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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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Deutschland und der Weltkrieg

Otto Hintze, Friedrich Meinecke, Hermann Oncken, Hermann A. Schumacher - 1915 - 686 pages
...engttfdjen geitungen aug alien Seifen ber "îBelt in milberer <%orm oft toieberrjolten 'îUuëfprud) getan: „If Germany were extinguished to-morrow, the day...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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Secrets of German Progress

Frank Koester - 1915 - 306 pages
...great progress which Germany has since made in foreign commerce and said, "If Germany were extinguished to-morrow, there is not an Englishman in the world who would not be richer." Advising an attack on Germany the article continued, "A few days and the ships would be at...
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Problems of Readjustment After the War

1915 - 185 pages
...example, in 1897 an English admiral in the Fortnightly Review declared that "if Germany were extinguished tomorrow, there is not an Englishman in the world who would not be richer." In 1912 Bernhardi's book stated more clearly than previous writers the aspirations and dangers...
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Preparations for Peace: An Address Delivered on the Occasion of the Ninety ...

Walter Lowrie Fisher - 1916 - 39 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 have fought for years over a city or a right of succession. Must they not fight for...
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The Diplomatic Background of the War, 1870-1914

Charles Seymour - 1916 - 311 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 have fought for years over a city or a right of succession. Must they not fight for...
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The Diplomatic Background of the War, 1870-1914

Charles Seymour - 1916 - 311 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 have fought for years over a city or a right of succession. Must they not fight for...
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The Diplomatic Background of the War, 1870-1914

Charles Seymour - 1916 - 311 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 have fought for years over a city or a right of succession. Must they not fight for...
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Modern Germany in Relation to the Great War

1916 - 628 pages
...from temperance to trade gin—there the German and the Englishman are struggling to be the first. A million petty disputes build up the greatest cause of war the world has ever seen. If Germany were to be extinguished to-morrow, there is not an Englishman in the world who would not be the richer the...
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Modern Germany in relation to the great war

1916 - 628 pages
...from temperance to trade gin—there the German and the Englishman are struggling to be the first. A million petty disputes build up the greatest cause of war the world has ever seen. If Germany were to be extinguished to-morrow, there is not an Englishman in the world who would not be the richer the...
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Modern Germany in Relation to the Great War

1916 - 628 pages
...from temperance to trade gin—there the German and the Englishman are struggling to be the first. A million petty disputes build up the greatest cause of war the world has ever seen. If Germany were to be extinguished to-morrow, there is not an Englishman in the world who would not be the richer the...
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