To THOSE BEHIND THE SERVICE FLAGS, whose part in this world-struggle can never be chronicled. Their sacrifices are unnumbered and their wounds are within. To the silent Heroism which shoulders the double load and faces the loneliness undaunted. To the Patriotism which, denied the sword, takes up whatever weapon lies at hand and wields it valiantly at home. To the Love which "beareth all things, endureth all things," that in its "Service Stars" may be written a righteous destiny for the Nations, and the prophecy of a lasting peace.
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