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" That the rules and usages of war were frequently broken, particularly by the using of civilians, including women and children, as a shield for advancing forces exposed to fire, to a less degree by killing the wounded and prisoners, and in the frequent... "
The World's Work - Page 134
by Walter Hines Page, Arthur Wilson Page - 1915
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The American Year Book, Volume 1915

Simon Newton Dexter North, Francis Graham Wickware, Albert Bushnell Hart - Statistics - 1916
...where no military necessity could be alleged, being indeed part of a system of general terrorizatlon. 4. That the rules and usages of war were frequently...wounded and prisoners, and in the frequent abuse of the Ked Cross and the white flag. Losses of the War. The British losses on all fronts up to Dec. 9,...
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The German War of 1914-

John Rowan Hamilton O'Regan - Europe - 1915 - 101 pages
...no military necessity could be alleged, being indeed part of a system of general terrorization. (iv) That the rules and usages of war were frequently broken,...frequent abuse of the Red Cross and the White Flag. Sensible as they are of the gravity of these conclusions, the Committee conceive that they would be...
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The New York Times Current History, Volume 2

New York Times Company - History - 1915
...military necessity could be alleged, being indeed part of a system of general terrorization. (iv.) That the rules and usages of war were frequently broken,...frequent abuse of the Red Cross and the white flag. Sensible as they are of the gravity of these conclusions the committee conceive that they would be...
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New Outlook, Volume 110

Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1915
...no military necessity could be alleged, being indeed part of a system of general terrorization. IV. That the rules and usages of war were frequently broken,...frequent abuse of the Red Cross and the White Flag. Sensible as they are of the gravity of these conclusions, the Committee conceive that they would be...
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German conspiracies in America: from an American point of view

Germans - 1915 - 332 pages
...military necessity could be alleged, being indeed part of a system of general terrorization. " Fourth. That the rules and usages of war were frequently broken,...fire, to a less degree by killing the wounded and p1isoners, and in the frequent abuse of the Red Cross and the white flag." Time and again, have representatives...
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Information Annual, Volume 1

Current events - 1916
...military necessity could be alleged, being indeed part of a system of general terrorization. "Fourth: That the rules and usages of war were frequently broken,...frequent abuse of the Red Cross and the white flag. The German Government published a "White Book" (May 24), "concerning the warfare of the civilian population...
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The Canada Law Journal, Volume 51

Law - 1916
...where no military necessity could be alleged, being indeed part of a system of general terrorisation. "That the rules and usages of war were frequently...frequent abuse of the Red Cross and the White Flag." Many of us may have been disposed to consider a good proportion of the charges that had been made to...
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The Theosophical Quarterly, Volume 13

Theosophy - 1916
...military necessity could be alleged, being indeed part of a system of general terrorization.' "'(iv) That the rules and usages of war were frequently broken,...frequent abuse of the Red Cross and the White Flag.' "That report was signed by Lord Bryce, Sir Frederick Pollock, and Sir Edward Clarke, among others ;...
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Information Annual, Volume 1

Current events - 1916
...military necessity could be alleged, being indeed part of a system of general terrorization. "Fourth : That the rules and usages of war were frequently broken,...frequent abuse of the Red Cross and the white flag. The German Government published a "White Book" (May 24), "concerning the warfare of the civilian population...
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The American Year Book, Volume 1915

Simon Newton Dexter North, Francis Graham Wickware, Albert Bushnell Hart - Statistics - 1916
...military necessity could be alleged, being indeed part of a system of general terrorization. 4. That tbe rules and usages of war were frequently broken, particularly...frequent abuse of the Red Cross and the white flag. Losses of the War. The British losses on all fronts up to Dec. 9, according to a statement of Mr....
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