BERLIN WEEKLY POLITICS SECTION week 40, 1914 written by Mmm...Donuts This week's headlines are made involving the Danish! After Hindenburg advanced his glorious armies at Alborg, the Danish offered a peace treaty. Wanting more from the Danes, the Kaiser demanded that the Danish give 45 tons of gold and another 5 per turn. The Danish, regretably, accepted. All Danish things that were captured by the Germans were destroyed, all captured soldiers were executed, but the country's civilians were spared. a captured Danish ship is destroyed-with its crew on it. All people still pledging allegiance to the Danes have been executed. After this, the army has shifted away from Jutland. Hindenburg's armies have been relocated to the Balkans. The German High Seas Fleet in Jutland has been sent to the English Channel for duty in attacking France. With these new troops from Jutland ready for service elsewhere, our government is confident we can win over Serbia and the French and English navies. And also the Albanians and Italians have signed an alliance against the Danish, and the Bulgarians and Belgians have signed a peace treaty. Only time will tell the outcome of this crazy war, I'm mmm...donuts writing.