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The Pomp of Yesterday

by Joseph Hocking

It is now fast approaching four years since our country at the call of duty, and for the world's welfare entered the great struggle which isstill convulsing the nations of the earth. What this has cost us, and what it has meant to us, and to other countries, it is impossible todescribe. Imagination reels before the thought. Still the ghastlystruggle continues, daily comes the story of carnage, and suffering,and loss; and still the enemy who stands for all that is basest, andmost degraded in life, stands firm, and proudly vaunts his prowess.

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