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GERMAN ATROCITIES

ESTABLISHED BEYOND DOUBT. NO CASUAL EXCESSES, BUT DELIBERATE AND SYSTEMATia (London 'Tunei' and Sydney 'Sun' Swrioos.) LONDON. January .10. A summary of the report of the Commission of Inquiry into German atrocities shows that criminal assault with every imaginable refinement of crnelty and bestiality marked the passage of the Jluna ■with ghastly frequency. Irrefutable evidence has been collected, and the stories of assault on -women and girls a.ra so horrible in detail that publication _is almost impossible, except for the necessity mi showing to the fullest extent the nattyroj

of the v do bea-1- fighting under trie Herman flag for Herman idea!- of eiviii-ation. It i- euabiidied beyond doubt that incon-diuri-m. murder, and pillage are part of the Herman military equipment, a- ijelinitely a- hi- gun.-. 'For the-e crime- the highe-t ofikers in the Herman army mti-t be held rc-pon-ih!o before hi-toty. 'Tie- Time-.' in a. leader commenting <<i\ the ativritie-. «ays that in all the conntrie.- where it sense of common humanity exi-ts the report will be read with emotion and horror.

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GERMAN ATROCITIES, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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GERMAN ATROCITIES Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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