warfare pays no respect to international laws. . . "Have faith in us! Believe that we shall carry on this war to the end as a civilized nation, to...
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