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" It is not true that we trespassed in neutral Belgium. It has been proved that France and England had resolved on such a trespass, and it has likewise been proved that Belgium had agreed to their doing so. It would have been suicide on our part not to... "
Deutschland Über Alles: Or, Germany Speaks: a Collection of the Utterances ... - Página 38
1914 - 102 páginas
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Popular Science Monthly, Volumen85

1914 - 636 páginas
...documental proof. . . . It is not true that we trespassed in neutral Belgium. . . . It it not trua that the life and property of a single Belgian citizen...the bitterest self-defence having made it necessary. . . . /f is not true that our troops treated Louvain brutally. . . . We can not wrest the poisonous...
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Common Sense about the War

Bernard Shaw - 1914 - 268 páginas
...now dare to call an Attila has been ridiculed by them for years, because of his steadfast endeavors to maintain universal peace. Not till a numerical...was injured by our soldiers without the bitterest selfdefense having made it necessary; for again and again, notwithstanding repeated threats, the citizens...
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War Echoes: Or Germany and Austria in the Crisis ...

George William Hau (ed. and comp.) - 1915 - 382 páginas
...so. It would have been suicide on our part not to have headed them off at their own game if possible. It is not true that the life and property of a single...was injured by our soldiers without the bitterest self-defense having made it necessary; for again and again, notwithstanding repeated threats, the citizens...
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The American Verdict on the War: A Reply to the Appeal to the Civilized ...

Samuel Harden Church - 1915 - 40 páginas
...had agreed to their doing so. It would have been suicide on our part not to have been beforehand. // is not true that the life and property of a single...was injured by our soldiers without the bitterest self-defense having made it necessary; for again, and again, notwithstanding repeated threats, the...
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Made in Germany

Franklin Monroe Sprague - 1915 - 252 páginas
...ignorant of the facts. They say again, "It is not true that we trespassed in neutral Belgium," and again, "It is not true that the life and property of a single Belgium citizen was injured by our soldiers without the bitterest self-defence having made it necessary,"...
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Germany Vs. Civilization: Notes on the Atrocious War

William Roscoe Thayer - 1916 - 262 páginas
...on such a trespass, and it has likewise been proved that Belgium had agreed to their doing so. ... It is not true that the life and property of a single...was injured by our soldiers without the bitterest self-defense having made it necessary. . . . It is not true that our troops treated Louvain brutally....
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Patriotism Through Education Series

National Security League - 1918 - 590 páginas
...these are given prominence: "It is not true that Germany is guilty of having caused this war. . . . It is not true that the life and property of a single...was injured by our soldiers without the bitterest self-defense having made it necessary. . . . It is not true that our troops treated Louvain brutally....
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Obstacles to Peace

Samuel Sidney McClure - 1917 - 524 páginas
...and calumny are all the more eagerly at work. As heralds of truth we raise our voices against these. It is not true that the life and property of a single Belgian titizen was injured by our soldiers without the bitterest selfcefense having made it necessary; for...
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Why Christianity Did Not Prevent the War

Isaac J. Lansing - 1918 - 264 páginas
...statements, these are given prominence : "It is not true that Germany is guilty of having caused this war. It is not true that the life and property of a single...the bitterest 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...
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United States in the World War, Volumen1

John Bach McMaster - 1918 - 508 páginas
...did the whole nation rise to a man." "It is not true" that Germany "trespassed in neutral Belgium." "It is not true that the life and property of a single...was injured by our soldiers without the bitterest self-defense made it necessary." "It is not true that our troops treated Louvain brutally." "It is...
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