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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 369 pages of information about New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 3, June, 1915.
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Start of eBook1
AMERICAN NOTE TO GERMANY 4091
AMERICAN REPLY TO COUNT VON BERNSTORFF 4492
APPEALS FOR AMERICAN DEFENSE 4552
WAR WITH POISONOUS GASES (With Maps)2
DR. HALDANE’S REPORT 4582
WHAT THE GERMANS SAY 4622
VAPOR WARFARE RESUMED 4712
ITALY IN THE WAR (With Maps)2
DECLARATION OF WAR 4902
ITALY’S CABINET EMPOWERED 4912
GERMAN HATRED OF ITALY 4973
THE DARDANELLES (With Map) 5043
ALLEGED GERMAN ATROCITIES3
SCRIABIN’S LAST WORDS 5913
The New York Times4
A MONTHLY MAGAZINE4
JUNE, 19154
THE WARNING AND THE CONSEQUENCE—­7
GERMAN OFFICIAL REPORT.8
BRITISH CORONER’S VERDICT.9
GERMAN NOTE OF REGRET.9
ENGLAND ANSWERS GERMANY.[A]10
CAPTAIN TURNER TESTIFIES.12
SALOON PASSENGERS14
Captain14
Staff-Captain14
Total number of Saloon Passengers 29320
Descriptions by Survivors21
ERNEST COWPER’S ACCOUNT.21
MR. KESSLER’S DESCRIPTION.22
CHARLES FROHMAN’S DEATH.24
VANDERBILT’S HEROIC END.25
KLEIN AND HUBBARD LOST.25
Germany Justifies the Deed26
GERMAN OFFICIAL REPORT.26
BRITAIN’S DENIAL.26
COLLECTOR MALONE’S DENIAL.27
NEUTRALS IN THE WAR ZONE.28
DR. DERNBURG’S DEFENSE.29
German Press Opinion31
GERMAN-AMERICAN PRESS COMMENTS.34
Falaba, Cushing, Gulflight38
THE GERMAN DEFENSE.39
COMMANDER SCHMITZ’S STORY.40
CASE OF THE CUSHING.40
CASE OF THE GULFLIGHT.41
Aim of Submarine Warfare43
THREE SPEECHES BY PRESIDENT WILSON45
I.45
II.49
III.51
Two Ex-Presidents’ Views53
MR. TAFT SPEAKS.56
President Wilson’s Note56
Another View57
In the Submarine War Zone57
American Shipments of Arms58
The American Reply59
Munitions From Neutrals62
Germany and the Lusitania62
Appeals for American Defense66
BY THE NATIONAL SECURITY LEAGUE.67
BY THE NAVY LEAGUE.68
The Drowned Sailor69
War With Poisonous Gases70
THE “EYEWITNESS” STORY.71
WHAT THE GERMANS SAY.75
The Canadians at Ypres76
Vapor Warfare Resumed85
THE “EYEWITNESS” STORY.86
To Certain German Professors of Chemics95
Seven Days of War East and West95
ON THE WESTERN FRONT.96
IN THE EASTERN THEATRE.98
Austro-German Success101
The Campaign in the Carpathians103
THE VICTORY IN APRIL.103
THE GRAND DUKE’S STRATEGY.104
DEFEAT IN EARLY MAY.106
Mr. Rockefeller and Serbia107
Italy in the War107
DECLARATION OF WAR.107
FRANCIS JOSEPH’S DEFIANCE.108
ITALY’S CABINET EMPOWERED.108
ITALY’S JUSTIFICATION.111
German Hatred of Italy116
ITALY’S NEUTRALITY—­THE LAST PHASE116
ITALY AND ENGLAND.118
ADRIATIC PROBLEM.120
ANNUNCIATION122
THE DARDANELLES123
The Landing at Gallipoli124
THE SECOND DISPATCH.126
THE THIRD DISPATCH.129
THE FOURTH DISPATCH.132
THE FIFTH DISPATCH.134
END OF THE THIRD WEEK.136
THE EUROPEAN WAR AS SEEN BY CARTOONISTS138
The Soldiers Pass144
The Great End144
German Women Not Yet For Peace149
Diagnosis of the Englishman150
Bernard Shaw’s Terms of Peace156
A Policy of Murder157
The Soldier’s Epitaph160
The Will to Power160
Alleged German Atrocities163
WARRANT OF APPOINTMENT.163
ARRANGEMENT OF THE REPORT.168
PART I.169
LIEGE AND DISTRICT.170
VALLEYS OF MEUSE AND SAMBRE.173
ANDENNE.174
NAMUR DISTRICT.175
CHARLEROI DISTRICT.176
DINANT.177
AERSCHOT, MALINES, VILVORDE, AND LOUVAIN QUADRANGLE.179
AERSCHOT AND DISTRICT.181
GELRODE.183
AERSCHOT AND DISTRICT.184
MALINES.184
HOFSTADE.184
SEMPST.185
AERSCHOT AND DISTRICT.187
LOUVAIN AND DISTRICT.187
JOURNEY TO COLOGNE.192
TERMONDE.194
ALOST.195
DIARIES OF GERMAN SOLDIERS.196
PART II.202
TREATMENT OF THE CIVILIAN POPULATION.203
OFFENSES AGAINST COMBATANTS.213
CONCLUSIONS.216
SCRIABIN’S LAST WORDS.217
Chronology of the War217
CAMPAIGN IN EASTERN EUROPE217
CAMPAIGN IN WESTERN EUROPE.221
TURKISH AND EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGNS.225
CAMPAIGN IN AFRICA.227
NAVAL RECORD.228
AERIAL RECORD.231
AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.234
BELGIUM.235
BULGARIA.236
CANADA.236
EGYPT.236
FRANCE.237
GERMANY.238
GREAT BRITAIN.240
GREECE.243
HOLLAND.243
INDIA.243
ITALY.244
LUXEMBURG.245
PERSIA.245
POLAND.245
RUMANIA.245
RUSSIA.245
SERBIA.246
SWEDEN.247
SWITZERLAND.247
TURKEY.247
UNITED STATES.248
RELIEF.251
The Drink Question252
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