It was just such a combination as was predicated by Bernhardi.
No one quarrels with Bernhardi in his discussions of the problems of war as such.
What are the teachings of history to which Gen. Bernhardi is fond of appealing?
Bernhardi believes in the morality, one might almost say in the sanctity, of war.
Hence Bernhardi writes: 'the maintenance of peace never can or may be the goal of a policy'.
They were inflamed by Bernhardi; but they did not understand him.
Treitschke is the prophet of tribalism, Nietzsche of ruthlessness, Bernhardi of ambition.
Again, Bernhardi makes play with the proviso rebus sic stantibus; and this, curiously enough, he does in reference to Belgium.
The cartoon bears the quotation from Bernhardi "War is as divine as eating and drinking."
Bernhardi: “War is as divine as eating and drinking”Satan: “Here is a partner for me”