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adding 5410780_2, to be replacement for 5420780_2 (Danish)

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+ <bibl><title>Revyen</title><date when="1918-06-08">June 8, 1918</date>.
+<title level="a">KAISER'S WAR EAGLES READY TO PREY ON SCANDINAVIA</title><title level="a" type="sub">By N. A. Grevstad</title></bibl>
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+ <p>Germany's thinly veiled conquest of Finland, coupled with her apparent designs upon the Scandinavian countries, is a matter of serious concern to the United States and our allies of war. The Aaland Islands, a neutral outpost of Sweden in the northern Baltic, have been occupied by the Germans, and German military forces have been stationed at Aabo, on the coast of southern Finland. No serious resistance was offered to the invaders, who appeared in the garb of helmeted angels of Finland, and the Finnish "White Guards," working hand in glove with them, lost no time in signing a peace agreements as drawn by the Germans and providing for the customary commercial privilege for the benefit of Germany.</p>
+ <pb facs="5410780_2_0036.jpg" n="2"/>
+ <p>Whether the country was seized by force or agreement, whether it is to remain nominally a Republic, or to be blessed with a German made king, is, of course, immaterial. What matters is that Finland, with its coasts and islands and resources, has come under complete German control. The Baltic, including the Gulf of Finland, and the Gulf of Bothnia, is now a German lake. The only Baltic egress to the sea left to Russia under the Bolshevik peace treaty is the channel leading to Kronstadt and Petrograd. This is commanded by guards in German service, and firmly intrenched in the Aaland Islands, in person, or by proxy. Germany controls the commerce of Northern Sweden, with its large exports of lumber and iron ore, which are of pre-eminent importance at this time and in the next War, which, in Germany, is regarded as a matter of course.</p>
+ <p>Apart from these advantages, Germany will be aided materially in other ways in her conduct of the War by her control of Finland and her resources.</p>
+ <pb facs="5410780_2_0037.jpg" n="3"/>
+ <p>Finnish dairy products will be extremely welcomed in the empire, where butter, cream, and milk have been and still are very scarce. Of much greater importance is the forest wealth of Finland. Vast stores of timber and lumber, which have been accumulating in various parts of the country during the War will now be available, and the German commanders will know how to make effective use of them for trench building and other war purposes.</p>
+ <p>Another immediate military advantage which Germany will reap as a fruit of her hold upon Russia and Finland is submarine bases on the Artic seas. We do not know the full terms of the peace concluded between Germany and her friends, the Bolsheviki. But from what has leaked out, it appears that the Germans have stipulated for restrictions upon the commerce of Archangel, <pb facs="5410780_2_0038.jpg" n="4"/>the Russian port on the White Sea, until general peace is restored. That the Bolsheviki, under the leadership of Lenin, will concede all that the Germans see fit to demand or suggest goes without saying. That means, among other things, that Archangel is to be made a German port and submarine base. The repeated explosions and destruction of war supplies which have occurred at Archangel show that German spies are strongly intrenched there, German U-boats may expect to sneak out from a new base or building here, as soon as the ice in the White Sea hall breaks.</p>
+ <p>A landing of Allied troops has already been made to prevent the establishment of a more dangerous base for U-boats at Katharine Bay, at the mouth of the Kola River, on the Kola Peninsula. While Archangel is icebound the greater part of the year, Katharine Harbor is open all the year around. It is located at the head of a fine winding fiord some thirty miles long, that <pb facs="5410780_2_0039.jpg" n="5"/>cuts into the western part of the Kola Peninsula, about two hundred miles west of its northern point on the white Sea, and twenty-five miles east of the boundary line between Russian Lapland and Norway.</p>
+ <p>After abandoning or postponing her way to the open Atlantic across Sweden and Norway, Russia, some years ago, set about to build a great ice free harbor and port on territory already hers, at the mouth of the Kola River. The place was distant and almost inaccessible by land, but railroads could be built to it, and plans were made for the construction of a double track road across the peninsula to connect the Kola fiord with the Finnish and Russian railroads.</p>
+ <p>Katherine Harbor, the name selected for the new city and port, soon became a beehive of activity. Plans were perfected for a great naval establishment, <pb facs="5410780_2_0040.jpg" n="6"/>and a commercial city and port along thoroughly modern lines. Real-estate values began to rise and kept advancing to the satisfaction of the most enthusiastic boomers, though comparatively few people in this country were aware of the future possibilities of this new center of sea power and trade on the Arctic.</p>
+ <p>A great deal of construction work had been done when the war cloud burst upon the world. Work had to be slowed down in consequence of the War, but it did not cease. At least, as late as a couple of years ago, Katharine Harbor was a place of busy bustle, and a short time before the Russian revolution, investments on a large scale were under consideration by well-known American capitalists.</p>
+ <p>A third base might be rigged up at Bear Island, located about midway between <pb facs="5410780_2_0041.jpg" n="7"/>North Cape and Spitzbergen and claimed by Germany. She also claims a slice of the great Arctic "No Man's Land," Spitzbergen, which is not subject to any recognized lawful authority, except such steps as the government of Norway has taken in recent years for the protection and convenience of tourists and other visitors. Russian writers have from time to time been insisting that the whole Spitzbergen Archipelago is a rightful Russian possession by virtue of alleged occupation, but the claim has never been recognized by any power.</p>
+ <p>An obscure and ambiguous clause of the German-Bolsheviki treaty appears to cede Russia's shadowy rights to Germany, thus providing the Kaiser with some sort of pretext for grabbing all of Spitzbergen, which is known to be rich in coal of fine quality, iron ore, and other minerals. One or more submarine bases in Spitzbergen would complete Germany's chain of Arctic U-boat stations, <pb facs="5410780_2_0042.jpg" n="8"/>and enable her to assert her pretended rights to the Archipelago with greater force.</p>
+ <p>German preparations for a submarine establishment at Archangel cannot be prevented while the Bolsheviki are in power in Russia. All the Allies can do here is to watch for the U-boats when they come out, on their way to the sea, which is likely to be attempted from time to time, before the White Sea is free from ice.</p>
+ <p>Should Germany succeed in establishing a chain of submarine bases in the Arctic, she would have the Scandinavian countries encircled on three sides: from the south, east, and north. Her army is on their southern flank; by her control of the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Finland, she threatens the entire eastern front of Denmark, Sweden, and Norway, and her Arctic naval bases would command their northern flank. Will she attempt to complete the circle <pb facs="5410780_2_0043.jpg" n="9"/>at this time? Is she planning to strike at the Scandinavian countries to envelop them in the folds of the empire by conquest, or by a systematic campaign of threats, starvation, and other forms of German ruthlessness?</p>
+ <p>That Scandinavia ultimately must become German is a fixed article of faith in the Pan-German mind, as much so as has been the idea of a Central Europe ruled by Germany. As a matter of fact, German Scandinavia forms a part of "Mitteleuropa," as it has been conceived by Pan-German writers. Every author of this school who writes in the spirit of the full sweep of "Weltmacht" and "Kultur," includes the northern countries in the world empire to be created. A few quotations from well-known writers will serve as typical illustrations of the Pan-German designs upon their neighbors to the North.</p>
+ <p>Albert Gottlieb, writing in 1914, says in an article discussing Germany's <pb facs="5410780_2_0044.jpg" n="10"/>opportunities for conquest: "Our gaze sweeps wider from the North Cape to the Indian Ocean, embracing an empire that from the geographical, economic, and political points of view, possesses boundless possibilities."</p>
+ <p>It is unnecessary to lengthen the string of quotations. Battalions of Pan-German writers preach the same gospel of grab with persistent monotony. The rights and wishes of the states to be absorbed are not considered in the least. In German national philosophy, small states have no right to exist; nay, a small state affronts a stronger neighbor by the mere fact of existing, at least, if this neighbor happens to be Prussia or Germany. To the Pan-German, it is even the high duty of Germany to absorb neighboring communities in order to bless them with German "Kultur".</p>
+ <p>if a campaign for the absorption of Scandinavia is deemed expedient at this <pb facs="5410780_2_0045.jpg" n="11"/>time, it will be undertaken: no restraints of a moral character exist to prevent it. Whether it is advisable or expedient from a German point of view will be determined by the same powers that forced the War upon the world, and have been conducting it so far and will continue to run it: "Headquarters," the great general staff, the essence and directing force of Pan-Germanism in arms. As the world knows, it is the policy of "Headquarters" to do a thorough job of it now so as to leave everything in the best possible shape for the next war.</p>
+ <p>To Germany, control of Scandinavia would offer military advantages of no mean order. To begin with, the Baltic would become permanently a German body of water; with her control of the Baltic provinces of Russia, Finland, and Scandinavia, Germany would own the entire shore line of the Baltic, and command all inlets to it. The mineral resources of Sweden and Norway, including <pb facs="5410780_2_0046.jpg" n="12"/>rich iron beds, copper, and other useful minerals, the wealth of their extensive forests, the inexhaustible stores of sea food represented by the fisheries of Norway, the vast water power of Norway and Sweden, with its industrial possibilities, all this would be at the command of Germany.</p>
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+ <p>The Defense Squad now includes 721 names that have been called to the colors. To date the D. B. S. has only lost one of those who are fighting for their country, namely, H. P. Anderson, from Lodge No. 70. The deceased was gunner's mate in the Navy. He was 25 years old, and was born in Grafton, Michigan. He was insured for $1,000 in the Lodge, with his parents as beneficiaries.</p>
+ <p>He lost his life on the United States destroyer "Jacob Jones" which sank recently.</p>
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+ <p>Kristian Baun has been appointed to the State Board of Defense, as speaker and inspector of War gardens.</p>
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+ <p>The recent resolution of the Danish National Committee regarding changing the name of the Bismarck School, has been sent to the Board of Education and all the newspapers in Chicago, and reads as follows:</p>
+ <p>"At a meeting of the Danish National Committee, representing forty Danish societies, in Dania Hall, Monday, April 15, 1918, the following resolution was adopted:</p>
+ <p>"Whereas, the Northwest Side of Chicago is thickly populated with Americans of Danish descent, and</p>
+ <p>"Whereas, the Bismarck School, Armitage and Central Park, is located in the <pb facs="5410780_2_0050.jpg" n="2"/>center of this territory, and</p>
+ <p>"Whereas, the Americans of Danish birth, imbued with a deep sense of loyalty and patriotism for our country, strongly oppose the desecration of an American public school through its bearing the name of the former chancellor of the archenemy of our mother country, and</p>
+ <p>"Be it resolved, that we express our feelings in this matter to your honorable board, and petition you in the name of American patriotism to change the name of this school to some name of patriotic prominence so that it will give inspiration to the ideals for which our country stands.</p>
+ <p>Chicago, Illinois, April 19, 1918; W. Bauer, President; M. Rasmussen, Secretary."</p>
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+ <bibl><title>Revyen</title>,
+<date when="1918-03-09">Mar. 9, 1918</date>.
+<title level="a">TWENTY-FOURTH ANNIVERSARY OF SONS OF DENMARK</title></bibl>
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+ <p>The twenty-fourth anniversary of the Sons Of Denmark, was held at Gabrielsen's Hall, last Saturday. The president of the committee bid everyone welcome, and an excellent Souper, arranged by Christ Jorgensen, was served.</p>
+ <p>President S. Heilbuth, spoke for the Sons, G. P. Jensen, for America and for the four Sons who were fighting on the other side for the honor of the flag. A service flag in honor of the four soldiers was donated by Mrs. Cecilie Petersen. Mrs. Nelsine Heilbuth spoke for the gentlemen. The affair closed with a song by Mrs. Lone Nielsen.</p>
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+ <p>Private Harold H. Nielsen, 124th F. A. Bat. F., Camp Logan, Texas; Lieutenant Hartwig Rasmussen, 132nd Inf. Co. G., Camp Logan; Lieutenant W. Karkow, 1st Eng., Co. B., American Express Forces; Lieutenant Andrew S. Karkow, 319th Eng., Camp Fremont, Palo Alto, California; Private William Berrehus, 131st Inft. Co. D., Camp Logan; Private Herman Houlberg, Marine Barracks, Washington, D. C.; Private Hans C. Johnson, 311th Eng. Co. B., Camp Grant; Private Arnold Jensen, Batt. D. 123rd F. A., Camp Logan; Private Walter T. Skallerup, Yeoman, Ships Co., Camp Farragut, Illinois; Private Otto Skallerup, U. S. S., Charleston; Sergeant Carl S. L. Bruun, 819 Aero Squadron, Kelly Field; Private Andrew Jensen, 15th Causual Co., Camp Hancock; Private Clifford Petersen, Co. A. 5th Eng., <pb facs="5410780_2_0053.jpg" n="2"/>Corpus Cristi, Texas; Private Peter Fuglsang, U. S. Marine Barracks, Philadelphia; Private Andrew Skafgaard, Co. 11., Columbus Barracks; Private Sam Jensen, Camp Grant, Illinois; Aviator Einar Crown, Love Field Barracks, Dallas, Texas; Frank Meyer, 131st. Inf., Camp Logan; Anton S. Hansen, 131st Inf., Camp Logan; Corporal Aage Koster, 332 Reg. F. A. Batt. D., Camp Grant, Illinois; Private A. C. Andersen, Co. D. 410th Teleg., Leon Springs, Texas; Private Leo Busk, 131 Inf., Camp Logan; Private Adolph Busk, 131 Inf., Camp Logan; Private Soplus Hansen, Geo. Mynchenberg, 130th U. S. N. G. Field Hosp., Camp Logan; Private Conrad Harkow, 3rd O. T. C., Camp Grant; Lieutenant William Busk, U. S. S., Pueblo; Roy Nielsen, 4th Reg. U. S. Naval Station, Charleston, South Carolina.</p>
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+ <p>It was illustrated at the Security League's polyglot banquet last Wednesday, that the United States is more than ever the melting pot of the world, and that present conditions fuse all of these foreign elements together more firmly than ever.</p>
+ <p>All of 1,500 tickets for the banquet were reserved in the dining room on the eighteenth floor of the La Salle Hotel, and they were almost evenly divided among the seventy-five nations represented in Chicago, according to their numerical strength.</p>
+ <p>For the Danes there were about thirty men and women present, at three or four tables to the left of the speakers' platform, next to a Norwegian and a Polish singing society.</p>
+ <p>The $1.50 plate dinner was excellent, and also the patriotic speech by <pb facs="5410780_2_0055.jpg" n="2"/>John F. Smulski.</p>
+ <p>Among the speakers, was the progressive leader Bainbridge Colby who is now one of President Wilson's advisors, and who read the following telegram from the President:</p>
+ <p>"May I offer to this unusual meeting my warmest greetings and express the deep satisfaction it gives me that men of all nationalities and representing so many of the great peoples of the world should come together to give expression of their loyalty to America and the ideals which she represents, and to resolve to support the present administration in the use of the influence and power of the nation.</p>
+ <p>Woodrow Wilson"</p>
+ <p>The President's wire was received with great enthusiasm and applause, as was usual whenever his name was mentioned. A unanimous resolution was sent him, pledging the loyalty and support of all present.</p>
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+ <p>Under the auspices of the National Security League, a loyalty party and banquet will be held in the La Salle Hotel, Wednesday, February 6, in honor of the American flag and all that it represents. The affair is for all nationalities and peoples of the earth, now citizens or residents of the United States. The number of guests expected is 1,500, including women as well as men, and not less than seventy-five different races and nationalities will be represented.</p>
+ <p>The idea is to demonstrate how these people have found a home in this country, and are willing, if necessary, to fight and make sacrifices so that liberty, democracy and the American flag may live and prosper. Telegrams will be sent to all the represented nations throughout the world. Loyal German-Americans, Austrians, Belgians, and Turks will participate.</p>
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+ <p>Henry L. Hertz will represent the Danes on the arrangement committee, with John C. Christensen (Dania's president), from the West Side, and E. C. Bunck from the South Side. The affair was arranged on very short notice, so only a small number of invitations were sent out, but all those attending without formal invitations will be cared for, if they will make reservations soon.</p>
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+ <p>The Danish Brotherhoods have quite a few boys at the front: Lode No. 35, has the following: Martin E. P. Borup, Aage Hansen, Richard M Wielsen, R. M. Vilholm, Henry H. E. Hansen, Jens A. J. Hogaard, and Petef Larsen. Lodge No. 107: Philip Nielsen, Carl Etlar Sorensen, and E.M.C.F. Schmalfeld. Lodge No. 140: Edmund Petersen, Anker Juul, and Marius Madsen. Lodge No. 298: Harald Steffenson, F. O. H. Nielsen, John L. Johansen, and Claus Clausen. Lodge No. 17: Hans P. Larsen, Jens P. Jensen, and Hans E. Brasen. Lodge No. 18: Arthur E. Berg, Andrew Jensen, and Otto Petersen.</p>
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+ <p>Dr. T. C. Brown, who, this spring, was commissioned as a second lieutenant, and who served with the Red Cross in France, is now on furlough in Chicago.</p>
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+ <p>Charles Wilde, who for many years has been secretary of the Bricklayers' Union, has been appointed chairman for the Board of Defense, in Illinois, by the Federal Government. His job will be to organize the workers for temporary voluntary service, in case of necessity.</p>
+ <p>Many states throughout the country are forming such committees.</p>
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+ <p>Among those to receive commissions at Ft. Sheridan were, Charles A. Antonsen, son of director Carl Antonsen and Mads K. Madsen.</p>
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+ <p>The Security Bank set the record, selling 4,400 Liberty Bonds, making a total of $672,000. These were the largest sales outside the Loop.</p>
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+ <p>Dr. Carl J. Johannesen, of Chicago, who, sometime ago, was appointed to the San Diego County Hospital, has now been appointed assistant physician with the rank of second lieutenant in the United States Army, and goes into active service soon.</p>
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+ <p>In an interview by the Daily News, a few days ago, Dr. Max Henius maintained that Denmark as a nation has taken an attitude of absolute neutrality toward the countries involved in the War.</p>
+ <p>Now that the allies have partly stopped exporting to the Scandinavian countries in order that Germany may not receive prohibited goods. Dr. Henius points out that Denmark will have a difficult time of it, and that she may be forced into the War, probably on either side.</p>
+ <p>He closes by saying: "I believe profoundly in President Wilson's desire to see that the neutralists have a chance to live. The embargo is just, but on his mercy we pin our faith that Denmark may have a chance to live."</p>
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+ <p>About a year ago, Professor Georg Brandes, through his controversy with William Archer, pointed out that President Washington was the ideal neutralist in contrast to Wilson and the present money-mad Americans, and now once again he has attempted to repeat and enlarge upon, after the German pattern, his praise of Washington and his criticisms of Wilson's stand on the present question of neutrality. He points out the accusation of all pro-Germans that Wilson is of English descent, and that at the beginning of the War he declared himself neutral, but did nothing to prevent the states from becoming the main source of ammunition for only one side of the conflict.</p>
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+ <p>The following resolution was adopted by the American Association of Foreign Language newspapers, dated May 12, and personally sent to President Wilson by the president, Louis Hammerling:</p>
+ <p>To the President of the United States:</p>
+ <p>We, the undersigned publishers of American Foreign Language newspapers, circulating among eighteen millions of people, who have left their native lands to enjoy the blessing of citizenship in the United States, knowing full well what is in the hearts of these people, assure you, Mr. President, that <pb facs="5410780_2_0068.jpg" n="2"/>they cordially welcome the opportunity now offered them, in common with their fellow Americans, to assist the enlightened citizenship of other nations in establishing more firmly throughout the world the great principles of democracy. They are proud of having contributed in a considerable measure to the agricultural, industrial, and commercial greatness of the United States, the benefits of whose prosperity they have shared. They are anxious to show their gratitude to the land of their adoption, and their complete loyalty to its government by making such sacrifices as may be properly expected at this time from all true patriots. They are willing and eager to offer themselves, according to their qualifications, for military duty, or employment in field and factory, or for other service, with the object of helping as far as they can to uphold your hands in the present crisis. They will cheerfully contribute from their resources in the fullest possible manner to meet the extraordinary financial needs of the government, <pb facs="5410780_2_0069.jpg" n="3"/>and in all other ways will earnestly cooperate to maintain the country's honor, and to insure triumph of a cause that is destined to bring about a lasting international peace.</p>
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+ <p>Nothing short of conscription and compulsory military training will ever give us an army that can be relied upon to defend this country in time of war. The duty of defending the country belongs to the young men. The President, as I understand it, has the power, as commander-in-chief of the army, to compel all able-bodied men to serve the country in time of war. To give the President or Congress such a power may be a necessity, but it is a crime, nevertheless, to commandeer young men into the army, and send them to the front without first giving them a thorough military training.</p>
+ <p>The government should have courage and foresight enough to place the national defense system of our country in a state of efficient preparedness. This cannot be done by patriotic sentiment. It can be started at one stroke of Congress and the President, compelling every able-bodied young man between the ages of eighteen and twenty-four to serve one year, at the least, with the <pb facs="5410780_2_0071.jpg" n="2"/>colors, with no exception to be made between the poor and the rich.</p>
+ <p>I am against training high school boys, because it diverts the attention from their studies at an age when they are of no use for the national defense. What good are the Boy Scouts, the high school boys, or a handful of trained soldiers, or any number of regiments raised by Col. Roosevelt and others, if war should come? This whole thing lacks organization.</p>
+ <p>DR. PETER CLEMENSEN</p>
+ <p>Member Chicago Board of Education</p>
+ <p>The Revyen (Review) agrees with Doctor Clemensen that the children of the schools should not be mobilized. But if we are to have universal military training, the ideal would be along the democratic lines of the Swiss, the arming of the people, just as Victor L. Bergen, member of Socialist Executive Committee has proposed.</p>
+ <p>A final disposition of this question will be out of place until peace has <pb facs="5410780_2_0072.jpg" n="3"/>been declared, that is, if the German militarism is permanently checked. Then we can expect a partial disarmament and limitation of armaments throughout the world. What is to be done now should be of a temporary nature only, in order to meet the situation caused by Germany.</p>
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