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" Fourth, that all well-defined national aspirations shall be accorded the utmost satisfaction that can be accorded them without introducing new or perpetuating old elements of discord and antagonism that would be likely in time to break the peace of Europe... "
War Reprint: War Supplement to the History Teacher's Magazine - 第 36 頁
1918
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New Outlook, 第 118 卷

1918
...of the populations concerned, and not as part of any mere adjustment or compromise of claims among rival states ; and Fourth, that all well-defined national...the peace of Europe, and consequently of the world. On February 12, the morning after the speech was delivered, I was in the smoking compartment of a Pullman,...
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Journal of Education, 第 88 卷

1918
...part of any mere adjustment or compromise of claims among rival states; and (4) "That all well defined national aspirations shall be accorded the utmost...the peace of Europe and consequently of the world." President Wilson to Congress, February 11, 1918, from page 70. "War Facts for Every American," (Allen)...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, 第 17 卷

United States. President - 1917
...any mere adjustment or compromise of claims amongst rival states; and Fourth, that all well defined national aspirations shall be accorded the utmost...the peace of Europe and consequently of the world. A general peace erected upon such foundations can be discussed. Until such a peace can be secured we...
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International Conciliation

American Association for International Conciliation - 1920 - 139 頁
...laid down in President Wilson's four points before Congress, February n, 1918, and here quoted again: "The principles to be applied are these: First, that...the peace of Europe and consequently of the world." Besides, attention must be called to point 2 in the speech made by President Wilson, at Mount Vernon,...
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The American Journal of International Law

James Brown Scott, George Grafton Wilson - 1920
...and order. It is true that there was a qualification of this right in President Wilson's statement "that all well-defined national aspirations shall...the peace of Europe and consequently of the world." Unfortunately, there is room for controversy as to what constitutes ' ' well-defined national aspirations,...
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The Journal of Race Development, 第 9 卷

1919
...President Wilson's fourth fundamental principle for a lasting peace which provides "that all well defined national aspirations shall be accorded the utmost...break the peace of Europe and consequently of the world."19 " President Wilaon'.s address to Congress, February 11, 1918. THE STRUGGLE OF RACES AND SOCIAL...
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A League of Nations, 第 1 卷

World Peace Foundation - 1918
...her dependence upon Germany. TEST After all, the test of whether it is possible for either Government to go any further in this comparison of views is simple...the peace of Europe and consequently of the world. A general peace erected upon such foundations can be discussed. Until such a peace can be secured we...
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Democracy Today: An American Interpretation

Christian Gauss - 1917 - 310 頁
...any mere adjustment or compromise of claims among rival states; and. Fourth—That all well denned national aspirations shall be accorded the utmost...the peace of Europe and consequently of the world. A general peace erected on such foundations can be discussed. Until such a peace can be secured we...
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President Wilson's State Papers and Addresses

United States. President (1913-1921 : Wilson), Woodrow Wilson - 1917 - 484 頁
...any mere adjustment or compromise of claims amongst rival states; and Fourth, that all well defined national aspirations shall be accorded the utmost...the peace of Europe and consequently of the world. A general peace erected upon such foundations can be discussed. Until such a peace can be secured we...
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War Addresses of Woodrow Wilson

Arthur Roy Leonard - 1918 - 143 頁
...her dependence upon Germany. 108 After all, the test of whether it is possible for either Government to go any further in this comparison of views is simple...the peace of Europe and consequently of the world. A general peace erected upon such foundations can be discussed.4 Until such a peace can be secured...
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