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" ... heaping corpse upon corpse and ruin upon ruin ? He is free to assume this responsibility in the face of the world and of history. If it is a challenge we accept it. We will not cede either an inch of our territory or a stone of our fortresses. "
A Popular History of France from the First Revolution to the Present Time ... - Page 544
by Henri Martin - 1882
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 112

Edmund Burke - History - 1871
...in forgetfulness of humanity, reason, and science, heaping corpse upon corpse and ruin upon ruin ? He is free to assume this responsibility in the face...inch of our territory or a stone of our fortresses. A shameful peace would mean a war of extermination at an early date. We will only treat for a durable...
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John Cassell's illustrated history of England. The text, to the reign of ...

Cassell, ltd - 1865
...if Prussia was so ill advised as to continue the war, the new Government would accept the challenge. "We will not cede either an inch of our territory or a stone of our fortresses." Bismark, upon receiving a copy of Jules Favre's circular, dispatched a counter manifesto to the Prussian...
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The Franco-Prussian War: Its Causes, Incidents, and Consequences, Volume 2

Sir Henry Montague Hozier, William Henry Davenport Adams - Franco-Prussian War, 1870-1871 - 1872
...in forgetfulness of humanity, reason, and science, heaping corpse upon corpse, and ruin upon ruin. He is free to assume this responsibility in the face...inch of our territory or a stone of our fortresses. A shameful peace would mean a war of extermination at an early date. We will only treat for a durable...
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Cassell's history of the war between France and Germany, 1870-1871, Volume 1

Edmund Ollier - 1871
...in forgetfulness of humanity, reason, and science, heaping corpse upon corpse and ruin upon ruin ? He is free to assume this responsibility in the face...inch of our territory or a stone of our fortresses. A shameful peace would mean a war of extermination at an early date. We will only treat for a durable...
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The Annual Register, Volume 112

Edmund Burke - History - 1871
...in forgetfulness of humanity, reason, and science, heaping corpse upon corpse and ruin upon ruin ? He is free to assume this responsibility in the face...inch of our territory or a stone of our fortresses. A shameful peace would mean a war of extermination at an early date. We will only treat for a durable...
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Letters on International Relations Before and During the War of 1870, Volume 2

Karl Abel - Europe - 1871
...and, forgetful of humanity, reason, and culture, heaping corpse upon corpse and ruin upon .ruin ? lie is free to assume this responsibility in the face...inch of our territory or a stone of our fortresses. A disgraceful peace would mean a war of extermination at an early date. We will only treat for a durable...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ...

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1871
...ruins and corpses ! He may take his choice. Let him assume this responsibility to the world and to history. If it is a challenge, we accept it. We will not yield an inch of our territory, nor a stone of our fortresses. A disgraceful peace would soon be followed...
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Historical diary of the war between France and Germany, 1870-1

Henry Allnutt - 1872
...in forget fulness of humanity, reason, and science, heaping corpse upon corpse and ruin upon ruin ? He is free to assume this responsibility in the face...history. If it is a challenge, we accept it. We will not wde tither an inch ,of our territory or a stone -of our fortrssses" 8th.. It was reported that...
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Biography: Or, Third Division of "The English Encyclopedia"

Charles Knight - Biography - 1872
...which, whilst expressing a desire for an honourable peace, he declared the intention of France, not to " cede either an inch of our territory, or a stone of our fortresses ; " and in which he sought to separate the action of France from that of the Imperial policy. In a...
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