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February 21, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
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March 21, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE CHILDREN'S LEAFLET.

THE CHILDREN'S LEAFLET.

Perhaps the most pathetic point in the Governmental Persecution was the suppression of the Children's leaflet, in which long long ago, facts of hideous starvation were stated. Under a picture of Jesus, with the children on His knee,n we wrote pleadingly : " No Nation can win the
March 21, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
The most cheering thing is the sight of our soldiers In the streets of Cologne, with German children trotting along

The most cheering thing is the sight of our soldiers In the streets of Cologne, with German children trotting along

on each side of them holding their hands and also the fact that our men are sharing their rations with the children so persistently do they do this that at th e Railway Station traffic has been disturbed and coneested by the crowds of children our Tommies will feed, so it has be
March 21, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
Published by the Proprietor, Theodora Wilson Wilson, 23, Bride Lane (2nd Floor), E.C.4., and printed by Buck Bros. & Harding,

Published by the Proprietor, Theodora Wilson Wilson, 23, Bride Lane (2nd Floor), E.C.4., and printed by Buck Bros. & Harding,

Ltd. (T.U.), 6 & 7, West Avenue, Walthatnstow,
December 12, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
PAPER SELLERS.

PAPER SELLERS.

There is no better way of advertising " The Crusader " than to offer it for sale at public meetings ; at several London meetings last week, friends volunteered 'to sell the paper, and met with much success, but we want many more to assist. In every town people should have an opp
February 14, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
NEWSACENTS.

NEWSACENTS.

A Crusader in the West Country has got two local newsagents to stock the paper. This is very good work. Can you do the same ? A good connection with the trade is essential to a satisfactory circulation, and all can help by seeing that the shop from which they obtain their newspa
February 14, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE CRUSADER

THE CRUSADER

F riday, 25th, 1019 drawn nearer to the - cross of Christ., That is the cross takes the sins of the world away. When you get there I.think you can go back (Jr- give me if I say it, it is so in my rnind—to a Th ew perfectly simple., and child-like view , Chdd-like thei cross. Nev
April 25, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
Fight the Famine Council.

Fight the Famine Council.

Address THE SECRETARY, 329, HIGH HOLBORN, W.C. Will you help in a strong movement in favour of relaxing the blockade and taking other measures to alleviate the awful sufferings on the Continent through famine conditions. If so, write to the above address. Ask for Literature, and
March 7, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
FEARLESSNESS AND COURAGE.

FEARLESSNESS AND COURAGE.

By Rev. W. E. ORCHARD, D.D. PART 11. It sometimes is a far more difficult thing to plan a new way of life than it is to lay down one's life in a moment of heroism. That is why it is, I suppose, that the soldiers have always more appreciation of a conscientious objector than civi
April 4, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England