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Ne ' v ember 30, 1917. AREOI A few weeks ago frqt Milton's great Pinion, never this CeQ)untry would go

Ne ' v ember 30, 1917. AREOI A few weeks ago frqt Milton's great Pinion, never this CeQ)untry would go

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November 30, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
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4 BADGE !

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December 7, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
PAMPHLETS.

PAMPHLETS.

" The Regulation on pamphlets is virtually killed, but the outrage has struck deeper than any act of repression since the war began. It cannot be carried out. The action of the Labour Party has decided that point, and against its obvious resolve to resist no British Government—l
December 7, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
TWO SORTS OF COWARDS.

TWO SORTS OF COWARDS.

Mr. George Bernard Shaw's Comments on Lord Lansdowne's Letter. "We are cursed with two sorts of cowards-Ih* coward who is afraid to go on with the war, and the much worse type of coward who is afraid to stop the war," was Mr. Bernard Shaw's conclusion of a spirited reference whi
December 7, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
)er Lps UMBER 22 " Their Angels do always behold the ace o f My Father which is in Heaven."

)er Lps UMBER 22 " Their Angels do always behold the ace o f My Father which is in Heaven."

ote Paper, a, Mono- Facsimile and any ler, Seals IN MEMORY 'OF THE CHILDREN. ible Type Let us speak softly. The children are dead—or lying in their pain—one hundred Memorial and twenty of them. &c. Why ? Because the Governments, the Church, the religious and eeula r press, the p
July 6, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
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ON. tlli. nt fpl• pping- °cleric o dor ington )el pU ✓. and irring nit rue all our imable my.

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April 12, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
VISIONS OF BATTLE.

VISIONS OF BATTLE.

Captain Gilbert Frankau is one of .the most considerable of our soldier poets, and almost all of them are good. He has felt the influence of Kipling and caught some of his mannerisms. Captain Frankau never sinks to mediocrity, and in his finest work he is singularly vigorOus. Hi
April 12, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
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May 17, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
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May 17, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
Arresting

Arresting

reason of its genuine originality and creative character. The minds and hearts of men are responsive to the , and welcome anything that is really revolutionary. That is C'hristianity, whittled down to a few truisms, always fails. That is why compromise doesn't pay. That is why a
February 1, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England