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(Figures in italics refer to Appendiz)

Africa, 158
Agassiz, 20
Aid and comfort to enemies, giving,
defined, 56
Algonquin, sinking of the, 46
Alien enemies, proclamation relating
to, 205
Alliances, entangling, 111
Allies, help from United States, 132
Alsace-Lorraine: *
Bitterly opposed to Prussian gov-
ernment, 75
Germany refuses to give up, 96
Zabern incident, the, 75
America, example of, 79
America First, 81–89, 41
American:
Constitution, framers of, 33; text
of, 9–28
History, fascination of, 82
Principles, defense of, 125
Revolution, memories of, 81
Spirit, meaning of, 91
Wealth, 95 -
Americanization, as regards immi-
grants, 97
Anarchy, 160
Ancona case, the, 53
Anglo-Saxon civilization, 158
Annexations, Germany's
for, 69
“Anzacs,” 158
Appropriations of public moneys, 206
Arabic, sinking of the, 179, 54
Arcadia, 22
Aristotle, 20, 31
Armistice, terms of, 257, 104
Arras, battle of, 6
Asturias, sinking of the, 45
Austria-Hungary:
America declares war against, 203

schemes

Demands upon Serbia, 144, 73
Endorses Germany's submarine
policy, 137
Australia, 158
Autocratic governments, not to be
trusted, 134
Aztec, sinking of the, 46

Bacon, Lord, 37
Balance of power, 106, 171, 175, 42
Bailli of Mirabeau, 44
Balkan states:
Problems of, 152, 198, 199, 210, 221
Ruled by German Princes, 144
Banking system of U. S. reorganized,
66
Bavarian king, extract from speech
by, 66
Belgium:
Invasion of, 156, 171, 178
Relief ships of, sunk, 45
Restoration of, 225
Berlin to Bagdad Railway, 185, 70, 74
Bernhardi, von, “mouthpiece of the
Prussian military caste,” 56
Bernstorff, Count von, dismissed by
President Wilson, 55, 57, 58
Bethlehem Steel Works, 58
Bethmann Hollweg, fall of, 62
Bill of Particulars, 64
Bismarck, 176, 60, 61, 67
Boers, the, 25, 32
Bolshevik Party, 94
Bopp, consul-general, conviction of, 51
Bourdaloue, 26, 82
Boy-Ed, conspirator, 57
Brandenburg, 174
Brest-Litovsk, parleys at, 209, 210.
220, 231, 94; treaty annulled, 105
Britannic, sinking of the, 45
British constitution, 27

British Labor Party, 100
Browning, Robert, 38
Bucharest, peace of, 243
Terms broken, 105
Bundesrat:
Body through which Kaiser con-
trolled Germany, 61
Composition of, 61
Real power in German parliament,
the, 61
Bunker Hill, 158

Canada, 158
Capital and labor, question of, 191
Caribbean, danger of German naval
base in, 176
Carlyle, Thomas, 36
Central Powers:
A single power, 146
Signifies desire to discuss peace, 102
Text of note from, 115
Charles V, 26
City of Memphis, sinking of the, 264
Cleveland, Grover:
Message of Washington,
49-58, 38
Biography of, 38
Columbus, 27
Commercial Enterprises of the
United States, 67
Communism, meaning of, 46
Concert of powers, 111, 99
Congress of the United States, extra-
ordinary session of, 126
Congress of Vienna, The, 201,
Conquest, not sought for by the
United States, 137
Constitution, American, 91, 122, 164,
35
Countries controlled by Germany, 186
Court of review, 56
Credit, granting to government, 131
Czecho-Slovaks, 93
Czernin, Count, 219, 225

The,

Daughters of the American Revolu-
tion, address of President Wilson
before, 81-89

Days of 1776, 71
Declaration of Independence, 66, 74
Defense, national, demands of, 169
Dekker, old dramatist, 32, 34
Delcassé, French minister,
from office by Germans, 106
Democracy:
Commands of, 101
“Disease of,” 24
Faith in, 98
Sacred mystery of, 97
World to be made safe for, 137
Diplomatic relations, severance of
between United States and Ger-
many, 113, 116
Dirigibles, 161
Disloyalty, repression of, 139
Divine right of kings, 180, 80
“Dollar diplomacy,” 68
Dominion, not sought by United
States, 137
Duties of the Citizen, The, 163-181

driven

Eckhart, von, German minister to
Mexico, 103
Effrontery, German official, 59
Stated, 134, 135, 142, 160, 51,
67, 59
Emancipation of the Jews, 30
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 43
Enemies of the Government, 205
Enemy aliens, proclamations relat-
ing to, 205
England, acquisition of colonies, 175
English blockade, the, 44
Entangling alliances, 111
Equality:
Of nations, 107
Of rights, 107
Of territory, 107
Equipment of United States navy,
131
Equitable taxation, 131
Espionage by Germany in United
States, 134, 135, 142, 160
Europe, racial and political units of,
145

Falaba, sinking of the, 179
Federal Reserve Act, 40
Feudalism, making its last stand, 160
Finland, 231
First Napoleon, 44
Flag, American:
Meaning of, 70
Of humanity, 73
Flag Day Address, 141-150
Foch, Marshal, 257, 104
France:
Acquisition of colonies, 175
Colonies of, in Africa, 106
Revolution in, 44, 35
Frederick the Great, 171, 47, 48, 62,
67, 81
Free governments, 45
Freedom:
Of life, 107
Of the seas, 109, 112, 114, 127, 151
French Revolution, 44, 35
Frye, sinking of the, 120

Genghis Khan, 172, 81
George, David, Lloyd, 1-8; 105
German Colonies, disposition of, 221
Germany:
Armistice terms, 259
Autocracy in, 43, 62
Allies of, 161
A natural foe to liberty, 136
Commercial position of, 183
Conceptions and plans, quotations
showing, 64 f.
Condominium, Germany sets up,
97.
Constitution of, 60
Criminal intrigues of, in United
States, 135, 143, 149, 179, 187
Cruisers of, in the Dardanelles, 76
Enemy of four-fifths of the world,
152
Fall of government, 259
Foments Hindu plots on Pacific
coast, 72
Incites plots in Mexico against
Unites States, 136

Industrial development of, 77
Insults and aggressions of, 142
Irresponsible government in, 138
Military statesmen of, 146
Mobilization of army of, 60
Objects in war, 230, 232
Outlines peace plan 146
Plots in, 58, 71
Press of, 121
Ruthless naval program of, 117, 119
Social democratic party in, 78, 79
Socialists in, 148
Spies in her Embassy at Washing-
ton, 142
Secret service, 58
Strong peace party in, 49
Submarine policy of, concerning
Great Britain and Ireland, 119
United States friendship for people
of, 117, 133
Word of present rulers of, not to be
taken, 154
Gloucester Castle, sinking of the, 45
Gompers, Samuel, 188, 58
Government:
By consent of the governed, 107,
112
Granting credit to, 131
Great Frederick, 174
Grey, Viscount, 99
Gulflight, sinking of the, 179

Hague, The, peace conferences at,
170, 50, 73, 82
Hamburg to Persian Gulf, control of
desired by Germany, 146
Healdton, sinking of the, 46
Henry, Patrick, 158
Hertling, von, 220, 222, 63
Hindenburg line, 4
Hindenburg, von, Marshal, 5
Hohenzollern:
Hereditary policy of, 173
House of, 81
Rulers of Europe, 70
Holland, acquisition of colonies, 175
Holy Roman Empire, The, 32

Hospital ships sunk by Germany, 127
Housatonic, sinking of the, 120, 46
House and Senate, members of, 65
House, Colonel, 187, 83
Hudson, George, railway king, 42, 37
Huerta, U. S. refuses to recognize, 100
Humanity, cause of, for America, 85,
110
Hyphenated Americans, 94

“Ichabod,” 29
Igel von, 57
Immigrants, instruction of, 93, 95
Indemnities, not sought by United
States, 137
Independence Square, 70
India, German schemes about, 72
India and Egypt, Germany plots re-
bellions in, 144
Industrial Workers of the World, 83
International laws:
Reasons for origin of, 127
Reconsideration of, 109
Violation of, by Germany, 113, 119,
128, 159, 160, 171, 175
International obligations, America's,
103
Intrigue, German, in United States,
135, 143, 149, 179, 187

Japan, 142
Jellaladeen, Persian poet, 32
Jugo-Slavs, 93

Kaiser, the:
Autocratic authority of, 49
Extracts from speeches of, 66
Kerensky government driven out, 94
Kings, divine right of, 180, 80
“Kultur,” 174, 80

Lafayette, Marquis de la, 52, 158
Lamb, Charles, 190
Lane, Franklin K., Why We Are at
War, 156-162, 79; biography, 79
Lansing, Robert, 155, 83
Laws, international, 109

Lazarus and Dives, 26, 33
League of Honor, 134, 135
League of nations, 221, 244, 245
Lexington, 158
Liberty:
Principles of, 83
Statue of, 83
Liberty Loan, 229, 240
Liege, treaty torn to pieces at, by
Germany, 157
Limitation:
Of armies, 109
Of navies, 109
Lincoln:
Biography of, 29
Gettysburg address, 17, 80
Preserver of republic, 62
Second inaugural address, 56
Loans, Liberty 229, 240
Loans, vast, not desirable, 131
Louis Napoleon, 42
Lowell, James Russell:
Address on Democracy, 19–48, 31
Biography, 30
Lusitania, sinking of the, 159, 179,
54, 57
Luxemburg, invasion of, 171
Lyman M. Law, sinking of the, 120,
46

“Made in Germany,” 184
Magna Charta, 98
Mahomet, 158, 160
Massachusetts, state, of, 22, 36, 31
Material resources, mobilization of,
131
Maxmilian, chancellor, resigns, 105
Meaning of the Declaration of Inde-
pendence, The, 63–74, 40
Mediterranean, Germany's submar-
ine policy concerning, 126
Mercier, Cardinal, 158
Message of Washington,
49–58, 38
Message to Congress, 113-118
Mexico:
Attitude of U. S. to, 250

The,

Disorders in, fomented by Ger-
many, 51, 103
Insults U. S. flag, 101
Loss of lives of foreigners in, 69
Loss of property of foreigners in, 69
Mexico and Japan, 142, 160, 179
Michaelis, Chancellor, 63, 70
Middle Europe, the projected, 74, 75
Military masters of Germany:
See their mistake, 147
War begun by, 144
Mines, laying of in neutral waters,
156 -
Misprision of treason, penalty for, 55
Mob spirit, 191
Mobilization of material resources,
131
Monroe Doctrine:
Germany's feelings concerning, 176
Imperilled by Germany, 177, 178, 78
Meaning of, 111, 170, 95
Note on, 43
President Wilson urges support of,
103
Supported by British fleet, 170, 175
Monroe, James, President, 111
Montesquieu, 26, 32

National workshops, 26, 32
Navagero, Bernardo, 25
Naval program, Germany's, 117
Navy, United States, equipment of,
131
Neutrality:
A negative word, 84
Armed, 122, 129
Character of, 114
No longer feasible in United States,
133
Violated by Germany, 178
Neutral nation, rights as, 121
New Jersey, woman suffrage in, 88
New Zealand, 158

“Nicky” and “Willy,” czar and
kaiser, 63
Nippold, Professor, remarks on

jingoism in Germany, 67, 68

Non-combatants, rights of, 125
Oath of Allegiance:

Meaning of, 75

Quoted, 169
Objectives of America, 194
Organization of material re-

sources, 131
Ottoman Empire, 221
Our Responsibilities as a Nation, 59-62

Paine, Thomas, 33
Palermo, 120
Panama canal, the, 176, 40
Pan-American agreement, 254
Pan-Germans, 186, 187, 68, 70
Papen, von, 51, 57
Parker, Theodore, 32, 30, 34
Peace, as outlined by Germany,
146, 148
Peace drives, 249
Peoples' war, 241
Persia, German schemes, 232
Persia, sinking of the, 179
Peter the Great, 51
Piave, failure of Austrian offensive
at, 93
“Place in the sun,”
176, 67
Plato, 20, 31
Plots, German, 58, 71
Poison gas, 161
Poland, restitution of, 108, 152, 221,
225
Polish language, use of forbidden
by Germany, 76
Pope Benedict XV, 151
Portugal, acquisition of colonies, 175
Potsdam, 2
Powers of the world, America's
relations with, 60
Priestly, Joseph, 30, 33
Principle, American, 84
Program of the World's Peace,
209-218
Proudhon, 26, 32
Prussia.
Constitution of, 48

Germany's,

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