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JANUARY REVIEWS. WHAT READ IN THE MONTHLIES. THE NINETEENTH CENTURY.* The January number of the Nineteenth Century and After is a very remarkable one. It contains three or lour articles on war subjects . that can only be described the term masterly. Professor bpenser Wilkinson’s
GERMAN PEINCE EMIGRATION AND STATE AID. By SIB KINLOCH-COOKi:. M.P. THE MORALITY OP WAR. By W. S. Lilly SHAKESPEARE'S WARRIORS. ARTHUR WAUGH WOMAN. Mbs. Jackson WHITMAN IN WHITMAN’S LAND. By H. SCKKP- FAUEB DUNKIRK. Alice and Claude Askew THE WAR IN ITS EFFECT ON WORK AND WAGES.
Ever since the war began the armies France, Belgium, and England have beea fighting shoulder to shoulder, and beating off the attacks of some two million Germans. Now our armies are on the offensive. The dangers shared in common, and the heroism with which they have faced them,
01 January 1915 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England