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“FIGHT TO BITTER END"

GERM .AX BANKER’S OUTBURST. The United Press Agency in New York published an interview which is stated, to have been obtained by Herr Ivarl Von Weigand with Privy Councillor Witting, head of the National Bank of Germany. The account of the interview, it is explained, was received from Berlin by nuiiJL The following are extracts from HeiT Witling’s statement a : It is a, fight to the bitter end between England and Germany—-to the last German, if necessary. It is a war of annihilation between these two nations. England wanted it. So be it. We, want no quarter from England, and shall give none. England alone brought on this criminal war, out of greed and envy, to crush Germany, and now it is death, destruction, and annihilation for one or the other. God. 1 How we hate England and the English nation of hypocrites, which, brought this misery on us and the world. Tell tho American people that those words do not come from a fanatic, but from a quiet business man who knows the feelings of tho Garmati people.

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“FIGHT TO BITTER END", Evening Star, Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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“FIGHT TO BITTER END" Evening Star, Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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