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Militarism and Anti-Militarism


by Karl Liebknecht

Socialists Karl Liebknecht and Lededur(?) struggle to restrain Imperial Germany from getting its slice of the world - Togo, Cameroon, East Africa, Southwest Africa - that other world powers carve up. France, Italy, the United States and Britain dig in.
Text:
Die Sozialdemokratie gegen Weltpolitik
gegen Kolonien, gegen Heer und Flotte!
Die Welt Verteilung
Social democracy against world politics
against colonies, against the army and navy!
The world distribution
Reverse:
The center is a true people's party! pushing no interest politics! fights for throne and altar!
Map 2
Germany has passed on the expansion of its economic territory, which means that Germany can abdicate its responsibility as a policy-making country, but also restrain itself economically, thereby putting the situation of the working population at risk. Therefore "comrade" Calwer rightly says: "Commercial stagnation (halt) can not improving the condition of the workers." Nevertheless social democracy shamelessly invites the direct betrayal of the Fatherland, threatening mass strikes and revolution, failing which Germany would be forced to defend his rights and honor with the weapon. The Center stands solidly for a global and colonial policy, so that Germany can have land opened up for its surplus population, and gain new markets and sources of supply for trade and industry.
So vote for each of the Center's candidates and attend to his words.
Das Zentrum ist eine wahre Volkspartei! betreibt keine Interessenpolitik! kämpft für Thron und Altar
Karte 2
Verzichtet Deutschland auf die Erweiterung seines Wirtschaftsgebietes, so heißt dies: Deutschland  kann nicht nur als politisch maßgebendes Land abdanken, sondern es geht auch wirtschaftlich zurück, und damit ist gleichzeitig die Lage der Arbeiter-Bevölkerung bedroht. "Genosse" Calwer sagt daher richtig: "Gewerbliche Stagnation (Stillstand) läßt keine Hebung der Lage der Arbeiter zu". Trotzdem for

Socialists Karl Liebknecht and Lededur(?) struggle to restrain Imperial Germany from getting its slice of the world - Togo, Cameroon, East Africa, Southwest Africa - that other world powers carve up. France, Italy, the United States and Britain dig in.

Militarism and Anti-Militarism by Karl Liebknecht with a New Introduction by Philip S. Foner

Publisher: Dover Publications, Inc., 1972

Copyright: 1972 by Dover Publications, Inc.