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OBJECT LESSONS AND WARNINGS
WILLIAM T. HORNADAY, SCD., A.M.
Trustee American Defense Society,
PUBLISHED UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
“Then whosoever heareth the sound of
the trumpet and taketh not warning; if
Ezekiel XXXIII, 4.
The Author contributes this book to the cause it represents. Newspapers and magazines may freely copy from it, to any extent they choose, save the cartoon by Raemaekers, which is copyrighted by the Century Company. DEDICATED IN MEMORIAM
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TO THE LATE
in 1915 and 1916;
sentatives to join the Army.
January 14, 1918.
more Men like him.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN, 1863 "We accepted this war; we did not begin it. We accepted it for an object, and when that object is accomplished the war will end, and I hope to God it will never end until that object is accomplished.”
WOODROW WILSON, 1917 “ The world must be made safe for democracy.
“To such a task we can dedicate our lives, our fortunes, everything we are, everything we have, with the pride of those who know the day has come when America is privileged to spend her blood and might for the principles that gave her
THEORDORE ROOSEVELT, 1917
“ Highminded men and women should brace their souls against the Menace of Peace without Victory for the Right. It is worse than idle to talk of a League to Enforce Peace for the Future, unless we, who are partners in the League to Smite Down Wrong in the Present, with iron will carry the war through to overwhelming triumph.'