Speech on Patriotism (Document 3), item 37

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so will he defend his motherland

or his fatherland.

The sorriest exhibition

of the present war

is the workman who refuses

to do his best in

making munitions to supply

the soldiers at the front. Such

a man is lacking in patriotism.

How different  is the fine spirit

of those other workmen described

in the following press despatch!

"Rome, Aug. 10 - The example of

the railroad employees of

Milan, who refused $600,000

offered by the government for

extra work done by them in connection

with the mobilization

of the army has been followed

by the railroad men of Rome

who have issued a statement

declaring: "We would feel ourselves



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36/

so will he defend his motherland

or his fatherland.

The sorriest exhibition

of the present war

is the workman who refuses

to do his best in

making munitions to supply

the soldiers at the front. Such

a man is lacking in patriotism.

How different  is the fine spirit

of those other workmen described

in the following press despatch!

"Rome, Aug. 10 - The example of

the railroad employees of

Milan, who refused $600,000

offered by the government for

extra work done by them in connection

with the mobilization

of the army has been followed

by the railroad men of Rome

who have issued a statement

declaring: "We would feel ourselves




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  • November 20, 2017 15:57:34 Thomas A. Lingner

    36/

    so will he defend his motherland

    or his fatherland.

    The sorriest exhibition

    of the present war

    is the workman who refuses

    to do his best in

    making munitions to supply

    the soldiers at the front. Such

    a man is lacking in patriotism.

    How different  is the fine spirit

    of those other workmen described

    in the following press despatch!

    "Rome, Aug. 10 - The example of

    the railroad employees of

    Milan, who refused $600,000

    offered by the government for

    extra work done by them in connection

    with the mobilization

    of the army has been followed

    by the railroad men of Rome

    who have issued a statement

    declaring: "We would feel ourselves



  • July 5, 2017 21:51:44 Annick Rodriguez

    36/

    so will he defend his mother-

    land or his fatherland as it is

    called.  The sorriest ex-

    hibition of the present war

    in the End workman who re-

    fuses to do his best in

    making munitions to supply

    the soldiers at the front. Such

    a man is lacking in patriotism

    How different  is the fine spirit

    of those other workmen describes

    in the following press despatch!

    "Rome Aug 10- The example of

    the railroad employees of

    Milan who refused $600,000

    offered by the government for

    extra work done by them in con-

    nection with the mobilization

    of the army had been followed

    by the railroad men of Rome

    who have issued a statement

    declaring. "We would feel our




  • July 5, 2017 21:49:59 Annick Rodriguez

    36/

    so will he defend his mother-

    land or his fatherland as it is

    called.  The sorriest ex-

    hibition of the present war

    in the End workman who re-

    fuses to do his best in

    making munitions to supply

    the soldiers at the front. Such

    a man is lacking in patriotism

    How different  is the fine spirit

    of those other workmen describes

    in the following press despatch!

    "Rome Aug 10- The example of

    the railroad employees of

    Milan who refused $600,000

    offered by the government for

    extra work done by them in con-

    nection with the mobilization

    of the




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    Saginaw, Michigan, USA

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Hope Elizabeth May
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October 2, 1915
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