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100 years ago

100 years ago: Our soldiers maligned

100 years ago: Our soldiers maligned

THERE has been much mischievous and unwarrantable talk about an imaginary prospective increase of illegitimacy as a consequence of the war

Letters from the Front

WHEN the Press Bureau began its work, its operations appeared to us so capricious and arbitrary that self-respecting newspapers were disposed to be restive. Now, however, that it intends to carry out its functions on rigorous lines, exercising a real, vigilant and impartial...

100 years ago: Wisdom in Magna Carta

IN ONE respect at least Magna Carta was quite abreast of modern conditions

100 years ago: Hereford v. Zanzibar

THE Bishop of Hereford's apologia, delivered at his visitation of the diocese, is another case of qui s'excuse s'accuse

100 years ago: The Lusitania is sunk

100 years ago: The Lusitania is sunk

IN RECORDING the latest of German barbarities, the sinking of the Cunard liner Lusitania and the drowning of nearly 1,200 passengers and crew, we perceive the uselessness of trying to bring home to the guilty perpetrators a sense of shame

100 years ago: Germany uses poison gas

IT IS not too much to say that the whole civilized world has been shocked by the German army's use of poisonous gases as weapons of warfare

100 years ago: Dean Church’s centenary

LAST Sunday was the centenary of the birth of a great ecclesiastic, whom the Church of England cannot too greatly honour

The Secularist will case

100 years ago:  THE decision of Mr Justice Joyce in re Bowman, which we report at length elsewhere, is of considerable historical interest

Bishop on the Western Front

100 years ago:  EVERYONE must rejoice that the Bishop of London [Arthur Foley Winnington-Ingram] has returned from the front safe and sound

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