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MADE IN GERMANY.

TO THE EDITOR. ;Mr. —As a constant reader of your paper I desire to thank you for the article in last night's issue dealing with the hooligans who disturbed the meeting and " counted out " the Prime Minister. You quoted Mr Asquith's words on the subject, but you might as well have cast pearls before swine. Nothing but German culture ( !) could be expected from these people, whose headquarters, it is openly stated, are in Germany. Voters, please note this fact, and when recording your vote back the man who is interrupted and counted; and the reason for his being counted is that he is British, his countersout Germans or German allies.-—I am, etc., BIIITISII LIBEItTY. Novemli..r 20.

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MADE IN GERMANY., Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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MADE IN GERMANY. Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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