Universal Peace and the School (Document I), item 2

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2/

so the greatest triumph of the

twentieth century will be the

elimination of war.

In this war against war,

in which the world is now en-

gaged the most advantageous

battle-field is the public school

the privates in the ranks are

the teachers in the school-rooms

the captains the principals

and superintendents.  I have

known some sluggish

souls, not to say lazy, in

the teaching ranks who

resent the demands made

upon the public schools


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[Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


2/

so the greatest triumph of the

twentieth century will be the

elimination of war.

In this war against war,

in which the world is now en-

gaged the most advantageous

battle-field is the public school

the privates in the ranks are

the teachers in the school-rooms

the captains the principals

and superintendents.  I have

known some sluggish

souls, not to say lazy, in

the teaching ranks who

resent the demands made

upon the public schools



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  • October 30, 2017 15:00:27 Thomas A. Lingner

    [Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


    2/

    so the greatest triumph of the

    twentieth century will be the

    elimination of war.

    In this war against war,

    in which the world is now en-

    gaged the most advantageous

    battle-field is the public school

    the privates in the ranks are

    the teachers in the school-rooms

    the captains the principals

    and superintendents.  I have

    known some sluggish

    souls, not to say lazy, in

    the teaching ranks who

    resent the demands made

    upon the public schools


  • July 7, 2017 21:25:03 Annick Rodriguez

    [Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


    2/

    so the greatest triumph of the

    twentieth century will be the

    elimination of war

    In this war against war,

    in which the world is now en-

    gaged the most advantageous

    battlefield is the public school

    the privates in the ranks are

    the teachers in the school-rooms

    the captains the principals

    and superintendents.  I have

    known some such sluggish

    souls, not to say lazy in

    the teaching ranks who

    resent the demands made

    upon the public schools



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  • 43.58190860000001||-84.7756364||

    Michigan, USA

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  • Story location Michigan, USA


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19507 / 219949
Source
http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
Contributor
Hope Elizabeth May
License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/


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