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THE KAISER'S DREAMS

•'King George of England has been captured."—The German Truth Association. To add an air of verisimilitude to en unconvincing narrative, it is stated further that the King's ransom is- fixed at five millions. Thn Kaiser's captured Exghmd's King! This is indeed a mighty thing - . But, looking at the facts, it seems The Kaiser did it in his dreams. The Germans entered! London town, And battered nil tho houses down, And carried off our gold, in streams. They did it easily—in their dreams. The Kmporor has won the war, And tuksn Franco and Russia o'er. And he is Itappy. But he screams When foimcn shake him from his dreams I —Oklelbouruo ' Puacb.'

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THE KAISER'S DREAMS, Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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THE KAISER'S DREAMS Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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