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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 322 pages of information about New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 2, May, 1915.

LORD KITCHENER ADVERTISES FOR RECRUITS 218

Battle of the Dardanelles (With Map) 219
  The Disaster that Befell the Allies’ Fleet

Official story of two sea fights (With Maps) 223

Between midnight and morning (Poem) 231
  By Sir Owen Seaman

The greatest of campaigns (With Map) 232
  The French Official Account Concluded

Sonnet on the Belgian expatriation 250
  By Thomas Hardy

War correspondence (With Map) 251

The spirit of mankind 258
  By Woodrow Wilson

What the Germans say about their own methods of warfare” 259
  (With Facsimile Letters)
  By Professor Bedier of the College de France

The recruit (Poem) 274
  By Hortense Flexner

American reply to Britain’s blockade order 275
  By William J. Bryan

Germany’s conditions of peace 279
  By Dr. Bernhard Dernburg

The alliesconditions of peace 282
  By Sir Edward Grey

South Africa’s romantic blue paper (With Map) 284

The bells of Berlin (Poem) 289
  From Punch of London

Warfare and British labor 290
  By Earl Kitchener

Saviors of Europe 292
  By Rene Bazin

Britain’s peril of strikes and drink 293
  By Lloyd George

ITALY’S EVOLUTION AS REFLECTED BY HER PRESS 301

Some ruses de guerre (Poem) 304
  By A.M.  Wakeman

THE EUROPEAN WAR AS SEEN BY CARTOONISTS 305

FACSIMILE OF A BELGIAN BREAD-CHECK 329

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