Collected in A Book of Words, Macmillan, London, 1928.
Kipling was speaking at a luncheon given by the High Commissioner.
He thanked Strasbourg for its warm welcome to him. He then told his audience that the unity of France and Great Britain was of the greatest importance in maintaining that security which those who had suffered during the war now demanded.
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