Some Reflections on the War
Publication:
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 9 Oct 1924, p. 249-262


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Some Reflections on the War


Personal reminiscences and anecdotes of the war. Lessons of war. Friendly rivalries between allied armies in the war. The Canadians and Americans, credited with livening up the war. The spirit of humor injected into situation that would otherwise be worse than they really were, characteristic of the Canadians and the Americans. Souvenir-gathering during the war. The relationships between Canada and the United States. The issue of non-participation of the United States in the League of Nations; why Canada should understand this. Preparing the world to be organized for peace. Asking Canadians to bear with the United States. The speaker's belief that the United States will join the League of Nations in the future.