Excerpt from Stead's Review of Reviews: November December, 1915
Whilst the month's happenings have hand they may 'be the forerunners of undoubtedly given us cause for grave what all the combatants will be able to uneasiness, the three outstanding ad call an honourable peace. ... We should vantages of the Allies remain as domi know by the end' of the year, one way or nant as ever. If properly used, they the other. Must in the long run give us the victory. Perhaps not the tremendous one we anticipated when the war began, but a very real triumph all the same.
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