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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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Germany's Moral Downfall: The Tragedy of Academic Materialism

Alexander Wellington Crawford - 1919 - 232 páginas
...leveled 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 Great Events of the Great War: A Comprehensive and Readable ..., Volumen2

Charles Francis Horne, Walter Forward Austin - 1923 - 536 páginas
...be 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...whatever nature committed by our troops for the purpose oi discouraging, defeating and destroying our enemies is a brave act and a good deed, and is fully...
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The Dublin Review, Volumen156

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1915 - 462 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. . . . They call us barbarians. What of it? We scorn them and their...
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The Canadian Annual Review of Public Affairs

1915 - 938 páginas
...barbarity levelled against Germany by foreign critics. We owe no explanations to any one. Whatever the 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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