America's War for Humanity eBook

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HOPED FOR MODIFIED WARFARE1
RELIED ON LAW OF NATIONS1
CHALLENGE TO ALL MANKIND1
MUST ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY2
COURSE WE MUST PURSUE3
ARMY OF 500,000 MEN3
MUST SUPPLY THE ALLIES3
SEEKS FREEDOM OF WORLD4
NO QUARREL WITH GERMANS4
MENACE OF INTRIGUES5
WELCOME TO FREE RUSSIA5
SOUGHT TO IGNORE PLOTS6
FIGHT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS6
SEEK NO SELFISH ENDS6
GERMANS IN AMERICA7
CIVILIZATION IN BALANCE7
CHAPTER I8
BY HON.  JAMES MARTIN MILLER8
WHY I WAS NOT ACCEPTED AS CONSUL TO GERMANY10
WHY WE WENT TO WAR11
WHY WE WENT TO WAR11
WORK OR FIGHT13
RATIONING THE NATIONS14
CHAPTER II.14
MARSHAL JOFFRE IN WASHINGTON19
GERMAN LOSSES TO JULY21
FURTHER GAINS IN FLANDERS21
CANADIAN VICTORIES AT LENS21
FIGHT IN CELLARS AND DUGOUTS22
RUSSIAN VICTORIES AND COLLAPSE23
GERMAN SUBMARINE CAMPAIGN FAILS24
KING OF GREECE DEPOSED25
THE ITALIAN CAMPAIGN26
BRITISH CAMPAIGN IN THE EAST26
WAR MISSIONS OF THE ALLIES26
AERIAL ATTACKS ON LONDON27
AN ESTIMATE OP CASUALTIES27
WHEN THE THIRD YEAR CLOSED27
UNITED STATES WAR ACTIVITIES27
AMERICAN TROOPS IN FRANCE28
U.S.  WARSHIPS BUSY28
FOOD CONTROL BILL PASSED29
INTERNAL HANDICAPS IN AMERICA29
INTERNAL TROUBLES IN GERMANY30
THE POPE PROPOSES PEACE30
CANADIANS HOLD THEIR GAINS31
ITALIANS IN A GREAT OFFENSIVE32
RUSSIAN CAPITAL IN PERIL33
CLOSING IN ON LENS34
MANY GERMANS CAPTURED35
ALLIED GAINS IN THE WEST35
THE FIRST AMERICAN CASUALTIES36
FRENCH TRIBUTE TO U.S.  DEAD36
ITALY INVADED BY TEUTONS37
ANARCHY RAMPANT IN RUSSIA39
SECOND “LIBERTY LOAN” OVERSUBSCRIBED40
BRITISH SMASH HINDENBURG LINE40
AMERICAN COMMISSION IN EUROPE42
BRITISH NEAR JERUSALEM42
WIN AND LOSE AT CAMBRAI42
DISASTER AT HALIFAX43
JERUSALEM CAPTURED BY BRITISH43
WAR DECLARED AGAINST AUSTRIA43
LONG-DISTANCE PEACE TALK45
THE WORLD’S GREATEST BATTLE46
GENERAL PERSHING OFFERS AID46
GERMANY PREPARES TO STRIKE47
OPENING DATS OF THE BATTLE47
ALLIED LINES BEGIN TO HOLD FIRM48
GERMAN DRIVE IS HALTED49
PARIS BOMBARDED AT LONG RANGE50
ANOTHER ATTACK ON AMIENS50
BATTLE RENEWED IN THE NORTH50
SHELLS FIRED BY THE MILLION50
ALLIES CONTROL IN THE AIR51
GERMANS FAIL IN THEIR OBJECT52
BRITISH LOSSES MADE GOOD52
GERMANS START ANOTHER ATTACK52
BOTTLING UP U-BOAT BASES53
GERMAN ATTACK ON YPRES FAILS54
AMERICAN TROOPS IN ACTION55
U.S.  TROOPS BUSHED TO PRANCE55
AN ARMY OF 5,000,000 PLANNED55
DEFEATING THE SUBMARINE DANGER56
AMERICANS PROVE THEIR METTLE56
ANOTHER ENEMY OFFENSIVE57
JULY 4 CELEBRATED ABROAD57
STINGING DEFEAT FOR AUSTRIA57
A WATERLOO FOR THE CROWN PRINCE58
GENERAL FOCH STRIKES58
FOCH A MARSHAL OF FRANCE60
AMERICANS AT FISMES60
BRITISH VICTORY IN THE NORTH60
ALLIED GAINS IN PICARDY60
JOY IN AMIENS AND PARIS61
BOLSHEVIKI EXECUTE EX-CZAR61
CHAPTER III62
AMERICANS CAN FIGHT AND YELL63
A PERSONAL ACCOUNT64
GETTING TO THE FRONT UNDER DIFFICULTIES65
THE BIG DAY DAWNS65
GAS AND SHELL SHOCK65
MARINES ADVANCE UNDER FIRE66
DIGGING IN66
THE SHELLS COME FAST66
A FUNERAL, AT THE FRONT67
IMPRESSION OF A FRENCH LIEUTENANT67
KEEPING THE GERMANS ON THE RUN68
A STRANGER TO HIS OWN CHILD68
WHAT PERSHING THOUGHT OF HIS YANKS69
HEALTH OF ARMY SURPRISING69
ARMY REACHED TOTAL OF 3,66469
CHAPTER IV.70
STORIES TO THE FOLKS BACK HOME70
HUNS CARRY OFF CAPTIVE WOMEN71
MAJOR TELLS HIS STORY71
ENORMOUS NUMBERS OF GUNS72
UNDER ENFILADING FIRE72
ON DEAD MAN’S HILL73
A FIGHTING CHAPLAIN75
TEXAS AND OKLAHOMA TROOPS SHOW GREAT FIGHTING FORM75
OUR COLORED TROOPS WIN CREDIT76
CHAPTER V.76
LIBERTY MOTORS AND AIR SERVICE77
AMERICAN FLYERS DOWN 473 PLANES IN TWO MONTHS77
THE WAR IN THE AIR77
CHANCE OF LIVING NOW78
AIR PLANE’S TAIL SHOT OFF78
JOINS THE SKY FIGHTERS79
LEHR’S STORY79
FLYING AT THE FRONT79
CONSIDERS HIS OWN TACTICS80
MEN DIE IN FAULTY PLANES80
FIGHTS WITH FLYING CIRCUS81
IN THE BIG GERMAN DRIVE82
SEVERE BOMBING BY GERMANS82
COMMENTS ON HIS WAR CROSS83
GREAT FRENCH FLYER BRINGS DOWN83
OTHER CHAMPIONS OF THE AIR83
ENEMY ACES ALSO SCORE84
QUENTIN ROOSEVELT LOSES HIS LIFE84
AMERICAN AVIATOR GETS IRON CROSS84
EYES OF THE ARMY ALWAYS OPEN84
AMERICAN INFORMATION SERVICE CHART84
CHAPTER VI.  CAUSES OF THE WAR85
AMBITIONS OF SERVIA86
AUSTRIA DECLARES WAR87
PLOTS AND COUNTERPLOTS87
HOW WAR WAS DECLARED88
EFFORTS TO LOCALIZE THE WAR88
GERMANY’S ATTITUDE PRO-AUSTRIAN89
GERMAN ULTIMATUM TO RUSSIA90
TO PROTECT BELGIAN AUTONOMY90
SCENES IN PARLIAMENT91
TELEGRAM SENT TO BERLIN91
ENGLAND AND GERMANY AT WAR92
CHAPTER VII.92
THE ATTACK ON LIEGE93
THE FALL OF LIEGE93
PEASANTS AND TOWNSPEOPLE FLEE93
FALL OF NAMUR94
DESTRUCTION OF LOUVAIN95
SURRENDER OP BRUSSELS95
SURRENDER OF CITY DEMANDED96
HISTORIC TREASURES OF BRUSSELS97
HEAVY WAR TAX LEVIED97
BELGIANS RETREAT TO ANTWERP97
THE CITY AND PORT OF ANTWERP97
BLOODLESS CAPITULATION OF GHENT98
THE BURGOMASTER’S APPEAL99
DINANT AND TERMONDE FALL100
BOMBARDMENT OF MALINES100
CHAPTER VIII BRITAIN RAISES AN ARMY101
BRITISH TROOPS LAND IN FRANCE101
FIELD-MARSHAL FRENCH IN COMMAND102
COLONIES RALLY TO BRITAIN103
CANADA OFFERS MEN103
TROOPSHIPS SAIL UNDER CONVOY103
THE FINAL REVIEW AT VALCARTIER104
CANADA FIGHTS AGAINST AUTOCRACY104
INDIAN TROOPS CALLED FOR105
KING GEORGE PRAISES COLONIES106
CHAPTER IX107
VISE ATTACKED AND FIRED108
BATTLES OF HAELEN-DIEST108
ON THE BATTLEFIELD OF DIEST109
THOUGHT THEY WERE IN FRANCE111
TIRLEMONT AKD LOUVAIN111
BELGIANS RETIRE AT LOUVAIN111
TOWN IN PANIC WITH REFUGEES111
TROOPS HINDERED BY CIVILIANS112
ALLIES MEET THE INVADERS112
THE BATTLE OF MONS——­FOUR DAYS OF FIGHTING——­RETREAT OF THE ALLIES113
FIELD MARSHAL FRENCH’S REPORT114
CHOSE A NEW POSITION114
NIGHT ATTACK ON THE LEFT115
GENERAL SMITH-DORRIEN IN RETREAT115
ARMY IN GEEAT PERIL115
RETREAT IS ORDERED116
FRENCH AID IS GIVEN116
GERMANS USE HEAVY GUNS117
ARMY FACED ANNIHILATION117
PRAISES SORDET’S HELP117
TOLD BY A WOUNDED SOLDIER118
DESTROY BRIDGES BEHIND THEM118
WATCH DUEL IN AIR119
OFFICER, SPIKES THE GUNS119
THE BATTLE AT CHABLEROI120
AEROS CONSTANTLY ABOVE120
THE FRENCH IN ALSACE-LORRAINE120
FIGHTING AROUND NANCY121
FRENCH TRAPPED IN ALSACE121
A SOLDIER’S EXPERIENCE UNDER FIRE122
THE REAL TRAGEDY OF WAR123
CHAPTER X123
ALLIES MAKE STRENUOUS RESISTANCE124
RELENTLESS PURSUIT OF THE BRITISH125
MASTERLY TACTICS IN RETIRING126
GOVERNMENT MOVED TO BORDEAUX126
THE FORTIFICATIONS OP PARIS128
FORM LARGE FORTIFIED CAMPS128
GERMAN AMMUNITION CAPTURED129
ALLIES PLAN TO PROTECT PARIS129
CHAPTER XI129
BATTLE OF THE MARNE130
THE CHANGE IN GERMAN STRATEGY131
ALLIES TAKE THE OFFENSIVE131
GERMAN RETREAT IS HASTENED132
TRAPPED IN A SUNKEN ROAD132
SUCCESS OF THE FLYING CORPS133
FIVE GERMAN PILOTS SHOT133
LOSSES AT THE MARNE ENORMOUS134
COUNTRY STREWN WITH DEAD134
GERMAN GUNS ARE SILENCED135
GERMANS LEAVE SPOILS BEHIND135
BRITISH KEEP UP PURSUIT135
RETREAT SEEN FROM THE SKY136
GERMANS ABANDON GUNS136
FIGHTING DESCRIBED BY U.S.  OFFICERS137
THIRTY THOUSAND MEN KILLED137
TURCOS FIERCEST FIGHTERS OF ALL138
NIGHT BATTLE DESCRIBED BY SOLDIER138
COMMANDS ARE WHISPERED139
FIRST SHOT IS HEARD139
ATTACKED WITH BAYONETS139
SCENES ON THE BATTLEFIELD140
FOUGHT ON BEAUTIFUL CHATEAU LAWNS140
A SERIES OF BATTLES141
MANY SANGUINARY INCIDENTS142
VAST GRAVEYARD AT MEAUX142
THE BATTLE AT CRECY142
BRITISH BLOW UP A BRIDGE143
GERMAN LOSSES AT THE MARNE143
FALL OF MAUBEUGE143
CHAPTER XII144
MOBILIZATION WAS SLOW144
ARMY REORGANIZED RECENTLY145
THE RUSSIAN COSSACKS145
RUSSIAN PLAN OF CAMPAIGN146
GERMAN TROOPS HURRIED EAST147
CZAR NICHOLAS AT THE FRONT147
RUSSIA PREPARES TO STRIKE AUSTRIA148
INVASION OF PRUSSIA148
THE FALL OF LEMBERG149
RUSSIAN ARTILLERY SUPERIOR150
LOSSES BECOME HEAVIER150
THE BATTLE BEFORE LEMBERG150
GERMANY RUSHES REINFORCEMENTS151
GENERAL RENNENKAMPF’S DEFEAT151
STRATEGY IS SUCCESSFUL152
AUSTRIA STRUGGLING FOR EXISTENCE153
RUSSIANS AT PRZEMYSL153
ESTIMATE OF AUSTRIAN LOSSES154
RUSSIANS TRY NEW RANGE155
RUSSIAN INFANTRY CHARGES155
GUN BARRELS SIZZLING HOT156
ATTACKS BY RUSSIAN INFANTRY157
MEN PAUSE ONLY TO FIRE157
MACHINE GUN FIRE TELLS157
DEAD MEN COVER ACRES158
CHAPTER XIII158
SERVIA AND ITS ASPIRATIONS160
THE SERVIAN ARMY160
CHANCES AGAINST SERVIA161
AUSTRIANS BOMBARD BELGRADE162
SERVIANS CAPTURE SEMLIN163
CHAPTER XIV164
HAND-TO-HAND FIGHTING164
FRIGHTFUL MORTALITY AMONG OFFICERS164
SAYS GEBMANS FOUGHT EVERY DAY165
HOW IT FEELS TO BE WOUNDED165
HOW GENEBAL FINDLEY DIED165
KILLED FOE IN REVOLVER DUEL166
LITTLE STORIES FROM FRANCE166
SAYS DEAD FILLED THE MEUSE167
DETROIT ARTIST’S NARROW ESCAPE167
SAD PLIGHT OF FRENCH FUGITIVES167
CHAUNCEY DEPEW ON A RUNNING-BOARD168
GENERAL USE OF KHAKI UNIFORMS168
A BELGIAN BOY HERO169
PRINCE JOACHIM WOUNDED169
EX-EMPRESS DEVOTED TO FRANCE170
GAVE HIM A FORK TO MATCH171
DECORATED ON THE BATTLEFIELD171
A “WALKING WOOD” AT CRECY172
CHAPLAIN CAPTURES AUSTRIAN TROOPERS172
A BRITISH CAVALRY CHARGE172
BOY SCOUT HERO OF THE WAR173
KAISER ASKS FOR PRAYERS173
SPIRIT OF FRENCH WOMEN174
KILLS MANY WITH ARMORED CAR174
A GERMAN RUSE THAT FAILED174
IN THE PARIS MILITARY HOSPITAL175
SMOKE AS WOUNDS ARE TREATED175
SPIRIT OF BELGIAN SOLDIERS175
RIFLES USED BY NATIONS OF WAR177
GERMAN UHLANS AS SCOUTS177
FOUGHT WITHOUT SHOES177
KILLED A GENERAL178
HOW A GERMAN PRINCE DIED178
RAILWAY STATION A SHAMBLES178
BURIED ON THE FIELD179
GERMAN LISTS OF THE DEAD179
THE LANCE AS A WEAPON179
GERMAN PLANS WELL LAID180
THE TERRIBLE KRUPP GUNS180
GERMANS DEFY DEATH180
SPIRIT OF GERMAN WOMEN180
FATHER AND TEN SONS ENLIST180
FEARFUL STATE OF BATTLEFIELDS181
PRINCES WOUNDED BY THE FOE182
HOW THE SCOTSMEN FOUGHT182
TWO TRAGIC INCIDENTS182
IN THE BRUSSELS HOSPITALS182
GERMAN WARNING TO FRENCH TOWNS183
MOTORS IN THE RUSSIAN ARMY183
JENNIE DUFAU’S NARROW ESCAPE184
VALLEY OF DEATH ON THE AISNE184
BRITISH AID FOR FRENCH WOUNDED185
COMPARATIVE WEALTH OF NATIONS AT WAR186
CHAPTER XV187
AN ADMIRALTY ANNOUNCEMENT188
LOSS OF THE CRUISER AMPHION189
SINKING A GERMAN SUBMARINE190
CRUISER FIRES ON SHIPS191
A MARVELOUS RESCUE192
THREE BRITISH CRUISERS SUNK192
THE GERMAN COMMANDER’S STORY193
STRIKES THE SECOND CRUISER194
MERCHANTMEN CAPTURED AND SUNK195
GERMAN CRUISERS ACTIVE195
GERMAN COLONY OCCUPIED196
GERMANS SINK RUSS CRUISER196
BRITISH CRUISER HAWKE SUNK196
BRITISH AVENGE AMPHION’S LOSS196
CHAPTER XVI196
A PRACTICAL MAN’S VIEWS197
RUN BY COMPRESSED AIR198
CAN CUT TORPEDO NETS199
SUBMARINE STRENGTH OF THE POWERS199
CHAPTER XVII200
BRITISH ATTACK ON DUSSELDORF200
HEROIC ACTS BY AIRMEN201
A DUEL HIGH IN THE AIR201
HOW A GERMAN AVIATOR ESCAPED202
ZEPPELINS IN ACTION203
AVIATION CAMPS IN EUROPE204
CHAPTER XVIII205
FIGHTING CONTINUOUS DAY AND NIGHT206
REPORTS OF THE BATTLE207
OPENING OF THE GREAT BATTLE207
FATEFUL ENCOUNTER BEGINS209
RHEIMS OCCUPIED BY GERMANS209
HOW THE BATTLE DEVELOPED210
FIRST CORPS MAKES CAPTURE210
NATURE OF THE FIGHTING211
HEAVY BOMBARDMENT BY BOTH SIDES211
CHEERING MESSAGE TO THE FRENCH212
LETTER FROM A GERMAN SOLDIER212
EVENTS FROM SEPTEMBER 21 TO213
ARTILLERY FIRE BECOMES MONOTONOUS214
OBJECT OF GERMAN ATTACKS214
LETTER FOUND ON GERMAN OFFICER215
TELEPHONE AN AID TO SPIES216
REFERS TO RHEIMS CATHEDRAL216
FIVE MORE DAYS OF BATTLE217
AN ALL-DAY ATTACK217
A TYPICAL BATTLE INCIDENT218
TRYING TO ENFILADE THE TRENCHES218
ARMIES IN A DEADLOCK219
A BLAZING VALE OF DEATH220
HEROISM IN THE TRENCHES220
THE GRIM STORY OF SENLIS221
RHEIMS CATHEDRAL DAMAGED222
SAVING THE GERMAN WOUNDED222
SEVEN DAYS OF HELL224
CHAPTER XIX224
THE SIEGE OF ANTWERP225
BRITISH MARINES AID DEFENDERS225
THE FIGHTING OUTSIDE ANTWERP226
FIERCE FIGHT TO CROSS NETHE228
GERMAN GUNS CONCEALED229
MANY HARROWING SCENES229
FOUGHT TO GET ON THE BOATS230
APPALLED BY THE HORROR OF WAR230
A GREAT EXODUS OF INHABITANTS230
CITY ALMOST DESERTED231
KILLED BEFORE HIS WIFE’S EYES231
TAKE REFUGE IN CELLARS232
BURGOMASTER PARLEYS WITH GERMANS232
GERMAN MILITARY GOVERNOR OF ANTWERP APPOINTED—­GERMAN OFFICIAL REPORTS233
CHAPTER XX233
HOSPITALS IN VILLAGE CHURCHES234
MOVED TO HOSPITALS IN CITIES234
HORROR IN HOSPITAL SIGHTS234
GRAVEYARDS ON BATTLEFIELDS235
KAISER INSISTS ON ENTERING235
SURGEONS WIN IRON CROSSES235
REGULATIONS ARE HUMANE TO ALL236
PRISONERS MAY BE CONFINED237
ATTEMPTS AT ESCAPE237
CAPTIVES MUST BE PAID FOR WORK237
BREAKER OF A PAROLE238
CHAPTER XXI238
CALLS IT COMPULSORY SUICIDE239
MILLIONS OF POLES DESTITUTE240
THOUSANDS OF VILLAGES DESTROYED241
RELIEF FOR BELGIAN SUFFERERS242
RELIEF ASKED FOR SERBIA242
GERMAN REPORT OF VILLAGES RAZED243
CHAPTER XXII243
FIERCE FIGHTING IN FLANDERS243
BRITISH WARSHIPS AID BELGIANS244
INDIAN TROOPS IN ACTION245
THE FRENCH CAMPAIGN IN ALSACE245
THE RUSSIAN CAMPAIGN245
THE AUSTRO-SERVIAN CAMPAIGN246
THE CAMPAIGN IN THE PACIFIC246
MAIN FLEETS STILL INACTIVE246
CARING FOR BELGIAN REFUGEES247
MORE CANADIANS FOR THE FRONT247
THE “EMDEN” DRIVEN ASHORE A WRECK248
NAVAL BATTLE OFF CHILEAN COAST248
DAILY COST OF WAR248
TURKEY ENTERS THE WAR248
FOURTH MONTH OF THE WAR249
DECEMBER IN THE TRENCHES250
IN THE GERMAN TRENCHES251
GERMAN ADVANCE HALTED252
PROGRESS OF THE EASTERN CAMPAIGN253
BELGIUM THANKS AMERICA254
GOVERNMENT RETURNS TO PARIS255
BRITISH NAVAL VICTORY256
RULERS AT THE FRONT256
CANADIANS AT THE FRONT258
SERVIANS REOCCUPY BELGRADE259
GERMAN ATTACK ON BRITISH COAST259
BRITISH RAID GERMAN PORT259
U.S.  PROTEST ON MARINE CONDITIONS260
ON THE WESTERN BATTLE FRONT260
NAVAL BATTLE IN THE NORTH SEA261
GREAT GERMAN VICTORY IN EAST PRUSSIA262
ALLIES FORCE THE DARDANELLES262
ADMIRAL DE ROBECK’S TRIBUTE TO THE FRENCH264
BATTLE OF NEUVE CHAPELLE264
GERMAN ADVANCE IN POLAND266
BRITISH RELIEVE THE PRESSURE266
BRITISH AUXILIARY CRUISER LOST267
GERMAN CRUISER DRESDEN SUNK267
THE FALL OF PKZEMYSL267
ENORMOUS LOSSES ON BOTH SIDES270
TERRIFIC FIGHTING IN MIDWINTER271
FRENCH MAKE GAINS IN MARCH271
STIRRING EVENTS OF THE SPRING271
HOW CANADIAN COMMANDER DIED LEADING YPRES CHARGE272
GERMAN DRIVE TO THE COAST273
PRAISE FOR THE CANADIANS274
ALLIED TROOPS AT THE DARDANELLES274
CHAPTER XXIII274
CHAPTER XXIV276
INVASION OF AUSTRIA278
STRUGGLE FOR THE DARDANELLES278
LEMBERG IS RECAPTURED278
HEROIC FEAT OF A CANADIAN279
DEADLOCK IN THE WEST279
FALL OF WARSAW280
BATTLE OF THE BAY OF RIGA280
WHITE STAB LINER ARABIC SUNK281
CHAPTER XXV287
ON THE WESTERN FRONT288
CONSCRIPTION IN ENGLAND288
BRITISH BATTLESHIPS SUNK288
RUSSIA’S WINTER CAMPAIGN289
THE BALKAN CAMPAIGN289
SINKING OF THE PERSIA290
FROM BERLIN TO CONSTANTINOPLE290
CANADIAN PARLIAMENT BUILDING BURNED290
RUSSIAN SUCCESSES IN ASIA MINOR291
GREAT BATTLE BEFORE VERDUN291
GERMAN SUBMARINE ACTIVITIES293
CHAPTER.  XXVI293
CHAPTER XXVII306
STORY OF THE BATTLE.308
CHAPTER XXVIII.312
RUSSIA COMPELS AUSTRIAN RETREAT314
CONTINUATION OF THE GREAT BATTLE316
TRAGIC TALE OF A GERMAN PRISONER317
GERMAN SUBMARINE REACHES BALTIMORE318
CANADIANS STRENGTHEN THEIR FRONTS319
NEW RUSSIAN DRIVE NEAR RIGA319
TWO TEARS’ WAR CASUALTIES319
ITALY AT WAR WITH GERMANY320
RUMANIA ENTERS THE WAR321
RUSSIAN ARMIES ACTIVE321
ALLIED PROGRESS ON THE WESTERN FRONT321
CHAPTER XXIX.333
FRENCH CONTINUE ADVANCE IN APRIL341
CHAPTER XXX341
COMBAT OPERATIONS342
AMERICAN DIVISIONS IN THE FIGHTING343
BATTLE OF ST. MIHIEL344
MEUSE-ARGONNE OFFENSIVE, FIRST PHASE346
OTHER UNITS WITH ALLIES347
MEUSE-ARGONNE OFFENSIVE, SECOND PHASE348
DIVISIONS IN BELGIUM349
MEUSE-ARGONNE—­LAST PHASE350
OPERATIONS EAST OF THE MEUSE351
RELATIONS WITH THE ALLIES351
STRENGTH352
CHAPTER XXXI352
AMERICAN TROOPS ON ALL FRONTS352
CHANGES COME FAST AND FURIOUS353
FERDINAND FALLS FROM THE WAR WAGON353
PRINCE MAX WRITES A NOTE355
FIRST HUN CRY FOR PEACE355
VIRTUE, VICE AND VIOLENCE356
RESULTS OF A FEW BUSY MONTHS356
OPENS UP THE DARDANELLES357
AUSTRIA SURRENDERS357
THE KILLING OF TISZA358
TERMS PREPARDED FOR GERMANY359
ARMISTICE SIGNED BY GERMANY359
CLOSING DAYS OF HOHENZOLLERN REIGN360
FINAL ACT OF THE HUN AT SEA361
FOLLOWING THE DAYS OF RECKONING361
AMONG THE LAST SHOTS FIRED362
AT THE ELEVENTH HOUR363
THE ALL PULL TOGETHER SHOT363
AT THE END OF THE WORLD WAR363
THE CROWNING HUMILIATION365
CHAPTER XXXII366
NEARLY 28,000,000 WORKERS366
OTHER ORGANIZATIONS ACTIVE367
ALL PULL TOGETHER368
ALL MODERN IDEAS368
CARING FOR THE BOYS368
WOUNDED YANKS ARE CHEERFUL369
BOY SCOUTS PLAY THEIR PART WELL369
BOYS HELP MOST WONDERFUL369
THIRTY-THREE Y.M.C.A.  WORKERS GIVE LIVES IN WAR370
GREATEST MAIL SERVICE IN THE WORLD370
GERMANS ABANDONED MUCH EQUIPMENT370
CHAPTER XXXIII.370
THE NATION LISTENS AND APPLAUDS371
PRESIDENT MAKES ARMISTICE PUBLIC371
TERMS OF THE ARMISTICE371
MUST SURRENDER MILITARY SUPPLIES372
MUST REVEAL ALL MINES373
REPATRIATION AND REPARATION374
EVACUATED ALL BLACK SEA PORTS375
PRESIDENT’S COMMENT ON ARMISTICE376
GERMAN MALTREATMENT OF PRISONERS378
CHAPTER XXXIV.378
SERVICE MEDAL TO GENERAL PERSHING378
PERSHING’S SPLENDID RECORD379
HONORS TO MARSHAL FOCH379
MARSHAL FOCH’S RECORD380
GENERAL PERSHING’S THANKSGIVING ADDRESS381
THE HOMECOMING OF KING ALBERT382
AMERICA’S TREMENDOUS ACHIEVEMENT BEHIND THE LINES383
AMERICAN FORCES AND CASUALTIES384
TOTAL OF CIVIL WAR CASUALTIES COMPARED ARE AS FOLLOWS385
BRITISH, FRENCH AND ITALIAN LOSSES385
CANADA’S CASUALTIES385
GERMAN LOSSES385
TOTAL LOSSES386
GERMANY’S NAVAL SURRENDER386
FORMER KAISERIN WEEPS386
FORMER KAISER’S ACT OF RENUNCIATION387
PERSHING PAYS TRIBUTE TO HIS MEN387
CHAPTER XXXV.387
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