Britain At War
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 15 Apr 1915, p. 156-165
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Britain At War

A picture of the Homeland at this time. One or two cases which bear striking evidence to the long determination and preparation of Germany for the war in which they have involved the world. The inward life of England. The reaction of the English people when war was declared. A country whose resolution was calmly made. Understanding how big a task it was before we started. The difficulty of finance. Mr. Lloyd George's Moratorium. The voluntary army first raised. Several instances of personal bravery. The spirit growing stronger and stronger day by day in England. Some extracts from a letter received from the speaker's son, now in France, about one of the great battles, at Neuve Chapelle, wherein Britain lost some two thousand men. Assuring the audience that the heart of the country is determined to carry through this great war to its final conclusion.