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Down through the centuries peoples of many tongues, even of different civilizations, and greatly varied modes °f fighting, have often found themselves ahned against a common enemy in struggles deciding the course of history. Frequently their efforts have been independent, disjointed, and without timetable or plan to firing to bear the true potential of their