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“On January 10 — the day after the decisive conference at Pless — Zimmermann informed Bernstorff that “American intervention for definite peace negotiations is entirely undesirable.””
“The peace negotiations carried on at Münster by the Catholic Powers, beginning in 1643, led to the neutralization of the city and its substantial benefit.”
“Soon after this Briçonnet, induced by a tempting promise of preferment for one of his sons, tried to persuade Charles to break off the peace negotiations and support with an army the Duke of”
“Himmler's reaction to the Foreign Minister's approach is not recorded, but it seems safe to assume that it amounted to nothing more than the usual placatory and evasive pat - tern which the Diadochi adopted to one another (and with which both Ribbentrop and Himmler had themselves re - plied to Guderian when he approached them that winter) 3 when the subject of "independent" peace negotiations was raised.”
“Galán was freed in January 2007 to boost the peace negotiations with the ELN in Cuba.”
“He has violated the islands of the Dodecanese, even effacing the tombstones of Greeks, He has opened a school in Parma to teach terrorism to Croats and Macedonians, He has subverted the League of Nations by infiltrating its administration, He has blocked peace negotiations between Albania and Yugoslavia, He has re-armed Germany, Belgium, and Austria, leaving His own army to fight scandalously unjustifiable wars without weapons, and yet has signed the Kellogg pact that outlawed the use of force as an instrument of foreign policy.”
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