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February 4, 1917 – We have no quarrel with the American people, and do not wish to injure them. All we ask of them is that they cease to give active aid to our chief enemy.

February 4, 1917 – We have no quarrel with the American people, and do not wish to injure them. All we ask of them is that they cease to give active aid to our chief enemy.

A Foreign Office official in Berlin tells H. L. Mencken that Germany hopes to maintain peace with the United States, even as Wilson breaks off diplomatic relations.

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February 14, 2017