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" There is nothing for us to justify and nothing to explain away. Every act of whatever nature committed by our troops for the purpose of discouraging, defeating and destroying our enemies is a brave act and a good deed, and is fully justified. . . . Germany... "
Deutschland Über Alles: Or, Germany Speaks: a Collection of the Utterances ... - Página 82
1914 - 102 páginas
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The Living Age, Volumen287

1915 - 864 páginas
...von Disfurth in the Hamburger Nactirichten; "there is nothing for us to justify and nothing for us to explain away. Every act of whatever nature committed...defeating and destroying our enemies is a brave act, a good deed, and is folly justified. There is no reason whatever why we should trouble ourselves about...
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Bibliotheca Sacra and Theological Review, Volumen75

1918 - 668 páginas
...by their foreign critics. Frankly, we are and must be barbarians. We owe no explanations to any one. Every act of whatever nature committed by our troops...defeating and destroying our enemies is a brave act, a good deed, and is fully justified. It is of no consequence whatever if all the monuments ever erected,...
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The Evidence in the Case

James Montgomery Beck - 1914 - 248 páginas
...barbarians, if by these we understand \ those who wage war relentlessly and to the uttermost degree. . . . We owe no explanations to any one. There is nothing...brave act and a good deed, and is fully justified. . . . Germany stands as the supreme arbiter of her own methods, which in the time of war must be dictated...
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The Evidence in the Case: An Analysis of the Diplomatic Records Submitted by ...

James Montgomery Beck - 1914 - 244 páginas
...barbarians, if by these we understand those who wage war relentlessly and to the uttermost degree. . . . We owe no explanations to any one. There is nothing...brave act and a good deed, and is fully justified. . . . Germany stands as the supreme arbiter of her own methods, which in the time of war must be dictated...
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A Primer of the War for Americans

James William White - 1914 - 146 páginas
...barbarity leveled against Germany by their foreign critics. We owe no explanations to any one. Whatever act committed by our troops for the purpose of discouraging, defeating and destroying the enemy is a brave act and fully justified. Germany stands the supreme arbiter of her own methods....
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The World in the Crucible: An Account of the Origins & Conduct of the Great War

Gilbert Parker - 1915 - 442 páginas
...barbarians, if by this we understand those who wage war relentlessly and to the uttermost degree. . . . Every act of whatever nature committed by our troops...brave act and a good deed, and is fully justified. . . . War is war, and must be waged with severity. The commonest, ugliest stone placed to mark the...
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The War from this Side: Editorials from the North American, Philadelphia ...

North American, Philadelphia - 1915 - 432 páginas
...understand those who wage war relentlessly and to the uttermost degree. We owe no explanations to any one. Every act of whatever nature committed by our troops...destroying our enemies is a brave act and a good deed. Our troops must achieve victory. What else matters? Doctor Leonard, a member of the faculty at Heidelberg,...
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Made in Germany

Franklin Monroe Sprague - 1915 - 252 páginas
...general is false. Repeatedly has Germany declared its war policy to be, to loot, to burn, to murder. "Every act of whatever nature committed by our troops...destroying our enemies is a brave act and a good deed." So speaks Major General von Disfurth. So speak, only a hundredfold louder, the many authenticated acts...
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Anglo-Saxon Supremacy: Or, Race Contributions to Civilization

John Lincoln Brandt - 1915 - 264 páginas
...against Germany by their foreign critics. . . . "There is nothing for us to justify and nothing for us to explain away. Every act of whatever nature, committed...defeating, and destroying our enemies is a brave act, a good deed and is fully justified. There is no reason whatsoever why we should trouble ourselves about...
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The Canadian Law Times, Volumen35

1915 - 1082 páginas
...wage war relentlessly to the uttermost degree. There is nothing for us to justify and nothing for us to explain away. Every act of whatever nature, committed...defeating and destroying our enemies is a brave act, a good deed, and is fully justified. There is no reason whatever why we should trouble ourselves about...
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