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Image from page 775 of “The days of a man, being memories of a naturalist, teacher, and minor prophet of democracy” (1922)
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Title: The days of a man, being memories of a naturalist, teacher, and minor prophet of democracy
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: Jordan, David Starr, 1851-1931
Publisher: Yonkers-on-Hudson, N.Y., World book co.
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g driven to slaughter by the war machine. Remember this:we shall not end this war until we have separated the twoGermanys. After several weeks of most interesting but sadden-ing experience we left London on the S. S. Meganticof the Dominion Line, and after landing in Montrealwent to visit members of Mrs. Jordans family inWorcester, Boston, and Newport — Admiral Knight, middle life, died apparently of grief at the insupportable conditions. About ayear before, I received from him a card which read as follows: Munchen, 2 Februar, 1915Lieber Dr. Starr Jordan: Nehmen Sie freundlichen Dank fur Ihre giitige Karte vom 14 Januar.Sie konnen sich denken mit welch schwerem Herzen ich durch diese schlimmenZeiten hindurchgehe. Wir miissen glauben und vertrauen. Es muss dockFruhling werden. Mit bestem Gruss, E. Sieper (Friendly thanks for your kind note of January 14. You can yourselfimagine with what a heavy heart I go through this miserable time. We mustbelieve and trust. // will yet be spring.)
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ADMIRAL AUSTIN M. KNIGHT, U. S. N. 19143 World Peace Foundation her brother, being then president of the Naval WarCollege in the last-named place.1 In Boston I attended a meeting of the board of Our pleadirectors of the World Peace Foundation,2 at whichtime we drew up the first pronouncement of its kindmade in America after war began. In it the Founda-tion pleaded for a European concert, with a repre-sentative council in place of entangling alliances andententes. We further urged drastic reduction ofarmament, an international police to protect allnations alike from outlaws and pirates, and openand democratic control of treaties and foreign pol-icies. We also demanded as a matter of justice thatno territory should be transferred without the con-sent of its people. But we suggested no steps forimmediate action, for at this time it was not pos-sible to devise any way of reaching the war-makingauthorities in the leading nations. This was the last meeting held by the directors, Peace athe
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Title: "Geographisch-historisches Handbuch von Bayern"
Author(s): Goetz, Wilhelm, of Munich [person]
British Library shelfmark: "Digital Store 10256.h.14"
Page: 1127 (scanned page number – not necessarily the actual page number in the publication)
Place of publication: Nebenjob München
Date of publication: 1895
Type of resource: Monograph
Physical description: 2 Bände (8°)
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