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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 401 pages of information about New York Times Current History.
President Wilson’s reply
Official summary
I. Acts at Linsmeau and Orsmael. 
II.  Report on Aerschot. 
III.  Destruction of Louvain. 
Further reports
A supplement
Not A word of truth.” 
Germany’s versions
LOUVAIN’S art treasures.

Bombardment of Rheims Cathedral
Pope Benedict silent
Attack not willful
Spare the cathedral.” 
The French are blamed
the damage done.

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Who began the war, and why
The socialistspart

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  How international socialists armed against each other
      “Envoy of my party.” 
      Minister Jules Guesde
      “Revolution!”
      Composure is necessary
      Pressure for peace
      Hugo Haase at Brussels
      Haase in the Reichstag
      German socialists divided.
      Socialists still Germans
      “Critique of weapons.” 
      Socialists of Italy firm
      British manifesto
      Keir HARDIE’S questions
      Reply to minister Grey
      Mr. Macdonald repents.

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.

     Wilhelm II.

     Augusta Victoria

     T. Von Bethmann-Hollweg

     Count Leopold Berchtold.

     Sir Edward Grey

     W.L.  Spencer Churchill

     Rene Viviani

     State councillor Sazonof

     His holiness the late Pope Pius X.

     Woodrow Wilson

     Albert King of the Belgians

     Carton de Wiart

     Philipp Scheidemann

     Jules Guesde

     Emil Van der VELDE

     Keir Hardie M.P.

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WHO BEGAN THE WAR, AND WHY?

THE CASE FOR GERMANY

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SPEECHES BY KAISER WILHELM II.

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From the Balcony of the Palace, Berlin, July 31, 1914.

     A fateful hour has fallen for Germany.

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