New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 3, June, 1915 eBook

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.

AMERICAN NOTE TO GERMANY 409

German embassy’s warning and the consequence 413
  German Official Report 413
  British Coroner’s Verdict 414
  German Note of Regret 415
  England Answers Germany 415
  Captain Turner Testifies 417
  Lusitania’s First Cabin List 418

Descriptions by survivors
  Submarine Crew Observed 420
  Ernest Cowper’s Account 420
  Charles Frohman’s Death 422
  Alfred Vanderbilt’s Heroic End 423
  Klein and Hubbard Lost 423

Germany justifies the deed
  German Official Report 424
  Britain’s Denial 424
  Collector Malone’s Denial 424
  German Foreign Office Note on Neutrals 425
  Dr. Dernburg’s Defense 426

German press opinion
  Comment in Germany and Austria 427
  German-American Press Comment 430

Falaba, Cushing, Gulflight
  Case of the Falaba 433
  Case of the Cushing 434
  Case of the Gulflight 435

Aim of German submarine warfare 436
  By Professor Flamm of Charlottenburg

Three speeches by President Wilson
  “America first”—­Address to the Associated Press 438
  “Humanity first”—­Address at Philadelphia 441
  “America for humanity”—­Address at the Fleet Review in New York 443

Two ex-president’s views
  Mr. Roosevelt Speaks 444
  Mr. Taft Speaks 446

President Wilson’s note 447
  By Ex-President William H. Taft

Another view (Poem) 447
  By Beatrice Barry

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