A WAR ALPHABET
A ter the Arms wo honorably bear, B for the Burden each Briton must .share; C for that Courage, a.s brave, us of yore, D for Dare-devil, when foes number more. E for that Earnestness needed each hour, F for the Flag which spoils Britain’s power. G for our Generals, steadfast and true, II for tho Huns ive mean to rim through. i for these ioyai Indian braves. .] for their Joy when they meet with the knaves. K for that Knowledge of dastardly deeds. L for -the Love which for Belgians it breeds. 31 for the. Xlanncr in which we must light. N for what’s Noble when striving for right. O for the Orders each one must obey, l> for the Prayer that wo’ll .win the day. Q for the Queries* on all anxious lips, R for Renown for our sailors and ships. S for our .Soldiers, who are fighting our foes, T for that Trust which we in them repose. U for that Union of brave British hearts, W for Wilhelm, the King of Genn-huns, X for the ©Xcellent fire of onr guns. Y for Young Britain, in Old Britain’s crew, Z for the Zeal ‘‘to see this thing through."
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A WAR ALPHABET, Evening Star, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914
A WAR ALPHABET Evening Star, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914
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