Vansittartism

Vansittartism

[van-sit-er-tiz-uhm]
noun
a doctrine holding that the militaristic and aggressive policies of German leaders since the time of the Franco-Prussian war have had the support of the German people and that Germany should undergo a program of demilitarization and corrective education to prevent similar action in the future.

Origin:
Vansittart + -ism

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