FROM some sections of the battle front in Flanders, this song rises from the trenches. It is sung loudly, satirically, so the Germans in the trenches beyond can hear it. And the Teuton warriors understand the real sentiment behind that song—which, by the way, originated with the Princess Patricias.By GEORGE EUSTACE PEARSON20 min
IN this war, as in most recent wars, the charge has been made that dum-dum bullets are being employed. This article shows that there is a disposition, when a wound would seem to be unusually large and unusually hurtful to immediately claim it was the result of the usage of dum-dum bullets.By Edward C. Crossman in Scientific American5 min
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