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THE

EUROPEAN

WAR

Volume XI

AprilJune, 1917

With Alphabetical and Analytical Index

Illustrations, Maps and Diagrams

NEW YORK
THE NEW YORK TIMES COMPANY

.' - Copyright 1917

By The New York Times Company
Times Square, New York City

INDEX AND TABLE OF CONTENTS

Volume XI.

[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-
ish airplanes at Arras, 267; Lord North-
eliffe on fighting on French front, 2S7;
exploits of French aviators narrated by
V. Forbin, 328; Zeppelin raids on England
first two years of war, by C. Stlenon, 333;
list of Zeppelin raids on England, 337;
British airmen at Arras. 407; attack on
Freiburg in reprisal by British and French,
442; men in American Escadrille, 471.

AFRICA, Germany's treatment of colonies,
435.
See also CAMPAIGN in Africa.

ALASKA, price paid and gold produced, 257.

AISNE, Battle of, see CAMPAIGN in Europe,
Western.

ALBERT, (Dr.) Heinrlch F., 219.

ALEXANDER (Crown Prince of Serbia), 141,
314.

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
by Germany, 05.

Allied Successes in France, 246.

ALLIES' Commission, comment on members,
256; list of members; account of visit to
United States; important speeches of Bal-
four, Viviani, and Joffre, 389-405.

Amazing Effects of Shell Shock on Soldiers'
Nerves, 340.

America and the League of Honor, 464.

America Through English Eyes, 7S.

"AMERICAN Day," in England and France,
454.

AMERICAN Escadrille 471.

AMERICAN Mission to Russia, personnel and
purpose, 487.

Americans Who Have Fought for France,
470.

ANCONA (S. S.), mentioned in exchange of
notes between U. S. and Austria-Hungary,
104.

ANDREWS (Secretary at Bucharest), 72.

ANNIE Larsen (schooner), 220.

'. ANZACS," 503.

APPAM (S. S.), decision of Supreme Court,
39.

ARABIA, progress of new kingdom; com-
munication to U. S., 306; protest of Ulema
of Mecca, 307.
See also CAMPAIGN in Asia Minor.

ARBITRATION, Industrial, in Russia, 295.

ARCHER, William, "America Through Eng-
lish Eyes," 78.

ARCHIBALD, James J. F., 218.

ARGENTINA, supports U. S. against Ger-
many, 228; war attitude, 434.

ARLOTTA, Enrico, 405.

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ARMED Merchant Ships, discussed in Aus-
trian reply to Amer. note on submarine
blockade, 108; contention between Eng-
land and Holland over Princess Melita,
242; Lieut. Gill on status, 275.
See also SUBMARINE Warfare: UNITED
STATES—Armed Neutrality.

ARMED Neutrality, defined, 56; In 1780 and
1800, 57.

See also UNITED STATES—Armed Neu-
trality.

ASQUITH, Herbert Henry, discredited in re-
port on Dardanelles, 167; address on Pres.
Wilson's war message. 224; address In
Parliament on U. S. war action, 226; reply
to Dardanelles report, 303; on Home Rule,
451; speech in Commons on entry of U. S.
into war, 463.

ASTURIAS (hospital ship), 442.

At the Western Fighting Fronts, 119.

ATHOS (S. S.), 53.

ATROCITIES, plot to infect Rumanian
horses and cattle, 72; Teutonic outrages
in Poland. 127; Austrian troops in Serbia,
143; protest of new kingdom of Arabia to
V. S., 300; by Germans in Somme retreat,
'538.

See also VANDALISM.

AUSTRALIA, troops in battle of Arras, 412:
at Gallipoli, 504.

AUSTRIA-Hungary, strength of navy, 103;
ultimatum to Serbia and outbreak of war,
140: attitude toward indemnity and an-
nexation. 427.

See also UNITED STATES—Austria-
Hungary, Relations with.

Austria-Hungary's Submarine Note, 104.

AUSTRO-Hungarians in America, number, 42.

AUSTRO-Prussian War, 117.

AZTEC (S. S.), 238.

B

BABES (Dr.), 75.
BABINSK1 sign, 341.
BACON, George Voux, 218.
Background of Home Rule, 447.
BADEWITZ (Lieut.), account of bringing In

of Yarrowdale, 299.
BAGDAD, proclamation on relations with

England, by Gen. Maude, 308.

See also CAMPAIGN in Asia Minor.
BAKER, (Sec.) Newton Dlehl, statement on

alien enemies, 205.
BALFOUR, Arthur James, letter of thanks

for services of Amb. Gerard, 64; career,

250; visit to U. S., speeches, statements,

&i., 389-405; as Secretary for Ireland. 451.
BALKAN Wars 1912-1913, Greece In, 155.
BANG. (Dr.) J. P., excerpts from book

"Hurrah and Hallelujah," 522.
BARUCH, Bernard M., saving for Govt, on

prices of metals, 234, 3S7.
Battle of Arras, 204, 405.
BATTLES, see CAMPAIGNS; NAVAL

Operations.

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BAUMER, (Dr.) Gertrude, organization of
German women for war work, 354; views
on war work of women, 350.

BAVARIA, Queen of, 350.

BEATTT, (Admiral Sir) David, 87, 439.

BEDFORD, A. C., 387.

BELGIAN Relief Commission, work of, 132;
withdrawal of American members, 2.".7.
See also RELIEF work.

BELGIUM, withdrawal of American Minis-
ter; Amer. statement on German treat-
ment of Minister and relief workers.
237: German occupation of France and
Belgium compared by J. P. Whitaker,
525; report by B. Whitloek on deporta-
tions, 54:!: E. Havenith on illegal property
seizures, 545.

See also CAMPAIGN In Europe. Western;
RELIEF Work.

BELLIGERENTS, table of population and
area, by countries, 261.

BERESFORD (Admiral Lord). 441.

BERLIN, life in wartime, 24.

BERLINER Lokal-Anzelger. quoted on Ger-
man retreat In France, 322, 423.

BERNHARD. Georg, on German-Mexican
alliance, 68.

BERNSTORFF, (Count) Johann von, mes-
senger with Zimmermann note captured,
06.

BETHMANN Hollweg, (Dr.) Theobald von,
extract from speech in Reichstag fore-
shadowing reform, 37; address in Reichs-
tag on break with U. S.. 61; on German
attitude toward league to enforce peace,
116; speech on U. S. declaration of war,
assailing British blockade. 20Ti; message
from Kaiser on reforms, 302: reply to Dr.
Roesicke and P. Scheidemann on war
alms, in Reichstag, 428.

BISMARCK, (Prince) Otto von. and Social-
Democrats, 518.

"Blacks Attack! " 110.

Blame for the Dardanelles Failure, 107.

BLOCKADE, rules In relation to submarine
warfare, by Lieut. Gill. 275, 276.

BLOCKADE, British, comment In Austrian
note to U. S., 105; denunciation by Beth-
mann Hollweg in speech on U. S. declara-
tion of war, 205: Lord R. Cecil's reply
to Bethmann Hollweg, 206; defended by
Repr. Harrison In Congress, 212; views
of Lieut. Gill, :'5.

BLOCKADE, German, see SUBMARINE
Warfare.

BOELCKE (Capt.), 320.

BOLrVIA. break with Germany. 22S. 434.

BOMB plots, 219.

BOPP. Franz, 219.

BOTHA. (Gen.) Louis, achievements In
African campaign, 315.

BOT-ED, (Capt.) Karl, House report on plots,
2 IS.

BRAEMAR Castle (hospital ship), 443.

BRAGADINI. Alvise, 4a5.

BRAZIL, break with Germany: seizure of
interned ships, 228; attitude toward war,
434.

BRENT (Bishop), extract from sermon on
entry of U. S. into war, 454.

BRESHKOVSKATA. Catharine, release from
Siberia. 2.V\ 21N!.

BRIGGS, (Lieut. Gen.) C. J., 10-".

BRINCKEN, (Baron) George Wilhelm von,
219.

BRITANNIC (hospital ship). 443.

British Advance on Bagdad and Jerusalem,
43.

BRITISH Commission, aee ALLIES' Com-
mission.

Vol. XI

British Foreign Policies and the Present War,

2S2.
British Operations at Saloniki, 163.
British Women in War Service, 351.

BROQUEVILLE. Charles de. cablegram to
Pres. Wilson on war message, 225.

BRYCE, (Viscount) James, on U. S. entry
into war, 227.

BULGARIA, population, 157; entry into war.

158.
BUNSEN, (Sir) Maurice de, statement on

German safe conducts for relief ships. 135.
BURIATS, 438.
BUROFF (Gen.), 297.

BUTLER, (Dr.) Nicholas Murray, presenta-
tion of diploma to A. J. Balfour, 402.

BYNG, (Gen.), 270.

CAINE, Hall, on celebration of U. S. entry

into war, 454.
Call to Arms, 3S1.

CAMPAIGN In Africa, progress. 40: dis-
cussed by Major Dayton, 315; Egypt and
Suez Canal, 501.

CAMPAIGN in Asia Minor, fall of Bagdad,
by J. B. W. Gardiner, 29; views of H. H.
von Mullenthin, :!2; editorial comment on
Bagdad. 38; " British Advance on Bagdad
and Jerusalem," 43; success of Russians
In Persia and Junction with British, 249;
proclamation of Gen. Maude to people of
Bagdad, 308; British in Mesopotamia, 500.

CAMPAIGN In Europe, Austro-Italian
border, official summary of progress in
1916, 309; new crossing of Isonzo forced,
423.

CAMPAIGN In Europe, Balkan States, stand
of Serbia at beginning of war, 86; in-
vasion of Serbia. 141; operations of Sar-
rail in Greece, 158; Bulgarian invasion of
Greece, 160; report of Gen. Milne on Brit-
ish operations at Saloniki, 163; first four
months of Serbian fighting, 314; progress
at Saloniki, 423.

CAMPAIGN in Europe, Eastern, success of
von Hlndenburg In Masurian Lakes
region, 85; early campaigns In Poland and
Galicia, 86; Russian front in 1915, 505.

CAMPAIGN In Europe, Western, German re-
treat, by J. B. W. Gardiner, 27; by H. H.
von Mellenthin, 33; "Battles of the
Mnrne. the Aisne, and Tannenberg." by
Maj. Dayton, 81; first battle of Verdun;
French offensive in Alsace-Lorraine, 83;
attack by Senegal negroes described by
R. Elchacker, 110; impressions of F. H.
Slmonds. 119: "Allied Successes In
France," by J. B. W. Gardiner. 246: German
version of retreat, 250; " Battle of Arras,"
by P. Gibbs, 264; "Seven Days' Fighting
at Arras." 267; "Canadians' Achieve-
ment on Vimy Ridge," 270; French of-
fensive near Rhelms, 272: "Great Battle
of Ypres." by Major E. W. Dayton, 310;
Neuve Chapelle, 313; German vandalism
during retreat. 317; German defense of
policy of destruction, 322: " Evcwltness In
Devastated France." by W. Williams, 323;
military results of German retreat, 326;
description of scene of battle on Somme
by British officer, 338; second article by
P. Gibbs on battle of Arras, 405: " French
Offensive on the Aisne." 414: capture of
Vimy Ridge by Canadians, 417; evacua-
tion of Rhelms, 419; strategic value of
German retreat and review of fighting
during month, by J. B. W. Gardiner. 420;
"German Version of the Month's Fight-
ing." 423; at beginning of 1915. .W,;
vandalism of Germans in retreat, 534-543.

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.

D

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
Serbia, 142: German in Rheims offensive,
272; total at Ypres. 310; Austrian In Ser-
bia, 314; J. F. Naumann on German losses
during war, 437.

CAUSES of the War, article by J. Relnach
on German responsibility, 70; Serbia and
Austria-Hungary discussed by W. M.
Petrovitch, 138.

CECIL, (Lord) Robert, reply to Bethmann
Hollweg on British blockade and sub-
marine warfare, 20; on German treat-
ment of African colonies, 435.

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
Russia, 479.

CHERON, Henry, summary of German
vandalism in Somme retreat, 534.

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,
40.

Colossal War Expenses of Great Britain,
Germany, and France, 112.

COLUMBIA University, degree conferred on
Marshal Joffre and R. Viviani, 399; di-
ploma presented to A. J. Balfour, 402.

COMITE National, 544.

Comparative Strength of Navies Today, 05.

CONSCRIPTION, see UNITED STATES—
Army.

CONSTANTINE I.. King of Greece, attitude
toward war, 148; statement to Assoc.
Press on position of Greece, 153.

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,

257.

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-
trality, 57.

DAVIS, Oscar King, on food situation In
Germany, 21.

DAYTON, (Maj.) Edwin W., " Military Oper-
ations of the War," 81, 310. 499.

DELRRUECK (Dr.). tribute to work of wo-
men, in Reichstag, 353.

Democratic Progress in Germany, 301.
DEPORTATIONS, from Roubalx. 526: report

of Brand Whitlock on deportations from

Belgium, 543.
DESCHANEL, Paul, address on entry of

U. S. into war. 466.

Deserter's Wife and Her Dilemma, 115.
DEVONPORT (Lord), on effect of U-boat

campaign, 441.
DE WET, Christian R., failure of rebellion.

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.

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