Rumania and the War

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R. G. Badger, 1919 - Romania - 122 pages

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Page 117 - We cannot and will not return to that. What is at stake now is the peace of the world. What we are striving for is a new international order based upon broad and universal principles of right and justice — no mere peace of shreds and patches.
Page 117 - Selfdetermination" is not a mere phrase. It is an imperative principle of action, which statesmen will henceforth ignore at their peril.
Page 116 - So flagrant was the situation that in a conversation which took place earlier in the war between the Austrian Minister at Bucharest, Count Czernin, and M.
Page 120 - Blaj, and each and all of them took the oath "to defend our Rumanian language and rights, defend liberty, equality and fraternity; in accordance with those principles to respect the nationalities of all the inhabitants of Transylvania, claiming from them equal respect for my own nationality. I will not attempt to oppress anybody, but neither will I suffer the oppression of anybody.
Page 29 - Half of the country was in the hands of the enemy, and the first part of the war was lost.
Page 73 - She is the first to get up at three o'clock in the morning to light the...
Page 62 - Republic, it is to our interest to be on the most friendly terms.
Page 37 - They hoped from day to day that they would come to their senses, and would start again the fight for honor and liberty.

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