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" As to the German colonies, that is a matter which must be settled by the great international Peace Congress. Let me point out that our critics talk as if we had annexed lands peopled by Germans, as if we had subjected the Teutonic people to British rule.... "
The Anti-slavery Reporter and Aborigines' Friend - Page 37
1914
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Current History, Volume 6, Part 2

History - 1917
...tyranny of the Turks. The same observation applies to Armenia. As to the German colonies, that again is a matter which must be settled by the great international peace conference. When we come to settle who must be the future trustees of those uncivilized lands we must...
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The Great Crusade: Extracts from Speeches Delivered During the War

David Lloyd George - World War, 1914-1918 - 1918 - 297 pages
...by the people who were bound to protect them. The German Colonies. As to the German colonies, that is a matter which must be settled by the great international...to settle who shall be the future trustees of these uncivilised lands, you must take into account the sentiments of the people themselves, what confidence...
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Approaches to the Great Settlement

Emily Greene Balch - International law - 1918 - 351 pages
...May 16, and by Lloyd-George in his Glasgow address, where he said: " As to the German colonies, that is a matter which must be settled by the great International...talk as if we had annexed lands peopled by Germans. When you come to settle who shall be the " Whether they are anxious to secure the return of their former...
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The German Colonies: What is to Become of Them?

René Puaux - Germany - 1918 - 39 pages
...colonies. In his speech of December 20, 1917, Mr. Lloyd George said : — "As to the German colonies, that is a matter which must be settled by the great international Peace Congress . . . The wishes, the desires and the interests of those countries must be tfie dominant factor in...
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America at War: A Handbook of Patriotic Education References

Albert Bushnell Hart, James Montgomery Beck - Reference books - 1918 - 425 pages
...tyranny of the Turks. The same observation applies to Armenia. As to the German colonies, that again is a matter which must be settled by the great international peace conference. When we come to settle who must be the future trustees of those uncivilized lands we must...
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The British Empire and the German Colonies, 1914-1919

Alfred William Lever - Germany - 1963 - 760 pages
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British Parliamentary Debates on the Armenian Genocide, 1915-1918

Ara Sarafian - Armenian massacres, 1915-1923 - 2003 - 94 pages
...question of the colonies, and this is the statement which I then made. "As to the German colonies, that is a matter which must be settled by the great International...to settle who shall be the future trustees of these uncivilised lands, you must take into account the sentiments of the people themselves — what confidence...
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Pacifism and Revolution, 1916-18

Bertrand Russell, Richard A. Rempel - Literary Collections - 1995 - 630 pages
...the Prime Minister encouraged anti-war radicals when he asserted that the future of Mesopotamia and "the German colonies ... is a matter which must be settled by the great international Peace Conference" (The Times, 30 June 1917, p. 8). 295: 17 America and Lord Northcliffe As Director of the...
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