Flyer, "Soldaten! In dem Gefühl des Sieges . . . " From: German Emperor Wilhelm II, December 12, 1916.

Flier, 12 December 1916, "Soldaten! In dem Gefühl des Sieges . . . haben Ich und die Herrscher der treu verbündeten Staaten dem Feinde ein Friedensangebot gemacht." Text signed by German Emperor Wilhelm II (facsimile of signature), addressed to German soldiers, concerning Germany's peace offer. Mimeographed copy (?). No imprint. 1 leaf (33.6 x 20.6 cm.).  From the Finding aid prepared by Violet Lutz.

Automated translation. [Soldiers! In the sense of victory. , , I have and the rulers of the faithful allied states the enemy made an offer of peace. "]

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Main Author: William II, German Emperor, 1859-1941.
Language: German
Published: 1916
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