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German anti-socialist author S. Miles Bouton (pictured above) had some choice words concerning the Treaty of Versailles, insisting, quite correctly, that it would simply lead to another war:

"Such a treaty could not bring real peace to the world even if the conditions were less critical and complex. As they are, it will hasten and aggravate what the world will soon discover to be the most serious, vital, and revolutionary consequences of the war."

On the right is an excerpt from THE NATION's 1922 review of Bouton's book, which is available at
And The Kaiser Abdicates: The German Revolution, November, 1918.

Another article about the post-war mood in Germany can be read here...


One German's Opinion (The Nation, 1922)

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