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Horrors and Atrocities of the Great War

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Horrors and Atrocities of the Great War
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Publisher: L. T. Myers
ISBN/ASIN: B0008BJ8Q8
Number of pages: 330

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The sight of all Europe engaged in the most terrific conflict in the history of mankind is a heartrending spectacle. On the east, on the south and on the west the blood-lust leaders have flung their deluded millions upon unbending lines of steel, martyrs to the glorification of Mars.

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