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and one percent of this number, say 4.150.000 men will constitute the International Army whose task will be to protect Europe and to carry out the decrees of International Parliament.
This Army will have to be above all things a military organisation, which, under all circumstances, will be able to enforce the will of Europe, without the least chance of being opposed. Europe will have to remain in a position to defend herself against all possible attacks from outside.
It will absorb a maximum of those individuals who have made the army their career, and who, if all armies are to be brought back to far smaller proportions than at present, would form a class of malcontents and unemployed, and who, generally, would be a great deal in the way. They will be provided for, to start