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WAR ADVOCATED.

GERMAN WRITER'S VIEWS

CRISIS CAN ONLY BE DISPOSED OF BY THE SWORD!

(Per Press Association—Copyright)

{Received February 27, 8.45 a.m.) BERLIN, February 26. A writer in the paper "Die Post" advocated immediate war as the only means of extricating Germany -frem her intolerable situation -amcsig European Powers. He says:—"ln the lives-of -nations there are complications and dangers which can only be disposed of by tin sword, and our situation to-day 'belongs to this category. , " At the moment, the conditions are favourable. France is not ready to fight; Britain _is invoked 'in iffitercolouial and colonial difficulties ; and Russia shrinks from war because she fears a revolution. "Shall we wait mntil our ■ opponents are ready, or shall we -use -the favourable moment to fei'ce a .decision ?"

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WAR ADVOCATED., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8805, 27 February 1914

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WAR ADVOCATED. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8805, 27 February 1914

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