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INDEX AND TABLE OF CONTENTS
[This Index constitutes a Table of Contents and an Analytical Index of Authors,
Subject Matter, and Titles.]
[Titles of articles appear in italics"]
ABDUL Hak Hussein Bey, 437.
Aerial Fighting on the French Front, 287.
AERONAUTICS. Zeppelin attacks. 42; Brit-
AFRICA, Germany's treatment of colonies,
ALASKA, price paid and gold produced, 257.
AISNE, Battle of, see CAMPAIGN in Europe,
ALBERT, (Dr.) Heinrlch F., 219.
ALEXANDER (Crown Prince of Serbia), 141,
ALEXIEFF, (Gen.) Michael V., 294.
ALGONQUIN (S. S.), account of sinking, 54.
ALICE (Princess of Battenberg), 153.
ALIEN Enemies, see ENEMY Aliens.
Alliance with Mexico and Japan Proposed
Allied Successes in France, 246.
ALLIES' Commission, comment on members,
Amazing Effects of Shell Shock on Soldiers'
America and the League of Honor, 464.
America Through English Eyes, 7S.
"AMERICAN Day," in England and France,
AMERICAN Escadrille 471.
AMERICAN Mission to Russia, personnel and
Americans Who Have Fought for France,
ANCONA (S. S.), mentioned in exchange of
ANDREWS (Secretary at Bucharest), 72.
ANNIE Larsen (schooner), 220.
'. ANZACS," 503.
APPAM (S. S.), decision of Supreme Court,
ARABIA, progress of new kingdom; com-
ARBITRATION, Industrial, in Russia, 295.
ARCHER, William, "America Through Eng-
ARCHIBALD, James J. F., 218.
ARGENTINA, supports U. S. against Ger-
ARLOTTA, Enrico, 405.
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ARMED Merchant Ships, discussed in Aus-
ARMED Neutrality, defined, 56; In 1780 and
See also UNITED STATES—Armed Neu-
ASQUITH, Herbert Henry, discredited in re-
ASTURIAS (hospital ship), 442.
At the Western Fighting Fronts, 119.
ATHOS (S. S.), 53.
ATROCITIES, plot to infect Rumanian
See also VANDALISM.
AUSTRALIA, troops in battle of Arras, 412:
AUSTRIA-Hungary, strength of navy, 103;
See also UNITED STATES—Austria-
Austria-Hungary's Submarine Note, 104.
AUSTRO-Hungarians in America, number, 42.
AUSTRO-Prussian War, 117.
AZTEC (S. S.), 238.
BABES (Dr.), 75.
of Yarrowdale, 299.
England, by Gen. Maude, 308.
See also CAMPAIGN in Asia Minor.
alien enemies, 205.
for services of Amb. Gerard, 64; career,
250; visit to U. S., speeches, statements,
&i., 389-405; as Secretary for Ireland. 451.
"Hurrah and Hallelujah," 522.
prices of metals, 234, 3S7.
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BAUMER, (Dr.) Gertrude, organization of
BAVARIA, Queen of, 350.
BEATTT, (Admiral Sir) David, 87, 439.
BEDFORD, A. C., 387.
BELGIAN Relief Commission, work of, 132;
BELGIUM, withdrawal of American Minis-
See also CAMPAIGN In Europe. Western;
BELLIGERENTS, table of population and
BERESFORD (Admiral Lord). 441.
BERLIN, life in wartime, 24.
BERLINER Lokal-Anzelger. quoted on Ger-
BERNHARD. Georg, on German-Mexican
BERNSTORFF, (Count) Johann von, mes-
BETHMANN Hollweg, (Dr.) Theobald von,
BISMARCK, (Prince) Otto von. and Social-
"Blacks Attack! " 110.
Blame for the Dardanelles Failure, 107.
BLOCKADE, rules In relation to submarine
BLOCKADE, British, comment In Austrian
BLOCKADE, German, see SUBMARINE
BOELCKE (Capt.), 320.
BOLrVIA. break with Germany. 22S. 434.
BOMB plots, 219.
BOPP. Franz, 219.
BOTHA. (Gen.) Louis, achievements In
BOT-ED, (Capt.) Karl, House report on plots,
BRAEMAR Castle (hospital ship), 443.
BRAGADINI. Alvise, 4a5.
BRAZIL, break with Germany: seizure of
BRENT (Bishop), extract from sermon on
BRESHKOVSKATA. Catharine, release from
BRIGGS, (Lieut. Gen.) C. J., 10-".
BRINCKEN, (Baron) George Wilhelm von,
BRITANNIC (hospital ship). 443.
British Advance on Bagdad and Jerusalem,
BRITISH Commission, aee ALLIES' Com-
British Foreign Policies and the Present War,
BROQUEVILLE. Charles de. cablegram to
BRYCE, (Viscount) James, on U. S. entry
BULGARIA, population, 157; entry into war.
German safe conducts for relief ships. 135.
BUTLER, (Dr.) Nicholas Murray, presenta-
BYNG, (Gen.), 270.
CAINE, Hall, on celebration of U. S. entry
into war, 454.
CAMPAIGN In Africa, progress. 40: dis-
CAMPAIGN in Asia Minor, fall of Bagdad,
CAMPAIGN In Europe, Austro-Italian
CAMPAIGN In Europe, Balkan States, stand
CAMPAIGN in Europe, Eastern, success of
CAMPAIGN In Europe, Western, German re-
COST of War, expenditures of England, Germany, and France, 112: Allies' expenses estimated by B. Law, 435.
COSTA Rica, indorsement of action of U. S.,
229. COUCY Castle, destruction, 319. COUDEN, (Rev. Dr.) Henry, 207.
COUNCIL of National Defense, activities, 00; organization of boards for war, 234; part in economic mobilization, 387.
COYULA, Miguel, 230.
CREWE (Marquis of), address in Parliament on entry of U. S. into war, 402.
CRILE, (Dr.) George W., with first American Red Cross Unit, 439.
Critical Situation in Russia, 478.
CROMER, (Lord) Evelyn Baring, report on Dardanelles operations, 167; replies of Mr. Asquith and Col. Churchill, 303.
CROWLEY, Charles C., 219.
CUBA, bill calling for war; message of Pres. Menocal; war resolution message to U. S. Congress, 230; first nation of Latin Amer. to enter war, 434.
CUPENBERG, (Baron) von. 218.
Curious German War Medals, 346.
Current History Chronicled, 36, 256, 434.
CURZON (Lord), on Persian operations, in Lords, 40; speech in Lords on resolution on entry of U. S. into war, 400.
CZERNIN, (Count) Ottokar, 237. 427.
CANADA, troops on Vlmy Ridge, 270; in battle of Arras, 408; report of War Office on capture of Vlmy Ridge, 417; influence of Vatican claimed by Ulster Unionists to be against participation in war, 453.
CAPELLE, (Admiral) Eduard von, on success of submarine depredations, 441.
CARRANZA. (Gen.) Venustlano, note to neutrals suggesting embargo on foods and munitions to belligerents, 00.
CASUALTIES. German, 42; in invasion of
CAUSES of the War, article by J. Relnach
CECIL, (Lord) Robert, reply to Bethmann
CECILIE (Crown Princess of Germany), war work, 355.
CENTRAL America, see LATIN America.
CHAKRABARTY, (Dr.) Chandra Hunador. 218.
CHALIER, Andre, relief work, 129.
CHARLES, J. Ernest, on Val-de-Grace Museum, 512.
CHARPUT, (Lieut.) Jean, 331.
CHATKOFF, Lincoln. 471.
CHERNOFF (M.), on critical situation In
CHERON, Henry, summary of German
CHILD, O. C. A., poem "Jerusalem," 118.
CHILE, and Germany, 228, 434.
CHINA, break with Germany. 37.
CHOATE, Joseph H.. speech on visit of British Mission to New York, death, 400; at Mayor's Committee dinner to mission, 401.
CHRONOLOGY of the War. 34, 242, 431.
CHURCHILL, (Col.) Winston, testimony on Dardanelles failure, 107; defense of expedition, 303.
CITY of Memphis (S. S.), 58.
CIVIL War (U. S.), Southern attitude compared with that of Ulster toward home rule, by Cardinal Gibbons, 445.
CLARK, Champ. 207.
CLOSURE, adopted in Senate, 52.
COAL, situation in Germany, 11:!; shortage in Paris, 126; British possession of fields of Lens. 249.
COLOMBIA, treaty defeated in U. S. Senate,
Colossal War Expenses of Great Britain,
COLUMBIA University, degree conferred on
COMITE National, 544.
Comparative Strength of Navies Today, 05.
CONSCRIPTION, see UNITED STATES—
CONSTANTINE I.. King of Greece, attitude
CONSTANTINOPLE, attitude of new Russian Govt., 295.
COOPER, Henry Allen, opposition to war
resolution, 212. COPPER, supplied to Govt, at average
market price, 388. CORBESCO, M., 72. CORNELL. (Mrs.) Margaret. 219.
DAECHE. Paul. 219.
DANIELS, (Sec.) Josephus, speeding up of
naval construction, 58; on three-year
program, 59. DANISH West Indies, transfer to U. S.;
Hear Admiral Oliver appointed Governor,
DANTON (French cruiser), 238.
DARDANELLES Operations, editorial comment on report of commission, 40; report of Cromer Commission on failure, 167; replies of Col. Churchill and Mr. Asquith, 303; account by MaJ. Dayton. 501; final reports of Admirals de Robeck and Wcmyss on withdrawal, 508.
Darkened Church in l*e"t,'«r Zone, 131.
DAVIS, George B., definition of armed neu-
DAVIS, Oscar King, on food situation In
DAYTON, (Maj.) Edwin W., " Military Oper-
DELRRUECK (Dr.). tribute to work of wo-
Democratic Progress in Germany, 301.
of Brand Whitlock on deportations from
U. S. into war. 466.
Deserter's Wife and Her Dilemma, 115.
315. DILLON. John, greetings on entry of U. S.
into war. 227. DITHRIDGE, Ethelwyn, poem, "The Women
of the War." 20. DONEGAL (hospital ship), 442. DUROST, Antonin, on entry of U. S. into
war. 407. DUGAN, William, 471. ECKHARDT, von, (German Minister), 65.