"A CLEAN PEACE."|1918-07-13|The Brecon County Times Neath Gazette and General Advertiser for the Counties of Brecon Carmarthen Radnor Monmouth Glamorgan Cardigan Montgomery Hereford - Welsh Newspapers Online
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A LOOK ROUND.

UNDER THE HUN.

"A CLEAN PEACE."

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"A CLEAN PEACE." Shall we make a peace with traitors, Shall we parley with those knaves Who set out for wide-world conquest And to make mankind their slaves? Shall we speak of peace with liars, Looters, murderers, tyrants, ghouls? Shall we seek of baby-killers A coward's peace, and lose our souls? Do we make peace with a tiger Dripping red with human gore? Is it peace we ask of cut-throats Lurking round about our door? forget the Lusitania." Nurse Cavell and Fryatt, too, Or the fate that Huns awarded To the Belgian Prince's crew? Would the Prussian ask for peace terms If he saw a chance to will? Belgium, France, and Serbia witness To the fate we'd get from him. Justice calls aloud for vengeance, in Freedom asks that tyrants' might Shall be vanquished, so that nations May be free tc do the right. Would you lend a hand to hasten Dawn of such a glorious day Grow not weary in the conflict, ( Hold on—till victory comes your way • TOM JONES.

FATHERS OF FRANCE.

GENERAL FOCH.ttsmiâ– 1- 114i

CHILDREN OF FRANCE.

A I A SHEAF OF WAR STORIES.