Terre Haute Tribune, October 31, 1914, page 5
NEPHEWS OPPOSED IN WAR.
Simon P. Levi Has Relatives in German and French Armies.
Simon Levi, of the Levi Dry Goods company, has nephews fighting in both the German and French armies. His brother went to Paris in early life and because a naturalized citizen of France. Since the war Mr. Levi has heard from both Germany and France.
“Letters from Germany,” says Mr. Levi, “show that the people were never before united as they are now. The country is without the slightest dissension on the question of war. All believe that the war was forced on Germany and to save her honor she must win. The people are making, without complaint, whatever sacrifices they are called on to make. Their patriotism is absolutely united.”