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Page 32 - The greatest danger that I see in the present situation is that Germany may throw in her lot with Bolshevism and place her resources, her brains, her vast organizing power at the disposal of the revolutionary fanatics whose dream it is to conquer the world for Bolshevism by force of arms.
Page 29 - ... in any circumstances, did he deviate from the course he had set himself. He resolved to get up at seven, to lunch at two, to be punctual in everything, and to get drunk every Sunday. He resolved to save a capital sum of fifty thousand and this was as certain and irrevocable as fate itself ... In no circumstances did he increase his expenses and if the price of potatoes went up, he did not spend a penny more on them but merely bought less potatoes . . . His exactness was such that he made it a...
Page 24 - ... Cambridge University ; the Very Reverend E. Milner White, Dean of York ; Professor WE Curtis, Department of Physics, King's College, Newcastle; Professor WMH Greaves, Astronomer Royal for Scotland ; and Professor RV Jones, Department of Natural Philosophy, Marischal College, Aberdeen ; to all of whom I should like to express my thanks. I should also like to thank Dr BL Welch of the Mathematics Department and Mr JO Myers of the Mining Department, Leeds University, as well as Mr BC Browne of Cambridge...