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the given word. They asked and obtained from Cardinal Mercier his co-operation to incite the population to return, but the cardinal, always anxious to safeguard his compatriots, made conditions to which they consented. The first of them was that no young man should be taken to Germany, or compelled to work. Now how many lads are not already in Germany, how216 many have not been compelled, especially in both the Flanders, to do work for the G

ermans? And were not loyal people who refused to do it imprisoned? Yes! Did not these violators of law and right proclaim that all appeal to international agreements would be useless? "We shall no longer punish a whole population for the deeds of individuals," they also promised Cardinal Mercier. But many communities have had fines and taxes imposed upon them in consequence of the offence of one individual. And although they also promised to

 

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do everything in their power to prevent lack of food in Belgium, they have bled to death the unfortunate country by continuous impositions and taxes, and thrown many into poverty and misery. Yes, in the most scandalous manner they have violated the promises which the Germans gave Cardinal Mercier. But what signifies a word if treaties are only "scraps of paper?" CHAPTER XV CHAPTER XV THE ILL-TREATMENT OF BRITISH WOUNDED I RETURNED f

rom Louvain by military train. This one had had a most adventurous journey before it reached Louvain. It had left Cambrai in North France three days before, always going slowly and making long stops, to spare the seriously wounded at least a little. I estimated that in my train over 2,000 wounded had been loaded in a long, dismal procession of wagons. Most of them had not had their bandages renewed for a fortnight, and were still wearing the

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first emergency dressing; all came from the neighbourhood of Arras. A little to the north of this town many had been lying wounded in the trenches for over eight days, without being able to get their wounds bandaged. They had t

o admit the success of the French field artillery, which produced a most serious effect. The Germans all agreed that their right wing lacked artillery. The German soldiers who fell there were all killed in their trenches by the

issed, and escorted me to the door in th imple way of which I shall retain the me r. I can see now once more how little Germans car
 

falling bombs, there was no