The world has been witnessing for almost five years the most tremendous upheaval, perhaps, in its history. Outwardly the eruption assumed the form of a great war in which all the devices of engineering skill, all the resources of modern natural science, were employed; but beneath the surface, and essentially, the struggle which took place during these tragic years was one between truth and error, or good and evil.
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