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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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A Text-book of the War for Americans

James William White - 1915 - 564 páginas
...barbarity leveled against Germany by her foreign critics. We owe no explanations to anyone. Whatever act is 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 Canada Law Journal, Volumen50

1915 - 686 páginas
...levelled 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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America's Arraignment of Germany

J. William White - 1915 - 152 páginas
...levelled against Germany by their foreign critics. We owe no explanations to anyone. Whatever act is 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 New York Times Current History: The European war, Volumen7

1916 - 694 páginas
...soldiers from the accusations hurled against them in foreign and neutral countries. We owe no explanation to any one. There is nothing for us to justify and...brave act and a good deed and is fully justified. in the time of war, must be dictated to the world." This position has since been officially indorsed...
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For the Right: Essays and Addresses

1916 - 264 páginas
...civilization had established. "There is nothing," they say in effect, "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. . . . They call us barbarians. What of it ? We scorn them and...
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The Super-state and the 'eternal Values': Being the Herbert Spencer Lecture ...

James Mark Baldwin - 1916 - 52 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 act. Our troops must achieve victory. What else matters ? ' 1 The German Chancellor, announcing to...
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The Diagnosis of the German Obsession

William Armstrong Fairburn - 1918 - 458 páginas
...understand those who wage war relentlessly and to the uttermost degree. . . . We owe no explanation to any one. There is nothing for us to justify and...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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For the Right

1918 - 300 páginas
...civilization had established. "There is nothing," they say in effect, "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. . . . They call us barbarians. What of it? We scorn them and their...
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Submarine and Anti-submarine

Sir Henry John Newbolt - 1918 - 332 páginas
...the War : ' We owe no explanations to anyone : 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 fully justified. Germany stands supreme, the arbiter of her own methods, which must...
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Handbook of War Facts and Peace Problems

Arthur Lincoln Frothingham - 1919 - 264 páginas
...barbarians, if by this we understand those who wage war relentlessly and to the uttermost degree. . . . There is nothing for us to justify and nothing to...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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