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GERMAN PEACE TERMS

extraordinary claims. Tlerr Ik.rnhure;. llm Kai.-er'.- linaman! ir- -\menea. has K-i mi.lat- :) (!(■<■- niany's i ondii mus "f [x"--i'.-:-. Tin"- conditions; file : ■■ ■ I. f JiM'll • :,.n V V.-ii: Hot consider it- vise in take amy Eut ■> | j <"■: l? t territory, but will malm uinmr < <rr<H-S of front '<■!•- ;'■■'• military purposes by o. i;:111;.'i i- _: siT'ii frontier ierriturv as !ms proven .1 weak .-pot i,i tii- Oerniau armor.' !l. P.ek.'ini.i ln-h>:v_'.- to ill-.' Ikcnuan Empire. Si:- eouimarak tin- mouth iif tin- !>'.':.'■■.■;! Oerman stream: Anlvero i; es ; ouit:,oiv a- t ii-ii'i;". port. That Alll - vi-v|i should, ui.it l)('ln!!'.r t'i Uerina.ny is as much an anomaly as it New Oilcans and tlie Mississippi del I a had iiff'ii excluded from "Louisiana, or as it' New York had remained Enc.li.sh after the War of Independence. .Mnri>)r,'-i. ReL'inm'.s pi-von; plight was he- own fault. She had 'lkmhiw the vassal of England and .France. Therefor". w!:i'e " probably " im attempt would lie made to place Belgium within the (let-man empire alongside Bavaria. Wurbem.kurg, and Sncony. keca'a-e. nf her man firrm.art population," she will he iuem potato,-! in km Oerrnan f'usioms Ikiioti aft't' the Luxembura pal tern. 11!. Belgian mmira'iiy. h:ivi)i<* been, ptnvcd an impossibility. mm.i. he abolished. Theodore the barbers of .Bcejium must be !-' i ttn-il for ail (ipif against BrTsh o'' Vn-m hj invasion. >."o;th ...-.a. a mare bheium must be established. Eni'land's. theorv that I'm- sea is her hnumlary. 'ami all ike cm her lerrilory (iiivai lo tl'io three.unie limit of other Powers, cannot he ioh no! ad. Ooiiseriilfilllv ila.- Okulir.al 1 oast s. of kiiela-mk Holland, liakdani, and Fiance must, hj: neuirabsed ran in times of nai', and the American and 1 k>anen do,a rinc that pviv.itc |ii;i|H'i'',v on (in- iii-di ■=•< a-; siaatk) ciij(,v Iha -an.<- fn-yknn -if sraon<> as ptivato pr'op.attv doas on laini nnist In' 'aauanti't'il liv ail nations 'lkif. vajakkM., [i-aa- Domikin- ;i(voiii|>ani"S liv an app";i! to \)y Ut.itcd ktatos duiy to n0!... ami l'.ntain i«v makiru; cimrnoraial war iip.'Mi (kaanany. V. Alf.-'aklfs mast kc tnaiUaksod. VI. All •'.-aviiiany's aolonias tiva to ho )•■•- tmimd. fik.-iii-atiy, in v.aw of hit (-.opukitirm. inns(.'::ft r-xi aa- t-on'itory aapakla <if popnlati'in ky wlktas. Tlio "Monro.' l>oiitina pits 'ii>r fiom .\moriaa. ikarai'oivsk.a must take Moiorcn, "if it is raally fit for tlv:'. piutposa." TIT. A fiv.' hand nuifii bo to CU-r----ii'ativ in .k" dm'clojmionf, of hfr rnmma'rcial'and industrial relations, with 'IV.i-kcy "wiihont outsiiki iiitrrfi-i'mica." This w'/iilil Di'.'fii: n iTaogniFfd "sphpri- of (lorman irdkoaiiaa. from (Ik: Persian -Onlf to r.li-.. Datdamdk's. VIII. Thoro rntisl. ko no fnrfkar ilavak.pricnt of Japaiip-o infliKTico in Manakmia. IX. All small .nations, such as Finland. Poland, and tkc T<oars in *oittk. Africa, if tkov support Ciervnany, noisfc iiavo ilia riyii! to fra.nip ilioiv own <k'?tinias, while Kfjypt is to lir rot-urnc']. if site it. to Tur'Tit'.'so comliticiiis, TTmr Parnkur;.' conakidas. yaouki '•fulfil tkc peaceful aims which Germany has kad for tko lasi •]-'! years." T'ncy siiow. in his opinion, iliat. Ocrmany ka« no wish for woi-ld <louiinioi: or for any pr»-dominantr- in Kuropa inconi-niensur-ate. with tim Tii'iiis of tno 722 million (knniaiis an<i Anstrians.

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GERMAN PEACE TERMS, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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GERMAN PEACE TERMS Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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