“Bryan to the Germans” (23 June 1915)

This was an appeal from William Jennings Bryan to the German-Americans to maintain the peace between the United States of America and Germany by persuading the German government not to take any steps which could lead to war. He emphasized that one could not compare the relationship and conversations between the United States and Germany and the United States and Great Britain. Both countries would judge the current President Wilson unfairly.

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(„Bryan an die Deutschen“, Berliner Journal, 23 June 1915)