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" Christianity — and this is its highest merit — has, in some degree, softened, but it could not destroy, that brutal German joy of battle. When once the taming talisman, the Cross, breaks in two, the savagery of the old fighters, the senseless Berserker... "
Prophecies and Omens of the Great War - Página 35
por Ralph Shirley - 1915 - 78 páginas
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The Prose Writings of Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Heine - 1887 - 380 páginas
...when it will crumble and fall. Then the ancient stone gods will arise from out the ashes of dismantled ruins, and rub the dust of a thousand years from their eyes ; and finally Thor, with his colossal hammer, will leap up, and with it shatter into fragments the...
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Germany's Great Lie: The Official German Justification of the War, Exposed ...

Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen - 1914 - 204 páginas
...Paternoster Row, EG September 24th, 1914. INTRODUCTION FROM HEINE TO VON BERNHARDI THE PROPHECY OF HEINE " Christianity — and this is its highest merit —...spring up, and shatter to bits the Gothic cathedrals." — Quoted in a letter to " The Times," September 21st, 1914. WHAT VON BERNHARDI SAYS " We may expect...
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A Primer of the War for Americans

James William White - 1914 - 146 páginas
...it is interesting, in view of recent happenings, to recall what he wrote seventy-eight years ago : "Christianity — and this is its highest merit —...spring up, and shatter to bits the Gothic cathedrals." !! Professor Matthews thinks that in the field of science, pure and applied, the defenders of the supremacy...
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The Real "truth about Germany": Facts about the War

Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen, Alfred Maurice Low - 1914 - 300 páginas
...destroy, that brutal German joy of battle. When once the taming talisman, the Cross, breaks in twoT the savagery of the old fighters, the senseless Berserker...spring up, and shatter to bits the Gothic cathedrals." — Quoted in a letter to " The Times, " September 21st, 1914. WHAT VON BERNHARDI SAYS "We may expect...
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A Text-book of the War for Americans

James William White - 1915 - 564 páginas
...as entirely apropos to Professor Matthews' line of thought, what he wrote seventyeight years ago : "Christianity — and this is its highest merit —...spring up, and shatter to bits the Gothic cathedrals!!" Professor Matthews thinks that in the field of science, pure and applied, the defenders of the supremacy...
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America's Arraignment of Germany

J. William White - 1915 - 152 páginas
...in view of recent happenings, to recall what he wrote seventy-eight years ago : " Christianity—and this is its highest merit— has, in some degree,...spring up, and shatter to bits the Gothic cathedrals \ " Professor Matthews thinks that in the field of science, pure and applied, the defenders of the...
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Heart of Europe

Cram - 1915 - 436 páginas
...Christianity—and this is its highest merit—has in some degree softened, but it could not destroy, the brutal German joy of battle. When once the taming...spring up, and shatter to bits the Gothic cathedrals. Better than any other, he has declared the nature of this war that arose a century after his death....
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Heart of Europe

Ralph Adams Cram - 1915 - 414 páginas
...Christianity — and this is its highest merit — has in some degree softened, but it could not destroy, the brutal German joy of battle. When once the taming...spring up, and shatter to bits the Gothic cathedrals. Better than any other, he has declared the nature of this war that arose a century after his death....
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Heart of Europe

Ralph Adams Cram - 1915 - 414 páginas
...will come when it will piteously collapse. Then the old stone gods will rise from the silent rums, and rub the dust of a thousand years from their eyes....spring up, and shatter to bits the Gothic cathedrals. Better than any other, he has declared the nature of this war that arose a century after his death....
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The War and After: Short Chapters on Subjects of Serious Practical Import ...

Sir Oliver Lodge - 1915 - 258 páginas
...when it will crumble and fall. Then the ancient stone-gods will arise from out the ashes of dismantled ruins, and rub the dust of a thousand years from their eyes ; and finally, Thor, with his colossal hammer, will leap up, and with it shatter into fragments the...
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