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THE NEW CRUSADER.

THE NEW CRUSADER.

January 18, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
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January 11, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
Piers Plowman's Talks TRANSFORMATIONS

Piers Plowman's Talks TRANSFORMATIONS

me confess to a hankering after the Arm The life of a body of disciplined men uni an enterprise of conquest has ,remendous attraction. It would be a little difficult to define this attraction, but it is certainly very real. It is so real and answers to so deep a demand of human
January 11, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
E. Debat-Ponsan. from the Salons de Paris. After the `Battle-- Waiting for the Dawn .1 (In another column we give

E. Debat-Ponsan. from the Salons de Paris. After the `Battle-- Waiting for the Dawn .1 (In another column we give

a few extracts from Henri Barbusse's great book, " Under Fire," but under this picture we would deliver the message from men who suffer, who know what we who stay at home will never know, as they lie in the mud and the cold and the blood out on the battlefield, waiting the Dawn.
September 28, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
AN EARLY PEACE.

AN EARLY PEACE.

Vorwiirts (Berlin, Soc.-Dem.), September 5, commenting on the taking of Riga, deplores that the Entente peoples are time after time swindled out of opportunities to make peace, because the German peace-offers are represented to them as merely signs of Germany's imminent breakdow
September 28, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
EMOMI

EMOMI

September 28, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
vow:

vow:

The war is being carried on by means of loans. Our national debt now amounts to . 5,000,000,000. It is increasing every day. War means that we are compelled to draw upon the labours of our children and their children. We are burdening their lives with the shadow of this vast deb
December 14, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
ember 14, De ` b er 1 4 , 1917 )AY" AH ace Society Sunday precetjAlilv 3 Sunday. ()aches we

ember 14, De ` b er 1 4 , 1917 )AY" AH ace Society Sunday precetjAlilv 3 Sunday. ()aches we

forty a '" men and Ministere urging thein day's service s heir congregatior ill with Regola tio j l a ,e,ahn Act, and aD ?ass our propo i mclose. Even esterday does ;ion if such e banned by od wishes, [ERBERT Dlll4o°. ibex 23, 1 fourth Chris war provide or directing wards Pe May
December 14, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
act of deliberate injustice on the part of the Tribunal, Stephen Hobhouse was sent into the army. He was sentenced

act of deliberate injustice on the part of the Tribunal, Stephen Hobhouse was sent into the army. He was sentenced

to 112 days' hard labour. Upon coming out he was returned to the army, and sentenced to a further period of imprisonment. The effect of renewed sentences was to make the conditions more severe than in the case of a single continuous sentence. Two of the worst features of our pri
December 14, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
A CAMPAIGN-A BATTLE-AN ADVENTURE. Just as the monastic movement in its earlier and more heroic days attracted soldiers to seek

A CAMPAIGN-A BATTLE-AN ADVENTURE. Just as the monastic movement in its earlier and more heroic days attracted soldiers to seek

in the cloister what they had failed to find on the battlefield, so the new movement, ascetic and world-denying as it will have to be, may attract the men whose ideas have been fired but left unrealised by the way of war. Those who have been willing to risk all for their country
February 22, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England