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" The German Government most deeply regrets that lives were lost through the action of the commander. It particularly expresses this regret to the Government of the United States on account of the death of American citizens. The German Government is unable,... "
The World's Work - Page 623
by Walter Hines Page, Arthur Wilson Page - 1915
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The American Year Book, Volume 1915

Simon Newton Dexter North, Francis Graham Wickware, Albert Bushnell Hart - Statistics - 1916
...United States on account of the death of American citizens. The German Government is unable, however, to acknowledge any obligation to grant indemnity in...the matter, even if the commander should have been mistnken as to the aggressive intentions of the Arabic. If It should prove to be the case that It is...
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The American Year Book, Volume 1915

Simon Newton Dexter North, Francis Graham Wickware, Albert Bushnell Hart - Statistics - 1916
...United States on account of the death of American citizens. The German Government Is unable, however, to acknowledge any obligation to grant indemnity In...mistaken as to the aggressive intentions of the Arabic. It It should prove to be the case that it is impossible for the German and the American Government...
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The Story of the Submarine

Farnham Bishop - Submarines (Ships) - 1916 - 211 pages
...were sunk without provocation, Germany would not be responsible. " The German government," it ran, " is unable to acknowledge any obligation to grant indemnity...commander should have been mistaken as to the aggressive intention of the Arabic. " If it should prove to be the case that it is impossible for the German and...
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The war from this side: editorials from the North American, Philadelphia ...

History - 1916
...While expressing regret for the killing of non-combatants, Germany made plain that she was "unable to grant indemnity in the matter, even if the commander...mistaken as to the aggressive intentions of the Arabic." T. After a month of negotiations, Ambassador Bernstorff on October 5 gave notice that more stringent...
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The Story of the Submarine

Farnham Bishop - Submarines (Ships) - 1916 - 211 pages
...were sunk without "provocation, Germany would not be responsible. " The German government," it ran, " is unable to acknowledge any obligation to grant indemnity in the matter, even if the commander should have beer, mistaken as to the aggressive intention of the Arabic. " If it should prove to be the case that...
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The problems of neutrality when the world is at war: A history of our ...

Simeon Davidson Fess - Germany - 1917 - 431 pages
...United States on account of the death of American citizens. The German Government is unable, however, to acknowledge any obligation to grant indemnity in...the case that it is impossible for the German and the American Governments to reach a harmonious opinion on this point, the German Government would be...
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Outline of the Course on Issues of the War for the Student ..., Issue 1, Part 2

Columbia University - History - 1918
...United States on account of the death of American citizens. The German Government is unable, however, to acknowledge any obligation to grant indemnity in...the case that it is impossible for the German and the American Government to reach a harmonious opinion on this point, the German Government would be...
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The United States in the world war, Volume 1

John Bach McMaster - World War, 1914-1918 - 1918 - 485 pages
...under the Declaration of London. In its note on the Arabic the German Government had declared itself unable "to acknowledge any obligation to grant indemnity...mistaken as to the aggressive intentions of the Arabic." From this position the Imperial Government now retreated ami on October 5, Count von Bernstorff informed...
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The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge, Volume 2

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1918
...nor stopped." While regretting that lives had been lost, the German government was "unable, however, to acknowledge any obligation to grant indemnity in...mistaken as to the aggressive intentions of the Arabic.* Against this presentation of the case must be placed the statement of Captain Finch of the Arabic:...
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