Henry Kissinger quote about punishment from Diplomacy - Too punitive for conciliation, too lenient to keep Germany from recovering, the treaty of Versailles condemned the exhausted democracies to constant vigilance and to the need for permanent enforcement against an irreconcilable and revisionist Germany.
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Too punitive for conciliation, too lenient to keep Germany from recovering, the treaty of Versailles condemned the exhausted democracies to constant vigilance and to the need for permanent enforcement against an irreconcilable and revisionist Germany.
 Henry Kissinger, Diplomacy (1994). copy citation

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Author Henry Kissinger
Source Diplomacy
Topic punishment enforcement recovery
Date 1994
Language English
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