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THE WAR MESSAGE
and FACTS BEHIND IT

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Published by COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC INFORMATION; Washington, D.C.

THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC INFORMATION

(Established by order of the President April 4, 1917.) Distributed free except that in the case of No. 2 and No. 3 of the Red, White, and Blue Series, the subscriber should forward 15

cents each to cover the cost of printing.

1. Red, White, and Blue Series: No. 1. How the War Came to America (English, German,

Polish, Bohemian, Italian, Spanish, and Swedish). No. 2. National Service Handbook (primarily for libraries,

schools, Y. M. C. A.'s, clubs, fraternal organizations, etc., as a guide and reference work on all forms of war activity-civil, charitable, and mili

tary. No. 3. The Battle Line of Democracy. Prose and Poetry of

the Great War. No. 4. The President's Flag Day Speech with Evidence of Ger

many's Plans.
No. 5. Conquest and Kultur, the Germans' Aims in Their Own

· Words, by Wallace Notestein and Elmer E. Stoll.
Other issues in preparation.

II. War Information Series:

No. 1. The War Message and Facts Behind It.
No. 2. The Nation in Arms, by Secretaries Lane and Baker.
No. 3. The Government of Germany, by Prof. Charles D.

Hazen.
No. 4. The Great War: from Spectator to Participant.
No. 5. A War of Self-Defense, by Secretary Lansing and

Assistant Secretary of Labor Louis F. Post.
No. 6. American Loyalty by Citizens of German Descent.
No. 7. Amerikanische Bürgertreue, a translation of No. 6.
No. 8. American Interest in Popular Government Abroad, by

Prof. E. B. Greene.
No. 9. Home Reading Course for Citizen Soldiers.
No. 10. First Session of the War Congress, by Charles Merz.

Other issues will appear shortly.

III. Official Bulletin:

Accurate daily statement of what all agencies of govern.

ment are doing in war times. Sent free to newspapers and postmasters (to be put on bulletin boards). Subscription price, $5 per year.

Address requests and orders to
COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC INFORMATION,

Washington, D. C.

FIE 15 1924

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