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Some fourteen years prior to the outbreak of World War I was this small piece from THE LITERARY DIGEST declaring that the thirst for military glory was woven into the very fiber of the French Republic:

"Not within the memory of living men has France been the mistress of continental Europe; yet the memory of her military glory is still vivid among her people, and the expressions of many of her writers show that she has not given up her proud preeminence."
"Revenge for Sedan is a sentiment necessary to our national existence."

Click here to read a 1912 article about the expansion of the Imperial German Navy.


The Need for French Military Glory (Literary Digest, 1900)

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