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The United States Government
HAT a series of booklets has been prepared setting forth how America
was brought into the war, the high purposes for which we fight, and the methods and aims of our enemies.
Your government desires that every American be given an opportunity to learn all the facts about the war. Every American should know why we entered this war. Every American should know how Germany wages war, and the story of her plans for world domination. Every American should know why we must fight on until the menace of autocracy is ended. How the War Came to America
German War Practices A brief review of this country's policy in the Mon
Prussianism in all its horror revealed by extracts roe Doctrine, the freedom of the seas, and inter
from diaries found on captured German officers and national arbitration and the development of our
soldiers. Documentary proof of how terrorism was policy from August, 1914, to April, 1917, with three
taught as a military art and prosecuted with relentof the President's most important addresses includ
less zeal in Belgium and Northern France, 96 pages ing his war message.
32 pages. Printed in nine languages.
The Nation in Arms
Two addresses, by the Secretary of the Interior
Lane and Secretary of War Baker--clearly pointing Every important allusion in the text is supported out the reasons that led to our joining in the war. by foot-notes giving the proofs of German purposes Widely quoted as they have been, these powerful and intrigues. An overwhelming arsenal of facts, speeches are now reproduced complete in permsgathered from original sources and enabling the nent official form. 16 pages. reader to look behind the scenes of statesmanship as he follows the President's reasoning. 32 pages.
The Government of Germany Conquest and Kultur
If you have ever heard any one doubt the autocratie The frontispiece is a colored map of the Pan- nature of the German system of government read German Plan with figures showing the secret of this description of the Emperor's absolute power. Germany's Peace offer. The booklet itself is com- See how the Assembly of princes, the Bundesrat posed of quotations from German writers, printed whose sessions are secret, controls the Reichstag. without comment, and constituting an amazing and how the Chancellor boasts that he is responsimass of evidence which culminates in the chapter ble only to the Kaiser. 16 pages. Written by showing the German attitude toward the United Charles D. Haven, Professor of European History. States. 160 pages.
Columbia University. The above mentioned are but 6 of a series of 30 authentic war publications. Any two will be sent to you if you will write a letter to the Department of Distribution, Committee on Public Information, 8 Jackson Place, Washington, D.C. Please give exact title of booklet. A catalogue of the complete series will be sent with the booklets you select for further selection. COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC INFORMATION 8 JACKSON PLACE, WASHINGTON, D, C.
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