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August 12, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
The League to Enforce Peace!

The League to Enforce Peace!

The War-Made Mind. \ ? reigned oppressed one another, and tiioM those i'rf\v thin Indigestion destroyed the htippin peered from the eyes Cithers War convulsed the nation*-, and fire and fhi had preached i find fli• upon th. Cross, Printed the Bi.KSnir VKMP. Manchester. sod Publi
August 26, 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
 
THE NEW CRUSADER.

THE NEW CRUSADER.

We All Want Peace, But What Kind of Peace ? This the time to make our minds. We may have the Peace of Weariness and Exhaustion. The European nations are bleeding each other white. They are imperilling their future the unstaying sacrifice of their fine youth. They are spending th
August 26, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE NEW CRUSADER.

THE NEW CRUSADER.

And it is yet within our power to end this war with trust intact. May we have the courage to do so! Let us give trust a chance; for that will to give reason a chance; and when the censorship has been removed and truth has been set free, good and happy relations between tho peopl
August 12, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
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August 12, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
suggests : declare her motives at.d slate her terms plainly and definitely, that the German people may know once who

suggests : declare her motives at.d slate her terms plainly and definitely, that the German people may know once who

it is that is responsible lor the further outpouring of the nations' blood. And what is this but the whole policy of the pacifist? What the pacifist savs, is: If your objects are righteous, and your motives as pure as you say, then declare them, and prove your innocence to the d
August 26, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE NEW CRUSADER. Why ?

THE NEW CRUSADER. Why ?

Why should the nations piteouslv perish together? Why should the innocent, robust youth of all the lands of Europe condemned to self-destruction? Why, indeed, but because of the lust and greed handful of faithless men; or because of the policy of secrecy and fear which such gree
August 26, 1916 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
< arrv r»n t!;r war. It ptvparrs f<-r an !>\ picturing imminent cnllapvr r»f tin- » ii'-iny, and as ww.n as tin* peep}.

< arrv r»n t!;r war. It ptvparrs f<-r an !>\ picturing imminent cnllapvr r»f tin- » ii'-iny, and as ww.n as tin* peep}.

war. It f<-r picturing imminent r»f tin- » ii'-iny, and tin* peep}. (,ut f(»r n< t<>he;i v» 11 n< \v si^ r ;»i« ' >f tlic eneru\, t- >ir:-j>i r. < ■ r hope. \nd so tin- em.tliet wear-- on. !><•<•«>>uillLT r.o r and rr. r very nun ticjiiii ri to pi.ci 11v powder, cdiemicals and st
August 12, 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