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a separate peace


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  • While Dr. Langbehn had been exploring possibilities of a separate peace in Berne, Army Group South was slowly disintegrating under a sequence of hammer blows that alternated along the length of its front.


  • In the Great War (he would argue) the German General Staff, directing its country's strategy for four years without hindrance, had made one error of judgment after another: it pressed the introduction of unrestricted submarine warfare, thereby hastening the entry of the United States into the war; it cast away any hope of a separate peace with Tsarist Russia after Galicia-Tarnow by its insistence on the establishment of a kingdom of Poland; then achieved the same result in 1917, when its annexationist attitude to France and Belgium ruined the chance of the Papal peace proposals being carried further.



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  • I remember it was *a thing* to have upperclassmen spoil the ending sophomores studying this in class.

    January 20, 2012