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" A million petty disputes build up the greatest cause of war the world has ever seen. 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... "
Patriotism and Empire - Page 56
by John Mackinnon Robertson - 1899 - 208 pages
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The Great Illusion: A Study of the Relation of Military Power in Nations to ...

Norman Angell - 1910 - 388 pages
...feeding forty millions in these islands," so I have seen it stated in a leading English paper that, "if Germany were extinguished to-morrow, the day after...richer. Nations have fought for years over a city or right of succession. Must they not fight for two hundred and fifty million pounds of yearly commerce?...
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The World's Work ...: A History of Our Time, Volume 20

Walter Hines Page, Arthur Wilson Page - 1910
...had sacrificed his fortune. I have seen this in a leading English paper: If Germany were extinguished to-morrow, there is not an Englishman in the world who would not the day after to-morrow be the richer. Nations have fought for years over a city or right of succession....
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The Great Illusion: A Study of the Relation of Military Power in Nations to ...

Norman Angell - 1911 - 407 pages
...feeding forty millions in these islands," so I have seen it stated in a leading English paper that, "if Germany were extinguished to-morrow, the day after...richer. Nations have fought for years over a city or 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
...mining town in question. The bank was never attacked again. The dictum of a leading English journal that "if Germany were extinguished to-morrow, the day after...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...
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Swords and Ploughshares: Or, The Supplanting of the System of War by the ...

Lucia True Ames Mead - 1912 - 249 pages
...mining town in question. The bank was never attacked again. The dictum of a leading English journal that "if Germany were extinguished to-morrow, the day after...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...
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Swords and Ploughshares: Or, The Supplanting of the System of War by the ...

Lucia True Ames Mead - 1912 - 249 pages
...mining town in question. The bank was never attacked again. The dictum of a leading English journal that "if Germany were extinguished to-morrow, the day after...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...
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The Great Illusion: A Study of the Relation of Military Power to National ...

Sir Norman Angell - 1913 - 416 pages
...feeding forty millions in their islands, " so I have seen it stated in a leading English paper that "if Germany were extinguished to-morrow, the day after...richer. Nations have fought for years over a city or right of succession. Must they not fight for 1250 million dollars of yearly commerce?" What does the...
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The Great Illusion: A Study of the Relation of Military Power to National ...

Norman Angell - 1913 - 416 pages
...feeding forty millions in their islands," so I have seen it stated in a leading English paper that "if Germany were extinguished to-morrow, the day after...richer. Nations have fought for years over a city or right of succession. Must they not fight for 1250 million dollars of yearly commerce?" What does the...
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Why Europe is at war: the question considered from the points of view of ...

Frédéric René Coudert, Frederick Wallingford Whitridge, Edmund von Mach, Toyokichi Iyenaga, Francis Vinton Greene - 1915 - 170 pages
...that the Germans are the rivals of the English in the commerce of the world everywhere, and continues: A million petty disputes build up the greatest cause...is not 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...
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What Germany Wants

Edmund von Mach - 1915 - 157 pages
...tinned meat, from temperance to trade gin, the German and the Englishman are struggling to be first. A million petty disputes build up the greatest cause...is not an Englishman in the world who would not be richer. Nations r have fought for years over a city or a right of succession. Must they not fight for...
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