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TABLE OF CONTENTS AND INDEX
[Titles of articles appear in italics.]
ABDUL Hamid, 60.
Staffordshire, 11; attacks on Paris dis-
1088. AFRICA, Dr. Paul Leutwein on Germany's
need of Central Africa, 1031.
Africa ; CONGO State.
from King George, 1119. ALEXEIEFF, (Gen.) M. V., 1121, 1128. ALLIES' Economic Conference, resolutions,
208: countries represented, 399; speeches of leading statesmen, 923; opinions of Senators Stone and Lodge on effect on
American trade, 926; text of program, 928. Allies of the Future, 1067. ALSACE-Lorraine, addition to France ob
jected to by German Socialists, 74, 79; con quest by Germans discussed by G. F. Guerrazzi, 334 ; part in events that led to war, by N. Kareyew, 510; German dependence on iron mines in Lorraine, 664 ; reunion with France discussed by Dr. Born hak, 681; restitution to France demanded by Pres. Poincare, 789; F. Bac quotes conversation of German Emperor
before the war, 1089. ALTE, Viscount de, 5. America Gives $1,200,000 to Red Cross Work,
304, America Up Against the Wall, 297. AMERICAN Commission for East Prussian
Relief. 1114. AMERICAN Foreign Securities Co., 786. American Note Demanding Redress for Aus
trian Attack on the Petrolite, 951 America's Creed of War and Peace, 736. America's Gifts to War Sufferers, 915. America's International Relations, 646. Amerira's Opportunity, 509. ANDENNE, atrocities in, discussed by P.
Van Dyke, 271. ANDERSON,' W. C., 58. ANDRASSY, (Count) Julius, " The Mistakes
of the Allies," 861. ANDREYEV, Leonid. “A Bugle Call to
Duty," 110; appeal for Russian soldiers,
1074. Appalling Struggle at Fort Vaux, 853. ARABIA, German plans for terminus of Bag
dad Railway at Kuweit blocked by Sheik
Mubarak, 544; comment on revolution, ARCHER, William, “The Sin of Color-Blind
Neutrality," reply to Dr. G. Brandes, 900. ARDOUIN-Dumazet, M.. " The Battle of
Verdun,” 418, 652, 848; “Battle of the
ARMAMENTS, see UNITED States — De
fenses. Armed Liner Issue, 14. ARMED Merchant Ships, see SUBMARINE
Warfare. Armed Merchantmen and Submarines, 32. ARMOR, effectiveness claimed by Dr.
Roussey, 4; for modern soldiers, 123. ARREDONDO, Eliseo, 835. ASQUITH, (Premier) Herbert Henry, ad
dress in Parliament on votes of credit, 49; " The Situation for the Allies," address at opening of Parliament, 96; reply to Bethmann Hollweg's statement of Germany's position, 230; announces casualties in Irish revolt, 412; comment in House of Commons on Battle of Skagerrak, 605; statement on Fryatt case, 1018; “ Britain's Tribute to Belgium," address at eightyfifth anniversary of Belgian independence,
1057. ATROCITIES, text of evidence in German
documents, 271; charge against Russians
by Judge Nippert, 1116. Attack on the Petrolite. 950. Attitude of the American Government Toward
the Belligerents, 293. Attitude of the German Government, 77. AUSTRIA-Hungary, importance to Germany,
150; history of relations with Italy discussed by Ġ. F. Guerrazzi, 332; conditions in Vienna, 507 ; small number of Generals captured by Russians, 600; reasons for movement for separate peace, 789; income tax, 922; importance of navy at Trieste, 982.
See also PETROLITE. Austrian Offensive Against Italy, 645. Austrian Reply to Sir Edward Grey, 859. AVENEL, (Viscount) Georges d', “High
Cost of Living in Germany,” 708. AVERESCU (Gen.), 9. AYLMER (Gen.). 100. AYMERICH (Gen.), mentioned by Earl
BAC, Ferdinand, “The Kaiser's Attitude
Toward France," 1089. BAGDAD Railroad, status, 167; plan of Ad
miral Degouy to cut, 405; policy of Sheik
Mubarak, 544. Bagdad Railway and a Remarkable Arabian
Sultan, 544. BAILEY, Daniel J., release, 832. BAKER, Newton D., estimate of, 2; mobiliza
tion orders, 617. BALFOUR. Arthur James, attack by
Churchill, 8: " What Britain's Navy Has Done,” address in Parliament, 247 : attack by Col. W. S. Churchill, 251: "Freedom of the Seas," 719; "Jutland and the Turn
of the Tide," 1134. BALKAN States, German designs on Turkey
discussed by Count Reventlow, 59; situation summarized by Count Sazonoff, 103; part in causes of present war, stated by N. Kareyev, 510; nationalities discussed by Dr. Born hak, 677 : Serb and Croat rivalry for Bosnia, discussed by Rev. M.
D. Krmpotic, 1078 BALKAN War (1912), purpose stated by
Count Reventlow, 61; statement by G. F.
Guerrazzi. 544. BALLIN, Albert, 1.