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Germany's Annexationist Aims 1917
by Salomon Grumbach

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1917 Excerpt: ...a war indemnity in men. "The Russian Government transplants year by year, and by force, hundreds of thousands of the rural population, as we know from the history of Siberia.... The only thing to be done is to withdraw the German settlers from Russia and to establish them on the territories on our eastern frontier which have been made vacant for them. In any case, we do not wish to expropriate the present owners of the land with German money. On the contrary, we mean to compel our enemies to cede us the land and to impose on them the duty to cede to us landed property with vacant possession and free for German settlement.... One of our foremost aims must be a war indemnity in the form of land. Unless we receive it we may consider ourselves defeated! Both in the West and in the East the territories acquired should be placed under the influence of the Empire politically, militarily, and economically; but they should not be represented in the Federal Council and Parliament." Herr Adolf Bar wrote in Die Entwicklung der grossen osteuropdischen und orientalischen Fragen, Weimar, 1915 (Grumbach, p. 328): "A successful war must give us free land in the East. We do not want a cash indemnity from the Russians, because we cannot obtain it; but we can get property in land. We see a future Germany arising, a Greater Germany, a firmly knit national State within enlarged frontiers, an unselfish leader of a new Central Europe stretching from the Meuse and the Adria to the Bug and the Black Sea." Herr Wolfgang Eisenhart wrote in Was lehrt uns der Krieg, Naumburg 1915 (Grumbach, p. 329): "Before all, we must fight for better and more easily defendable frontiers in the East and in the West, and settle the conquered frontier districts with German settl...

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1917 Excerpt: ...a war indemnity in men. "The Russian Government transplants year by year, and by force, hundreds of thousands of the rural population, as we know from the history of Siberia.... The only thing to be done is to withdraw the German settlers from Russia and to establish them on the territories on our eastern frontier which have been made vacant for them. In any case, we do not wish to expropriate the present owners of the land with German money. On the contrary, we mean to compel our enemies to cede us the land and to impose on them the duty to cede to us landed property with vacant possession and free for German settlement.... One of our foremost aims must be a war indemnity in the form of land. Unless we receive it we may consider ourselves defeated! Both in the West and in the East the territories acquired should be placed under the influence of the Empire politically, militarily, and economically; but they should not be represented in the Federal Council and Parliament." Herr Adolf Bar wrote in Die Entwicklung der grossen osteuropdischen und orientalischen Fragen, Weimar, 1915 (Grumbach, p. 328): "A successful war must give us free land in the East. We do not want a cash indemnity from the Russians, because we cannot obtain it; but we can get property in land. We see a future Germany arising, a Greater Germany, a firmly knit national State within enlarged frontiers, an unselfish leader of a new Central Europe stretching from the Meuse and the Adria to the Bug and the Black Sea." Herr Wolfgang Eisenhart wrote in Was lehrt uns der Krieg, Naumburg 1915 (Grumbach, p. 329): "Before all, we must fight for better and more easily defendable frontiers in the East and in the West, and settle the conquered frontier districts with German settl...

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  • PID: 14801839119
  • Publisher: Facsimile Publisher
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    Notes: Lang: -English, Pages 168. It is the reprint edition of the original edition which was published long back (1917). The book is printed in black on high quality paper with Matt Laminated colored dust cover. We found this book important for the readers who want to know more about our old treasure so we brought it back to the shelves. We tried to manage the best possible copy but in some cases, there may be some pages which are blur or missing or with black spots. We expect that you will understand our compulsion in these books. Print on Demand.