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GERMANY FROM WITHIN

I \IP\MU MUMI i 1 1 Osi k i oi 1 l l\ I 1 i in i li Imgui 1 t lttreu t i l euti <1 It II t I 1 lull! I \ | I 'I I tl it ll Ili _ t Hiding 'tin lehti in with tin i null v pm I him t } ud tin jit j •vru weeks in uermanv. a London i I in in | ii I nt in ( opt uh igt n K | i d i „i uii k tint l tht i put 'il hj kin jii it t i it 1 u\ei 111 i nut uh th i it nun i f t* i i iut u i\ hj thi ut,h hi | i le-»iou:ii eiiniieelious with derm in imi hj u in ] hti uid -mini i i n i j I nu uil o] i i tnnit i ii i K in^iii),, i actual altitude of mind with which I 1 \ i v tin \\ u Iti I in .niolete variance with the rose tint ii which the "inspired" Herman Pre: lil i t th t nti n I th dt |ti n I II | ttbii 1 th it hi nu md ibi i 1 , It wi id 1 I i _,! ii t l ilh \ hj 1 ' t puLi I nu in ill in I \ tin < im i i i n i i ii ti I t d n 'hj niu t nt i li i pptc ili t th ( oiei liiiient o >t want printed, but are required t, lii n i 1 tin lb it md tlut i i I i rh ( 11 lin i n lu nil th m i il I ll t I ) t n llii„ t ii, tl Itl 11,11 nil i 11\ lut i ui I in mug ll i n iti nil mm In tn tl in t J ill in 1 It i th it ii t' i tl iti u ni il llh uliii n 1 I ' 1 1 i) i il t th inn. nu l ' ! ii in in i i Mi \ ii di i it *hj i im in t in\ i tvt nd I i i [ei i d i mm i i i 11 ml nun i 1 tt u tl t tht m ii" must know now realise t hat I lectin i ti benp'mid it t lti i_ iui n i'h I (i ntm I i n flu 1,1 it iiln i ih f 1 Inm lin\ \\ t] hil i tl uji tn nut f l <ii ii ' n ciin i I iti | i in t t I llllttllll I 1 ll) l\ lII] I i it d evt nt ii I p 1 mlm lin 'n\\ th i ml 1 n„ i ml ihj t 1 mni hj i I ii | ip tited | Dt 1i i i I ( nu il ti l 11 ii mnv, 1 uii t 1 1I i i 1 [I i Ih il of Unit m m 1 11i t t 111 jit inn i ti tmi d I d il ui* i nt I\thn_ el nu[ p th tn lili I u iti fnt ' Ih ( nu il » It til ll t 1 „t it 11[ t uni i inch li nit in I i 1 n in mhj udh ihj mip 11 mt iti in j (lie .oiiduct of a war than the Staff it jtu it tl iWu t i linj i, t i I i It I ntul i , tl \\ hill u lit in it' in tii th ii ii It i 1 ut n I I 11 In I , ' itl I i ii n fil tt i 1 i, Iti Ii inol il tti ii II t Unim it ii ,i tin ii it n 'lit i n i 1 ii ii t in i i it ill I lit ( in n I inmn 1 Iml I i I ti i ui i i 1 idin., I ii, i him n t tint t i t \\ ill this i iniiiii i in 1 | t ii„ j in„t umi hj i in t in ti ( j, Ih m 1i [i I ii tmiii i u \( I | it I I 1 l,i i it u t 1 ,iu tth ii n i tn in u 1 i lujmd nu in n j1 II I ill t ll tII l \|j„ll !> ) I) I lit! I I u 1 inn Ih in, 1n i 1 I it hi |iot ii u ichd Not i ii,' iii tth I'in iil 'sc it! ( hji ti li 1 n it j t urn I i li<v Imtt 1 i in In it if ii I in mi hi 1 ttie hi in ennm u d ith II t i c uut tlnhnc th t uh fT rt ti hi t 100 thi t wai h-ite u t hei ' These are the immutable thing- wliirh tun 1 in, 1 u ut t ermtti ee tnd 1l < i !hj i I noii mot tlnu tint I!im iih e ilit th ink b i \i it t u i, tu iirrim ' ti 1 tut t til rigini att n then ti uh an I I milieu hlii thii In b luin, the linn j 1 Ittif iot tl I im in mei hj tut mu mi t i n d Iti ate 1 pi id p t n git iter ex t t t tlnu th tneir md t mm i t the i 1 n m Ihi i I ' iu th Ulinti in 1 i th it ien \n i i i ->uld n< t i e (Ih i in i t uli in 11 1u ii lei til 1 ' Jit 1 1 mo, t m 1 \ in, ,e li il l 1 d I Urn, Hiit b I ' im n tidu tnl 1 idi ill it ill i th i pi 1 ti„ i turn of the war into month- and vear must -nell eventual ruin Iu 1 i 11 i t L t I ti 1 s n i ti i tlut I mi mi 1 1 II IS 1 tual'i 1 It 1 fl t t 111 si i id 11 tun lut in iiiiuil tin el t t I mil ti i 11 ili u u Ii n < ! i t"\ mi tn it iit di nt I im i i t i li 1 1 t I 1 pii I 1 ,td tltl s J ii i 1 ' t nli inn Iti I i imin, i i |ll nt t i n tlut til \ u iii H n tl \ milltu uit Ui 1 I 111 tin uil' U|. I ' i ii mitrht of numbers, must J ut\ i m i I li iu th it tin 1| unit n i | u tl I th hi i i uhj hiimji i.iiti r hin Mil' I ill ii m I Hiu kll 11 I! 11l ll 11 < 1 11 «-(( Il 111 J Ul 11 1 I 1) ill I I 1 tll II IIUU lilt JI | I 'lf till t\t If IU I, ' llt *V\ tf Jill 111 ' s lv „ N w |, I I ii it Inli li i ii iii i Vnui in j i Ut' n (in I i in j it I 11111111 l 111 ll o i hum | J n i u i stiimt ihj tut il , m t_i it I 1 nu i I th 's-it in n I s h I i i lii ii hit i ij i upuu ihi ' ti| I i t It ii m il ui i uli t | i ii I | ti I mi mi m I i ink i 1 \ i (ui i l in I lur 1 n h l i i th n n \hi li tin | mi iu i , t in ii i ti i| ig if t \pi 11 nt i in ii i it 1( mt it 1 i ui 1 —tn < in iii i i u>dt lu ii n n i It I I, nd will 1 I t i t I iI [ i i i pi iti tul \i tf i ' t* ii t ii ,i md lilt u , '1 lour wis; lii'ini; lines. I liev ;ir . il n i 1 | i 1 t I I th it Ih i tt ( nil t il l ' d (un 1 I do in I tilt i i j Ilu i ui not I ,un i i _ ' i nit i in tin I e il I lii i i iin ' in il d t\i \ t \ II i | i t i in has not vet i l ) I I | | il it tn / nit hj I i i u Iu in t 11 un 1 Ii 1 It tlt tl li ill I il in n i Hut nll II i ,i I i ! t I 111 i iiil I 1I • K

" A i:!:tn rti'iin! i.'iii'y luiifr in (Jet-many t Is. —. - da\s v. lib-en havny ' it linflll' ili upon vim -.\itii whal [riurimi-, fury jii! < las.-.- <•'. iL>- i-'"|iii!;tr!iiii bate Knuluii'l. ivi-daud !• i.l-nr.i n.r tin' collapse of the I leiteral ; at';'-- ejand |*,'iii Hi" eampaign. 'I" ju<l;.'f by lb. ianpia;,'.' and the headhoe,, i.i tii ■ Cm--. ;.• sn;iu L M'i' could hardly t'-ii that ( lermauv's enemies included Frame and Kussia.' Fnedand is depicted »-- ''ill' one and only fin'.' Kverybn<!;r will !i'M yn tb.it mi ' throttling Kilgland all I !"i'iii:ciy's energies are now being ln-iit. 'I lie 'Lpval settlement' is t" come with h'l- It has become an idee tixo ail .--tr.-ita. nf the nation that Filmland 'organised' the war and herself went, into it for tli'" 1 sheer ptii'fnisi' of ruining a feared and despised commercial rival. " The Finperor William miro said that (•eimauy would emerge from even ';i successful war set bark at ieast 50 years in h.L economic development. Kaiserworte are nut sunn forgotten by the (lermaii:'. When they recall the famous dictum above, quoted aini routemplat-e the. eventualities of this si niggle, they enniiot. l>e bla.med. 1 thought, tin' crazing into the. future with UVuhled eves."

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GERMANY FROM WITHIN, Evening Star, Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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GERMANY FROM WITHIN Evening Star, Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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