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THE NEW CRUSADER.

THE NEW CRUSADER.

Weep, if your eves have fears, While heaters "o, with heavy eyes, Aeross charred plains, 'nentli unknown skies, save the maimed before sunrise From further fears! Weep, though you long for plav: And think to-night that while you sleep A thousand men through red blood deep Will b
August 19, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
War weakens the moral fibre of a people,

War weakens the moral fibre of a people,

carries with it a licence that in peace time would considered outrageous. The entire atmosphere war is such as to reduce men to the level merely physical beings, to destroy ail that is spiritual and noble, and thus to increase the evils that wars are supposed uproot. Now there c
August 19, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
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.' t Hid ti' "ui.'li a clns is u ill cnal >l. Mil cram lut nr. • j„. liuilt lip. I,i'! tllrl'i' In' a lull Mini ■ 111 t. ■ 11' ■ 11 1 11' Mild J, i|i s|,piatn . »Y- mod" Hal put lir-t, tho
August 19, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE NEW CRUSADER.

THE NEW CRUSADER.

that the politicians are incapable of extricating the nations from the impasse to which they have brought them, it is for the people to say whether or not other steps shall bo taken Peace lies in the will of the people, and nothing can prevent its coming once the people demand i
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
 
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
 
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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
 
THE NEW CRUSADER.

THE NEW CRUSADER.

Then there is the immorality, and especially sex immorality, which war always carries with it. And in a colossal war like the present the dangers ahead in this respect are exceedingly great and may prove to fatal. Not only at the front, in garrisoned towns, and in the towns in c
August 19, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
i! i'H: t iiat wi* ;in

i! i'H: t iiat wi* ;in

i! i'H: u*.u* < ;i;t11 liicii is .*( 11l Mi* IVl'ldi s-!H'SS uiir. lit -ii!!'i I our inn:«. 1:1 dutv art lii. • 11 i p-1 u-1 trntli know, tli.it lw livr in tlir 11! < Ki.l ami toil ami fire. will rralmrd tlios ■ it, tn «• (lim iv . 11 it tit all >-t The viet orv I 't truth i- in'
August 12, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England