Aircraft of World War I by Kenneth G. Munson

By Kenneth G. Munson

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Sunk. In view of the many women and children . . ” To maintain postal connections he sent the young adjunct . . , Dr. Dietrich, to . . the Belgian Congo. After incarceration by the Belgians and subsequent release, this individual informed us that we were also at war with Belgium. . The Belgians, who found themselves among us, were completely free; they were granted permission to leave immediately with all the other enemy aliens and neutrals and even received a compensation of 8 Rupees (or approximately ten Marks).

That a mentality like hers, capable of subjecting an entire nation, with a view to aggression and conquest, is opposed to modern ideas of liberty, human fraternity and moral progress. 3. That the triumph of a nation which proclaims military necessity as a sufficient reason for violating treaties . . in which their essential liberties are denied to nations, would be the greatest peril that could be encountered by modern democracies and all those principles upon which American independence was established.

The German Jew, like the French [Jew], did not for the moment think of himself as a Jew first, but rather as a member of his country. As he had enjoyed the blessings of culture, the kindness of his country in times of peace, in times of war he will stand by his countrymen, fight and suffer for his Fatherland. We Jews do not demand any special privileges for ourselves, no compensation for our splendid sacrifice of wealth and possessions, for the willingness with which we are ready to lay down our lives.

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