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 - too-iiuprob-able MISCELLANEOUS WORKS. "Hurrah...
too-iiuprob-able MISCELLANEOUS WORKS. "Hurrah and Hallelujah," by Dr. J. P. Bang, professor of theology at the University of Copenhagen, is a curious indictment of Germany, published by the George H. Doran. company. It has been translated from the Danish by Jessie Broch-ner. Broch-ner. Broch-ner. The book consists of a collection collection of a multitude of extracts from the works of many German writers by which the author, with very little little comment, putt before the publio the trend of though In Germany today today the contempt and hatred tor things foreign . . . and the over-estimation, over-estimation, over-estimation, not to say the worship, of things German." The book has been named for a collections of poems by a German pastor in which occurs the following paraphrase of the Lord's prayer, the last part only being quoted: "Though the warrior's bread bo scanty, do thou work dally death and tenfold woe unto ths enemy. Forgive In merciful long-iuffering long-iuffering long-iuffering each bullet and each blow which misses its mark! Lead us not into the temptation of letting our wrath be too tame in carrying out thy divine Judgment! Deliver us and our ally from the infernal enemy and his servants on earth. Thine is the kingdom, the German land: may be, by aid of thy aieel-clad aieel-clad aieel-clad hand, achieve the power and the glory." -T- -T- -T- -5- -5- -5- -T" -T" I

Clipped from The Des Moines Register31 Mar 1917, SatPage 6

The Des Moines Register (Des Moines, Iowa)31 Mar 1917, SatPage 6
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