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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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America at War: A Handbook of Patriotic Education References

Albert Bushnell Hart - World War, 1914-1918 - 1918 - 425 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...mistaken as to the aggressive intentions of the Arabic"). October 5, 1915 Apology of the German Government for the Arabic, including the phrase : "The attack...
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America at war: a handbook of patriotic education references

National Security League - History - 1918 - 425 pages
...death of American citizens. The German Government is unable, however, to acknowledge any c/bligation to grant indemnity in the matter, even if the commander...mistaken as to the aggressive intentions of the Arabic"). October 5, 1915 Apology of the German Government for the Arabic, including the phrase : "The attack...
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The Literary Digest History of the World War: Compiled from ..., Volume 9

Francis Whiting Halsey - World War, 1914-1918 - 1919
...the loss of life on the Arabic, especially American life, but adding that the German Government was "unable to acknowledge any obligation to grant indemnity...mistaken as to the aggressive intentions of the Arabic." The disappointment and vexation which this caused were intense. The German Government apparently was...
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The Literary digest history of the world war: compiled from original and ...

Francis Whiting Halsey - World War, 1914-1918 - 1919
...the loss of life on the Arabic, especially American life, but adding that the German Government was "unable to acknowledge any obligation to grant indemnity...mistaken as to the aggressive intentions of the Arabic." The disappointment 280 and vexation which this caused were intense. The German Government apparently...
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Harper's Pictorial Library of the World War, Volume 1

Albert Bushnell Hart - World War, 1914-1918 - 1920
...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." October 5, 1915 Apology of the German government for the Arabic, including the phrase : "The attack...
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The Outlook, Volume 111

Ernest Hamlin Abbott, Lyman Abbott, Francis Rufus Bellamy, Hamilton Wright Mabie - 1915
...Government most deeply regrets that lives were lost through the action of the commander," runs the note, but is <; unable ... to acknowledge any obligation to...mistaken as to the aggressive intentions of the Arabic." But if America and Germany cannot reach " a harmonious opinion on this point," Germany would be willing...
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