to ultra-militarism with all the baneful results which we have endeavoured to picture, but all the rest of the world will be forced to follow her example. The United States of North America, by German immigration, may not be able to remain neutral, but may very well be forced by the majority to join Germania against Europe or England. And when the war of 1964 breaks out, the world will be one immense Germany; Western civilisation will work its own destruction and the nonfighting peoples of Asia will illustrate the sublime truth, that the meek shall inherit the earth.
But, supposing, it may be asked, that even an oldfashioned peace, recalling the days of Vienna and Frankfurt, does not bring a return to old excesses ? We believe that even without Germany's ultimate return to ultra-militarism, the outlook is far from bright.