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The United States and Pangermania



Author of "The Pan-German Plot Unmasked" ROM THE PREFACE, WHICH is addressed: "To My American Readers"

"It is my wish to contribute to the result that hen this appalling conflict is over there may be → possibility that it will ever be renewed. A desive victory of the Allies which will make any gressive return of Pan-Germanism impossible is e only way by which this end can be attained. oward gaining this victory by #jecting from the beginning he crafty manœuvres of the Berlin Government, unceasingly enewed to divide and deceive he Allies, the deliberate and rofound conviction of every itizen of the United States an accomplish much. I have, herefore, brought together in his little book, written for you specially, a series of specific acts, easily verified, which should establish among you this certain conclusion:

Germany no longer exists.
In her place stands Pan-
Germany, whose existence
is incompatible with the in-
dependence of the United
States and the freedom of
the world."

Fighting for Peace



Minister to Holland for the First Three Years of the War

"We could wish that this little volume might be read by every American citizen, and not only read by but written in the heart of every person concerned in the direction of the Government and potentially concerned in the determination of the conditions of peace at the end of the war."-New York Tribune.

"His picture of Life in the trenches is vivid and thrilling. One feels that it is authentic. Those who have read Empey should read Nobbs. Each supplements the other,"

Says the Philadelphia Even-
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Gilbert Nobbs's "ON THE

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Relative to Vernon Kellogg'


Henry A. Wise Wood, chairman Conference Committee on Nationa paredness, recently said :

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re than 7,000 Villages, Towns, and Hamlets

n this map there are shown more than O places. The State of Illinois contains t the same number of square miles as n on this map, and in Illinois there are less 1,700 places of 100 or more inhabitants. dition to this vast number of places it

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all woods, fortresses, fortified towns, naval arsenals, forts, ubts, batteries, aircraft depots, wireless stations and rail5. The forests and woods are indicated in green, giving the an attractive appearance, and adding a strategical feature portance. The scale of the map is 10 miles to the inch. It nds west to Ashford, England; north to Antwerp, Belgium; to Frankfort, Germany; and south to Orleans, France. It ws for comparison the battle line of 1914, when the Germans e almost at the gates of Paris. The ground gained by the ies, therefore, may be plainly seen. It is without exception the it satisfactory map of the Western Front which has been raved. It has been prepared especially to throw light on vements as they occur. It may be examined with ease, for type is bold and clean cut.

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All the articles by ANDRÉ CHÉRADAME

which have appeared in The Atlantic Monthly have been gathered in a single volume entitled


We think this volume of such widespread importance to the American people that we are publishing it, contrary to our custom, in paper covers and selling it at twenty-five cents a copy. To patriotic societies which desire to circulate this inexpensive little book in large quantities we offer very low prices. Write to

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