Speech on Patriotism (Document 3), item 2

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is cause for the deepest sorrow

on the part of us all. It is most

natural today for a public

speaker to make reference to the

war. It is a temptation hard

to resist to which I have

succumbed today. I shall try

not to discuss the causes of the

war or its conduct - above

all not its outcome. There

seems to be no sign whatever

of the end of the war. It

will undoubtedly be a long

time before either side is

exhausted, which, seems to

be the only present prospect for a

cessation of hostilities. It

is difficult to forecast to-day

how any good can come

out of this conflict but still

we hope that "good will be the

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2/

is cause for the deepest sorrow

on the part of us all. It is most

natural today for a public

speaker to make reference to the

war. It is a temptation hard

to resist to which I have

succumbed today. I shall try

not to discuss the causes of the

war or its conduct - above

all not its outcome. There

seems to be no sign whatever

of the end of the war. It

will undoubtedly be a long

time before either side is

exhausted, which, seems to

be the only present prospect for a

cessation of hostilities. It

is difficult to forecast to-day

how any good can come

out of this conflict but still

we hope that "good will be the


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  • November 17, 2017 21:10:33 Thomas A. Lingner

    2/

    is cause for the deepest sorrow

    on the part of us all. It is most

    natural today for a public

    speaker to make reference to the

    war. It is a temptation hard

    to resist to which I have

    succumbed today. I shall try

    not to discuss the causes of the

    war or its conduct - above

    all not its outcome. There

    seems to be no sign whatever

    of the end of the war. It

    will undoubtedly be a long

    time before either side is

    exhausted, which, seems to

    be the only present prospect for a

    cessation of hostilities. It

    is difficult to forecast to-day

    how any good can come

    out of this conflict but still

    we hope that "good will be the

  • November 17, 2017 21:09:12 Thomas A. Lingner

    2/

    is cause for the deepest sorrow

    on the part of us all. It is most

    natural today for a public

    speaker to make reference to the

    war. It is a temptation hard

    to resist to which I have

    succumbed today. I shall try

    not to discuss the causes of the

    war or its conduct - above

    all not its outcome. There

    seems to be no sign whatever

    of the end of the war. It

    will undoubtedly be a long

    time before either side is

    exhausted, which, seems to

    be the only present prospect for a

    cessation of hostilities. It

    is difficult to forecast to-day

    how any good can come

    out of this conflict but still

    we hope that good will be the


  • September 5, 2017 18:31:43 Annick Rodriguez

    2/

    is cause for the deepest sorrow

    on the part of us all. It is most

    natural today for a public

    speaker to make reference to the

    war. It is a temptation hard

    to resist to which I have

    succumbed today. I shall try

    not to discuss the causes of the

    war or its conduct - above

    all not its outcome. There

    seems to be no sign whatever

    of the end of the war. Wh It

    will undoubtedly be a long

    time before either side is

    exhausted, which, seems to

    be the only  .present..  prospect for a

    cessation of hostilities. It

    is difficult to forecast today

    how any good can come

    out of this conflict but still

    we hope that good will be the


  • August 1, 2017 12:32:21 Lisa P (F&F)

    2/

    is cause for the deepest sorrow

    on the part of us all. It is most

    natural today for a public

    speaker to make reference to the

    war. It is a temptation hard

    to resist to which I have

    succumbed today. I shall try

    not to discuss the causes of the

    war or its conduct - above

    all not its outcome. There

    seems to be no sign whatever

    of the end of the war. It

    will undoubtedly be a long

    time before either side is

    exhausted, which, seems to

    be the only  ...  prospect for a

    cessation of hostilities. It

    is difficult to forecast today

    how any good can come

    out of this conflict but still

    we hope that good will be the


  • June 30, 2017 14:09:15 Irina Mastan

    is cause for the deepest sorrow

    on the part of us all. It is most

    natural today for a public

    speaker to make reference to the

    war. It is a temptation hard

    to resist to which I have

    succumbed today. I shall try

    not to discuss the causes of the

    war or its conduct - above

    all not its outcome. There

    seems to be no sign whatever

    of the end of the war. It

    will undoubtedly be a long

    time before either side is

    exhausted, which, seems to

    be the only  ...  prospect for a

    cessation of hostilities. It

    is difficult to forecast today

    how any good can come

    out of this conflict but still

    we hope that good will be the


  • June 30, 2017 14:04:48 Irina Mastan

    is cause for the deepest sorrow

    on the part of us all. It is most

    natural today for a public

    speaker to make reference to the

    war. It is a temptation hard

    to resist to which I have

    succumbed today. I shall try

    not to discuss the causes of the

    war or its conduct - above

    all not its outcome. There



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October 2, 1915
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