The Supreme Duty of the Citizen at the Present Crisis.

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‘When this long dreaded war at last broke out – The gallant old soldier to whom we would not listen, when he warned us, that it was coming - gave utterance to these words - “There is but one duty for the British citizen at the present time -- men & women – young & old – rich & poor all alike must place everything at the service of the State – Nothing must be kept back, time, energy, money, talent, even life itself must be freely offered in this supreme crisis – Arm & prepare to quit yourselves like men for the time of your ordeal has come” Any statement as to the women citizens of the present, wh.[which] I can make must resolve itself into an answer to the question – How far have the woman citizens ans.[answered] Lord Roberts call to place everything at the service of the state?’

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Notes
[For AusRED] ""The Supreme Duty of the Citizen at the Present Crisis"" was also quoted in the ""Brisbane Courier"", 21 November 1914, p.4.

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Cumbrae-Stewart, Zina Beatrice
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Related place
Australia
Related people
Cumbrae-Stewart, Zina Beatrice
Related place
Australia
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