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Copyright, 1919, By The Review Of Reviews Co.

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THE AMERICAN
REVIEW OF REVIEWS

JANUARY-JUNE, 1919

The alphabetical arrangement of the subject m
of related topics under such headings as Aviation,
construction, Soldiers and War. So far as space
has been used. For material involving various c
the nation or under the heading, "Peace Conferenc
under the heading, "Portraits."

Letters in parenthesis signify nature of arti
(L) "leading article" (digested from another sou
review.

after is modified in some instances by the grouping
Congress, Europe, Finance, Peace Conference, Re-
permits, cross-indexing of topics to general headings
ountries, it will be best to look under the name of
e." Pictures of interesting personalities are grouped

cle, as (C) contributed article; (Ed.) editorial;
rce); (il.) illustrated; (port.) portrait; (R) book

Pp. 1-112, January; pp. 113-224, February; pp. 225-336, March; pp. 337-448, April; pp. 449-

560, May; pp. 561-672, June.

/advertising in China (L.), 312.
Africa at the peace conference (L), 86.
Agriculture:

'David Lubin. founder of International Institute
(L. 11.), 648.

Farm settlements on a new plan (C. il.), 269,
270.

Resources of United States (C). 411.

Wheat crop and prices (Ed.), 246, 470.
Alcohol, industrial (C). 385.
'Alliances In Scandinavia (L), 87.
Alsace-Lorraine question settled (Ed.), 8.
'Alsatian Protestants (L.), 534.
'American anti-imperialism (Ed.), 228.
Americanization and immigration (C), 512,

(L), 656.
Americanizing New York (C). 517.
Apple orchards in Maine (C. 11.), 278.
Arabia, new nation of (C. il.). 397, 403.
Arabic Syria, Liberation of (L). 90.
Argentina, Spanish culture in (L.), 660.
Argentine view of American Universities (L.), 316.
Armenia, a new state (C. il.). 397. 403.
Armenia's future. Lord Bryce on (L), 307.
Arrhenius, Svante (L), 323.
Aviation:

Aeronautics Department proposed (C. 11.), 489.

Aeronautics, Three essentials of (C. il.), 489.

Air conditions of Atlantic (L), 653.

Air routes over land and sea (C. 11.), 491.

Airplanes for forest patrol (L.). 429.

Airships, New gas for (L. il.), 320.

Air transport (L, il.), 318.

Aviation over mountains (L. 11.), 539, 652.

Aviation photography (L. 11.), 541.

Aviation after the war (L. 11.), 204.

Balloons, New gas for (L 11.), 320.

Camera machine-gun (L. 11.), 542.

Dirigible flight to Newfoundland (Ed.), 583.

Flying after the war (L. il.), 204.

Flying over the Andes (L. 11.). 652.

Forest patrol by airplane (L.), 429.

Helium gas (L 11.), 320.

Ocean Flying (Ed.), 582.

Photography from the air (L il.), 541.

Testing pilot applicants (L.), 651.

Trans-Atlantic flight. First (Ed.), 583.
. Wireless record (Ed.), 582.

,<!akeb, Newton D. The Return of the Soldier
J (C. 11.), 143.
Baltic provinces (C), 265.
Barr. Mrs. Amelia, Sketch of (L 11.), 648.
Barzun, Henri-Martin. French reconstruction
problems (C. 11.), 167; Georges Clemenceau,
Premier of France (C. il.), 61.
Baskerville, Charles. Our chemical industries
1 after the war, 618.
'Belgian Indemnity (Ed.). 457.
Biggs, Hermann M. The recent epidemic of In-
fluenza (C), 69.

Birge, Edward A., Biographical sketch of (C. 11.),
176.
/Bolivia's claims to Tacna-Arlca (L. 11.), 432.
^Bolshevism: an aftermath of autocracy (Ed.),
463.
Bolshevism as seen by Russian (L IL), 311.
'Bolshevism In Russia (Ed.), 348.
Books. The New, 101, 218, 327, 437. 550, 662.
*ojpssom, Alfred C. Sea outlets for new nations
7" (C. il.), 184.

boundary disputes In Europe (C. 11.), 281.
/Bourgeoisie of Europe (L.), 659.
Boy Scouts:

As naturalists (C. II.), 627.
Drive for funds (Ed.). 582.

Why the nation supports the Boy Scouts (C.
11.). 623.
Breshkovskaya, Mme., against Bolshevism (L

• 11.), 311.
Breweries, future of (L 11.). 317.
British (see "Great Britain").
Business:

Commercial relations with Latin America (L),

211.
Industrial education (C), 288.
Localization of Industry (L), 20,7.'
New era of Industrial research (L), 98.

California land settlement (C. II.), 272. •_,
Canada: »"'

After-war problems (C.), 30.

Care of returning soldiers (C.), 177.
Cartoons. 25, 138, 251. 362, 475. 589.
Chemical Industries after the war (C), 618.
Chemist and food problem (C. 11.), 294.
Child labor (C), 630.'

Chilean claims to Tacna-Arlca (L. il.), 432.
China:

Advertising In China (L), 312.

China's future (Ed.), 676.

Chinese back-lands (L), 324.

Wilson's message to China (L), 88.
Church co-operation (C), 633.
Cincinnati's social unit system (C), 523.
Clemenceau, Georges, Premier of France (C, 11.),

51; literary work of (L il.), 326.
Coast patrol by airplanes (C, 11.). 489.
Collins, Francis Arnold. Travel by air routes

over land and sea (C. 11.), 491.
Colonies, Future of German (C), 72.
Colonies (See also "Peace").
Commercial (See "Business").
Compass: the radio compass (L.), 654.
Congress:

Attitude toward peace treaty (Ed.), 577.

Cabinet, new department proposed (C), 187.

Congress (Ed.). 243.

Income tax (Ed.), 244.

Prohibition (Ed.), 579.

Revenue bill (Ed.). 18, 244.

Republican prospects (Ed), 579.

<'ongriiu, Continued:

Senate organisation (Bid.). 578.

Sixty-fifth Congress ends (Ed). 349.

Sixty-sixth Congress personnel (Ed-). 350.

Special session of the Sixty-sixth Cong
(Ed.). 577.

Wire services, return of (Ed.). 578.
Criminals. Preventing development of (L), 649.
Current events. Record of. 21. 133. 247. 358. 471,

584.
Czechoslovaks (C). 267 ; music of (L ID. 547.

Ounu, Jc-»EPBu«. The Navy's new task (ID.

25*.
Danxig. (See "Poland").

Defense, future policy of national (Ed). 465.
Dodge. Homer Joseph. Carter Glass, who took

McAdoo's place (C. ID. 370.
Dodge. Raymond. Mental Engineering during the

war (C>, 504; Mental Engineering after the

war <C). *©«.
Dogs in the war <L). 94.
Dunn. Arthur Wallace A Mitchell Palmer, new

Attorney General (C. ID. 374.
Dutton. Samuel T., Sketch of (C. ID. 480.
Dyes. (See "Chemicals").

Earth'* Age, New light on (L). 325.
Economic situation (Ed.). 351.
Economy. Need of national (Ed.). 465.
Education:

American universities as seen in Argentina
(ID. 316.

Education for Industry (C.). 288.

Gary school system examined (C. ID. 611.
Elliott, Charles Burke. German colonies and

their future (C), 72.
Emeth. Omar (ID, 661.

Engineering by Americans In France (L. 11.), 92.
England. (See "Great Britain").
English-speaking peoples, unity of (Ed.). 3, 576.
Epidemic of Influenza (C), 69.
Europe:

Boundary disputes (C. ID, 281; (Ed.). 346.

Famine (Ed.), 581.

New Nations (Ed.), 458.

Post-war disputes (C), 265.

Sea outlets for new nations (C. 11), 184.

Fas MS, Making over New England (C. ID, 278.

Farms. (See "Soldiers.")

Farrand, Livingston (Ed.). 356: Planning Red

Cross work for peace times (C.), 409.
Ferguson, Meade. Our agricultural resources

(C), 411.
Finance:

Currency Inflation (Ed.), 680.

Financial News, 110, 222, 334. 446, 558. 672.

Government bond Issues (Ed.), 132, 245, 467,
580, (C), 369.

National debt ((Ed.), 468.

Price levels (Ed.), 580; (C), 595.

Rec.o •tructlon burdens, (Ed.), 339, 355.

8llv< - rise of (L.), 201.
_ Tax*.' (Ed.), 576.

War • ,>sts, Payment of (L.). 309.
Finland fighting Russians (C), 265.
Finland territory occupied by Swedes (L ID,

314.
Fisher, Irving. Are prices coming down? (C).

595.
Flume. (See "Peace Conference").
Flanders Fields in (I,.), 435.

Food relief In Europe and Turkey (Ed.), 124, 347.
Food supply, Chemistry in (C. II.), 294.
Forests, Making new, In France (L.), 533.
France:

Claims to Saar coal field (L. ID. 313.

France's eastern barrier (I,.), 628.

France's right to security (Ed.). 453.

French Impression of Wilson (ID, 85.

French program at Peace Conference (C), 261.

Premier Clemenceau (C. 11.), 51.

Reconstruction problems (C. II.), 167.

Reforesting problem (L). 533.

Shipping demand (ID, 310.
Fuller, Raymond U. Child Labor—Now (C.),630.

Cart school system (C. ID, 611.
Germany:

Colonies and their future (C), 72.

Economic outlook (Ed.), 574.

Empire proclaimed 1871 (L. ID, 426.

Germany (Ed.), 125.

Internal affairs (Ed.), 347.

Internal conditions (Ed.), 237.

Germany. Continued:

Mistake In United States policy (L. ID. 421.

Post-war condition of (L.). 306.

Reconstruction problems (ID. 643.
Gibbs. Philip (L. iD, 647.
Gibran. Kahili (L. iD. 212.
Gladden. George Bov Scouts as naturalists (C

ID. 627.
Glass. Carter. Meaning of the Victory Liberty-
Loan (C). 169.
Glass, Carter. Sketch of <C. il_). 370.
Godfrey. Hollia. Training human capacities for

the new era, 2&S.
Goodtll. John M. An apostle of good roads (II.).

302.
Gouraud. Gen. (L ID. 645.

Government ownership political issue (Ed). 353.
Government printing office (L. ID. 89.
Great Britain:

British empire (Ed.). 575.

British navy necessary (Ed). 6.

British Parliament opens (Ed.). 237.

British program at Peace Conference <C). 260.

English labor (Ed.). 238.

Enelish-speaking peoples in harmony (Ed.). 3.
576.

Havaslpai Indians of Grand Canyon (L iD. 95.
Haynes. George Edmund. The Negro at work

(C. ID, 389.
Hebrew university In Jerusalem (ID. 209.
Hindu republic. Last (L.). 208.
Hines. Walker D.. Director-General of Railroads

(Ed.). 132.
Holmes, Henry W. The Gary system examined

(C. ID. 611.
Home, Harold. Why the nation supports the Boy

Scouts (C. il.). 623.
Human capacities. Training of (C). 288.
Hungary under "Reds" (Ed.). 573.

Ideals, Latin versus Teuton (ID. 84.
Immigration restriction (C.). 512.
"In Flanders Fields" (L). 435.
Indians of Grand Canyon (L. U). 95.
Industry. (See "Business").
Influenza epidemic (C.). 69.
-International associations (L), 526.
Italy:

Italian view of world trade (ID. 642.

Merchant marine (ID. 210.

Proposed marine university (ID. 431.

James, Harlkan. A Cabinet Department of Serv-
ice (C). 187.

Jerusalem. Hebrew university in (L), 209.

Jewett, Frank B. Wireless telephoning (C. IL).
500.

Judson, Harry Pratt. A league of nations and
undeveloped states (C.). 383.

Jugoslavs (C). 268; a new nation (Ed.). 455.

Kaempffert. Walormar. The chemist and the

food problem (il.). 294.
Klrchwey. George W. Solving the problem of

the unemployed (C. ID. 521.
Knappen. Theodore MacFarlane. Our mineral

resources (C. ID, 77.

Labor:

Child labor (C). 630.

International movement of labor (L), 544.

Labor movements and reforms (Ed.), 238, 231).

Labor reforms (Ed.), 464.

Labor's rational desires (L.). 527.

Seattle strike (Ed.). 239.

(See also "Soldiers" and "Great Britain.")
Land settlement project (Ed.). 241; (C), 269.

270. (See also "Soldiers.")
Lane, Franklin K. Work and homes for re-
turning soldiers, 269.
Larsson, Carl, Sketch of L. ID. 436.
Latin America, Commerce with (L.), 211.
Latin versus Teuton Ideals (L), 84.
Leading Articles department, 83, 191, 303, 417,

525. 641.
League of Nations:

American opinion (Ed.). 577.

At the Paris conference (C.). 263.

Compared with formation of U. S. (Ed.). 3, 340.
—-Covenant text as first drafted, 413; comment
upon (L.). 417.

Criticism of (Ed.). 344, 354.

Editorial discussion, 3. 234, 340, 354, 458, 569.
576.

Experienced committeemen for (L), 525.

League of Nations, Continued:
-Italian attitude toward League (I-.), 308.

League of Nations (L), 83, 191.

Relation toward undeveloped states (C.). 383.

Some origins (Ed.), 3.

United States advocacy (L), 305.

United States policy (Ed.), 342.
Liberty Loan (see "Financial").
Lincoln tribute by Roosevelt (C), 161.
Lithuania (C), 266.
Low, A. Maurice. President Wilson's service to

the world (C). 66.
Lubin. David (L 11.), 648.

Mcadoo, William G., retires from Cabinet (Ed.),

15.
McCrae. Lt. Col. John, Sketch of (L 11.). 435.
McGilllcuddy, Owen. Canada's care of her sol-
diers (C), 177.
McGrath, Sir Patrick T. Canada's after-war

problems (C), 30.
Maps:

Aero routes In Europe, 204.

Atlantic air routes and distances, 494.

California's land settlement, 274.

Czechoslovakia, 284.

European highway from Baltic to Adriatic, 185.

European railway from Odessa to Atlantic, 181.

Europe's new nations, 284.

Finland. 315.

France, devastated area, 168.

French boundaries of 1815 and 1871. 281.

French porta and bases of U. S. troops, 60.

German territorial losses, 567.

Italian claims In the Adriatic, 283.

Italian territorial gains, 572.

Jugo-Slav territories, 287.

North Sea mine barrage, 537.

Poland, 285.

Prussia, growth of, 282.

Russian boundary of 1914, 284.

Russian Empire, growth of, 286,

Saar Valley coal field, 313.

South Slav territories. 287.

Swedish districts In Finland, 315.

Tacna-Arica territory claimed by Chile, Peru,
and Bolivia, 432.

Turkey, possible division of, 403.

Turkish Empire in 1914, 397.
Marine University, Proposed Italian (L.), 431.
Mead. Elwood. Farm settlements on a new plan

(C. 11.). 270.
Mental Engineering (C), 504, 606.
Merchant marine (Ed.), 132.
Merchant marine In Italy (L.), 210.
Mesopotamia, partition from Turkey (C, 11.),

397 403.
Mine barrage In North Sea (L., 11.), 537.
Mineral resources of United States (C). 77.
"^Monroe Doctrine, Present application of (Ed.),
342; new application of (Ed.). 461.
Museums, Purpose of (L.), 97.
Music of Czechoslovaks (L. 11.), 547.

Nations, League of. (See "League of Nations.")
Naval power and policy (Ed.), 6, 23.

(See also "War.")
Negro, American, at work (C. 11.), 389.
New England farms made over (C. 11.), 278.
New nations, seaports for (C. II.). 184.
New York, assimilation of foreigners (C), 517.

Obituary, 23. 137, 250, 361, 474, 588.
Ogg, Frederic A. Wisconsin University's new
president (C), 176.

Pack. Walter Hikes, biographical sketch (C. 11.),

152.
Palestine. Hebrew state of (C. 11.). 403.
Palmer, A. Mitchell, biographical sketch (C. II.).

374.
Peace Conference:
Africa at (L), 86.
American delegates (Ed.), 11.
American principles accepted (Ed.), 452.
American research for use at (L.), 427.
Austrian delegates' arrival (Ed.), 572.
Calendar reforms and peace conference (L.),

428.
Congress of Nations, Past and Present (C. 11.),

42.
Disagreements (Ed.). 463; (C), 483.
Economic aspects (Ed.). 456.

Editorial discussion, 11. 116, 233, 345. 452, 563.
Europe In transition (C.), 145.
^lume incident explained (Ed.), 571.
French view (L.), 641.

Peace Conference, Continued:

Labor's help (Ed.). 464.

Peace Conference Issues (C), 699.

Peace Congresses, Past and Present (C. II.),42.

Peace, German plans for (Ed.), 451 .

Peace problems (C.), 33.

Peace, United States participation in (L.), 305.

President Wilson at (C), 258.

Simonds' articles on Peace Conference, 258, 376.
483, 599.
Peace Treaty:

Analysis by Mr. Simonds, 599.

Editorial discussion, 563.

Summary of text, 636.
Pearson, T. Gilbert. The case of the brown pell-
can (C. II.), 509.
Peary, Rear-Admiral Robert E. Three essen-
tials of aeronautics (C. 11.), 489.
Pelican, The brown (C. 11.), 509.
Pershing, General John J.:

Own story of American army In the war, 59.

With Pershing In France (C), 57.
Peruvian claims to Tacna-Arica (L 11.). 432.
Philippine Independence (Ed.). 229, 467.
Photography: A machine-gun camera (L 11.).

542; (see also "Aviation").
Poland:

Poland In ferment (Ed.), 127; (C). 266.

Danzig question (L. II.), 532 .

Emergence of the new Poland (Ed.). 454, 565.
Police methods. Preventive (L 11.). 433.
Portraits:

Abbott. Lieut. C. L., 360.

Albert. Krng of Belgium. 24.

Anderson, Mary, 425.

Andrassy, Count (Austria), 48.

Arrhenius, Svante, 323.

Baker, Newton D., Secretary of War, 240, 473.

Barnes. G. N., British Labor Leader. 453.

Barr, Mrs. Amelia H.. 549.

Barton, Dr. James L, 125.

Baruch, Bernard M., 13.

Beaconsfleld, Lord, 48.

Beatty, Admiral Sir David. 7.

Belgium. King Albert of, 24.

Bell, Major-Gen. J. Franklin. 137.

Birge, Edward A.. 176.

Bismarck, Prince, 48.

Bliss, Gen. Tasker H., 10, 128.

Blowes, Lieut., 539.

Borah, William E., 345.

Bourgeois, Leon, 117. 338.

Breshkovskaya, Catherine. 311.

Brockdorff-Rantzau. Count von, 565.

Bronte, Charlotte. 555.

Burroughs, John, 553.

Cambon. Jules. 423.

Cannon. Joseph G., 351.

Cassldy, Lieut. Henry K., 668.

Castlereagh, Viscount, 42.

Cathcart, Viscount, 42.

Cecil, Lord Robert. 117, 338.

Chlnda, Viscount, 388.

Clancarty, European diplomat, 42.

Clark, Champ, 351.

Clarkson, Grosvenor, 240.

Clemenceau, Premier Georges, 2, 53, 55 118,
236. 326.

Congress of Berlin, 48. /

Congress of Vienna, 42.

Corti, Count (Italy), 48. i

Cram, Ralph Adams, 330. {

Crowell, Benedict, 13.

Cummlngs, Homer S., 353. »

Cummins, Albert B., 578. *

Dalberg, Due de (French diplomat), 42. 1

Daniels, Josephus, Secretary of the Na_£, 13,
240, 503.

Dlamandl, M. (Rumania), 338.

Diaz, Gen. Armando, 22.

Dlckman, Major-Gen. Joseph T, 15.

Dmoski. M. (Poland), 338.

d'Oubril. Baron (Russia). 48. ^

Drummond, Sir James Eric, 584.

Dupln, M. (French diplomat), 42.

Dutton, Samuel T., 481.

Ebert, Frledrich. German President, 472.

Edmunds, George F., 361.

Elizabeth, Queen of Belgium. 24.

England. King George of, 7, 232.

Farrand. Livingston, 357.

Fawcett. Capt Roscoe. 360.

Fess, Simeon I)., 243.

Finley, John H.. 666.

Fisher, Lieut A. R.. 360.

Foch, Marshal Ferdinand, 61, 118, 457.

Fordney, Joseph W., 585.

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