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GERMAN INFAMY DENOUNCED. Mr Frederic Harrison, author and critic, writes to the London 'Times' as ioliows : "These. abominable crimes against humanity and civilisation call for condign reprobation in the face of the civilised world. The whole German military and civil order are r.-spun.-ihle lor this poisoning of the moral sense, of their nation. TVe known that, nine-tenths of th ' German people accept their leadership and adopt their, international code that ‘might is right.’ Glider Ibis inverted dm trine of right and wrong tire German million.- arc now committing enormities as horrible a - s those of Dahomey and African aavages of old. Let us hear no m»n> whining a brut German culture Bn; let us make i! known that we will make the woild ring with our sense of horror. The whole .(linker caste and the llolieu/olleru dynasty aii* t-he head real Lonl of these intamies. It is for the German people to deal wilii the ram which lias nnirea them and brought their inline t<> shame. Be At understood that when th*' .Allies have lin.dlv criirlied this monstrous lere-M the Raiser—if, indeed, he ciiocse to win ive shall he submitted to tne degradation tn-llii-led fin poor DrevtUs. In piascre-e nf lire allied troops Ic! bis 'dm d etained sword be broken on bis craven back, and t ire- uniform and orders of \\ hieli ho is ■ c childishly proud be stamped in the mire. Ami if he lives thioicdi it. M. Helena or tire. Devil’s Island might- be lii- prison and has crave. The Geraman prerie will then understand what lire tivil'reed world ie-ds about th-.r jilodcrn Atilht the new scourcc of God." '

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THE NEW SCOURGE, Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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THE NEW SCOURGE Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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