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yiers and somachd s'ucess pfroves believae. Goodk-Draugh
saved my lute irl' his. When shePadi e 5 metse,
the wet' nhr itoegod ds fT efr'
peace between the Amerlean and Ger
"Geimany never had the slightest
initentien of attacking (ho United
States of America and does not have
such intent Ion now. It never desired
i war against the l'ited Stites of
.\merica and does not desire It today.
"I!ow diil thiese (hings develop?
Move than once we told I lie linited
slta. lthat we made restricted use
of the suhinarine Weapon, expecting
t hal I l'ngla nid could be inade to oh
e rvi, inl le' policy of blockade, the
laws of ilnanlity and internatioial
ar inenti . ci This blochaie poliy
I CxIpreisly llhas been call
( ' :a and ineflillable' (the im.
;wriai chanecellor here i used the JEng
ish wNords, by President Wilson and
.*5retary of State Lansi11g. O1r Cx
;etalionls, which we nalitained d1'
in l ight illotuhs, lhtae beent disap
poillied comiplitely; iPnglalld not onfly
did not ive up liher illegal and inde
en::ible policy o blockade. but un
interrulptedly intenlsifled it. I"Ingland,
tlb.a'ter with her allids, arrogantly re
jected the peace offer; Inade by Its
and our- allies, and proclaimed her
wa dit , which ainm at our aniliila
tion aid that of our allies.
"Th111nI we took unll restl leted subma
'Hue war1fare into our hands; we had
tofor or1 defelse.
"If Ihe .\ niefiean nation conside rs
tIn a cau e for which to declare var
1an tll. he ellGermal nation, with
which it has lived Ill peace lo' 11101r
.hanl I iOi, years; If this :41-llon warranis
ani in icase of bloodsheti!. Wve .hall not
hrla, to lear the respolsiblity for it.
,l[ aI na n111 alli lion wh1ich(ii feels ne1iih
or halted nor hostility' agallist the
Inl11it'A Fties of Allelea, shall also
tar :id overcomie tlis."
la)eling witi hussia, the imuperial
challcelor said that tlie lilusslan I
teror' hald not listened to the Gerian
o1111riors adviev Ito longer to oppose
file jilkld wisles of his nation for
"Ilad lussia's attention been Con
iltrated oil intierlial recognition,"
--aid the cha ncellor, thlere wouhi have
becn no roo110 for, O lest less policy
of eXpalioI which linalry let. to this
lir. \,oiln liethinanl-Iliollwe\.g VI
pha IIally denied that the (;erinan
einerr or (ininlly was desirous of
The iluperiall ,nstnir as e
flired to (erman11ily's attituide toward
tilt icet! ev',enits illu R ssia a td re
alled ill forier I lilies the honoired
Iiindslip between the two countries.
-'hmperor Nicholas had inore and
Iore drifted into lie en tenite's Wiaike
and ilto l'al-lavit ciinrcits and had
finally beconie a partisan of tile war
l1aartv. oinnipo1ent inder the Iussian
"i'llus," saih the chancellor, "in the
fateful days of July, 1911, the Rlus
sian Cliiperor decliniei to listenii to (Ihe
appeal I made by tlie German miiiperor'
of the legendary reports disseminated
wi especial eiinphasis by our cnc
inie ks In that it was the Gei'rman1 gov
einiieiiIL whiCh i assisted tle auto
eratie reactionary polIcy In llussi a
against all iitovemeints of' li'ry. One
year' ago I declar ed here' In the i'elch
stag that thIs ailssever'l ato v as5 direet
lyt coint'rr Io (he facts.
"Whiein itussia, ini 19105, by the Jap1
aniese warl anid the r'esultting r'evol u
I lon had heein inv~ol ved in dist ress, It
wlas (lie GAerman~tl emperioir who, on ae
('(111n1 of lierional rel Iations11 of frIind
iiI, larigeiitIly adiii sed (lie llussin eim..
I iror 1no loinger' to opipose (lie justIftied
wvishies of hi s nat ion f'or reform'us. Emi
leror~i Nichiola s priefeurred the rii'ioads,
in lRussia, hail at enitioni been concen
le d oin iteinal ecognitlon, thiei'e
wouild not have been roomi for the '
restless policy oif expanslon which
linially led to thIs watr and whIch has
chainged (lie old r'egimie so mitch that
no0w It Is hard even to do jti ce 0(o
naturial, humnani 111(y foi' (lie down
falIlen house of (lie irulers.
"Nobody cann te'll how things shah!
i'evelop, hut Ouri atttude towardl Rus
515an es ents Is clearly outlined. We
shiallI follow (ho piriniptle that we
neveri miedle with th(le int ernail prioh
lemns of otheri Coutiies. It now 1i1
mial iciously r'eplod tiIhat. Germniiiy
w1ants to inililltiie iiie hiardiy con-.I
ttuered(1( fr'edloin of thle Risrlhin na
lion and that the Germn.in emiperorl
aant ito r0ue-cst abh li the iii I or (the
aroverI is cilava'ld81 subjeeIs. AllI
.hlt: i a C Mei'c!y lii and h1idler, as
l'aicnt lts; home 'is only th' hilisines
'e Russliin1 mt ion andt we shbalI
*eddie with1 It. Th'e onily tiing
'e hiope'h b hat iIn lRussia foiin
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dations may develop that will make
her the strong and firm bulwark of
With reference to Chinese relations,
the chancellor said:
"Our relations with China had al
ways been1 of the most friendly nature
and if these relations have actually
been terminated by the Chinese gov
ernment, I need not tell you this Is
not by (lie free resolve of the Chinese
over men I, but that it has acted nll
der pressure ofr en1.emi611es.
"Financial dtitleult'les whIleh could
not be mastered during (te war by
Ci ia also played a fair part il it.
Our enemies' aim 'also I- to destroy.
Our' trade in 1,tna and to appropriate
without labor what has been estal)
lished licre diniig many year:, by
Germa11n ellieien.v and Germn i i indits
"'he result o tie war---as I conil
dently lope-will give us tihle oppor
timtty to rehuiild what has been de
stroyed an11d to rebuild it at the ex
pense or our11 enemies. h'len our
friendly relat Ions With CIiaim will re
vive, provided that China will pre
serve until then tle necessary force of
resistaice agalist the greed an1d ego
lisim of her present -protectors."
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.M1ElHCA NS TO BE'.
lIL1 IN 11lI rIUMI
lieport thatl Th'ey i~l lnot he .fllowed
to Leave for Tiree Months ---Ameri
(-Jan .egllten 4 is aid to be Guarded
by Germanl P'ollee.
'I"'ndon, .\archi ?9.--An ExMhange
Telegiapl dispatel I'rom Amisterldali
"Frontier correspondents here fromn
lirussels that the Ameriean legat is
completely Isolate( and under a guardt1A
tf 1police. It is r-umInored that
he Germans colteimliplate taking th1e
iiinister (lrand Whitlock ) and Ills
staf'f to Gerianly.
"'T'lie Americans in llrussels have
been notilled that they cannot leave
Belgimi before thre-e mionths at (4e
Thie dixspatch adds that tle corres
[)ondents have learned that the German
autilorities in lelglui have Warned
tie relief colmilIission that they will
not allow its food barges to be firtlier
ian Tounmal, but tOhat barges for- ,11e
Inay travel at their own risk.
It is said the warning was given in
view of the military reqilreiients,
whilh may Compel the Germans to
evacuate m1ote of northern lrneltc ter
Washilngton, March 29.'---Subjection
of Americans of the Belgium r-elief
commiiission to a "news qjuar'antinie"
pior to thir dlepar-turte fr'im behind
the German lines was explained at the
state dlepartmient today as a piroper
course agreedl up1on when the relief
workers were invited to rem~iain in
R epor'ts that 11rand Whiitlock, in is..x
(er to lhelgiumi and other diplomatic
offIeers also would be dletatined were
not creted.t~~ as assuriances have been
received to the contrary. The deipar't
ment issuedl this statement:
"There apipear-s to be some misap
priehenlsionl as to tile delay in thie wvith
dIrawal of Americans, members of thle
commission for r'elief in lBelgium.
Shortly after (lie bireak in relations
with Germany negotiations were in
stituited with a view to providitng for
the continuation of the relief work.
The German authorotities In Belgium in
vited (lie Ameriean members to remain
and gave wr-itten assurances that they
might leave whenever' they dlesir'ed to
give up the work. in view of (lie fact
that these mien areo in the fighting
zonie, however, it was stipulated that
they should, up1onl relinquishinag thir
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