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It had no reason to fear the It could depletion of its resources. look forward to a long participation in the struggle with the security that It capacity to act with effect would its For a time the strain on the Western Powers might be increased as German and Austrian troops were grow. States Even balance. disaster should over- French, America would and Italian continue to apply a severe form of pressure to the two great niih'tary monarchies. States of America could bring into action forces immediately and ultimately available such as Russia could never have su|iplied.
He was killed (December 29, 1916) at a supper in the Yusupor Palace in Petrograd officers. The by a party mainly of was and rage Tsaritsa over- the illness and constitutional delicacy whelmed with Rasputin was summoned of her son. to cure some minor but troublesome affection, and was able to do so by what probably amounted to a form ol death of the 'Tioly man"; the Tsar was made to share her indignation, and the whole political world was They took threatened with reprisals. stringency of increased of an form the in a stiffenreactionarv measures, and Henceforward his career hypnotism.
But the whole was illuminated by his guiding principle, that the ultimate goal of the Allies must be " an association of nations affording guarantees of political and territorial independence for all States". From the clay on which the United States took the final step to active became a Powers triyuino- to briny participation in the war, had served peremptory necessity for the to it rather than to produce the final breach concerned to co-ordinate their of peaceful relations. The development Though America was driven to take part in the war by attacks on the lives and property of its citizens, it aimed at far more than repelling insult and It became a belligerent with injury.