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" If you rub it in, both at home and abroad, that you are ready for instant war with every unit of your strength in the first line, and intend to be first in, and hit your enemy in the belly, and kick him when he is down, and boil your prisoners in oil... "
The Great Illusion: A Study of the Relation of Military Power to National ... - Page 122
by Sir Norman Angell - 1913 - 416 pages
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The Great Illusion: A Study of the Relation of Military Power in Nations to ...

Norman Angell - 1910 - 388 pages
...peace. If you rub it in both at home and abroad that you are ready for 1 Review of Reviews, Feb., 1910. instant war with every unit of your strength in the...your prisoners in oil (if you take any) , and torture bis women and children, then people will keep clear of you. Well, the foregoing is simply not true....
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The World's Highway: Some Notes on America's Relation to Sea Power and Non ...

Norman Angell - 1915 - 361 pages
..."Moderation in war is imbecility. "Hit first, hit hard, and hit anywhere. ". . . If you rub it in both at home and abroad that you are ready for instant war...every unit of your strength in the first line, and intend to be first in and hit your enemy in the belly and kick him when he is down, and boil your prisoners...
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A Strong Man's House

Francis Neilson - 1916 - 360 pages
...without twaddle and hypocrisy. I can understand Admiral Fisher when he says, 'If you rub it in both at home and abroad that you are ready for instant...line and waiting to be first in and hit your enemy, and kick him when he is down, and boil your prisoners in oil (if you take any), and torture his women...
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Readers Comp to Military History Pa

592 pages
...exclaimed impatiently . . . "What you call my truculence is all for peace. If you rub it in, both at home and abroad, that you are ready for instant war...every unit of your strength in the first line, and intend to be first in, and hit your enemy in the belly, and kick him when he is down, and boil your...
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The Lusitania: Unravelling the Mysteries

Patrick O'Sullivan - 2000 - 194 pages
...greatest opponent. He had the following comments to make at the Hague Peace Conference of 1899: '. . . Hit your enemy in the belly, and kick him when he is down, and boil his prisoners in oil if you take any and torture his women and children. Then people will keep...
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Submarines at War 1914-1918

Richard Compton-Hall - 2004 - 345 pages
...Lansing would have received Admiral Jacky Fisher's advice to The Hague Peace Conference in 1899: '. . . hit your enemy in the belly, and kick him when he is down, and boil his prisoners in oil - if you take any - and torture his women and children. Then people will keep...
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