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fields for study, the Premier went on:

“But be that as it may, Germany has acted in such a way as to destroy the feeling of mutual confidence in Europe. It has broken up the road to peace and has beset it with terrors. It claims a measure of armed power which puts most of the nations of Europe at its mercy. Every reflecting and every reasonable German must see the force of the point I am making. He must know in his heart that Berlin is not enough—that, in fact, it has upset very much more than it has pacified.

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“Germany is arming, it alleges, to satisfy its honor and self-respect, and makes the further allegation that the scale of its armaments is only enough to make itself secure. Leaving the honor argument out of account for the moment, how can it profess to be blind to the effect which its colossal armaments must have on the sense of security of other nations? ‘You must trust me,’ it replies. ‘I assure you I have no designs upon you.’ It asks other nations to accept a verbal pledge of pacific intention which it itself would not accept from its neighbors. Other nations will not be pacified by such an assurance and can show ample justification for their refusal.

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