Money of course. And for what? To explain this can not be done without a small historical digression. Napoleon I took away his sovereignty from a number of German princes. For this, in the year 1815, she compensated the King of Prussia by lending them a kind of half-sovereignty, the "sovereignty of the nobility". >> read more

Today, three things are needed to wage war: poison gas, dynamite for the explosive projectiles, and oil for the operation of ship and aircraft engines. In Germany, these three means of warfare are produced in the factories and laboratories of Chemietrustes, I.-G. Paint industry A.-G. >> read more

It is precisely the militarists and the violent politicians who are leading the fight against Versailles, and that is because the principles that they recognize themselves have now turned against their own country and not against a foreign one. >> read more