Headquarters Nights: A Record of Conversations and Experiences at the Headquarters of the German Army in France and Belgium

Headquarters Nights: A Record of Conversations and Experiences at the Headquarters of the German Army in France and Belgium

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Headquarters Nights: A Record of Conversations and Experiences at the Headquarters of the German Army in France and Belgium

Headquarters Nights: A Record of Conversations and Experiences at the Headquarters of the German Army in France and Belgium

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One of the most graphic pictures of the German attitude, the attitude which has rendered this war inevitable, is contained in Vernon Kellogg's 'Headquarters Nights.' It is a convincing, and an evidently truthful, exposition of the shocking, the unspeakably dreadful moral and intellectual perversion of character which makes Germany at present a menace to the whole civilized world.

The man who reads Kellogg's sketch and yet fails to see why we are at war, and why we must accept no peace save that of overwhelming victory, is neither a good American nor a true lover of mankind.

THEODORE ROOSEVELT.

Sagamore Hill, August 26, 1917.

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