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While Western Europe was all ablaze during the Spring of 1915, many Americans were tapping their toes to a catchy little ditty titled, "I Didn't Raise my Boy to be a Soldier" (by Alfred Bryan and Al Piantadosi, of course). This really irked the editors at THE SPECTATOR who let their fingers trip across the typewriter keyboard at a tremendous speed spewing-out all sorts of unflattering adjectives; they even went so far as to rewrite a few verses.

This didn't bother messrs. Bryan and Piantadosi one bit, they really needed the publicity.

     


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The British Rage Against Pacifism (The Literary Digest, 1915)

The British Rage Against Pacifism (The Literary Digest, 1915)

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