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With Alphabetical and Analytical Index
THE NEW YORK TIMES COMPANY
INDEX AND TABLE OF CONTENTS
[Titles of articles appear in italics]
ABDICATION, Kaiser's, events leading up
Activities of the Lesser Belligerents, 36.
ADMINISTRATIVE services and depart-
AGRARIAN problem In the Caucasus, 124.
AIR mall service between New York and
AIRMEN, work of British lauded by Marshal
AIRPLANE raids on British territory, repa-
at the Peace Conference, 60.
ALIEN Property Custodian, amount collected
ALLENBY. (Gen. Sir) Edmund, at inau-
ALLIED relief expeditions to Archangel, 203.
ALLIES, appreciation of co-operation of ex-
ALLIES In Siberia co-operating with Japan,
ALSACE, celebration of Its return to France,
AMERICAN Army, length of front held In
AMERICAN Army of Occupation at Coblenz,
AMERICAN Generals demoted at end of war,
AMERICAN theory of reparation that
AMERICAN troops, total transported, 32.
AMNESTY decree of Berlin Government, 455.
Among the Nations, 217.
ANARCHY, conditions of existing In Hun-
ARGONNE-MEUSE battle described In de-
ARMENIA considered with view to America
ARMENIA'S claims in the Peace Conference,
ARMENTIERES, withdrawal of Germans
ARMSTRONG. John S., Jr., American Con-
ARMY courts-martial, 438.
ARMY deaths In American Expeditionary
ARMY of Occupation Inspected by Gen.
ARNHOLD. E., 382.
ASIA, territorial problems following the war,
ASIA MINOR, Greek populations In, 503.
ATLANTIC fleet returns to New York, 249.
Attempt on Clcmcnceau's Life, 27.
AUER, Herr, Bavarian Minister of the In-
BAKER. (Secretary) Newton D., address to
BAKU, rcoccupled by the British, 551.
BALFOUR, Arthur James, career of. 13.
BALKAN Campaign, final, description of,
BALKAN Commission, relief work carried on
BAMMATB, Haidar, "The Caucasus During
BANAT of Temesvar, claimed by the Ser-
BARRETT, (Gen.) A. A., commanding Brit-
BARTENBACH (Capt.), commander of the
Belgium Grants Partial Suffrage for Women,
BELGRADE, sacked and ruined by the Aus-
BENES, Edward, Foreign Minister of
Bavaria, 232; impression produced by
BERNSTEIN, Eduard, 382.
BERNSTORFF, (Count) Johann von, ex-
BEVERIDGE, (Sir) William, reports on food
BISMARCK, Kaiser's dismissal of, 329; proj-
Bismarck's Side of the Story, 334.
BISSOLATI, Signor, warns Italy against ex-
BLISS, (Gen.) Tasker H., American dele-
BLOCKADE in the Mediterranean lifted bj
BOHEMIA, scene of sanguinary engage-
Bolshevism Expounded by Bolsheviki, 277.
BOLSHEVIST military activities against
BOMB conspiracy, 418.
Bombing Germany, 151.
BONN (Prof.), 382.
BORAH, (Sen.) William E., attacks draft of
verts Col. Robin's testimony on Bolshe-
BREST-LITOVSK Treaty, conditions under
BRIEY BASIN, German exploitation, 255.
British Budget, 421.
BRITISH Infantry regarded by Marshal Halg
British Navy Records, 215.
British Pensioners Exceed 600,000, 421.
BRITISH view on reparation to be demanded
BROCKDORFF-RANTZAU, "Germany's at-
BROCKDORFF-RANTZAU, (Count) von,
BROWN, (Dr.) Constantine, report on condi-
BRUCE-LOCKHART, R. H., sent by Lloyd
BRUNSWICK, Germany, Soviet rule comes
to an end, 455.
BRUSSELS, seat of negotiations for exten-
sion of armistice, 26.
BUDAPEST, anarchistic conditions in. 466.
BULGARIA, attempts at rehabilitation in
eyes of the Entente, 4; battle losses, 31;
events that caused withdrawal from the
war, 338; conditions in since hostilities
BULGARIAN Army trapped by allied forces,
BUREAU of War Risk Compensation, 325
CABLES, German, disposition to be made
of. 2; decided not to be prizes of war, 203.
CAINE, Hall, "Bismarck's Side of the
CALCUTTA, disturbances In, 214.
CAMBON, Jules, President of Commission
on Czechoslovakia, 3; sketch of diplomatic
CAMBRAI, France, description of the battle
Canada's Share in the War, 319.
CANADIAN Red Cross Society. 325.
CANADIAN troops, charge that they were
uselessly sacrificed, 20.
CANEPA, Giuseppe, sets forth his country's
claims in Italian Parliament, 57.
CAROLINE Islands taken from Germany by
Case of Northern Epirus, 68.
Caucasus During the War, 122.
CAVALRY, still regarded by Marshal Haig
as a necessary arm in modern war-
fare, 160, 546.
CAVELL, Edith, burial of. In England, 420.
CHAMBERLAIN, Austen, statement in
House of Commons regarding Emir of
the Peace Conference," 69.
claims on American peace delegates, 73.
CHINA'S formal protest regarding Shantung,
China's Part in the European War, 357.
CHINDA (Viscount), Japanese Ambassador
to London, 18.
CHINESE Cabinet resigns, 427.
CHINESE sovereignty, restoration of over
Shantung promised by Japan, 444.
Clemenceau's Would-be Assassin Reprieved,
COBLENZ, Germany, conditions under rule
COFFIN, Howard E., 313.
Conditions in Greater Serbia, 498.
CONGRESS of Vienna in session for eleven
CONSTANTINOPLE, views expressed by
COSSACK troubles with people of the Cau-
COTTIN, Emil, sentenced to death for at-
CRANE, Richard, appointed Minister to
CREDITS to Allies of the United States, 47.
CYPRUS, claimed by Greece in Peace Con-
CZECHOSLOVAKIA, supplied with food by
DAGHESTAN, reorganization of military