New York Times, Current History, Vol 1, Issue 1 eBook

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NUMBER II.

    WHO BEGAN THE WAR AND WHY?

    SPEECHES BY KAISER WILHELM II. 210

    THE MIGHTY FATE OF EUROPE 219
      As Interpreted by Theobald von Bethmann-Hollweg,
       German Imperial Chancellor.

    AUSTRIA-HUNGARY’S VERSION OF THE WAR 226
      By Kaiser Frawz Josef and Count Berchtold

    A GERMAN REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE 228
      Certified by Dr. Bernhard Dernburg, German ex-Colonial
       Secretary

    “TRUTH ABOUT GERMANY” 244
      Attested by Thirty-four German Dignitaries

    SPECULATIONS ABOUT PEACE, SEPTEMBER, 1914 273
      Report by James W. Gerard, American Ambassador at Berlin, to
       President Wilson.

    FIRST WARNINGS OF EUROPE’S PERIL 277
      Speeches by British Ministers

    GREAT BRITAIN’S MOBILIZATION 294
      Measures Taken Throughout the Empire Upon the Outbreak of War

    SUMMONS OF THE NATION TO ARMS 308
      British People Roused by Their Leaders

    TEACHINGS OF GEN.  VON BERNHARDI 343
      By Viscount Bryce

    ENTRANCE OF FRANCE INTO THE WAR 350
      By President Poincare and Premier Viviani

    RUSSIA TO HER ENEMY 358

    “THE FACTS ABOUT BELGIUM” 365
      Statement Issued by the Belgian Legation at Washington

    BELGO-BRITISH PLOT ALLEGED BY GERMANY 369
      Statement Issued by German Embassy at Washington, Oct. 13.

    ATROCITIES OF THE WAR 374

    BOMBARDMENT OF RHEIMS CATHEDRAL 392
      Protest Issued to Neutral Powers from French Foreign Office,
       Bordeaux, Sept. 21.

    THE SOCIALISTS’ PART 397

NUMBER III.

    WHAT AMERICANS SAY TO EUROPE

    IN THE SUPREME COURT OF CIVILIZATION 413
      Argued by James M. Beck

    CRITICS DISPUTE MR. BECK 431

    DEFENSE OF THE DUAL ALLIANCE—­REPLY 438
      By Dr. Edmund von Mach

    WHAT GLADSTONE SAID ABOUT BELGIUM 448
      By George Louis Beer

    FIGHT TO THE BITTER END 451
      An Interview with Andrew Carnegie

    WOMAN AND WAR—­“Shot, Tell His Mother” (Poem) 458
      By W.E.P.  French, Captain, U.S.  Army

    THE WAY TO PEACE 459
      An Interview with Jacob H. Schiff

    PROF.  MATHER ON MR. SCHIFF 464

    THE ELIOT-SCHIFF LETTERS 465
      By Jacob H. Schiff and Charles W. Eliot

    LA CATHEDRALE (Poem Translated by Frances C. Fay) 472
      By Edmond Rostand

    PROBABLE CAUSES AND OUTCOME OF THE WAR 473
      Series of Five Letters by Charles W. Eliot,
      with Related Correspondence

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