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otficially econusidered aiid approved. In most eases the piauoiorte

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Which it has been necessary to eonsult:- _ UNITED STATES OY AMERICA. (Mr. Glenn A. Abbey). UNION OF THE SOVIET SOCIALIST REBUBLICS. CHINA. (Dr. S. K. CHOW). BRAZIL. (Senhor J. de Sousa Lexo. Gisie Nethmez BELGIUM. : BOLIVIA. (Senor J. Penaranda). CANADA. (Mr. W. H. Kember). COST RICA. (Mr. J. C. Eggers). CUBA. (H.E. Senor don Guillermo de Blanck Sener Dx Den Lé@e Sgremm CZECHOSLOVAKIA. (Mr. Ing. 0. Vetjiske).

* DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. (Senor Dr. Don Ricards Perez—Sifamsees EL SALVADOR. ‘Senor Samuel Jorge Dawsee ETHIOPIA. (Mr. Emmanue! Abraham).

FRANCE. (Monsieur F. J. Eyriey).-

GREECE. (The late Mr. Ch. Simepoules. Mr J 2 GUATEMALA. (Senor Jose P. Ugart:

HAITI. (Monsieur Eric Hamaui).

HONDURAS. (Senor Tiburcie Carias 5

IRAQ.

LUXEMBOURG.

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MEXICO. (H.E.Senor Dr. Don Alfonso de Aeseteweng NETHERLANDS. (Jonkheer E. Teizeira NICARAGUA.

NORWAY. (Mr. W. N. Warbey)- :

PANAMA. (Senor Dr. Don Ricaprte F : Setup wel PHILIPPINES. (Mr. Stuart Lillice. 1 ecg: » smmemer E- 3 POLAND. (Mr. Sulikowski)-.

SUUTH AFRICA. (see next page). YUGOSLAVIA. (Dr. P. Yevtich

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I should like particularly to thank Dr. A. J. Armstroug of Baylor University, Waco, Texas, : U.S.A. from whom much valuable information hus been obtained, and Mr. Wm. C. Smith of the British Museum for his ever-ready response to frequent enquiries.’

Thanks are also due to the following for very generous assistanee:- The British Foreign Office, The British Broadeasting Corporation, Mr. H. E. Baden, Mr. Alan Bush (for help in connection with “The Iuternatiouale’’), Professor Emile Cammaerts, C.B.E. (in eouneetion With the Belgian National Anthem), Mr. H. C. Cocks (in connection With the Nicaraguan National Anthem), Mr. H. P. Dawson; Messrs. H.W. Foote, C. H. Fox and H. LeobsiietGa connection with the Authems of El Salvador and Niearagua), Miss M. Hamill, Mr. G.H. Hatehman (fer the Euglish trauslations of the National Authems of Bolivia, Cuba, Dominica, Panama,E] Salvador, and Costa Riea), Mr. H. T. Jamieson (of Torouto, Canada), Mrs. A.S. Mathews, Miss. F. Minus, aud Professor J. B. Trend, Professor of Spanish, Cambridge University for help in connection With the Brazilian National Authem; also I should like to thank Miss Rose Greenberg, whose euthusiasm and energy have helped much in the preparation of this volume. |

I have to thank too Messrs. Boosey & Hawkes, Limited (London, England) for permission

to use “The Iraqi Royal Salute,’ The Executrix of the Rudyard Kipling Estate for per-

mission to use the poem for Greece, Messrs. W. H. Paling & Company Limited (Sydney,N. S. W., Australia) for permission to inelude “Advance Australia Fair,” Messrs.Gordon V. Thompson Limited (Toronto, Canada) for permission to use the poem by .R. Stanley Weir for“O Canada; the Proprietors: and Editor of “The Times” Newspaper for permission to inehide the words of “The Yugoslavian National Anthem.” The copyright of the National Authem of South Africa is privately owned, and up to the time of going to press I was unable, much to my regret, to °

obtain permission to inelude it.

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Shall hateful tyrants mischief breeding With hireling hosts, a ruff ian band, Aftright aud desolate the land, While peace aud liberty lie bl eeding ?

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER

O say! can you see, by the dawn's early light,

What so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming, Whose broad stripes aud br ight stars, thro the perilous fight, O'er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming? Aud the rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air,

Gave proof thro’ the night that our flag was still there.

O, say, does that Star-Spangled Banner yet wave

G’er the land of the fr ree and the home of the brave?

On the shore, dimly seen thro the wists of the deep, Where the foe’s haughty host in dread silence reposes, What is that which the breeze, o'er the towering steep: As it Vitfully blows, half eouceals, half discloses?

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O’sar the land of the free and the home of the brave!

O thus be it ever when free mau shall stand Between their loved homes aud the war's desolatiou! Blest with vietry and peace, may the heavu-reseued land Fraise the Powr that hath made and preser ‘ved us a nation. Then conquer we must, for our cause it is just, And this be our motto: “In God is our trust. e And the Star-Spangled Banner in tr iumph shall wave O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave. Words by

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2 No saviours from ou high deliver, No trust have we in prince or peer, Our own right hand the chains must shiver, Chains of hatred, of greed and fear. Ere the thieves will out with their booty, © Aud to all give a happier lot, Each at his forge must do his duty, And strike the irou while its hot!

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BELGIUM “TL A BRABANCONNE”

4 From out the tomb of bondage and slavery Has Belgium at last risen free; Aud hassrecovered by her bravery Her name, her flag, her liberty; And by your mien undaunted and victorious Siuce that day, upholding your cause, Is blazoned on your ancient banner glorious

Your King, your freedom and your laws.

2 March ou! with steady unfailing paces From progress to progress march on : Still, through misfortune, on your faces God’s smile, protecting you, has shoue. Let us work! for labour, life-bestowing, From the earth her fertile produce draws, . Aud erowns, with splendour ever brightly glowing

Your King, your freedom and your laws.

3 Beloved Belgium, beloved Mother

Our arms, our hearts, our bluod we give

Freely to you, and to none other;

Aud by these we swear that you Shall live.

Shall live in beauty and in strength for ever Holding fast, as watehword of your cause,

The deataless bond that binds your sons together

Your King, your freedom and your laws.

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CANADA (“QO CANADA!”)

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O Canada! Our home and native land!

True patriot-love in all thy sos eommand.

With glowing hearts we see thee rise The True North stroug aud free; And stand on guard, O Canada,

We stand on guard for thee.

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O Canada! Glorious and free!

We stand on guard, we stand on guard for thee.

O Canada! We stand on guard for thee.

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O Canada! Where pines aud maples grow. Great prairies spread aud lordly rivers flow. How dear to us thy broad domain, From East to Western sea! Thou land of hope for all who tuil!

Thou True North stroug aud free. CHORUS:- O Canada! ete.

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O Canada! Beneath thy shining suies May stalwart sous anu gentle maidens rise To keep thee steadfast thro’ the years From East to Western sea, Our own beloved native land, Our True North strong and free!

CHORUS:- O Canada! ete.

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Ruler supreme Who hearest humble pray’; Hold our Dominion in Thy loving care. Help us to find O God in Thee A lasting rich reward, As waiting for the better day,