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What message did the German admiralty declaration in 4 February 1915 sent to the world?

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The message that the German Admiralty Declaration, February 4th, 1915, sent to the world was a very straightforward message. The declaration stated that all the waters around the British Isle were declared a war zone. Any ship that entered these waters would be destroyed and would sink. The Germans were warning all citizens of the world to stay far away from this area. Hope that helped.
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