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* THE COUNTRY WAKING UP. London ' Times ' and Sydney ' Sun' Serrices.) LONDON, December 8. ' The Times's' New York correspondent vrites that both the Navy and Army Leagues in America have opened fire on .he pucilicicts lor .arguing that bloated irraaments are th« chief cause of the present war. The Navy League's pamphlet has iroused the deep ire of the German-Ame-■icuns for denouncing; Germany as the in■ticator and ofiuso of the war, and lor minting oiit th:it the weakness of Be!;ium and Luxembourg provoked Germany's ittack* ,

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U.S. DEFENCE, Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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U.S. DEFENCE Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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