january 1918

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  • AP

    Science at the Front

    “All the scientific work of the country is organized; there is no lost motion. There is complete coöperation between the staff, the men of science, and the manufacturers. … It is wonderful. A whole nation at war is an awe-inspiring sight.”

  • The Bright Side of the War

    “Grief is a perspective glass; and any great national peril consolidates men’s minds into heroic clairvoyance and makes an epoch of vision.”

  • The Decline of the Berliner

    “In spite of the ‘Über Alles’ refrain, Pan-Germanism never did have a hold on the lower class. The common people were too completely shackled by the rigorous regulations of the despotic nationalism, to dream of ‘places in the sun’ or colonies across the sea.”

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