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Title: America's black and white book: one hundred pictured reasons why we are at war
Author: William Rogers
Imprint: New York, c.1917


The Announcement -- "The blackest count in the indictment against Germany is foreshadowed in the warning by the Imperial German Embassy at Washington to all Americans, of the crime which was to follow on May 7th, 1915."
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Spraddled -- "It looked as though the German Army was spread over too much territory--faced too many fronts to be effective!"
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Let the decoration fit the crime -- "It was asserted and has never been denied, by the German Government, that the Kaiser decorated the commander of the 'U' boat which sank the Lusitania."
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Preparing a few more answers to our protests -- "Germany was ready to talk about restricting 'U' boat activity as long as we would listen to her; but the sound of riveting machines in her shipyards was her real answer."
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Portrait of: William Allen Rogers (1854-1931)
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The Junker must go -- "England, France, Russia, Italy and the United States recognized that the Junker menace to the world must be thoroughly crushed before Peace could ever return to the world."
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