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Polish Babies.

Polish Babies.

They tramped for weary miles by night, they camped in the woods, or at the side of the roads, getting food as best they could. If some rare train was available the people were packed upright, and often waited days in sidings. Journeys of horror—no privacy —disease—death. On the
July 6, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
"Since the Decembrists of 1825, who can enumerate the dreamers, idealists and visionaries that have gone to the Russian mines,

"Since the Decembrists of 1825, who can enumerate the dreamers, idealists and visionaries that have gone to the Russian mines,

the prisons and time scaffolds of tyranny ? Who can call that roll of honour ? Thy very names of those visionary men who toiled and suffered for a deliverance that they would never see, have passed into the oubliettes of time."-- The Nation In""." The Wrestlers " Theodora Wilson
July 6, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
WE PRINT

WE PRINT

THE KIND OF PRINTING THAT MAKES :tIIIIBER 41. la We to longe 'it any more to tke of peat Pe ace I leau th e gives its I These words si "Fathe r the h /torld hath hated th of th e world; ne Nil believ e on Me A] the 13th t<ators now This morning I %ti Wunder the hile. Then th Por
November 9, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
SAVE THE CHILDREN. ( New Leaflet. No. 4.) Very valuable for women's meetings. On one side Jesus blessing the children.

SAVE THE CHILDREN. ( New Leaflet. No. 4.) Very valuable for women's meetings. On one side Jesus blessing the children.

On the other facts concerning war-murdered children in many lands. Price, 1/9 per 100. 7 / 6 per 500. 13/6 per 1000 carriage paid.
November 9, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
Three times the, Food-Value co meat gi Most appetising in flavour and magically easy to prepare. MAPLETON ' S 49

Three times the, Food-Value co meat gi Most appetising in flavour and magically easy to prepare. MAPLETON ' S 49

R . l TT is a boon to the busy and thrifty housewife , 4P It is a perfect substitute for the breakfast i# bacon or sausage, and can be made into Et fritters. etc., in a few minutes. transforms left-over scraps of food into a savoury, nourishing meal in no time. SOLD BY GROCERS E
November 9, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
ALL FREEDOMS.

ALL FREEDOMS.

The object of war is to eliminate the foe, the object of peace is to grow strong by Him. • And this all the great men of peace know—the rivals in science and art, in moral passion, in individual and social ideas." Freedom for you," they say, " that I may be free; and freedom for
July 27, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
American Loans to the Allies.

American Loans to the Allies.

i s The quickest method of supporting the Allies h °Y financial facilities. That the Americans th4ve quite realised this, is proved by the fact an additional L:20,000,000 has been loaned F rance,Z making the total lent to that country r. i 0 00,000. The total sum loaned to all t
July 27, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
Wear the Badge— " In Christ's Name, Peace."

Wear the Badge— " In Christ's Name, Peace."

August 10, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
PEACE BY NEGOTIATION.

PEACE BY NEGOTIATION.

Rev. Herbert Dunnico writes ,to say that help in! tting up meetings and funds, too, are urgently needed 'or campaign work. All interested please communicate at `lice. Address 47, New Broad Street. X.C.
November 1, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
Yearly Subscriptions, 6s. 6d.; This Week.—" UNDER FIRE." Quarterly, Is. Bd., post free. Will Newsagents who find difficulty in getting

Yearly Subscriptions, 6s. 6d.; This Week.—" UNDER FIRE." Quarterly, Is. Bd., post free. Will Newsagents who find difficulty in getting

this paper kindly write direct to the Secretary, 39, Doughty St., (2nd floor], W.C.I. C •
September 28, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England