THE TRUE ALIGNMENT
"IN the peace to be concluded we demand an international arrangement for general disarmament, as being the chief means of strengthening the debilitated states. General disarmament is the only way to break any militarist supremacy and to secure a lasting and peaceful understanding between the nations.
"We demand the fullest freedom for international trade and intercourse, as well as an unlimited right of migration. We condemn any economic barriers or any economic struggle between states.
"All disputes between states must be settled by compulsory international arbitration.
"Equal rights should be granted for all the inhabitants of any country without regard to tongue, race or religion. This would also mean the securing to national minorities the right to develop their national life.
"With all firmness we object to the violation in any form of any nation.
"The re-establishment of Serbia as a self-governing, independent state is our absolute demand.
"We understand the deep feeling of the Poles
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Publication information: Book title: The End of the War. Edition: 2nd. Contributors: Walter E. Weyl - Author. Publisher: The Macmillan Company. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1918. Page number: 157.
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