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100 Years Ago | 29 December 1918

OCCASIONAL NOTE The official account of the Browning naval mission to Germany shows only too clearly that the Hun has not changed his nature since November 11. Like the Americans…

100 Years Ago | 30 December 1918

INFLUENZA IN HOWRAH To The Editor Of The Statesman SIR, – For the treatment and prevention of influenza which is unfortunately raging in this town, the local Municipality have…

100 Years Ago | 28 December 1918

OCCASIONAL NOTE The war has given America the experience, familiar to us in India during the past decade, of a political trial extending over several months, and ending with…

100 Years Ago | 27 December 1918

OCCASIONAL NOTE On Christmas Day, Bombay Cathedral celebrated the bicentenary of its completion in 1718. Although founded after the original church of St. Mary in Fort St. George,…

100 Years Ago | 26 December 1918

OCCASIONAL NOTE Those who are familiar with the geography of the ground on which the British troops are fighting south-east of Lille, in the neighbourhood of Valenciennes, will…

100 Years Ago | 25 December 1918

OCCASIONAL NOTE In Madras there are, as is known, no Moderates. Hence it is, perhaps, that so simple a matter as the measures recently adopted by the Madras port authorities to…

100 Years Ago | 24 December 1918

OCCASIONAL NOTE If any man imagines that the cause of liberty of the person, as understood by western nations, is making any real progress in India, he may be commended to study…

100 Years Ago | 23 December 1918

THE INDIAN ASSOCIATION To The Editor Of The Statesman SIR, – A meeting of the Indian Association was held on the afternoon of the 19th December. After a vote of condolence on the…

100 Years Ago | 21 December 1918

OCCASIONAL NOTE The fact that the Congress of German Soviets excluded Herr Liebknecht from their gathering in Berlin hardly tends to elucidate the relationship of the various…

100 Years Ago | 20 December 1918

OCCASIONAL NOTE Perhaps the most interesting feature of the Burma programme of reform which has been tabled by Sir Reginald Craddock, on behalf of the local Government, is the…