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AND THE OUTBREAK OF WAR. 123
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E APPENDIX.
1 The treatment of these matters in the Chan-
f cel1or’s speech of November last is just on
` the same lines as that of Glaukos. It is,
E however, worth noting as illustrating his curious
i faculty of inaccuraey and mis-statement. just
like Glaukos, he tries to show that Russia
mobilised knowing that a peacetul solution I
i was imminent, because she knew of Austrian A
compliance (N achgiebigkeii) ; but, unlike Glau-
kos, who at least is able to make what appears
at first sight a plausible case, he exaggerates {
the point in such a way as to make it ob- E
` viously false. Glaukos aims at showing that
A when Russia mobilised, she was " noch unter
dem Eimlmck szfmrrer öszfewaichischer Ur/mach-
giebigkeit " (under the iïmgbwzssious of unbending
Austrian obstinacy). The Chancellor alters this i
1 and states that she mobilised, although she
was confronted with the fact of Austrian A
A compliance (der Taásacha ósztewedchischer N ach-
giebigkait). Now this introduction of the A