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John Buchan P rFIE greatest and the most critical war in the world's history has begun. The greatest, because not

John Buchan P rFIE greatest and the most critical war in the world's history has begun. The greatest, because not

less than twelve rnillion fighting men are implicated, which Is four or five times larger than the hugest of past struggles ; the most critical, because the future of civilization is at stake. As we in Britain see it, we and our allies are fighting for public honour against Publ
22 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
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22 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
The Great Battle.

The Great Battle.

A week ago France and Belgium joined hands. In the operations now in progress the full battle strength of both countries—twenty-two army corps of one and three of the other—is massed along the frontier. In all, well over two million men will be engaged on a front of at least two
22 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
THE GERMAN KAISER-A STUDY. By Charles Sarolea, D.Ph.,

THE GERMAN KAISER-A STUDY. By Charles Sarolea, D.Ph.,

To write on Germany and ignore the German Kaiser would be like playing Hamlet whilst leaving out the character of the Danish prince. For the Kaiser meets us at every turn. In the words of Victor Hugo, speaking of Napoleon: " Toujours lui, lui partout." It may be found on close e
22 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
The Navy.

The Navy.

Three weeks ago the fleet put to sea, and ever since its career "has been wrop in a mistery." Where it is and what it is doing is known only to My Lords in the War Room at the Admiralty, but the nation is well content to " wait and see." As everybody knows, it is under the supre
22 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
The Eclipse of Germany's Mercantile Marine.

The Eclipse of Germany's Mercantile Marine.

To-day the seas are free to British merchantmen, and the German commercial flag no longer flies afloat. Our cruisers are sweeping the seas, and the commerce destroyers of the enemy are unable to do any effective raiding. Official announcements and reports from every quarter of t
22 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
Out of It.

Out of It.

The silent pressure of the British and French naval power in the Mediterranean is well exemplified by the inglorious fate of two of Germany's finest battle cruisers, the Goeben and the Breslau, the former of which is, or rather was, the fastest of all the Kaiser's warships, and
22 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
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22 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
Britain's Part on Land.

Britain's Part on Land.

We have nothing to say about Britain's part in this Armageddon; The phrase " Expeditionary Force' has disappeared for the present ; no man knows Lord Kitchener's intentions, and no patriot has any wish to pryinto them. But there is one thing to be said about our general policy.
22 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England