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VORWERK (Pastor), 522.
reserve auxiliary fleet, 60; strength
strength discussed by Lieut. Gill, 490.
commercial treaty: recognition of new
road Commission to, 487.
matic relations, 437.
Hollweg in Reichstag on break in dip-
WALKER, J. Bernard, 441.
by J. E. Charles on Val-de-Grace, 512.
lems of Mothers," 319.
French War Commission to tomb: ad-
in House by Vice Premier Viviani, 396.
Dardanelles report, 508.
See also FOODSTUFFS.
League That Failed," 116.
in France and Belgium,” 523.
gium, 237; report on Belgian deportations,
designation of France Day, 393,
ter sketch, 14; supreme direction of mili-
at Potsdam in 1891, 520.
in Congress, reply to La Follette, 211.
Devastated France," 323.
VACUUM (oil tanker), loss, 442.
lightening the World,” J15.
251, 317-326, 534-513.
ship of war party, by A. T. Polyzoides,
153; Provisional Govt., 157.
inaugural address, 36; text of message to
as head of French War Commission,
statements, speeches, &c., 389-405.
Women of the War. 20.
419. WOODBERRY, George E., poem, ' A Song
of Sunrise," 303. WOUNDED, see RELIEF Work. WOUNDS, value of helmets and need of other
protection against, 472. Writing War History in France, 304. WUNNENBERG, Charles, 218.
people, 198; economies proclamation, 200; reception in Europe of war message, congratulations of heads of Govts., 222; reply to Pres. Poincare, 223; reply to King George, 225; proclamation of conscription law, 381; conference with A. J. Balfour, 391; war message read in N. Y. schools, 393; visit to gallery and floor of House, 399; Dr. Roesicke on attitude toward Hohenzollerns, 426; tribute by A. Millerand, 455; Lord Crewe
reason for patience with Germany, 462; view of H. H. Asquith on patience, 463; editorial in London Telegraph on message calling for war, 464 ; editorial in Le Temps on action, 467; criticised by press in
Germany; criticism by Dr. Kaempf, 469; demonstration in Warsaw over address to Senate,
489. WINAWER (M.), appointed to Russian Sen
ate and Supreme Court, 296. Wind of Freedom, 239. WINNIG, August, “War's Effects on Wom
an's Status, 358. WIRELESS Telegraphy, seizure of stations
by Govt., 232. WOLFF, Theodor, on German-Mexican al
liance, 67. WOLPERT (Capt.), 219. WOMAN Suffrage, promised to Russian
women by Prince Lvoff, 200. WOMEN, battle between feminism and
militarism, discussed by Countess of Warwick, 349; terms of employment in British war service, 351; “ German Women as War Workers,” 353; comment by editor on numbers employed in belligerent countries; article by A. Winnig on
* War's Effects on Woman's Status," 358 ; charges of brutality of Germans to British prisoners, 521.
YARROWDALE (S. S.), detention of prison
ers, 42; report of case in Congress, 221; German official statement on capture; accounts by Lieut. Badewitz and others,
299. YEROFEIFF (Gen.), 297. YOSHIHITO (Emperor of Japan), greeting
to Pres. Wilson, C9. Your Flag and My Flag, 255.
BALFOUR, Arthur J., 204, 394.
ZASSULITCH, Vera, 258.
and death, 41. ZEPPELIN Raids, see AERONAUTICS. ZIMMERMANN, (Dr.) Alfred, proposal for
German-Mexican-Japanese alliance, 05; report of plot, in Congress, 222; defense of plot, 236; on sinking of Dutch ships,
MCADOO, William Gibbs, 474.
AIRSHIPS for Hunting U-Boats, 285. AMERICAN Luncheon Club Banquet Cele
brating Entrance Into War, 475. AVIATION Camp at Saloniki, 142. BAPAUME Ruins, 316. BATTLESHIP Plans, 95-103. CANADIAN Charge at Vimy Ridge, 458. COUCY-le-Chateau, Before Invasion, 522;
After German Retreat, 523. CZAR'S Portrait Torn from Duma, 507. DANISH West Indies, Purchase, 236 ; Taking
Possession, 237. FRENCH Naval Gun, 99. FRENCH “ Tank Used in Attack on St.
Quentin, 269. GERMAN Retreat, Destruction of Towns,
316-317. GERMAN War Medals, 347-348. GERMAN Women in Gun Factory, 357.
AISNE Front, 272.
ITALIAN Mine Layer, 95.
ficer, 127. UNITED STATES Government Loan to Al
lies, 474. WEST POINT Troops Keviewed by Marshal
SALONIKI, Inner Defenses, 159.
CARTOONS-109, 171-190, 361-380, 533, 551-570.
Motor Plow Used by the Germans to Cultivate Every Available Foot of Soil Back of the Firing Line
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