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" I reply that your Foreign Minister ought to be equal to the task of meeting this objection without committing England to war. The temporary use of a right of way is something different from a permanent and wrongful possession of territory... "
Justice in War Time - Page 217
by Bertrand Russell - 1916 - 243 pages
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How Diplomats Make War

Francis Neilson, British statesman - Diplomacy - 1915 - 376 pages
...its armies through the Belgian Ardennes) without utterly vitiating and destroying the main purpose of English policy all over the world. " But it will...possession of territory; and surely England would be easily able to obtain from Prince Bismarck ample and adequate guarantees that, at the close of the...
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How Diplomats Make War

Francis Neilson - Diplomacy - 1915 - 382 pages
...its armies through the Belgian Ardennes) without utterly vitiating and destroying the main purpose of English policy all over the world. " But it will...possession of territory; and surely England would be easily able to obtain from Prince Bismarck ample and adequate guarantees that, at the close of the...
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