Universal Peace and the School (Document I), item 16

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[Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


15/

would this help the German people?

How would it enrich the

German workman? The territory

of England would still belong to its

English inhabitants. They

would engage in their customary

vocations, they would afford

the same market for German

exports, and Germany

would buy the same products

of English manufactures. There

was a time, in the age of conquest

when the possession of new territo-

ry benefited the conqueror in

slaves, in loot, and in the

division of soil among the

leaders, but that day is long


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[Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


15/

would this help the German people?

How would it enrich the

German workman? The territory

of England would still belong to its

English inhabitants. They

would engage in their customary

vocations, they would afford

the same market for German

exports, and Germany

would buy the same products

of English manufactures. There

was a time, in the age of conquest

when the possession of new territo-

ry benefited the conqueror in

slaves, in loot, and in the

division of soil among the

leaders, but that day is long



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  • October 30, 2017 16:06:04 Thomas A. Lingner

    [Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


    15/

    would this help the German people?

    How would it enrich the

    German workman? The territory

    of England would still belong to its

    English inhabitants. They

    would engage in their customary

    vocations, they would afford

    the same market for German

    exports, and Germany

    would buy the same products

    of English manufactures. There

    was a time, in the age of conquest

    when the possession of new territo-

    ry benefited the conqueror in

    slaves, in loot, and in the

    division of soil among the

    leaders, but that day is long


  • July 10, 2017 17:58:04 Annick Rodriguez

    [Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


    15/

    would this help the German people?

    How would it enrich the

    German workman? The territory

    of England would still belong to its

    English inhabitants. They

    would engage in their customary

    vocations they would afford

    the same market for German

     exports with and Germany

    would buy the same products

    of English manufactures- There

    was a tie in the age of conquest

    when the possession of new territo-

    ry benefited the conqueror in

    slaves in loot, and in the

    division of soil among the

    leaders, but that day is long



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  • 43.58190860000001||-84.7756364||

    Michigan, USA

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  • Story location Michigan, USA


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19507 / 219963
Source
http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
Contributor
Hope Elizabeth May
License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/


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