Religion: For Protestants at War

>Said Secretary of the Navy Knox: "In this war, to a degree never approached before, men are turning to God. . . ."

>Said Dr. William B. Pugh, chairman of the General Commission on Army & Navy Chaplains, just back from a 48,000-mile tour of the battlefronts : "The chapels are not overcrowded but there is some thing underneath that is really religion."

These statements were both made at a celebration in Washington last week. The occasion: the birthday of a year-old religious organization for military men and women, the Service Men's Christian League. Later Secretary Knox...

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