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THROUGH AMERICAN EYEB.

THROUGH AMERICAN EYEB.

President Wilson, Cincinnati, said recently Have yo» over heard what started the present war? It was mutual suspicion, an interlacing of alliances, web «f intrigue and spying. Revive all this after the war is over you will have such another war."
August 26, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
An Impasse.

An Impasse.

li i- <'\\ ahmtdanfly evident that tar ;is the Statesmen ;iif concerned impasse lnts been la aclnd as the peace issue. Whatrver hope peace 111■ i>■ may In , it certainly does not lie with the politicians. And that is a tact \vc cannot contemplate too long too seriously. What, th
August 19, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
11i1■ til writ' :11 i\ 1 >i' t < 11. ;m 1111 I I'll! wlii i. | .p, .1 t

11i1■ til writ' :11 i\ 1 >i' t < 11. ;m 1111 I I'll! wlii i. | .p, .1 t

It, ;ik. 11, .I I' L.' I 111 ' 1111 s ()l|, till' '<• iliM'iitariL'lr himself fri.m stars ''""xt tiililri'ssi'il liitn lis fi that it was more in with 11i,s eircuinstaners. I siv," ll' .w lonj; arc \vi And h -t ni^"_-icil When tlio embrace 'ointr to stnv here? '
August 19, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
uiil'S in Wr .!•>

uiil'S in Wr .!•>

uiil'S .!•> ,•1; i 111 J nliu'ii'li. llllt -< > kll'.U tllilt 11n mn-t • )• •< I 111' i>i ■ larking ill ill'' 1)11 I>a- i wliir'n, , N lih' V lII'
August 19, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
-t tlie star-

-t tlie star-

i]< ill'' with t lien i, in ' it" "Hi' hear? Win arc we? Hell"'.'" The answer, thus invnliiiitai ilv "iveti, ■oitlL' - r
August 19, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
W.•«•!», t lu.' Initio calls, \i)11 nil )i '.'o forth in bright array

W.•«•!», t lu.' Initio calls, \i)11 nil )i '.'o forth in bright array

W.•«•!», lu.' Initio calls, nil '.'o forth in bright array at t In-i r 1 •s ami *•<• 111«• auav J'.ut th.-n conns tin turn one day h'< each one IU ! Weep, though your tears spent. Acs, wei-p that men who fiyltt each other (Ain't a toe detect hfother. And see that tare has hut mot
August 19, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
Perhaps the most hopeful anil encouraging sign tli immediate moment is the with respect to the war, which is beginning

Perhaps the most hopeful anil encouraging sign tli immediate moment is the with respect to the war, which is beginning

to manifest itself among church-going people. Men and women Christian upbringing and conviction simple sanction the horrors that are taking place, look forward with complacency tlie- luture, as that fori shadowed our leading statesmen and picturesquely glorifiec by the little- a
August 19, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
i• Vi ■l) l ull \ cat –

i• Vi ■l) l ull \ cat –

i• Vi ■l) l cat ll! el lit >l.-i riu'lit slll 11 ut I >rll itiii 11 I! I' • 1111 • 111 1 - < • 111 li-
August 19, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
Machinations of a reactionary but powerful minority.

Machinations of a reactionary but powerful minority.

And si.icli a minority always stands to pain a war. it i> all wry well and, wr fear, lat hot' ohoaji optimism say that tlioso saoritioos aro only temporary. Too many haw boon excused easy lvmarks ol this kind. Wo haw boon told owr and ovor 1 huso who sanctionod permancnt ; hut i
August 19, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
i peri-1,1 et fi\ e rears,

i peri-1,1 et fi\ e rears,

peri-1,1 fi\ e rears, lr ple-t l> ill <>lr,>l 111 Hi -n snlpect lie.' Witll . and -t, d the pre-, lit War Mini-i. the interview referred to, the ilenieerarv ha- nut \,t preii,aineed its And seeing
August 19, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England