ARMY & NAVY: Horrors


The seamy side of war is something which the army of no nation can afford to have extensively advertised. Most governments suppress all official photographs which would give their citizens a visual idea of the bloody horror of actual combat and thus build up a mass repugnance to fighting. That the U. S., for all its diplomatic efforts towards peace, is no exception to this fundamental military rule was revealed last week when George Palmer Putnam, Manhattan publisher, tried unsuccessfully to get...

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