How has the German nation borne itself during these first fourteen months of war? … The measures of the Government have been constantly met by evasion and subterfuge of every description…. Pervading the industrial classes and represented by all the popular newspapers, there is the bitterest feeling of animosity and suspicion towards all kinds of producers or dealers in food.
October 1915. Extract from Germany’s Food Supply by Prof. W. J. Ashley, reprinted from the Quarterly Review, October 1915. [Special Collections SPEC S/D525 (P.C.31)]. This week’s war: 61.