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  • WAR DECLARED RITAIN AND GERMANY. BELGIUM'S INTEGRITY MUST BE OBSERVED.

    Great Britain has declared war against Germany. The circumstances which led np to the severance of friendly relations were told by Sir Edward Grey and Mr. Asquith in the House of Commons on Tuesday. Mr. Asquith declared that Germany's explanation of her invasion of.Belgium's ...
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  • SCENE IN COMMONS. SIR EDWARD GREWS SPEECH. INTENSE EXCITEMENT. LONDON, Aug. 4.

    When the House of Commons met at 7 o'clock on Monday, after the adjournment following upon the speech in the afternoon of the Secretary, of State for Foreign ... [Article] (1111 words)
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  • GERMANS IN BELGIUM. NEUTRALITY VIOLATED. GREAT BRITAIN'S PROTEST.

    The steps taken by the British Government to insist upon the maintenance of Belguim's neutrality were told by the Prime Minister (Mr. Asquith) in the House of ... [Article] (682 words)
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  • NOTES ON THE CABLES.

    The question of the French defences on the frontiers of Belgium and Luxemburg, which has once more been raised by Senator Henry Berenger, is discussed in ... [Article] (1264 words)
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