Speech on Patriotism (Document 3), item 7

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7/

world is in sorrow on account of

its overwhelming disappointment.

Since that epoch-making day, the

18th of May, 1899, when 100 delegates

from 26 different

countries met in the House in

the Woods, at the Hague and

opened what has come to be

called The First Hague Peace

Conference - since that day

the propaganda for universal

peace has moved forward

with leaps and bounds and

it seemed to us who are on

the outside of the inner circles

that substantial progress had

been made toward the substitution

of arbitration for war.

A second Hague Conference had

been held. Mr. Carnegie had

made his wonderful $10,000.00


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7/

world is in sorrow on account of

its overwhelming disappointment.

Since that epoch-making day, the

18th of May, 1899, when 100 delegates

from 26 different

countries met in the House in

the Woods, at the Hague and

opened what has come to be

called The First Hague Peace

Conference - since that day

the propaganda for universal

peace has moved forward

with leaps and bounds and

it seemed to us who are on

the outside of the inner circles

that substantial progress had

been made toward the substitution

of arbitration for war.

A second Hague Conference had

been held. Mr. Carnegie had

made his wonderful $10,000.00



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  • November 17, 2017 22:51:29 Thomas A. Lingner

    7/

    world is in sorrow on account of

    its overwhelming disappointment.

    Since that epoch-making day, the

    18th of May, 1899, when 100 delegates

    from 26 different

    countries met in the House in

    the Woods, at the Hague and

    opened what has come to be

    called The First Hague Peace

    Conference - since that day

    the propaganda for universal

    peace has moved forward

    with leaps and bounds and

    it seemed to us who are on

    the outside of the inner circles

    that substantial progress had

    been made toward the substitution

    of arbitration for war.

    A second Hague Conference had

    been held. Mr. Carnegie had

    made his wonderful $10,000.00


  • September 5, 2017 20:20:50 Annick Rodriguez

    7/

    world is in sorrow on account of

    its overwhelming disappointment

    Since that epoch-making day, the

    18" of   May , 1899, when 100 dele-

    gates from 26 different

    countries met in the House in

    the Woods at the Hague and

    opened what has come to be

    called The First Hague Peace

    Conference- since that day

    the propoganda for universal

    peace had moved forward

    with leaps and bounds and

    it seemed to us who are on

    the outside of the inner circles

    that substantial progress had

    been made toward the substi-

    tution of arbitration for war.

    A second Hague Conference had

    been held. Mr. Carnegie had

    made his wonderful $10,000.00



  • August 1, 2017 12:35:12 Lisa P (F&F)

    7/

    world is in sorrow on account of

    its overwhelming disappointment

    Since that epoch-making day, the

    18" of  ...  May , 1899, when 100 dele-

    gates from 26 different

    countries met in the House in

    the Woods at the Hague and

    opened what has come to be

    called The First Hague Peace

    Conference- since that day

    the propoganda for universal

    peace had moved forward

    with leaps and bounds and

    it seemed to us who are on

    the outside of the inner circles

    that substantial progress had

    been made toward the substi-

    tution of arbitration for war.

    A second Hague Conference had

    been held. Mr. Carnegie had

    made his wonderful $10,000.00



  • July 3, 2017 23:00:17 Annick Rodriguez

    71

    world is in sorrow on account of

    its overwhelming disappointment

    Since that epoch-making day, the

    18" of  ...  May , 1899, when 100 dele-

    gates from 26 different

    countries met in the House in

    the Woods at the Hague and

    opened what has come to be

    called The First Hague Peace

    Conference- since that day

    the propoganda for universal

    peace had moved forward

    with leaps and bounds and

    it seemed to us who are on

    the outside of the inner circles

    that substantial progress had

    been made toward the substi-

    tution of arbitration for war.

    A second Hague Conference had

    been held. Mr. Carnegie had

    made his wonderful $10,000.00



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October 2, 1915
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