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The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, November 4th, 1914
The International Monthly, 1914. 16 pages. Features: The "Militarism" of Germany - a comparison of military expenditures between the participants; Recent Fiction by Arnold Bennett and others; New York Dailies getting tired of being the victims of the London Censor; When We Needed Prussia - A reminder of our obligations to Emperor William's Ancestor, in the undying words of John Quincy Adams; Germany's Case as Stated by an Eminent American Jurist - Judge Peter S. Grosscup; Poem by George Sylvester Viereck; The Outlook justifies Germany's retributive action in Belgium; Where is the flag of England? - poem by Henry Labouchere; England the Arch Conspirator - important documents reveal secret military convention with Belgium - evidence from Authentic Russian and Belgian Sources; and more. Covers detached and separated. Unmarked. A worthy reference copy. This issue noteworthy for the fact that it is one of the first to contain several paying advertisers. Most prior issues had none or very few. Magazine
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