Speech on Patriotism (Document 3), item 17

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we must as a

nation be able to defend ourselves.

3. Patriotism means

service and calls for

sacrifice in the defense of ones country even if necessary the

sacrifice of life.

         To the first principle that

war is an abnormal condition,

I shall devote but

little time. It is not necessary

to enter into an invective

against war. War is its own

condemnation. We have

a daily lesson in the horrors

of war in the press dispatches

from Europe. War is but

a survival of the brute in

man. Animals know no

other way to settle disputes

than by force. We think nothing



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17/

we must as a

nation be able to defend ourselves.

3. Patriotism means

service and calls for

sacrifice in the defense of ones country even if necessary the

sacrifice of life.

         To the first principle that

war is an abnormal condition,

I shall devote but

little time. It is not necessary

to enter into an invective

against war. War is its own

condemnation. We have

a daily lesson in the horrors

of war in the press dispatches

from Europe. War is but

a survival of the brute in

man. Animals know no

other way to settle disputes

than by force. We think nothing




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  • November 18, 2017 03:17:08 Thomas A. Lingner

    17/

    we must as a

    nation be able to defend ourselves.

    3. Patriotism means

    service and calls for

    sacrifice in the defense of ones country even if necessary the

    sacrifice of life.

             To the first principle that

    war is an abnormal condition,

    I shall devote but

    little time. It is not necessary

    to enter into an invective

    against war. War is its own

    condemnation. We have

    a daily lesson in the horrors

    of war in the press dispatches

    from Europe. War is but

    a survival of the brute in

    man. Animals know no

    other way to settle disputes

    than by force. We think nothing



  • July 5, 2017 00:23:34 Annick Rodriguez

    17/

    it is necessary we must as a

    nation be able to defend our-

    selves.

    3. Patriotism means sac-

    rifice service and calls for

    sacrifice [insert] in the defense of ones country even [/insert] and  if necessary the

    sacrifice of life.

             To the first principle that

    war is an abnormal condi-

    tion I shall devote but

    little time . It is not necessary

    to enter into an invective

    against war. War is its own

    condemnation. We have

    a daily lesson in the horrors

    of war in the press despatches

    from Europe. War is but

    a survival of the brute in

    man. Animals know no

    other way to settle disputes

    than by force. We think nothing




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    Saginaw, Michigan, USA

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19536 / 221316
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http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
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Hope Elizabeth May
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October 2, 1915
  • English





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