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German Ambassador Count Johann von Bernstorff: letter to Robert Lansing, U.S. Secretary of State (January 31, 1917)

This is a response from The German Ambassador to the Secretary of State regarding President Wilson’s stance on unrestricted submarine warfare

“The German people also repudiate all alliances which serve to force the countries into a competition for might and to involve them in a net of selfish intrigues.  On the other hand, Germany will gladly cooperate in all efforts to prevent future wars.”

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