The Anglo-German Problem

The Anglo-German Problem

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The Anglo-German Problem

The Anglo-German Problem

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It is the object of the following pages, exhaustively and systematically, to study the Anglo- German problem in all its bearings, without reticence or ambiguity. I think it is high time that such a study should be undertaken. We are told, it is true, that the less said about a delicate situation the better. I do not believe it. I believe in outspokenness, in a free and frank discussion, provided the discussion be based on a thorough knowledge of the facts. Two great people must not be afraid of facing realities such as they are. In the words of Professor Harnack: "A permanent peace can only be achieved by hard intellectual effort and intellectual honesty." The first condition of a mutual understanding between England and Germany is that the whole case be brought before the tribunal of public opinion, that the truth, the whole truth, be told, that a festering wound be searched. The doctor who wants to cure a dangerous disease will not effect a cure by merely denying . . .

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