• Tags: Babel Compliance
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Carson writes of recent meeting in Sibley, where a patriotic German spoke against the Kaiser. Carson suggests using him to write something pro-Babel to disseminate to state's Germans.
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Ainsworth's side of the Kreutz case, in which he at first refused to come and then relented when given a public hearing. His fear is evident, and the coercion thick.

The Black Hawk, the student newspaper of Davenport High School, reported on the' burning of books in German "by about 50 lower classmen."
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Orth, officer in German-American Patriotic Association, passes on article to Harding.
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Vollmar notes the congregation's compliance, save for the families of several "boys in the service."
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Opening: "I have just preached my last German sermon." Notes the generational divide and asks several questions.
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