German navy to drink a toast, To the day. Many people have hugged to themselves with glee the secret information that the officers were drinking to the day when war should be declared against England, but few indeed seem to have realized the splendor of the vision now before German eyes, or the ideas of the international situation which makes victory seem so near as to send German blood coursing swiftly in the anticipation of triumph. The Germans aim at nothing less than the domination of Europe and of the world by the Germanic race.1 One of the fundamental 1T o Germany, a fleet is merely a means to an end, and that end if the Pan-G ermans may be believed is the destruction of the British Empire, the disruption of the French Republic, and the domination of the world. Archibald Kurd in the Fortnightly Review, xci, New Series, 785. A ny one who will compare this article with the official Memorandum of the Admiralty prepared for the Dominion of Canada will have little doubt that it was inspired.
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