Germany-and in a sentence

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This word he had directed Lansing to give to the Swiss minister for Germany-and to notify Germany also that Foch would talk the terms of armistice. ...
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The King of France has marched his armies into Germany-and disunion to Germans is defeat and ruin.
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The boys, too, had been for two years at school in England-as well as for two years in Germany-and they spoke the three languages with equal fluency.
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All that I want is for the Kennedy-Jones of the movement to lift Art from her pedestal for a few days only-in the interests of the Allies and to the lasting detriment of Germany-and then replace her.
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They were about to go forth together into the world-probably to make their way to Germany-and Garret had had some thought that Dalaber might possibly accompany them on their journey.
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Examples of Germany-and

Example #1
He is certainly in splendid humor and in good trim-not worried a bit.
Example #2
He said that the terms had been agreed upon, but he did not say what they were-further than to say that the Council at Versailles had agreed to his fourteen points, with two reservations:-(1) as to the meaning of the freedom of the seas, (2) as to the meaning of the restoration of Belgium and France.
Example #3
But he is deeply wounded at the indifference manifested by the Diet to the dearest interests of Germany, and he implores you, as you value your nationality and liberty, to lay aside your petty dissensions, and to unite with him in defence of your fatherland.
Example #4
This prelude appeared to cause considerable emotion.
Example #5
A prettier abode than that of Captain Barclay would be difficult to find.
Example #6
It had always been Captain Barclay's intention to return to England, when the time came for the boys to enter into some business or profession; and he had kept up his English connection by several visits there, of some months' duration, with his whole family.