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LORD CURZONS DON'TS

In Bit 1: Scho-.1, n-L Harrow, in October, L.,rd (.'iirzon addle-. .t-ci a J.'irjJ-f which included the- ina-siiii -> and buy; of ths »(-iiool, on tho voir. Lord Cur/.-jit eonUon't think til' 1 war does not affect 3011 individually; it touches every one of u-,. Don't I.'-' overjoyed at victory or downhearted at defeat.' Don't be unnerved by personal or famihy bel'C.-lVelnelll?. j.Jun't b<- frightened U the casually lists. Don't think that you know how to tc tva;'e the ea:..paign, anci that the Wai (Jlhce doc--, not. .-\ccoi (iingly, don't write ti, the [-a|ei--- telling general;, and admirals what they oitejht to do. Don't git ncrvou, becau-c the progress of the war is. slow ; it can only be slow in the.-e str^c--. Don't belie'. 0 nil you read in the news-p.-ij.-fi-c, j.-a; licilai-ly when it comes from Berlin. Don't -m 'errnte tlv- enemy. Don't waste breath iti attempting to ascertain what i= to happen to the German I'.i.epeior it; tin:-. \v..rid or the nest. Wo v. ill endi-i'-o" v.- d-.p.-i e of him in this world, and we will leave to others his ulterior destiny. Don't to divide tip the German Empire bef "•]••'- \ on hav" got hold of it. Don't !;-len to nny.-e-. v.'hv, r; ies " Halt !" be;,,'-e v;-- have earriH '--t 'lie full puru< -e for -.•.-! ieh we are fi^htinc;. 1 Vh"> I*h '-'•''!'' is over don't throw away the of the war.

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LORD CURZONS DON'TS, Issue 15686, 28 December 1914

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LORD CURZONS DON'TS Issue 15686, 28 December 1914

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