Militarism, by Karl Liebknecht.


New York, B.W. Huebsch, 1917.

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Subjects Militarism.
Militarismus.
Description xviii, 178 pages 20 cm
Copyright Date 1917.
Notes "In September, 1906, Dr. Karl Liebknecht, the author, delivered a lecture on Ḿilitarism ́at a conference of young people in Germany. The revised lecture was published in book form and the most important portions appear in the following pages."--Page i.
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Translation of Militarismus und Antimilitarismus.
Contents The nature and significance of militarism -- Origin and foundation of forms of social domination -- Some facts from the history of militarism -- Capitalistic militarism -- Preliminary remarks -- "Militarism for abroad," navalism and colonial militarism. Possibilities of war and disarmament -- The proletariat and war -- Fundamental features of "militarism for home" and its purpose -- Army systems of some foreign countries conclusions. Russia -- Means and effects of militarism -- The immediate goal -- Military pedagogy. Training soldiers semi-official and semi-military organization of the civil population -- Other ways of influencing the civilian population in a military direction -- Militarism as Machiavellism and as a political regulator -- Concerning some cardinal sins of militarism -- Maltreatment of soldiers of militarism as a repentant, yet unreformed sinner. Two dilemmas -- The costs of militarism or La douloureuse -- The army as a weapon against the proletariat in the economic struggle -- Soldiers as the competitors of free workers -- The army and strike-breaking -- The rule of the sabre and gun in strikes -- Italy -- Austria-Hungary -- Belgium -- France -- United States of America -- Canada -- Switzerland -- Norway -- Germany -- Veterans' associations and strikes -- The army as a weapon against the proletariat in the political struggle, or the rule of the cannon -- Veterans' associations in the political struggle -- Militarism, a menace to peace -- The obstacles of the proletariat revolution.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1045452
(OCoLC)ocm01045452
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WorldCat Identities Liebknecht, Karl Paul August Friedrich, 1871-1919.
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