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` Patriotism is a Vice.'

` Patriotism is a Vice.'

Patriotism is a Vice.' I was quickly made to sit down, but that was my first conscious effort towards internationalism." Mr. Moscheles believes and teaches that " the whole code of morals by which the patriot is guided must be completed, overhauled, and revised, for the good patr
August 3, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
NOTES FROM 'SOMEWHERE' " I am in love with all men, and cannot fight against any."—GEORGE Fox. THE GERMAN CHANCELLOR'S

NOTES FROM 'SOMEWHERE' " I am in love with all men, and cannot fight against any."—GEORGE Fox. THE GERMAN CHANCELLOR'S

SPEECH. At first I felt discouraged. Then I remembered our own Knock-Out Blow poster, and decided that poisonous seed always bears poisonous fruit. Until we grow bigger than that poster and that October interview, when a statesman proclaimed the " Knock-Out," we cannot expect th
May 25, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
PRAYER FOR VICTORY. THE NEW CRUSADER.

PRAYER FOR VICTORY. THE NEW CRUSADER.

PIERS PLOWMAN'S TALK. THE WOMEN'S PEACE CRUSADE. We propose to put news of the Women's Peace Crusade in the - NEW CRUSADER every week, for though we do not all arrive at our passion for peace by the same road, that is no reason why we should not help one another. Women will not
June 29, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
" THE GREAT DECISION."

" THE GREAT DECISION."

" There have been forty-five million casualties in this war. It is beyond the mind and the imagination to grasp it. Thick human blood has oozed and spurted from millions and millions of human bodies, ripped by knives, torn open by shells, punctured by bullets. Forty-five million
September 14, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
I WISH HE HAD DIED.

I WISH HE HAD DIED.

mother was feeding her baby with cherries while travelling in the train. " You should not give it cherries! " remonstrated a lady. " What does it matter? " returned the mother. " Poor little mite, ho will soon be needing nothing! " An older mother leaned forward. " I had one lik
September 14, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
CRUSADER

CRUSADER

A JOURNAL OF ENQUIRY FOR ALL SEEKERS AFTER A NEW WAY OF LIFE. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1917. A BONFIRE PEACE. So let us call it a BONFIRE PEACE, and agree To burn up arms and munitions ; To burn up grievances and things which make for separation and suspicion ; To pledge ourselves
September 21, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
SEPTEMBER 21st, 1917 WHY I MAY NOT KILL MY BROTHER. 4 0 Ex Planation, for those who admit the claim

SEPTEMBER 21st, 1917 WHY I MAY NOT KILL MY BROTHER. 4 0 Ex Planation, for those who admit the claim

of Christ upon their uttermost oaedience. Listen ! The newsboys are rushing down the Strand. A halfpenny ! VVar!! 11. turn away. I cannot understand. I nw that SOMETHING has happened to Christ. Pray that I may not deny Him. So the visions.ever rise, clear and compelling. high Th
September 21, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
~Aer Seri; hi . deou Wh at dis, 41Beov 0 '4llgei tat kuai old pr,

~Aer Seri; hi . deou Wh at dis, 41Beov 0 '4llgei tat kuai old pr,

October 12, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
CHAPTER X X.—Continued

CHAPTER X X.—Continued

" You see, Mr. Hartsook," said Bud, " I wish I was well myself. It's hard to sit still. But it's a doing me a heap of good. I'm like a boy at school. And I'm finding out that doin' one's best licks for others isn't all there is in it, though it's a good part. I feel like as if I
August 10, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England