Problems of Peace, from the Holy Alliance to the League of Nations: From the Holy Alliance to the League of Nations. A Message from a European Writer to Americans

Problems of Peace, from the Holy Alliance to the League of Nations: From the Holy Alliance to the League of Nations. A Message from a European Writer to Americans

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Problems of Peace, from the Holy Alliance to the League of Nations: From the Holy Alliance to the League of Nations. A Message from a European Writer to Americans

Problems of Peace, from the Holy Alliance to the League of Nations: From the Holy Alliance to the League of Nations. A Message from a European Writer to Americans

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"WILL they come or will they not?" That was the question which the combatants on either side put to each other as they looked anxiously towards the West. At first the horizon was calm and clear; then far off appeared a tiny cloud of dust in the midst of which there could just be descried a flag or two, and here and there the glitter of a weapon. But the cloud broadened and ascended, tumultuous with men and coruscating with steel, and then, at last, there issued from its mighty depths, friend and foe; those who exult and those who tremble, beheld a people in arms--an inexhaustible flood, a final reserve, which came in time to decide the issue of the mightiest and bloodiest conflict ever waged by mankind.

To us it seems a dream. Can the prodigy have . . .

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