New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 2, May, 1915 eBook

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LORD KITCHENER ADVERTISES FOR RECRUITS 2181
ITALY’S EVOLUTION AS REFLECTED BY HER PRESS 3011
THE EUROPEAN WAR AS SEEN BY CARTOONISTS 3051
GENERAL FOCH, THE MAN OF YPRES 3732
CHRONOLOGY OF THE WAR 3963
The New York Times3
A MONTHLY MAGAZINE3
MAY, 19153
ROBERTS OF KANDAHAR.9
The Surrender of Przemysl9
TE DEUM AT HEADQUARTERS.11
COLLECTING THE ARMS.11
WHAT THE RUSSIANS FOUND14
THE JESTERS.16
Lord Kitchener Advertises for Recruits16
Battle of the Dardanelles16
AS THE TURKS SAW IT.16
ELIMINATION OF MINES.17
BRITISH OFFICIAL REPORT.18
THE SCENE IN THE STRAIT.19
Official Story of Two Sea Fights21
OFFICERS.23
PETTY OFFICERS AND MEN.24
HONORS AWARDED.24
BATTLE OF THE FALKLANDS25
BETWEEN MIDNIGHT AND MORNING.30
The Greatest of Campaigns30
LEFT OF KLUCK’S ARMY THREATENED.31
THE ACTION OF FERE-CHAMPENOISE.32
THE OPERATIONS OF THE RIGHT.33
DEPLOYMENT OF A FIRST ARMY.34
DEPLOYMENT OF THE SECOND ARMY.35
THE TRANSPORT OF THE BRITISH ARMY.36
THE ARRIVAL OF THE BELGIAN ARMY.36
THE FRENCH ARMY OF BELGIUM.37
OPERATIONS IN FLANDERS.37
CHECK OF GERMAN ATTACK.38
GERMAN DEFEAT AT YPRES.39
REINFORCEMENTS ARRIVE.39
FEW SENT TO THE EAST.40
THE FRENCH ARMY AS IT IS.41
MANY COLONELS PROMOTED.42
DRILLED BY CONVALESCENTS.43
GERMANY’S GREAT INITIAL EFFORT.45
INITIATIVE LOST BY GERMANY.45
WASTAGE OF GERMAN EFFECTIVES.46
GERMANY’S RESERVES UNTRAINED.47
GERMAN LOSSES 260,000 A MONTH.47
PRAISES FRENCH “SEVENTY-FIVES.”47
FRENCH HEAVY GUNS SUPERIOR.48
FRENCH CONDITIONS IN CONTRAST.49
WEARING OUT OF MATERIAL.49
MORAL WASTAGE.50
LOSSES IN “BATTLE OF CALAIS.”51
SONNET ON THE BELGIAN EXPATRIATION.52
War Correspondence52
Three Weeks of the War in Champagne53
The Germans Concrete Trenches57
The Spirits of Mankind60
I.62
II.63
III.65
IV.66
V.67
VI.68
VII.70
THE RECRUIT.75
American Reply to Britain’s Blockade Order75
Germany’s Conditions of Peace80
The Allies’ Conditions of Peace83
South Africa’s Romantic Blue Paper86
THE BELLS OF BERLIN92
Warfare and British Labor92
SAVIORS OF EUROPE96
Britain’s Peril of Strikes and Drink96
BRITAIN’S MUNITIONS COMMITTEE106
Italy’s Evolution as Reflected in Her Press107
ITALY’S ARMED, ALERT NEUTRALITY.109
BRITISH PROTECTORATE OVER EGYPT.110
THE DARDANELLES.110
VON BUELOW’S WORK AND PLEA FOR INTERVENTION.111
SOME RUSES DE GUERRE.111
(Respectfully submitted to the British Government.)112
Facsimile of a Belgian Bread-Check114
TO A GERMAN APOLOGIST114
America’s Neutrality115
Neutral Spirit of the Swiss121
TO KING AND PEOPLE.123
A Swiss View of Germany123
THE LAND OF MAETERLINCK134
America and Prohibition Russia134
THE MOTHER’S SONG.141
Pan-American Relations As Affected by the War142
I.142
II.147
AN EASTER MESSAGE149
An Interview on the War With Henry James150
A Talk With Belgium’s Governor156
A CHARGE IN THE DARK159
A New Poland160
General Foch, the Man of Ypres169
THE UNREMEMBERED DEAD175
Canada and Britain’s War Union175
ENGLAND.185
American Aid of France185
A FAREWELL.188
Stories of French Courage188
A TROOPER’S SOLILOQUY195
American Unfriendliness195
ENDOWED WITH A NOBLE FIRE OF BLOOD199
Chronology of the War199
CAMPAIGN IN EASTERN EUROPE199
CAMPAIGN IN WESTERN EUROPE.201
TURKISH AND EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGN.203
CAMPAIGN IN FAR EAST.203
CAMPAIGN IN AFRICA.203
NAVAL RECORD—­GENERAL.203
NAVAL RECORD—­EMBARGO AND WAR ZONE.207
AERIAL RECORD.208
AUSTRIA.209
BELGIUM.209
BULGARIA.210
CANADA.210
ENGLAND.211
FRANCE.212
GERMANY.213
GREECE.213
HOLLAND.214
ITALY.214
PERSIA.215
RUMANIA.216
RUSSIA.216
TURKEY.216
UNITED STATES.217
RELIEF WORK.218
THE DAY219
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