Fighting For Peace

by Henry van Dyke

Three-quarters of Dr. Van Dyke's volume is a sketchy account of the origin and the earlier course of the war not vividly illuminated by the reminiscences of one who in Antwerp marveled over tennis-court emplacements for those big German guns which Professor Pollard assures us were really fired from their own carriages.

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