EUROPE: Pattern of Conquest

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To the sad people of Europe, preoccupied with news as near at hand as hunger and cold, Singapore seemed far away. But Singapore was cut from the same pattern of conquest with which the people of Europe had become sickeningly familiar, and there were men in Europe last week who could have told the people of Britain and the U.S. what it means to be conquered—what it costs in brutalization and degradation, what man-made famine is like, what it is to be regarded as slaves of a Herrenvolk. France after 1871...

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