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Till-: GERMAN DO O Dnlly. durliiij,' Dolly, 1 am i> sav Wo mustn't love each oihei 'Cos Mummy says it, isn't n aii'l mo to jiluy WhnSt Germany and Enwar. Mv Mummv dear » EngLM Dadd'vV English, too. 0 Dolly, how 1 ",v'i?li your Mummy hadn't boon a trail. And you'd be made in England, just lik- mo I 1 s'pose I o"f.;iit to whip you as I vo never demo before. And never, never speak to you again, And lock you m the, cupboard, like a prisoner of wax, And cjive yon lots of nasty, horrid pain. But, Dolly, 'cos I love, you, it you promise not to toll, I'll play a trick which nobody will puess— Your German clothes I'll take off, and to some old-clo' man r : p,U, And buy for you a Red Cross Nurse's dress. My Mumn:y will forgive you, ond then you and I will go t To give the wretched, wounded soldiers aid ; We'll both bo British nurses, dear, and nobody will know That, Dolly, darliog, you were German -—Cuuuiiiglia .1914, Ji'idajMauu. .let

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 Evening Star, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914

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