Origin of militarism
OTHER WORDS FROM militarisman·ti·mil·i·ta·rism, nounpro·mil·i·ta·rism, adjective
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How to use militarism in a sentence
What most liberals are passionate about is one thing: opposition to U.S. militarism.
Was the ‘Great War’ a necessary fight against German militarism, or was it completely avoidable?
Prussian militarism was unlovely, to be sure, but the Kaiser was no Führer.
But most recent histories depict it as a necessary fight against German militarism.
Even more important, we need to pay attention to the emergence of militarism among some military officers.
Militarism did not crush them with its weight of lead and steel and its terrible waste of productive energy.The Scandinavian Element in the United States|Kendric Charles Babcock
Militarism in the sense of courage, patriotism, discipline, and devotion to duty is a splendid thing.
Moreover, Germany as the home of militarism offers a wide field for Jewish speculation.
We went to war against German militarism, and to make the world safe for democracy—meaning thereby capitalist commercialism.
"German militarism," the reply that springs to the lips, is no more a threat to civilisation than French or Russian militarism.The Crime Against Europe|Roger Casement