march 1919

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  • War Neuroses

    “The man whom an hysterical paralysis protects from a hated return to the front does not consciously will his paralysis, nor does he easily believe it to be the result of a wish, unexpressed and unrecognized by himself.”

  • What Won the War?

    “Sea-power and land-power have combined mightily to achieve the prize; to these two we must add this other great force, — an ‘imponderable,’ — which deserves to rank among the weapons of war.”

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