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" If Germany were extinguished to-morrow, the day after to-morrow there is not an Englishman in the world who would not be the richer. Nations have fought for years over a city or a right of succession ; must they not fight for two hundred and fifty million... "
The World's Work ...: A History of Our Time - Page 12929
by Walter Hines Page, Arthur Wilson Page - 1910
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 115

1915
...extinguished tomorrow, the day after to-morrow there is not an Englishman in the world who would not be the richer. Nations have fought for years over a city or a right of succession; must they not fight for two hundred and fifty million pounds of yearly commerce?'...
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Swords and Ploughshares: Or, The Supplanting of the System of War by the ...

Lucia True Ames Mead - 1912 - 249 pages
...is not an Englishman in the world who would not be richer, " is thus commented on by Norman Angell : One almost despairs of ever reaching economic sanity...which ought to be as offensive to educated folk as a defence of astrology or witchcraft. What does the "extinction" of Germany mean? Does it mean that we...
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The Great Illusion: A Study of the Relation of Military Power to National ...

Sir Norman Angell - 1913 - 416 pages
...extinguished to-morrow, the day after to-morrow there is not an Englishman in the world who would not be the richer. Nations have fought for years over a city or right of saccesaon. Must they not fight for 1250 m£Hian dcCars of yearly commerce? What does the "extinction**...
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Modern Germany in Relation to the Great War

1916 - 628 pages
...who would not be the richer the day after tomorrow. Nations have fought for years over a city or a right of succession — must they not fight for two...hundred and fifty million pounds of yearly commerce?" This calm toying with a war of prevention is carried on all the more cold-bloodedly since the mad idea...
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Modern Germany in Relation to the Great War

1916 - 628 pages
...richer the day after tomorrow. Nations have fought for years over a city or a right of succession—must they not fight for two hundred and fifty million pounds of yearly commerce?" This calm toying with a war of prevention is carried on all the more cold-bloodedly since the mad idea...
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American World Policies

Walter Edward Weyl - 1917 - 307 pages
...an Englishman in the world who would not be richer. Nations have fought for years over a city or a right of succession, must they not fight for two hundred and fifty million pounds of yearly commerce ? " 1 No doubt this assertion of a complete opposition between British and German commerce and investment...
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The Anglo-German Commercial and Colonial Rivalry as a Cause of the Great War ...

Oscar Albert Marti - 1917 - 83 pages
...seen. If Germany were extinguished tomorrow there is not an Englishman in the world who would not be richer. Nations have fought for years over a city or right of succession. Mast they not fight for two hundred fifty million pounds of commerce." — Rohrbach, "German World...
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The Economic Causes of Modern War: A Study of the Period: 1878-1918

John Bakeless - 1921 - 265 pages
...extinguished tomorrow, the day after tomorrow there is not an Englishman in the world who would not be the richer. Nations have fought for years over a city or a right of succession; must they not fight for two hundred and fifty million pounds of commerce? ....
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Cross Currents in Europe To-day

Charles Austin Beard - 1922 - 278 pages
...ever seen. If Germany were extinguished tomorrow there is not an Englishman in the world who would not be the richer. Nations have fought for years over a city or a right of succession ; must they not fight for two hundred and fifty million pounds of commerce? .......
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 115

1915
...extinguished tomorrow, the day after to-morrow there is not an Englishman in the world who would not be the richer. Nations have fought for years over a city or a right of succession; must they not fight for two hundred and fifty million pounds of yearly commerce?'...
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