Essays in War-Time by Havelock Ellis
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- Essays in War-Time Further Studies in the Task of Social Hygiene
- War-Time - Further Studies in the Task of Social Hygiene
- Essays in War-Time - War College Series
- Essays in War-Time - Scholar's Choice Edition
- The Philosophy of Conflict, and Other Essays in War-Time. Second Series
- The philosophy of conflict, and other essays in war-time
- the Philosophy of Conflict,: And Other Essays in War-Time. 2d Series.
Review_, Oct., 1911.
 In New Zealand the birth-rate is very low; but the death-rate of
children in the first year is only 58 per thousand as against 130 in
 E.M. Elderton, _Report on the English Birth-rate_, Part I.,
1914. See also the collection of narratives of their experiences by
working-class mothers, published under the title of _Maternity_
(Women's Co-operative Guild, 1915).
 Flinders Petrie, _Journal of the Anthropological Institute_,
1906, p. 220.