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Excerpt from Lecture Delivered by Don Agustin Edwards Before the Anglo-Spanish Society at Cambridge on the 19th of November, 1919 In 1912 we studied history; in 1914 we began to live it, with anguished spirit but with invincible faith in the triumph Of right and the survival Of all that brings humanity closer to its divine origin and makes life worth living. Cambridge, with the rest Of the British nation. Threw Off the doctoral toga and put on the livery Of war.
In the midst Of the uproar Of battle, at a moment when it seemed that there was neither time nor strength to spare for anything but the epic struggle, Cambridge made time and found vigour enough to institute a Chair of Spanish and to establish the bases of this anglo-spanish Society which today honours me with the task of inaugurating its meet ings. Cambridge had faith in eventual victory; moreover, she knew that the great war was but the birth-pangs Of an immense economic and political transformation Of the world, in which the two most widely-diffused languages - Spanish and English would have to play a dominant part.
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