The Pangerman Plot Unmasked: Berlin's Formidable Peace-Trap of "The Drawn War"

The Pangerman Plot Unmasked: Berlin's Formidable Peace-Trap of "The Drawn War"

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The Pangerman Plot Unmasked: Berlin's Formidable Peace-Trap of "The Drawn War"

The Pangerman Plot Unmasked: Berlin's Formidable Peace-Trap of "The Drawn War"

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My reasons for commending M. Chéradame's most instructive work to the earnest attention of my countrymen and countrywomen are three-fold.

In the first place, M. Chéradame stands conspicuous amongst that very small body of politicians who warned Europe betimes of the German danger. The fact that in the past he proved a true prophet gives him a special claim to be heard when he states his views as regards the present and the future.

In the second place, I entertain a strong opinion that M. Chéradame's diagnosis of the present situation is, in all its main features, correct.

In the third place, in spite of the voluminous war literature which already exists, I greatly doubt whether the special aspect of the case which M. Chéradame wishes to present to the public is fully understood in this country; neither should I be surprised to hear from those who are more qualified than myself to speak on the subject that the same remark applies, though possibly in a less degree, to the public opinion of France.

It is essential that, before the terms of peace are discussed, a clear idea should be formed of the reasons which led the German Government to provoke this war. It is well that, if such a course be at . . .

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