Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights
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Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights
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Table of Contents
  • KELLY MILLER'S HISTORY
  • The World War
    • Human Rights
      • KELLY MILLER, A.M., LL.D.
        • THE NEGRO'S PART IN THE WAR
      • THE NEGRO'S PART IN THE WAR
    • KELLY MILLER, A.M., LL.D.
      • THE NEGRO'S PART IN THE WAR
    • THE NEGRO'S PART IN THE WAR
    • GENERAL PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
      • CHAPTER I
        • INTRODUCTORY
        • CHAPTER II
        • GEN. PERSHING'S OWN STORY
        • CHAPTER III
        • PRESIDENT WILSON'S REVIEW OF THE WAR
        • CHAPTER IV
        • THE FLASH THAT SET THE WORLD AFLAME
        • CHAPTER V
        • WHY AMERICA ENTERED THE WAR
        • CHAPTER VI
        • THE THINGS THAT MADE MEN MAD
        • CHAPTER VII
        • THE SLINKING SUBMARINE
        • CHAPTER VIII
        • THWARTING THE U-BOAT
        • CHAPTER IX
        • THE EYES OF BATTLE
        • CHAPTER X
        • WAR'S STRANGE DEVICES
        • CHAPTER XI
        • WONDERFUL WAR WEAPONS
        • CHAPTER XII
        • THE WORLD'S ARMIES
        • CHAPTER XIII
        • THE WORLD'S NAVIES
        • CHAPTER XIV
        • THE NATIONS AT WAR
        • CHAPTER XV
        • MODERN WAR METHODS
        • CHAPTER XVI
        • WOMAN AND THE WAR
        • CHAPTER XVII
        • THE TERRIBLE PRICE
        • CHAPTER XVIII
        • THE WORLD RULERS AT WAR
        • CHAPTER XIX
        • THE WAR'S WHO'S WHO
        • CHAPTER XX
        • CHEMISTRY IN THE WAR
        • CHAPTER XXI
        • OUR NEIGHBORING ALLY
        • CHAPTER XXII
        • THE HEROIC ANZAC
        • CHAPTER XXIII
        • AMERICA STEPS IN
        • CHAPTER XXIV
        • UNCLE SAM TAKES HOLD
        • CHAPTER XXV
        • A GERMAN CRISIS
        • CHAPTER XXVI
        • UNCLE SAM AND THE NEUTRALS
        • CHAPTER XXVII
        • THE ACTIONS OF THE WAR
        • CHAPTER XXVIII
        • AMERICAN FORCES BECOME FACTOR
        • CHAPTER XXIX
        • AMERICANS TURN WAR'S TIDE
        • CHAPTER XXX
        • VICTORY—PEACE
        • THE NEGRO IN THE WORLD WAR
      • INTRODUCTORY
      • CHAPTER II
      • GEN. PERSHING'S OWN STORY
      • CHAPTER III
      • PRESIDENT WILSON'S REVIEW OF THE WAR
      • CHAPTER IV
      • THE FLASH THAT SET THE WORLD AFLAME
      • CHAPTER V
      • WHY AMERICA ENTERED THE WAR
      • CHAPTER VI
      • THE THINGS THAT MADE MEN MAD
      • CHAPTER VII
      • THE SLINKING SUBMARINE
      • CHAPTER VIII
      • THWARTING THE U-BOAT
      • CHAPTER IX
      • THE EYES OF BATTLE
      • CHAPTER X
      • WAR'S STRANGE DEVICES
      • CHAPTER XI
      • WONDERFUL WAR WEAPONS
      • CHAPTER XII
      • THE WORLD'S ARMIES
      • CHAPTER XIII
      • THE WORLD'S NAVIES
      • CHAPTER XIV
      • THE NATIONS AT WAR
      • CHAPTER XV
      • MODERN WAR METHODS
      • CHAPTER XVI
      • WOMAN AND THE WAR
      • CHAPTER XVII
      • THE TERRIBLE PRICE
      • CHAPTER XVIII
      • THE WORLD RULERS AT WAR
      • CHAPTER XIX
      • THE WAR'S WHO'S WHO
      • CHAPTER XX
      • CHEMISTRY IN THE WAR
      • CHAPTER XXI
      • OUR NEIGHBORING ALLY
      • CHAPTER XXII
      • THE HEROIC ANZAC
      • CHAPTER XXIII
      • AMERICA STEPS IN
      • CHAPTER XXIV
      • UNCLE SAM TAKES HOLD
      • CHAPTER XXV
      • A GERMAN CRISIS
      • CHAPTER XXVI
      • UNCLE SAM AND THE NEUTRALS
      • CHAPTER XXVII
      • THE ACTIONS OF THE WAR
      • CHAPTER XXVIII
      • AMERICAN FORCES BECOME FACTOR
      • CHAPTER XXIX
      • AMERICANS TURN WAR'S TIDE
      • CHAPTER XXX
      • VICTORY—PEACE
      • THE NEGRO IN THE WORLD WAR
      • CHAPTER I.
        • INTRODUCTORY.
        • THE GERMAN STATES.
        • THE RISE OF PRUSSIA.
        • THE DAYS OF BISMARCK.
        • THE GERMAN EMPIRE.
        • DEVELOPMENT OF THE EMPIRE.
        • BUILT ON A FOUNDATION OF SAND.
        • WILLIAM II.
        • ACTIVITIES IN WHICH HE WAS INTERESTED.
        • PAN-GERMANISM.
        • OUTWORKINGS OF THE PLOT.
        • PROBLEMS TO BE SOLVED.
        • THE REAL CAUSES OF THE WAR.
        • DECISION FOR WAR.
        • EVENTS OF 1914.
        • BELGIAN RESISTANCE.
        • RETREAT TO THE MARNE.
        • THE FIRST BATTLE OF THE MARNE.
        • THE MAGNITUDE OF THE BATTLE.
        • THE BATTLE OF TANNENBERG.
        • EVENTS OF 1915.
        • ON THE EAST FRONT.
        • THE DARDANELLES CAMPAIGN.
        • EVENTS OF 1916.
        • THE GREAT BATTLE OF VERDUN.
        • THE BATTLE ITSELF.
        • CONQUEST OF ROUMANIA.
        • EVENTS OF 1917.
        • THE UNITED STATES IN WAR.
        • THE COLLAPSE OF RUSSIA.
        • THE ITALIAN REVERSE.
        • EVENTS OF 1918.
        • GERMAN OFFENSIVE IN 1918.
        • WHEN THE AMERICANS CAME.
        • TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY MILES OF BATTLE.
        • UNIFIED COMMAND.
        • AMERICAN ASSISTANCE.
        • AGAIN THE MARNE.
        • CHATEAU THIERRY.
        • OTHER VICTORIES.
        • THE DOWNFALL OF TURKEY.
        • THE APPROACHING END.
        • THE ALLIES TAKE THE INITIATIVE.
        • THE COLLAPSE OF THE TEUTONIC ALLIES.
        • GREAT ITALIAN VICTORY.
        • THE GERMAN ARMISTICE.
      • INTRODUCTORY.
      • THE GERMAN STATES.
      • THE RISE OF PRUSSIA.
      • THE DAYS OF BISMARCK.
      • THE GERMAN EMPIRE.
      • DEVELOPMENT OF THE EMPIRE.
      • BUILT ON A FOUNDATION OF SAND.
      • WILLIAM II.
      • ACTIVITIES IN WHICH HE WAS INTERESTED.
      • PAN-GERMANISM.
      • OUTWORKINGS OF THE PLOT.
      • PROBLEMS TO BE SOLVED.
      • THE REAL CAUSES OF THE WAR.
      • DECISION FOR WAR.
      • EVENTS OF 1914.
      • BELGIAN RESISTANCE.
      • RETREAT TO THE MARNE.
      • THE FIRST BATTLE OF THE MARNE.
      • THE MAGNITUDE OF THE BATTLE.
      • THE BATTLE OF TANNENBERG.
      • EVENTS OF 1915.
      • ON THE EAST FRONT.
      • THE DARDANELLES CAMPAIGN.
      • EVENTS OF 1916.
      • THE GREAT BATTLE OF VERDUN.
      • THE BATTLE ITSELF.
      • CONQUEST OF ROUMANIA.
      • EVENTS OF 1917.
      • THE UNITED STATES IN WAR.
      • THE COLLAPSE OF RUSSIA.
      • THE ITALIAN REVERSE.
      • EVENTS OF 1918.
      • GERMAN OFFENSIVE IN 1918.
      • WHEN THE AMERICANS CAME.
      • TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY MILES OF BATTLE.
      • UNIFIED COMMAND.
      • AMERICAN ASSISTANCE.
      • AGAIN THE MARNE.
      • CHATEAU THIERRY.
      • OTHER VICTORIES.
      • THE DOWNFALL OF TURKEY.
      • THE APPROACHING END.
      • THE ALLIES TAKE THE INITIATIVE.
      • THE COLLAPSE OF THE TEUTONIC ALLIES.
      • GREAT ITALIAN VICTORY.
      • THE GERMAN ARMISTICE.
      • CHAPTER II.
        • GENERAL PERSHING'S OWN STORY OF THE VICTORIOUS AMERICAN ARMY
        • ORGANIZATION OF GENERAL STAFF.
        • ORGANIZATION OF THE FORCES.
        • SCHOOLS OF INSTRUCTION.
        • AMERICAN ZONE.
        • VAST PREPARATIONS NECESSARY.
        • SKILLED HELP.
        • WORK OF THE DEPARTMENTS.
        • TRANSPORTATION AND ENGINEER'S DEPARTMENT.
        • PURCHASES IN EUROPE.
        • ARTILLERY, AIRPLANES AND TANKS.
        • OUR OBLIGATIONS TO FRANCE.
        • CAMP WELFARE WORK.
        • COMBAT OPERATIONS.
        • TROOPS PLACED UNDER MARSHAL FOCH.
        • THE CANTIGNY OPERATIONS.
        • THE GERMAN AISNE OFFENSIVE.
        • OPERATIONS NEAR RHEIMS.
        • BEGINNING OF THE COUNTER ATTACK.
        • THE SOISSONS ATTACK.
        • BATTLE OF ST. MIHIEL.
        • PREPARATION FOR THE ATTACK.
        • LOCATION OF THE TROOPS.
        • MOVEMENT OF THE TROOPS.
        • PREPARATION FOR THE ARGONNE OFFENSIVE.
        • LINE OF BATTLE.
        • BATTLE OPERATIONS.
        • GREAT DIFFICULTIES OVERCOME.
        • OTHER UNITS WITH ALLIES.
        • OPERATIONS NEAR RHEIMS.
        • RESULTS OF AMERICAN OPERATIONS.
        • PROGRESS UNDER DIFFICULTIES.
        • FORMATION OF SECOND ARMY.
        • AMERICANS IN BELGIUM.
        • REGROUPING FOR FINAL ASSAULT.
        • SUCCESSFUL ACCOMPLISHMENT.
        • TROOPS ENGAGED.
        • OPERATIONS EAST OF THE MEUSE.
        • RELATIONS WITH THE ALLIES.
        • STRENGTH.
        • WARM APPRECIATION.
        • SPECIAL WORK OF DEPARTMENTS.
        • SPLENDID TECHNICAL SERVICE.
        • TRIBUTE TO THE PERSONNEL OF THE VARIOUS BRANCHES.
      • GENERAL PERSHING'S OWN STORY OF THE VICTORIOUS AMERICAN ARMY
      • ORGANIZATION OF GENERAL STAFF.
      • ORGANIZATION OF THE FORCES.
      • SCHOOLS OF INSTRUCTION.
      • AMERICAN ZONE.
      • VAST PREPARATIONS NECESSARY.
      • SKILLED HELP.
      • WORK OF THE DEPARTMENTS.
      • TRANSPORTATION AND ENGINEER'S DEPARTMENT.
      • PURCHASES IN EUROPE.
      • ARTILLERY, AIRPLANES AND TANKS.
      • OUR OBLIGATIONS TO FRANCE.
      • CAMP WELFARE WORK.
      • COMBAT OPERATIONS.
      • TROOPS PLACED UNDER MARSHAL FOCH.
      • THE CANTIGNY OPERATIONS.
      • THE GERMAN AISNE OFFENSIVE.
      • OPERATIONS NEAR RHEIMS.
      • BEGINNING OF THE COUNTER ATTACK.
      • THE SOISSONS ATTACK.
      • BATTLE OF ST. MIHIEL.
      • PREPARATION FOR THE ATTACK.
      • LOCATION OF THE TROOPS.
      • MOVEMENT OF THE TROOPS.
      • PREPARATION FOR THE ARGONNE OFFENSIVE.
      • LINE OF BATTLE.
      • BATTLE OPERATIONS.
      • GREAT DIFFICULTIES OVERCOME.
      • OTHER UNITS WITH ALLIES.
      • OPERATIONS NEAR RHEIMS.
      • RESULTS OF AMERICAN OPERATIONS.
      • PROGRESS UNDER DIFFICULTIES.
      • FORMATION OF SECOND ARMY.
      • AMERICANS IN BELGIUM.
      • REGROUPING FOR FINAL ASSAULT.
      • SUCCESSFUL ACCOMPLISHMENT.
      • TROOPS ENGAGED.
      • OPERATIONS EAST OF THE MEUSE.
      • RELATIONS WITH THE ALLIES.
      • STRENGTH.
      • WARM APPRECIATION.
      • SPECIAL WORK OF DEPARTMENTS.
      • SPLENDID TECHNICAL SERVICE.
      • TRIBUTE TO THE PERSONNEL OF THE VARIOUS BRANCHES.
      • CHAPTER III.
        • PRESIDENT WILSON'S REVIEW OF THE WAR.
        • TROOP MOVEMENT DURING THE YEAR.
        • TRIBUTE TO AMERICAN SOLDIERS.
        • SPLENDID SPIRIT OF THE NATION.
        • PATRIOTIC WOMEN OF AMERICA.
        • RESUME THE WORK OF PEACE.
        • ORGANIZATION FOR WAR.
        • OUTLINE OF WORK IN PARIS.
        • SUPPORT OF NATION URGED.
        • PRESIDENT WILSON'S DIPLOMATIC MISSION.
      • PRESIDENT WILSON'S REVIEW OF THE WAR.
      • TROOP MOVEMENT DURING THE YEAR.
      • TRIBUTE TO AMERICAN SOLDIERS.
      • SPLENDID SPIRIT OF THE NATION.
      • PATRIOTIC WOMEN OF AMERICA.
      • RESUME THE WORK OF PEACE.
      • ORGANIZATION FOR WAR.
      • OUTLINE OF WORK IN PARIS.
      • SUPPORT OF NATION URGED.
      • PRESIDENT WILSON'S DIPLOMATIC MISSION.
      • CHAPTER IV.
        • THE FLASH THAT SET THE WORLD AFLAME.
        • THE FOUR GROUPS.
        • REGARDED EACH OTHER WITH SUSPICION.
        • THE SERVIANS EMBITTERED.
        • NO CAUSE FOR WAR.
        • STRAIN BETWEEN GERMANY AND RUSSIA.
        • OUTLETS TO THE WORLD'S MARKET.
      • THE FLASH THAT SET THE WORLD AFLAME.
      • THE FOUR GROUPS.
      • REGARDED EACH OTHER WITH SUSPICION.
      • THE SERVIANS EMBITTERED.
      • NO CAUSE FOR WAR.
      • STRAIN BETWEEN GERMANY AND RUSSIA.
      • OUTLETS TO THE WORLD'S MARKET.
      • CHAPTER V.
        • WHY AMERICA ENTERED THE WAR.
        • WHAT MILITARISM IS.
        • IN WAR TO DEFEND RIGHTS.
        • AMERICA MUST LIVE.
        • GERMANY'S CRIMES AGAINST US.
        • GOVERNMENT THAT HAS NO CONSCIENCE.
        • LIVE IN HAUNTED TERROR.
        • GERMANY A WARLIKE RACE.
        • BIRTH OF THE MILITARY SPIRIT.
        • HELD EUROPE AT HIS MERCY.
        • PEACE STRENGTH INCREASED.
        • EGOTISTICAL AND EXAGGERATED UTTERANCES.
        • LEAGUE AT WORK SINCE 1911.
        • VERGE OF DISSOLUTION.
      • WHY AMERICA ENTERED THE WAR.
      • WHAT MILITARISM IS.
      • IN WAR TO DEFEND RIGHTS.
      • AMERICA MUST LIVE.
      • GERMANY'S CRIMES AGAINST US.
      • GOVERNMENT THAT HAS NO CONSCIENCE.
      • LIVE IN HAUNTED TERROR.
      • GERMANY A WARLIKE RACE.
      • BIRTH OF THE MILITARY SPIRIT.
      • HELD EUROPE AT HIS MERCY.
      • PEACE STRENGTH INCREASED.
      • EGOTISTICAL AND EXAGGERATED UTTERANCES.
      • LEAGUE AT WORK SINCE 1911.
      • VERGE OF DISSOLUTION.
      • CHAPTER VI.
        • THE THINGS THAT MADE MEN MAD.
        • THE UNITED STATES' ATTITUDE.
        • THE INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE.
        • THE DAYS OF BARBARISM.
        • GERMAN CUPIDITY.
        • TREATY OBLIGATIONS.
        • DETAILED ATROCITIES OUTLINED.
        • SHOCKING BARBARITIES.
        • LUSTFUL CRUELTY OF THE GERMANS.
        • A LAME EXCUSE OFFERED.
        • BASE INDIGNITIES TO CLERGYMEN.
        • THE AMERICAN MINISTER'S REPORT.
        • RAGE, TERROR AND DESPAIR.
        • A MORTAL BLOW TO BELGIANS.
        • CRUEL EXTREME OF PUNISHMENT.
        • PERONNE A HOPELESS RUIN.
        • A LITTLE TOWN REDUCED.
        • OF MASSIVE ARCHITECTURE.
        • ACCORDING TO THE PRINCIPLE OF WAR.
        • DESECRATION OF TREES.
        • NEITHER MEAT NOR MILK.
        • BETTER PREPARED NEXT TIME.
      • THE THINGS THAT MADE MEN MAD.
      • THE UNITED STATES' ATTITUDE.
      • THE INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE.
      • THE DAYS OF BARBARISM.
      • GERMAN CUPIDITY.
      • TREATY OBLIGATIONS.
      • DETAILED ATROCITIES OUTLINED.
      • SHOCKING BARBARITIES.
      • LUSTFUL CRUELTY OF THE GERMANS.
      • A LAME EXCUSE OFFERED.
      • BASE INDIGNITIES TO CLERGYMEN.
      • THE AMERICAN MINISTER'S REPORT.
      • RAGE, TERROR AND DESPAIR.
      • A MORTAL BLOW TO BELGIANS.
      • CRUEL EXTREME OF PUNISHMENT.
      • PERONNE A HOPELESS RUIN.
      • A LITTLE TOWN REDUCED.
      • OF MASSIVE ARCHITECTURE.
      • ACCORDING TO THE PRINCIPLE OF WAR.
      • DESECRATION OF TREES.
      • NEITHER MEAT NOR MILK.
      • BETTER PREPARED NEXT TIME.
      • CHAPTER VII.
        • THE SLINKING SUBMARINE.
        • THE DUTIES OF WAR CAST ASIDE.
        • GROWING DISTRESS AND AMAZEMENT.
        • WHOLESALE DESTRUCTION OF VESSELS.
        • TORPEDO'S DEADLY WORK.
        • EFFICIENCY OF THE SUBMARINE.
        • PRINCIPLE OF THE SUBMARINE.
        • SUBMARINE AN ANOMALY IN WARFARE.
        • SHIP NOT STRUCK BY A MINE.
        • PASSENGERS' AGONIZING SUFFERINGS.
        • TROUSERS USED AS SIGNAL.
        • SUBMARINE TOWS RUSSIAN SHIP.
        • THE U-BOAT TYPE OF SUBMERSIBLE.
        • HOW SUBMARINES WORK.
        • DESCRIPTION OF A PERISCOPE.
        • TALES OF REMARKABLE EXPLOITS.
        • THE SHIP ABANDONED.
      • THE SLINKING SUBMARINE.
      • THE DUTIES OF WAR CAST ASIDE.
      • GROWING DISTRESS AND AMAZEMENT.
      • WHOLESALE DESTRUCTION OF VESSELS.
      • TORPEDO'S DEADLY WORK.
      • EFFICIENCY OF THE SUBMARINE.
      • PRINCIPLE OF THE SUBMARINE.
      • SUBMARINE AN ANOMALY IN WARFARE.
      • SHIP NOT STRUCK BY A MINE.
      • PASSENGERS' AGONIZING SUFFERINGS.
      • TROUSERS USED AS SIGNAL.
      • SUBMARINE TOWS RUSSIAN SHIP.
      • THE U-BOAT TYPE OF SUBMERSIBLE.
      • HOW SUBMARINES WORK.
      • DESCRIPTION OF A PERISCOPE.
      • TALES OF REMARKABLE EXPLOITS.
      • THE SHIP ABANDONED.
      • CHAPTER VIII.
        • THWARTING THE U-BOAT.
        • NO EXPERT NAVAL KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED.
        • A POOR SURFACE FIGHTER.
        • OPERATING IN CONNECTION WITH AN AEROPLANE.
        • PROVISION FOR OFFICERS AND CREW.
        • CATALOGUED AS "PATROL BOATS."
        • CHASER TROUBLES THE SUBMARINE.
        • CREW THRILLED WITH JOY.
        • FOULS A SUBMERGED SPAR.
        • WERE TAKING NO CHANCES.
        • THE HAWK-EYED AEROPLANE.
        • NOT TO BE OUT-DISTANCED.
        • THE IMPORTANCE OF THE "BLIMP."
        • DESCRIPTION OF THE "BLIMP."
        • THE "BLIMP" WELL EQUIPPED.
      • THWARTING THE U-BOAT.
      • NO EXPERT NAVAL KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED.
      • A POOR SURFACE FIGHTER.
      • OPERATING IN CONNECTION WITH AN AEROPLANE.
      • PROVISION FOR OFFICERS AND CREW.
      • CATALOGUED AS "PATROL BOATS."
      • CHASER TROUBLES THE SUBMARINE.
      • CREW THRILLED WITH JOY.
      • FOULS A SUBMERGED SPAR.
      • WERE TAKING NO CHANCES.
      • THE HAWK-EYED AEROPLANE.
      • NOT TO BE OUT-DISTANCED.
      • THE IMPORTANCE OF THE "BLIMP."
      • DESCRIPTION OF THE "BLIMP."
      • THE "BLIMP" WELL EQUIPPED.
      • CHAPTER IX.
        • THE EYES OF BATTLE.
        • THE AIR SCOUT'S USEFULNESS.
        • LIKE AN IMMENSE GRIDIRON.
        • GERMANY'S PREPAREDNESS.
        • MANY KINDS OF BOMBS.
        • ACCURACY THE GREAT DIFFICULTY.
        • THE SMOKE SCREEN.
        • PROPORTION OF FIGHTING PLANES.
        • RESOURCES AT GOVERNMENT'S COMMAND.
        • GAUDY TASTES OF AIRMEN.
        • COMBED BY MACHINE GUNS.
        • AIRPLANES ATTACK TROOPS.
        • ON CONTACT PATROL WORK.
        • MACHINE ON PRACTICAL BASIS.
      • THE EYES OF BATTLE.
      • THE AIR SCOUT'S USEFULNESS.
      • LIKE AN IMMENSE GRIDIRON.
      • GERMANY'S PREPAREDNESS.
      • MANY KINDS OF BOMBS.
      • ACCURACY THE GREAT DIFFICULTY.
      • THE SMOKE SCREEN.
      • PROPORTION OF FIGHTING PLANES.
      • RESOURCES AT GOVERNMENT'S COMMAND.
      • GAUDY TASTES OF AIRMEN.
      • COMBED BY MACHINE GUNS.
      • AIRPLANES ATTACK TROOPS.
      • ON CONTACT PATROL WORK.
      • MACHINE ON PRACTICAL BASIS.
      • CHAPTER X.
        • WAR'S STRANGE DEVICES.
        • THIN SHELLS OF STEEL.
        • DREAD INSTRUMENT OF WAR.
        • INTRODUCTION OF GAS MASK.
        • EFFECTIVE IN A HUNDRED WAYS.
        • THE TANK DEFIES ALL OBSTACLES.
        • TANK'S "CATERPILLAR" FEATURE.
        • NATIONAL RESOURCES TO DISLODGE A MAN.
        • A WONDERFUL GUN.
        • A THING UNDREAMED OF.
        • A SITUATION ALMOST BEYOND CONTROL.
        • RAIN OF SHELLS LIKE STREAMS OF WATER.
        • DEPENDING ON LOCAL CONDITIONS.
        • GERMAN EQUIVOCATION.
        • NEW METHOD OF WARFARE.
        • THE BELGIAN HELMET.
        • LOW VELOCITY MOST EFFECTIVE.
        • COMPOSITION A SECRET.
        • AN AMERICAN BULLET.
      • WAR'S STRANGE DEVICES.
      • THIN SHELLS OF STEEL.
      • DREAD INSTRUMENT OF WAR.
      • INTRODUCTION OF GAS MASK.
      • EFFECTIVE IN A HUNDRED WAYS.
      • THE TANK DEFIES ALL OBSTACLES.
      • TANK'S "CATERPILLAR" FEATURE.
      • NATIONAL RESOURCES TO DISLODGE A MAN.
      • A WONDERFUL GUN.
      • A THING UNDREAMED OF.
      • A SITUATION ALMOST BEYOND CONTROL.
      • RAIN OF SHELLS LIKE STREAMS OF WATER.
      • DEPENDING ON LOCAL CONDITIONS.
      • GERMAN EQUIVOCATION.
      • NEW METHOD OF WARFARE.
      • THE BELGIAN HELMET.
      • LOW VELOCITY MOST EFFECTIVE.
      • COMPOSITION A SECRET.
      • AN AMERICAN BULLET.
      • CHAPTER XI
        • WONDERFUL WAR WEAPONS.
        • INFANTRY AND FIELD ARTILLERY.
        • THE MOVING OF HEAVY WEAPONS.
        • VALUE OF ARMORED CARS.
        • ITALY'S SINGULAR POSITION.
        • THE WHEELED FORT.
        • IMPORTANCE OF THE AUTOMOBILE.
        • FRANCE'S TRANSPORTATION RESOURCES.
        • FRANCE'S ARMORED FIGHTING MACHINES.
        • THE IMPORTANCE OF OBSERVATIONS.
        • SMALL GUNS OF VARIED INTERESTS.
        • OLD FLINTLOCK IN WAR.
        • FIGHTING RANGE 800 YARDS.
        • AUTOMATIC MACHINE RIFLES.
        • MUNITION SUPPLY AUGMENTED.
        • THE TRENCH PERISCOPE.
        • "KNAPSACK" STATIONS.
        • A WORD ABOUT "HEAVY ARTILLERY."
      • WONDERFUL WAR WEAPONS.
      • INFANTRY AND FIELD ARTILLERY.
      • THE MOVING OF HEAVY WEAPONS.
      • VALUE OF ARMORED CARS.
      • ITALY'S SINGULAR POSITION.
      • THE WHEELED FORT.
      • IMPORTANCE OF THE AUTOMOBILE.
      • FRANCE'S TRANSPORTATION RESOURCES.
      • FRANCE'S ARMORED FIGHTING MACHINES.
      • THE IMPORTANCE OF OBSERVATIONS.
      • SMALL GUNS OF VARIED INTERESTS.
      • OLD FLINTLOCK IN WAR.
      • FIGHTING RANGE 800 YARDS.
      • AUTOMATIC MACHINE RIFLES.
      • MUNITION SUPPLY AUGMENTED.
      • THE TRENCH PERISCOPE.
      • "KNAPSACK" STATIONS.
      • A WORD ABOUT "HEAVY ARTILLERY."
      • CHAPTER XII.
        • THE WORLD'S ARMIES.
        • STRENGTH OF GERMAN ARMY.
        • INFANTRY.
        • CAVALRY.
        • ARTILLERY.
        • THE UNITED STATES ARMY.
        • THE REGULAR ARMY.
        • UNITS ON WAR FOOTING.
        • MILLIONS NOT IN THE COUNTRY'S SERVICE.
        • THE FRENCH ARMY.
        • FRENCH MILITARY DIVISIONS.
        • THE RUSSIAN ARMY.
        • RUSSIAN FIELD BATTERIES.
        • AUSTRIA-HUNGARIAN ARMY.
        • THE ITALIAN ARMY.
        • GREAT BRITAIN'S ARMY.
        • BELGIAN ARMY PEACE FOOTING.
        • SPAIN'S STANDING ARMY.
        • CHINA'S MILITARY RESOURCES.
        • POLISH QUADRILATERAL.
      • THE WORLD'S ARMIES.
      • STRENGTH OF GERMAN ARMY.
      • INFANTRY.
      • CAVALRY.
      • ARTILLERY.
      • THE UNITED STATES ARMY.
      • THE REGULAR ARMY.
      • UNITS ON WAR FOOTING.
      • MILLIONS NOT IN THE COUNTRY'S SERVICE.
      • THE FRENCH ARMY.
      • FRENCH MILITARY DIVISIONS.
      • THE RUSSIAN ARMY.
      • RUSSIAN FIELD BATTERIES.
      • AUSTRIA-HUNGARIAN ARMY.
      • THE ITALIAN ARMY.
      • GREAT BRITAIN'S ARMY.
      • BELGIAN ARMY PEACE FOOTING.
      • SPAIN'S STANDING ARMY.
      • CHINA'S MILITARY RESOURCES.
      • POLISH QUADRILATERAL.
      • CHAPTER XIII.
        • THE WORLD'S NAVIES.
        • THE BRITISH NAVY.
        • MONSTERS OF THE SEA.
        • THE FRENCH NAVY.
        • THE RUSSIAN NAVY.
        • THE AUSTRIAN NAVY.
        • THE JAPANESE NAVY.
        • THE ITALIAN NAVY.
        • THE TURKISH NAVY.
        • THE UNITED STATES NAVY.
        • AMPLE PROVISION FOR THE WOUNDED.
        • HUGE FIGHTING CRAFT.
        • POLICEMEN OF THE SEA.
        • TRANSPORTATION OF BIG GUN.
        • EVERY MAN'S SERVICE.
        • AN UNAPPROACHABLE RECORD.
        • THE MANY-SIDED MARINE.
      • THE WORLD'S NAVIES.
      • THE BRITISH NAVY.
      • MONSTERS OF THE SEA.
      • THE FRENCH NAVY.
      • THE RUSSIAN NAVY.
      • THE AUSTRIAN NAVY.
      • THE JAPANESE NAVY.
      • THE ITALIAN NAVY.
      • THE TURKISH NAVY.
      • THE UNITED STATES NAVY.
      • AMPLE PROVISION FOR THE WOUNDED.
      • HUGE FIGHTING CRAFT.
      • POLICEMEN OF THE SEA.
      • TRANSPORTATION OF BIG GUN.
      • EVERY MAN'S SERVICE.
      • AN UNAPPROACHABLE RECORD.
      • THE MANY-SIDED MARINE.
      • CHAPTER XIV.
        • THE NATIONS AT WAR.
        • INVASION OF BELGIUM.
        • IN THE NATURE OF MERE FORMALITIES.
        • "COMIC OPERA" SOLDIERS.
        • A REGION OF MOUNTAINS.
        • WHY ITALY ENTERED THE WAR.
        • DIVIDED INTO SIXTEEN DEPARTMENTS.
        • LITTLE BOSNIA'S FUTURE.
        • ONE OF THE BALKAN GROUP.
        • AN OBJECT OF CONTENTION.
        • PICTURESQUE TURKEY.
        • PHOENIX OF THE GREEK EMPIRE.
        • WINGED FIREBRANDS.
        • BASE IMPOSTER SLAIN.
        • FAMILY'S WRETCHED CAREER.
        • BETRAYAL OF RUSSIA'S MILITARY PLANS.
        • SPAIN, PAST AND PRESENT.
      • THE NATIONS AT WAR.
      • INVASION OF BELGIUM.
      • IN THE NATURE OF MERE FORMALITIES.
      • "COMIC OPERA" SOLDIERS.
      • A REGION OF MOUNTAINS.
      • WHY ITALY ENTERED THE WAR.
      • DIVIDED INTO SIXTEEN DEPARTMENTS.
      • LITTLE BOSNIA'S FUTURE.
      • ONE OF THE BALKAN GROUP.
      • AN OBJECT OF CONTENTION.
      • PICTURESQUE TURKEY.
      • PHOENIX OF THE GREEK EMPIRE.
      • WINGED FIREBRANDS.
      • BASE IMPOSTER SLAIN.
      • FAMILY'S WRETCHED CAREER.
      • BETRAYAL OF RUSSIA'S MILITARY PLANS.
      • SPAIN, PAST AND PRESENT.
      • CHAPTER XV.
        • MODERN WAR METHODS.
        • WAR'S MANY DEVELOPMENTS.
        • CAVALRY'S SUCCESSFUL CHARGES.
        • CAVALRY'S IMPORTANT SERVICE.
        • LUXURIOUS DUGOUTS.
        • MANY DEADLY DEVICES.
        • INFECTED WITH ASIATIC JAUNDICE.
        • AMERICA'S GREAT SERVICE IN WAR ZONE.
        • RESULT OF SCIENTIFIC SURGERY.
        • SIGNALED BEGINNING OF BATTLE.
        • SUGGESTS A CUP OF TEA.
        • DIFFICULT MOUNTAIN FIGHTING.
        • HALTED BY INTIMIDATION.
        • TYPICAL ROAD BUILDERS.
        • SYSTEM ONE OF TACKLES.
        • PROBLEMS OF TRANSPORTATION.
      • MODERN WAR METHODS.
      • WAR'S MANY DEVELOPMENTS.
      • CAVALRY'S SUCCESSFUL CHARGES.
      • CAVALRY'S IMPORTANT SERVICE.
      • LUXURIOUS DUGOUTS.
      • MANY DEADLY DEVICES.
      • INFECTED WITH ASIATIC JAUNDICE.
      • AMERICA'S GREAT SERVICE IN WAR ZONE.
      • RESULT OF SCIENTIFIC SURGERY.
      • SIGNALED BEGINNING OF BATTLE.
      • SUGGESTS A CUP OF TEA.
      • DIFFICULT MOUNTAIN FIGHTING.
      • HALTED BY INTIMIDATION.
      • TYPICAL ROAD BUILDERS.
      • SYSTEM ONE OF TACKLES.
      • PROBLEMS OF TRANSPORTATION.
      • CHAPTER XVI.
        • WOMAN AND THE WAR.
        • THE WORK OF WOMEN.
        • VARIED OCCUPATIONS OF WOMEN.
        • WOMAN'S MANY SERVICES.
        • WOMAN BENT ON DOING HER UTMOST.
        • RESOLUTION ON ECONOMICS.
        • WOMAN AS WAGE EARNER.
        • BRITISH WOMEN'S PATRIOTISM.
        • SUCCESS BUILT ON RUINS OF FAILURE.
        • NATIONAL SERVICE FOR WOMEN.
        • ALL KINDS OF WOMEN ENLISTED.
        • NOTED WOMEN IN THE WORK.
        • OTHER SOCIETIES ORGANIZED.
        • LONDON-WALES UNIT.
        • UNIT TAKEN PRISONERS.
        • WOMAN'S INGENUITY.
        • WOMEN AS POLICEMEN.
      • WOMAN AND THE WAR.
      • THE WORK OF WOMEN.
      • VARIED OCCUPATIONS OF WOMEN.
      • WOMAN'S MANY SERVICES.
      • WOMAN BENT ON DOING HER UTMOST.
      • RESOLUTION ON ECONOMICS.
      • WOMAN AS WAGE EARNER.
      • BRITISH WOMEN'S PATRIOTISM.
      • SUCCESS BUILT ON RUINS OF FAILURE.
      • NATIONAL SERVICE FOR WOMEN.
      • ALL KINDS OF WOMEN ENLISTED.
      • NOTED WOMEN IN THE WORK.
      • OTHER SOCIETIES ORGANIZED.
      • LONDON-WALES UNIT.
      • UNIT TAKEN PRISONERS.
      • WOMAN'S INGENUITY.
      • WOMEN AS POLICEMEN.
      • CHAPTER XVII.
        • THE TERRIBLE PRICE.
        • IMMENSE LOSS TO COMMERCE.
        • GREAT BRITAIN'S CASUALTIES.
        • FIGURES POSITIVELY STAGGERING.
        • A MATTER OF DOLLARS AND CENTS.
        • COMPARATIVE WAR EXPENSES.
        • POPULATION AND WEALTH OF COUNTRIES.
        • IMMENSE SUM FOR ARMY AND NAVY.
        • ANNUAL NATIONAL INCOME.
        • SOME IDEA OF NATIONAL FINANCING.
        • COUNTRY'S NATURAL RESOURCES.
      • THE TERRIBLE PRICE.
      • IMMENSE LOSS TO COMMERCE.
      • GREAT BRITAIN'S CASUALTIES.
      • FIGURES POSITIVELY STAGGERING.
      • A MATTER OF DOLLARS AND CENTS.
      • COMPARATIVE WAR EXPENSES.
      • POPULATION AND WEALTH OF COUNTRIES.
      • IMMENSE SUM FOR ARMY AND NAVY.
      • ANNUAL NATIONAL INCOME.
      • SOME IDEA OF NATIONAL FINANCING.
      • COUNTRY'S NATURAL RESOURCES.
      • CHAPTER XVIII.
        • THE WORLD RULERS AT WAR.
        • WILSON'S MANY HONORS.
        • GERMANY MUST BE RECKONED WITH.
        • THE "GOD-APPOINTED" HOHENZOLLERNS.
        • EMPEROR WILLIAM'S CHILDREN.
        • THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT.
        • SECOND SON OF LEOPOLD I.
        • KING OF SERVIA.
        • A REACTIONARY CABINET INSTALLED.
        • MEMBERS OF THE RUSSIAN CABINET.
        • CONSTANTINE BECOMES AN IDOL.
        • ACCUSED OF EVASION.
        • TRAGEDY THE PATHWAY TO THRONE.
        • KING ALFONSO'S SONS.
        • POINCAIRE'S VERSATILITY.
      • THE WORLD RULERS AT WAR.
      • WILSON'S MANY HONORS.
      • GERMANY MUST BE RECKONED WITH.
      • THE "GOD-APPOINTED" HOHENZOLLERNS.
      • EMPEROR WILLIAM'S CHILDREN.
      • THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT.
      • SECOND SON OF LEOPOLD I.
      • KING OF SERVIA.
      • A REACTIONARY CABINET INSTALLED.
      • MEMBERS OF THE RUSSIAN CABINET.
      • CONSTANTINE BECOMES AN IDOL.
      • ACCUSED OF EVASION.
      • TRAGEDY THE PATHWAY TO THRONE.
      • KING ALFONSO'S SONS.
      • POINCAIRE'S VERSATILITY.
      • CHAPTER XIX.
        • THE WAR'S WHO'S WHO.
        • A FAMOUS WAR RECORD.
        • ADJURATION TO SCHOOL CHUMS.
        • VIVIANI A SOCIALIST LEADER.
        • BALFOUR'S INTELLECTUAL ABILITY.
        • LIBERALS COME INTO POWER.
        • LORD WALTER CUNLIFFE.
        • SERVES AS JUNIOR OFFICER.
        • VICTORY TURNED TO SLAUGHTER.
        • HAIG'S FAMILY TREE.
        • DIRECTOR OF MILITARY TRAINING.
        • APPOINTED PRUSSIAN HOME SECRETARY.
        • ADMIRAL HUGO POHL.
        • IN THE AIR THIRTY-SEVEN HOURS.
        • TRANSFORMS A NATION.
      • THE WAR'S WHO'S WHO.
      • A FAMOUS WAR RECORD.
      • ADJURATION TO SCHOOL CHUMS.
      • VIVIANI A SOCIALIST LEADER.
      • BALFOUR'S INTELLECTUAL ABILITY.
      • LIBERALS COME INTO POWER.
      • LORD WALTER CUNLIFFE.
      • SERVES AS JUNIOR OFFICER.
      • VICTORY TURNED TO SLAUGHTER.
      • HAIG'S FAMILY TREE.
      • DIRECTOR OF MILITARY TRAINING.
      • APPOINTED PRUSSIAN HOME SECRETARY.
      • ADMIRAL HUGO POHL.
      • IN THE AIR THIRTY-SEVEN HOURS.
      • TRANSFORMS A NATION.
      • CHAPTER XX.
        • CHEMISTRY IN THE WAR.
        • GERMANY'S GREAT PRIVATION.
        • TWO GREAT FACTORS.
        • POTENCY OF MODERN CHEMISTRY.
        • BASIC PRINCIPLE OF BOMBS.
        • DOMESTIC DYE-STUFFS.
        • RELIEVED BY AMERICAN INGENUITY.
        • A CHEMICAL DISCOVERY.
        • A WOUND-FLUSHING SYSTEM.
      • CHEMISTRY IN THE WAR.
      • GERMANY'S GREAT PRIVATION.
      • TWO GREAT FACTORS.
      • POTENCY OF MODERN CHEMISTRY.
      • BASIC PRINCIPLE OF BOMBS.
      • DOMESTIC DYE-STUFFS.
      • RELIEVED BY AMERICAN INGENUITY.
      • A CHEMICAL DISCOVERY.
      • A WOUND-FLUSHING SYSTEM.
      • CHAPTER XXI.
        • OUR NEIGHBORING ALLY.
        • AN EFFICIENT COMMANDER.
        • DIFFICULTY OF RECRUITING.
        • TRAINING SERIOUSLY DELAYED.
        • A POLITICAL IMPOSSIBILITY.
        • INADEQUATE RECRUITING.
        • CANADA'S WAR FINANCIERING.
        • CANADA PART OF AMERICA.
        • POSITION BRAVELY HELD.
        • HEROES WIN RECOGNITION.
        • WANTON DESTRUCTION.
        • GERMAN AVIATIK DEFEATED.
        • PLAN OF UNION PASSED.
        • DOMINION'S FOUNDATIONS LAID.
        • REAL FOUNDER OF CANADA.
        • CANADA, FROM COLONY TO DOMINION.
        • REPORT NOT TO BE DISPOSED OF.
        • RECIPIENTS OF UNSTINTED HONORS.
      • OUR NEIGHBORING ALLY.
      • AN EFFICIENT COMMANDER.
      • DIFFICULTY OF RECRUITING.
      • TRAINING SERIOUSLY DELAYED.
      • A POLITICAL IMPOSSIBILITY.
      • INADEQUATE RECRUITING.
      • CANADA'S WAR FINANCIERING.
      • CANADA PART OF AMERICA.
      • POSITION BRAVELY HELD.
      • HEROES WIN RECOGNITION.
      • WANTON DESTRUCTION.
      • GERMAN AVIATIK DEFEATED.
      • PLAN OF UNION PASSED.
      • DOMINION'S FOUNDATIONS LAID.
      • REAL FOUNDER OF CANADA.
      • CANADA, FROM COLONY TO DOMINION.
      • REPORT NOT TO BE DISPOSED OF.
      • RECIPIENTS OF UNSTINTED HONORS.
      • CHAPTER XXII.
        • THE HEROIC ANZAC.
        • AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND SAPPERS.
        • A PRE-ARRANGED SIGNAL.
        • GERMAN FORWARD DEFENSE.
        • NEW LAND OF WARFARE.
        • PRISONER AND ESCORT.
        • AUSTRALIA'S COMMENDABLE PROMPTNESS.
        • GEOGRAPHICALLY ALIKE.
      • THE HEROIC ANZAC.
      • AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND SAPPERS.
      • A PRE-ARRANGED SIGNAL.
      • GERMAN FORWARD DEFENSE.
      • NEW LAND OF WARFARE.
      • PRISONER AND ESCORT.
      • AUSTRALIA'S COMMENDABLE PROMPTNESS.
      • GEOGRAPHICALLY ALIKE.
      • CHAPTER XXIII.
        • AMERICA STEPS IN.
        • COMMANDERS UNDER RESTRAINT.
        • SWEEPS RIGHT ASIDE.
        • ARMED NEUTRALITY IMPRACTICABLE.
        • A CONSTITUTIONAL DUTY.
        • WELL-CONCEIVED TAXATION.
        • FIRM STAND FOR VINDICATION.
        • PRECONCEIVED DECEPTION.
        • POLITICAL AUTOCRACY.
        • NATURAL FOE TO LIBERTY.
        • UNDISGUISED WARFARE.
        • TRUE AND LOYAL AMERICANS.
        • A WAR RESOLUTION.
        • NEGOTIATIONS CARRIED ON.
        • QUESTIONS GERMANY'S RIGHT.
        • SUBMARINE ISSUE AND DIPLOMACY.
        • PROMISED TO PAY DAMAGES.
        • JAGOW'S EVASIVE ANSWER.
        • "INFORMAL CONVERSATIONS."
        • BERNSTORFF'S COMMUNICATION.
        • PRESIDENT'S DECLARATION.
        • OPPOSED TO SUBMARINE WARFARE.
        • PRESIDENT WILSON'S REPLY.
        • NEUTRAL SHIPS' RISK.
        • DEMOCRACY, FREEDOM AND PEACE.
      • AMERICA STEPS IN.
      • COMMANDERS UNDER RESTRAINT.
      • SWEEPS RIGHT ASIDE.
      • ARMED NEUTRALITY IMPRACTICABLE.
      • A CONSTITUTIONAL DUTY.
      • WELL-CONCEIVED TAXATION.
      • FIRM STAND FOR VINDICATION.
      • PRECONCEIVED DECEPTION.
      • POLITICAL AUTOCRACY.
      • NATURAL FOE TO LIBERTY.
      • UNDISGUISED WARFARE.
      • TRUE AND LOYAL AMERICANS.
      • A WAR RESOLUTION.
      • NEGOTIATIONS CARRIED ON.
      • QUESTIONS GERMANY'S RIGHT.
      • SUBMARINE ISSUE AND DIPLOMACY.
      • PROMISED TO PAY DAMAGES.
      • JAGOW'S EVASIVE ANSWER.
      • "INFORMAL CONVERSATIONS."
      • BERNSTORFF'S COMMUNICATION.
      • PRESIDENT'S DECLARATION.
      • OPPOSED TO SUBMARINE WARFARE.
      • PRESIDENT WILSON'S REPLY.
      • NEUTRAL SHIPS' RISK.
      • DEMOCRACY, FREEDOM AND PEACE.
      • CHAPTER XXIV.
        • UNCLE SAM TAKES HOLD.
        • SIXTY RINGLEADERS ARRESTED.
        • ARREST OF GERMAN PLOTTERS.
        • MACHINATIONS OF GERMAN MINISTER.
        • BETHMANN-HOLLWEG'S FALSE STATEMENT.
        • UNCLE SAM NOT BOTHERED.
        • GENERAL PERSHING IN ENGLAND.
        • PERSHING RECEIVES ROYAL GREETING.
        • PERSHING RECEIVES AN OVATION.
        • PERSHING IN PARIS.
        • ABSOLUTE SECRECY OBSERVED.
        • PERSHING SETS UP HEADQUARTERS.
        • A BRILLIANT CLIMAX.
        • ADVANCE PLANS BRIEFLY SKETCHED.
        • WAVES COVERED WITH SHELLS.
        • HIGH SEAS CONVOY.
      • UNCLE SAM TAKES HOLD.
      • SIXTY RINGLEADERS ARRESTED.
      • ARREST OF GERMAN PLOTTERS.
      • MACHINATIONS OF GERMAN MINISTER.
      • BETHMANN-HOLLWEG'S FALSE STATEMENT.
      • UNCLE SAM NOT BOTHERED.
      • GENERAL PERSHING IN ENGLAND.
      • PERSHING RECEIVES ROYAL GREETING.
      • PERSHING RECEIVES AN OVATION.
      • PERSHING IN PARIS.
      • ABSOLUTE SECRECY OBSERVED.
      • PERSHING SETS UP HEADQUARTERS.
      • A BRILLIANT CLIMAX.
      • ADVANCE PLANS BRIEFLY SKETCHED.
      • WAVES COVERED WITH SHELLS.
      • HIGH SEAS CONVOY.
      • CHAPTER XXV.
        • A GERMAN CRISIS.
        • APPOINTMENT OF DR. GEORG MICHAELIS.
        • PRESERVES A JUDICIOUS BALANCE.
        • GOVERNMENT ORDERS DISREGARDED.
        • STATUS OF GERMAN SOVEREIGNTY.
        • THE BUNDESRATH.
        • THE KAISER'S DUAL PREROGATIVE.
      • A GERMAN CRISIS.
      • APPOINTMENT OF DR. GEORG MICHAELIS.
      • PRESERVES A JUDICIOUS BALANCE.
      • GOVERNMENT ORDERS DISREGARDED.
      • STATUS OF GERMAN SOVEREIGNTY.
      • THE BUNDESRATH.
      • THE KAISER'S DUAL PREROGATIVE.
      • CHAPTER XXVI.
        • UNCLE SAM AND THE NEUTRALS.
        • A BIG FACTOR IN WAR.
        • DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN NEEDS.
        • NATIONS WHO SUFFER FROM EMBARGO.
        • A FEDERAL UNION.
        • GERMAN AMBITION FRUSTRATED.
        • LANDSTHING AND FOLKSTHING.
        • A SMALL BUT EFFICIENT ARMY.
        • BETWEEN TWO FIRES.
        • DEMOCRACY OF NORWAY.
      • UNCLE SAM AND THE NEUTRALS.
      • A BIG FACTOR IN WAR.
      • DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN NEEDS.
      • NATIONS WHO SUFFER FROM EMBARGO.
      • A FEDERAL UNION.
      • GERMAN AMBITION FRUSTRATED.
      • LANDSTHING AND FOLKSTHING.
      • A SMALL BUT EFFICIENT ARMY.
      • BETWEEN TWO FIRES.
      • DEMOCRACY OF NORWAY.
      • CHAPTER XXVII.
        • THE ACTIONS OF THE WAR.
        • GERMANY'S DESIGNS ON PARIS.
        • BRITISH AND GERMAN FORCES COMPARED.
        • CONQUEST OF SERVIA.
        • RUSSIA'S CONQUEST OF ARMENIA.
        • ITALY'S HELP TO THE ALLIES.
        • BRITISH NAVY AN EFFECTIVE ASSET.
        • WORLD'S AWFUL MARITIME LOSS.
        • SINKING OF FIRST AMERICAN WAR BOAT.
      • THE ACTIONS OF THE WAR.
      • GERMANY'S DESIGNS ON PARIS.
      • BRITISH AND GERMAN FORCES COMPARED.
      • CONQUEST OF SERVIA.
      • RUSSIA'S CONQUEST OF ARMENIA.
      • ITALY'S HELP TO THE ALLIES.
      • BRITISH NAVY AN EFFECTIVE ASSET.
      • WORLD'S AWFUL MARITIME LOSS.
      • SINKING OF FIRST AMERICAN WAR BOAT.
      • CHAPTER XXVIII.
        • AMERICAN FORCES BECOME FACTOR.
        • ITALIAN HEADQUARTERS CAPTURED.
        • REVOLT IN PETROGRAD.
        • SUPREME WAR COUNCIL.
        • DROPPED THEIR TOOLS FOR RIFLES.
        • THE FALL OF JERUSALEM.
        • HISTORICAL INTEREST TO CHRISTIANS.
        • SINKING OF THE TUSCANIA.
        • AMERICAN COURAGE PRAISED.
        • SEIZURE OF ALL DUTCH VESSELS.
        • FIERCEST BATTLE IN WORLD'S HISTORY.
        • BIG GUN ONE HUNDRED FEET LONG.
        • ENEMY LOSES HEAVILY.
        • AMERICAN FORCES OFFERED TO FRANCE.
        • AMERICANS BOMBARDED.
      • AMERICAN FORCES BECOME FACTOR.
      • ITALIAN HEADQUARTERS CAPTURED.
      • REVOLT IN PETROGRAD.
      • SUPREME WAR COUNCIL.
      • DROPPED THEIR TOOLS FOR RIFLES.
      • THE FALL OF JERUSALEM.
      • HISTORICAL INTEREST TO CHRISTIANS.
      • SINKING OF THE TUSCANIA.
      • AMERICAN COURAGE PRAISED.
      • SEIZURE OF ALL DUTCH VESSELS.
      • FIERCEST BATTLE IN WORLD'S HISTORY.
      • BIG GUN ONE HUNDRED FEET LONG.
      • ENEMY LOSES HEAVILY.
      • AMERICAN FORCES OFFERED TO FRANCE.
      • AMERICANS BOMBARDED.
      • CHAPTER XXIX.
        • AMERICANS TURN WAR'S TIDE
      • AMERICANS TURN WAR'S TIDE
      • CHAPTER XXX.
        • VICTORY—PEACE.
        • THE COMING OF THE END.
        • VICTORIES ON OTHER FRONTS.
        • AMERICAN VICTORIES ON THE EAST FRONT.
        • AMERICAN VICTORIES ALONG THE MEUSE-AISNE RIVERS.
        • GREAT VICTORY AT SEDAN.
        • COLLAPSE OF THE TEUTONIC ALLIES.
        • THE END.
        • SUMMARY.
        • TERMS OF THE ARMISTICE ACCEPTED BY GERMANY.
        • I. Military Clauses on Western Front:
        • II. Disposition Relative to the Eastern Frontiers of Germany:
        • III. Clause Concerning East Africa:
        • IV. General Clauses:
        • V. Naval Conditions:
        • VI. Duration of Armistice:
        • VII. Time Limit for Reply:
      • VICTORY—PEACE.
      • THE COMING OF THE END.
      • VICTORIES ON OTHER FRONTS.
      • AMERICAN VICTORIES ON THE EAST FRONT.
      • AMERICAN VICTORIES ALONG THE MEUSE-AISNE RIVERS.
      • GREAT VICTORY AT SEDAN.
      • COLLAPSE OF THE TEUTONIC ALLIES.
      • THE END.
      • SUMMARY.
      • TERMS OF THE ARMISTICE ACCEPTED BY GERMANY.
      • I. Military Clauses on Western Front:
      • II. Disposition Relative to the Eastern Frontiers of Germany:
      • III. Clause Concerning East Africa:
      • IV. General Clauses:
      • V. Naval Conditions:
      • VI. Duration of Armistice:
      • VII. Time Limit for Reply:
      • THE NEGRO IN THE WORLD WAR.
        • BEFORE THE WAR.
        • THE WAR FOR DEMOCRATIZATION.
        • THE CRISIS OF THE WORLD.
        • THE FIELD OF ACTION.
        • THE AFTERMATH.
      • BEFORE THE WAR.
      • THE WAR FOR DEMOCRATIZATION.
      • THE CRISIS OF THE WORLD.
      • THE FIELD OF ACTION.
      • THE AFTERMATH.
      • THE NEGRO IN THE NAVY.
        • THE NEGRO IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR.
        • NEGROES IN THE WAR OF 1812.
        • COMMODORE CHAUNCEY'S TRIBUTE.
        • THE COLORED MAN IN THE MEXICAN WAR.
        • IN THE DAYS OF THE CIVIL WAR.
        • THE NEGRO IN THE SPANISH WAR.
        • FINAL RECOGNITION.
        • OTHER INSTANCES.
        • THE NEGRO SEAMAN IN THE WORLD WAR.
        • NEGROES IN THE GRAND FLEET.
        • THE SINKING SHIP.
        • STRUGGLE IN THE WATER.
        • DISAPPEARANCE OF THE CYCLOPS.
        • THE NEGRO TRUE AND LOYAL.
        • THE JACOB JONES.
        • THE SLOWLY SINKING SHIP.
        • STRUGGLING MEN IN THE WATER.
        • SAFEGUARDING THE SURVIVORS.
        • INSTANCE OF RARE SELF-DENIAL.
        • NEGRO FIREMEN AND COAL PASSERS.
        • WONDERFUL DEVOTION TO DUTY.
        • STRANGE EFFECT OF THE EXPLOSIONS.
        • THE ATTACK UPON THE TORPEDO BOAT CASSIN.
        • THE ATTACK.
        • TORPEDOING THE PRESIDENT LINCOLN.
        • COOLNESS AND DISCIPLINE.
        • THE SHIP ABANDONED.
        • INSPECTED BY THE SUBMARINE.
        • THE RESCUE.
        • CONDUCT OF THE SUBMARINE COMMANDER.
        • CAPTURED BY SUBMARINE, NAVAL OFFICER ESCAPES.
        • MADE A PRISONER OF WAR.
        • PLACED IN SOLITARY CONFINEMENT.
        • CAN NOT SPECIFY THE WORK OF THE NEGRO SEAMEN.
        • WORK OF COLORED SEAMEN.
        • TRAINING FOR SERVICE.
        • INSUFFICIENT NUMBER OF OFFICERS.
        • GERMAN PROPAGANDA EFFORT.
        • THE PROPAGANDA FAILS.
        • NUMBER OF NEGROES ENGAGED.
        • PERIL AND DANGER.
        • HARD AND GRINDING WORK.
        • CEASELESS VIGILANCE.
        • GRATIFYING RESULTS OF NAVAL ACTIVITY.
        • THE NEGRO IN THE MERCHANT MARINE.
        • WONDERFUL ACHIEVEMENTS.
        • HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE.
        • GENEROUS RECOGNITION OF SERVICE.
        • ORGANIZATION OF THE MUSTER ROLL SECTION.
        • PERSONNEL OF THE MUSTER ROLL SECTION.
        • SIGNING OF THE ARMISTICE.
        • RETURN OF THE VICTORIOUS FLEET.
      • THE NEGRO IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR.
      • NEGROES IN THE WAR OF 1812.
      • COMMODORE CHAUNCEY'S TRIBUTE.
      • THE COLORED MAN IN THE MEXICAN WAR.
      • IN THE DAYS OF THE CIVIL WAR.
      • THE NEGRO IN THE SPANISH WAR.
      • FINAL RECOGNITION.
      • OTHER INSTANCES.
      • THE NEGRO SEAMAN IN THE WORLD WAR.
      • NEGROES IN THE GRAND FLEET.
      • THE SINKING SHIP.
      • STRUGGLE IN THE WATER.
      • DISAPPEARANCE OF THE CYCLOPS.
      • THE NEGRO TRUE AND LOYAL.
      • THE JACOB JONES.
      • THE SLOWLY SINKING SHIP.
      • STRUGGLING MEN IN THE WATER.
      • SAFEGUARDING THE SURVIVORS.
      • INSTANCE OF RARE SELF-DENIAL.
      • NEGRO FIREMEN AND COAL PASSERS.
      • WONDERFUL DEVOTION TO DUTY.
      • STRANGE EFFECT OF THE EXPLOSIONS.
      • THE ATTACK UPON THE TORPEDO BOAT CASSIN.
      • THE ATTACK.
      • TORPEDOING THE PRESIDENT LINCOLN.
      • COOLNESS AND DISCIPLINE.
      • THE SHIP ABANDONED.
      • INSPECTED BY THE SUBMARINE.
      • THE RESCUE.
      • CONDUCT OF THE SUBMARINE COMMANDER.
      • CAPTURED BY SUBMARINE, NAVAL OFFICER ESCAPES.
      • MADE A PRISONER OF WAR.
      • PLACED IN SOLITARY CONFINEMENT.
      • CAN NOT SPECIFY THE WORK OF THE NEGRO SEAMEN.
      • WORK OF COLORED SEAMEN.
      • TRAINING FOR SERVICE.
      • INSUFFICIENT NUMBER OF OFFICERS.
      • GERMAN PROPAGANDA EFFORT.
      • THE PROPAGANDA FAILS.
      • NUMBER OF NEGROES ENGAGED.
      • PERIL AND DANGER.
      • HARD AND GRINDING WORK.
      • CEASELESS VIGILANCE.
      • GRATIFYING RESULTS OF NAVAL ACTIVITY.
      • THE NEGRO IN THE MERCHANT MARINE.
      • WONDERFUL ACHIEVEMENTS.
      • HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE.
      • GENEROUS RECOGNITION OF SERVICE.
      • ORGANIZATION OF THE MUSTER ROLL SECTION.
      • PERSONNEL OF THE MUSTER ROLL SECTION.
      • SIGNING OF THE ARMISTICE.
      • RETURN OF THE VICTORIOUS FLEET.
      • CHAPTER XXXIII.
        • THE OLD ILLINOIS 8th REGIMENT
        • "THE BLACK DEVILS"
        • THEY DIED THAT OUR REPUBLIC MIGHT LIVE
        • THE LAST SOLDIERS TO CEASE FIGHTING
        • TAKING THE BIT BETWEEN THEIR TEETH
        • FIRST AS WELL AS LAST
        • THE HINDENBURG LINE COULD NOT STOP THEM
        • THEY CROSS THE AILETTE CANAL
        • DESPERATE DEEDS OF DARING
        • ONE MAN ROUTS A MACHINE GUN CREW
        • THE BAND PLAYED ON
        • BORROWING HIS ORDERLY'S EYES
        • WHERE THE FATE OF CIVILIZATION WAS DECIDED
        • FIELDS OF GLORY
        • RETURN TO THE UNITED STATES
        • THIS REGIMENT A REPRESENTATIVE OF ALL
        • SUMMARY OF DEEDS OF THE ILLINOIS 8th
        • THE TERMS IMPOSED ON GERMANY
        • THE PEACE CONGRESS
        • WHY TERMS ARE SO SEVERE
        • THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS
        • THE COVENANT OF THE LEAGUE
        • MEMBERSHIP OF THE LEAGUE
        • HOW THE LEAGUE WILL ADMINISTER ITS TRUST
        • REDUCTION OF ARMAMENT
        • STEPS TAKEN TO PREVENT WAR
        • INTERNATIONAL PROVISIONS FOR LABOR
        • LABOR CONFERENCE
        • THE FIRST MEETING OF THE CONFERENCE
        • PRINCIPLES TO GUIDE THE CONFERENCE
        • NO MORE SECRET TREATIES
        • NEW BOUNDARIES OF GERMANY
        • BETWEEN BELGIUM AND GERMANY
        • LUXEMBOURG SET FREE
        • THE EAST BANK OF THE RHINE
        • ALSACE-LORRAINE
        • THE VALLEY OF THE SAAR
        • A MIXED GOVERNMENT PROVIDED
        • THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS SECURED
        • POSSIBLE RETURN TO GERMANY
        • GERMAN RELATIONS WITH FORMER AUSTRIAN STATES
        • GERMAN RELATIONS WITH NEW POLAND
        • EAST PRUSSIA
        • THE RIGHTS OF EAST PRUSSIA GUARDED
        • DANZIG MADE A FREE CITY
        • RELATIONS BETWEEN DANZIG AND POLAND
        • GERMAN RELATIONS WITH DENMARK
        • HELIGOLAND TO BE DISMANTLED
        • STRIPPED OF HER COLONIAL EMPIRE
        • GERMANY LOSES HER ARMY
        • STRIPPED OF HER NAVY
        • CANNOT HAVE FIGHTING AIR CRAFT
        • COMPULSORY MILITARY SERVICE ABANDONED
        • MANUFACTURE OF GUNS AND AMMUNITION FORBIDDEN
        • WILLIAM II INDICTED AND HIS TRIAL SOUGHT
        • OFFICERS RESPONSIBLE FOR CRUELTIES TO BE TRIED
        • GERMANY MUST PAY ALL THE DAMAGES SHE CAN
        • A PRESENT PAYMENT DEMANDED
        • MUST REPLACE SHIPS SUNK BY SUBMARINES
        • MUST RESTORE DEVASTATED AREAS
        • MUST PAY COST OF ARMY OF OCCUPATION
        • TRADE AND COMMERCE REGULATED
        • FREEDOM OF TRANSIT
        • GERMAN RIVERS INTERNATIONALIZED
        • CONTROL OF THE DANUBE
        • FRANCE, BELGIUM AND THE RHINE
        • THE KIEL CANAL INTERNATIONALIZED
        • THE TERMS NOT TO BE MODIFIED
        • THE ALLIES TAKE NO RISKS
      • THE OLD ILLINOIS 8th REGIMENT
      • "THE BLACK DEVILS"
      • THEY DIED THAT OUR REPUBLIC MIGHT LIVE
      • THE LAST SOLDIERS TO CEASE FIGHTING
      • TAKING THE BIT BETWEEN THEIR TEETH
      • FIRST AS WELL AS LAST
      • THE HINDENBURG LINE COULD NOT STOP THEM
      • THEY CROSS THE AILETTE CANAL
      • DESPERATE DEEDS OF DARING
      • ONE MAN ROUTS A MACHINE GUN CREW
      • THE BAND PLAYED ON
      • BORROWING HIS ORDERLY'S EYES
      • WHERE THE FATE OF CIVILIZATION WAS DECIDED
      • FIELDS OF GLORY
      • RETURN TO THE UNITED STATES
      • THIS REGIMENT A REPRESENTATIVE OF ALL
      • SUMMARY OF DEEDS OF THE ILLINOIS 8th
      • THE TERMS IMPOSED ON GERMANY
      • THE PEACE CONGRESS
      • WHY TERMS ARE SO SEVERE
      • THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS
      • THE COVENANT OF THE LEAGUE
      • MEMBERSHIP OF THE LEAGUE
      • HOW THE LEAGUE WILL ADMINISTER ITS TRUST
      • REDUCTION OF ARMAMENT
      • STEPS TAKEN TO PREVENT WAR
      • INTERNATIONAL PROVISIONS FOR LABOR
      • LABOR CONFERENCE
      • THE FIRST MEETING OF THE CONFERENCE
      • PRINCIPLES TO GUIDE THE CONFERENCE
      • NO MORE SECRET TREATIES
      • NEW BOUNDARIES OF GERMANY
      • BETWEEN BELGIUM AND GERMANY
      • LUXEMBOURG SET FREE
      • THE EAST BANK OF THE RHINE
      • ALSACE-LORRAINE
      • THE VALLEY OF THE SAAR
      • A MIXED GOVERNMENT PROVIDED
      • THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS SECURED
      • POSSIBLE RETURN TO GERMANY
      • GERMAN RELATIONS WITH FORMER AUSTRIAN STATES
      • GERMAN RELATIONS WITH NEW POLAND
      • EAST PRUSSIA
      • THE RIGHTS OF EAST PRUSSIA GUARDED
      • DANZIG MADE A FREE CITY
      • RELATIONS BETWEEN DANZIG AND POLAND
      • GERMAN RELATIONS WITH DENMARK
      • HELIGOLAND TO BE DISMANTLED
      • STRIPPED OF HER COLONIAL EMPIRE
      • GERMANY LOSES HER ARMY
      • STRIPPED OF HER NAVY
      • CANNOT HAVE FIGHTING AIR CRAFT
      • COMPULSORY MILITARY SERVICE ABANDONED
      • MANUFACTURE OF GUNS AND AMMUNITION FORBIDDEN
      • WILLIAM II INDICTED AND HIS TRIAL SOUGHT
      • OFFICERS RESPONSIBLE FOR CRUELTIES TO BE TRIED
      • GERMANY MUST PAY ALL THE DAMAGES SHE CAN
      • A PRESENT PAYMENT DEMANDED
      • MUST REPLACE SHIPS SUNK BY SUBMARINES
      • MUST RESTORE DEVASTATED AREAS
      • MUST PAY COST OF ARMY OF OCCUPATION
      • TRADE AND COMMERCE REGULATED
      • FREEDOM OF TRANSIT
      • GERMAN RIVERS INTERNATIONALIZED
      • CONTROL OF THE DANUBE
      • FRANCE, BELGIUM AND THE RHINE
      • THE KIEL CANAL INTERNATIONALIZED
      • THE TERMS NOT TO BE MODIFIED
      • THE ALLIES TAKE NO RISKS
      • CONDENSED CHRONOLOGY OF THE WAR
        • 1914.
        • 1915.
        • 1916.
        • 1917.
        • 1918.
        • 1919.
      • 1914.
      • 1915.
      • 1916.
      • 1917.
      • 1918.
      • 1919.
    • CHAPTER I
      • INTRODUCTORY
      • CHAPTER II
      • GEN. PERSHING'S OWN STORY
      • CHAPTER III
      • PRESIDENT WILSON'S REVIEW OF THE WAR
      • CHAPTER IV
      • THE FLASH THAT SET THE WORLD AFLAME
      • CHAPTER V
      • WHY AMERICA ENTERED THE WAR
      • CHAPTER VI
      • THE THINGS THAT MADE MEN MAD
      • CHAPTER VII
      • THE SLINKING SUBMARINE
      • CHAPTER VIII
      • THWARTING THE U-BOAT
      • CHAPTER IX
      • THE EYES OF BATTLE
      • CHAPTER X
      • WAR'S STRANGE DEVICES
      • CHAPTER XI
      • WONDERFUL WAR WEAPONS
      • CHAPTER XII
      • THE WORLD'S ARMIES
      • CHAPTER XIII
      • THE WORLD'S NAVIES
      • CHAPTER XIV
      • THE NATIONS AT WAR
      • CHAPTER XV
      • MODERN WAR METHODS
      • CHAPTER XVI
      • WOMAN AND THE WAR
      • CHAPTER XVII
      • THE TERRIBLE PRICE
      • CHAPTER XVIII
      • THE WORLD RULERS AT WAR
      • CHAPTER XIX
      • THE WAR'S WHO'S WHO
      • CHAPTER XX
      • CHEMISTRY IN THE WAR
      • CHAPTER XXI
      • OUR NEIGHBORING ALLY
      • CHAPTER XXII
      • THE HEROIC ANZAC
      • CHAPTER XXIII
      • AMERICA STEPS IN
      • CHAPTER XXIV
      • UNCLE SAM TAKES HOLD
      • CHAPTER XXV
      • A GERMAN CRISIS
      • CHAPTER XXVI
      • UNCLE SAM AND THE NEUTRALS
      • CHAPTER XXVII
      • THE ACTIONS OF THE WAR
      • CHAPTER XXVIII
      • AMERICAN FORCES BECOME FACTOR
      • CHAPTER XXIX
      • AMERICANS TURN WAR'S TIDE
      • CHAPTER XXX
      • VICTORY—PEACE
      • THE NEGRO IN THE WORLD WAR
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • CHAPTER II
    • GEN. PERSHING'S OWN STORY
    • CHAPTER III
    • PRESIDENT WILSON'S REVIEW OF THE WAR
    • CHAPTER IV
    • THE FLASH THAT SET THE WORLD AFLAME
    • CHAPTER V
    • WHY AMERICA ENTERED THE WAR
    • CHAPTER VI
    • THE THINGS THAT MADE MEN MAD
    • CHAPTER VII
    • THE SLINKING SUBMARINE
    • CHAPTER VIII
    • THWARTING THE U-BOAT
    • CHAPTER IX
    • THE EYES OF BATTLE
    • CHAPTER X
    • WAR'S STRANGE DEVICES
    • CHAPTER XI
    • WONDERFUL WAR WEAPONS
    • CHAPTER XII
    • THE WORLD'S ARMIES
    • CHAPTER XIII
    • THE WORLD'S NAVIES
    • CHAPTER XIV
    • THE NATIONS AT WAR
    • CHAPTER XV
    • MODERN WAR METHODS
    • CHAPTER XVI
    • WOMAN AND THE WAR
    • CHAPTER XVII
    • THE TERRIBLE PRICE
    • CHAPTER XVIII
    • THE WORLD RULERS AT WAR
    • CHAPTER XIX
    • THE WAR'S WHO'S WHO
    • CHAPTER XX
    • CHEMISTRY IN THE WAR
    • CHAPTER XXI
    • OUR NEIGHBORING ALLY
    • CHAPTER XXII
    • THE HEROIC ANZAC
    • CHAPTER XXIII
    • AMERICA STEPS IN
    • CHAPTER XXIV
    • UNCLE SAM TAKES HOLD
    • CHAPTER XXV
    • A GERMAN CRISIS
    • CHAPTER XXVI
    • UNCLE SAM AND THE NEUTRALS
    • CHAPTER XXVII
    • THE ACTIONS OF THE WAR
    • CHAPTER XXVIII
    • AMERICAN FORCES BECOME FACTOR
    • CHAPTER XXIX
    • AMERICANS TURN WAR'S TIDE
    • CHAPTER XXX
    • VICTORY—PEACE
    • THE NEGRO IN THE WORLD WAR
    • CHAPTER I.
      • INTRODUCTORY.
      • THE GERMAN STATES.
      • THE RISE OF PRUSSIA.
      • THE DAYS OF BISMARCK.
      • THE GERMAN EMPIRE.
      • DEVELOPMENT OF THE EMPIRE.
      • BUILT ON A FOUNDATION OF SAND.
      • WILLIAM II.
      • ACTIVITIES IN WHICH HE WAS INTERESTED.
      • PAN-GERMANISM.
      • OUTWORKINGS OF THE PLOT.
      • PROBLEMS TO BE SOLVED.
      • THE REAL CAUSES OF THE WAR.
      • DECISION FOR WAR.
      • EVENTS OF 1914.
      • BELGIAN RESISTANCE.
      • RETREAT TO THE MARNE.
      • THE FIRST BATTLE OF THE MARNE.
      • THE MAGNITUDE OF THE BATTLE.
      • THE BATTLE OF TANNENBERG.
      • EVENTS OF 1915.
      • ON THE EAST FRONT.
      • THE DARDANELLES CAMPAIGN.
      • EVENTS OF 1916.
      • THE GREAT BATTLE OF VERDUN.
      • THE BATTLE ITSELF.
      • CONQUEST OF ROUMANIA.
      • EVENTS OF 1917.
      • THE UNITED STATES IN WAR.
      • THE COLLAPSE OF RUSSIA.
      • THE ITALIAN REVERSE.
      • EVENTS OF 1918.
      • GERMAN OFFENSIVE IN 1918.
      • WHEN THE AMERICANS CAME.
      • TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY MILES OF BATTLE.
      • UNIFIED COMMAND.
      • AMERICAN ASSISTANCE.
      • AGAIN THE MARNE.
      • CHATEAU THIERRY.
      • OTHER VICTORIES.
      • THE DOWNFALL OF TURKEY.
      • THE APPROACHING END.
      • THE ALLIES TAKE THE INITIATIVE.
      • THE COLLAPSE OF THE TEUTONIC ALLIES.
      • GREAT ITALIAN VICTORY.
      • THE GERMAN ARMISTICE.
    • INTRODUCTORY.
    • THE GERMAN STATES.
    • THE RISE OF PRUSSIA.
    • THE DAYS OF BISMARCK.
    • THE GERMAN EMPIRE.
    • DEVELOPMENT OF THE EMPIRE.
    • BUILT ON A FOUNDATION OF SAND.
    • WILLIAM II.
    • ACTIVITIES IN WHICH HE WAS INTERESTED.
    • PAN-GERMANISM.
    • OUTWORKINGS OF THE PLOT.
    • PROBLEMS TO BE SOLVED.
    • THE REAL CAUSES OF THE WAR.
    • DECISION FOR WAR.
    • EVENTS OF 1914.
    • BELGIAN RESISTANCE.
    • RETREAT TO THE MARNE.
    • THE FIRST BATTLE OF THE MARNE.
    • THE MAGNITUDE OF THE BATTLE.
    • THE BATTLE OF TANNENBERG.
    • EVENTS OF 1915.
    • ON THE EAST FRONT.
    • THE DARDANELLES CAMPAIGN.
    • EVENTS OF 1916.
    • THE GREAT BATTLE OF VERDUN.
    • THE BATTLE ITSELF.
    • CONQUEST OF ROUMANIA.
    • EVENTS OF 1917.
    • THE UNITED STATES IN WAR.
    • THE COLLAPSE OF RUSSIA.
    • THE ITALIAN REVERSE.
    • EVENTS OF 1918.
    • GERMAN OFFENSIVE IN 1918.
    • WHEN THE AMERICANS CAME.
    • TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY MILES OF BATTLE.
    • UNIFIED COMMAND.
    • AMERICAN ASSISTANCE.
    • AGAIN THE MARNE.
    • CHATEAU THIERRY.
    • OTHER VICTORIES.
    • THE DOWNFALL OF TURKEY.
    • THE APPROACHING END.
    • THE ALLIES TAKE THE INITIATIVE.
    • THE COLLAPSE OF THE TEUTONIC ALLIES.
    • GREAT ITALIAN VICTORY.
    • THE GERMAN ARMISTICE.
    • CHAPTER II.
      • GENERAL PERSHING'S OWN STORY OF THE VICTORIOUS AMERICAN ARMY
      • ORGANIZATION OF GENERAL STAFF.
      • ORGANIZATION OF THE FORCES.
      • SCHOOLS OF INSTRUCTION.
      • AMERICAN ZONE.
      • VAST PREPARATIONS NECESSARY.
      • SKILLED HELP.
      • WORK OF THE DEPARTMENTS.
      • TRANSPORTATION AND ENGINEER'S DEPARTMENT.
      • PURCHASES IN EUROPE.
      • ARTILLERY, AIRPLANES AND TANKS.
      • OUR OBLIGATIONS TO FRANCE.
      • CAMP WELFARE WORK.
      • COMBAT OPERATIONS.
      • TROOPS PLACED UNDER MARSHAL FOCH.
      • THE CANTIGNY OPERATIONS.
      • THE GERMAN AISNE OFFENSIVE.
      • OPERATIONS NEAR RHEIMS.
      • BEGINNING OF THE COUNTER ATTACK.
      • THE SOISSONS ATTACK.
      • BATTLE OF ST. MIHIEL.
      • PREPARATION FOR THE ATTACK.
      • LOCATION OF THE TROOPS.
      • MOVEMENT OF THE TROOPS.
      • PREPARATION FOR THE ARGONNE OFFENSIVE.
      • LINE OF BATTLE.
      • BATTLE OPERATIONS.
      • GREAT DIFFICULTIES OVERCOME.
      • OTHER UNITS WITH ALLIES.
      • OPERATIONS NEAR RHEIMS.
      • RESULTS OF AMERICAN OPERATIONS.
      • PROGRESS UNDER DIFFICULTIES.
      • FORMATION OF SECOND ARMY.
      • AMERICANS IN BELGIUM.
      • REGROUPING FOR FINAL ASSAULT.
      • SUCCESSFUL ACCOMPLISHMENT.
      • TROOPS ENGAGED.
      • OPERATIONS EAST OF THE MEUSE.
      • RELATIONS WITH THE ALLIES.
      • STRENGTH.
      • WARM APPRECIATION.
      • SPECIAL WORK OF DEPARTMENTS.
      • SPLENDID TECHNICAL SERVICE.
      • TRIBUTE TO THE PERSONNEL OF THE VARIOUS BRANCHES.
    • GENERAL PERSHING'S OWN STORY OF THE VICTORIOUS AMERICAN ARMY
    • ORGANIZATION OF GENERAL STAFF.
    • ORGANIZATION OF THE FORCES.
    • SCHOOLS OF INSTRUCTION.
    • AMERICAN ZONE.
    • VAST PREPARATIONS NECESSARY.
    • SKILLED HELP.
    • WORK OF THE DEPARTMENTS.
    • TRANSPORTATION AND ENGINEER'S DEPARTMENT.
    • PURCHASES IN EUROPE.
    • ARTILLERY, AIRPLANES AND TANKS.
    • OUR OBLIGATIONS TO FRANCE.
    • CAMP WELFARE WORK.
    • COMBAT OPERATIONS.
    • TROOPS PLACED UNDER MARSHAL FOCH.
    • THE CANTIGNY OPERATIONS.
    • THE GERMAN AISNE OFFENSIVE.
    • OPERATIONS NEAR RHEIMS.
    • BEGINNING OF THE COUNTER ATTACK.
    • THE SOISSONS ATTACK.
    • BATTLE OF ST. MIHIEL.
    • PREPARATION FOR THE ATTACK.
    • LOCATION OF THE TROOPS.
    • MOVEMENT OF THE TROOPS.
    • PREPARATION FOR THE ARGONNE OFFENSIVE.
    • LINE OF BATTLE.
    • BATTLE OPERATIONS.
    • GREAT DIFFICULTIES OVERCOME.
    • OTHER UNITS WITH ALLIES.
    • OPERATIONS NEAR RHEIMS.
    • RESULTS OF AMERICAN OPERATIONS.
    • PROGRESS UNDER DIFFICULTIES.
    • FORMATION OF SECOND ARMY.
    • AMERICANS IN BELGIUM.
    • REGROUPING FOR FINAL ASSAULT.
    • SUCCESSFUL ACCOMPLISHMENT.
    • TROOPS ENGAGED.
    • OPERATIONS EAST OF THE MEUSE.
    • RELATIONS WITH THE ALLIES.
    • STRENGTH.
    • WARM APPRECIATION.
    • SPECIAL WORK OF DEPARTMENTS.
    • SPLENDID TECHNICAL SERVICE.
    • TRIBUTE TO THE PERSONNEL OF THE VARIOUS BRANCHES.
    • CHAPTER III.
      • PRESIDENT WILSON'S REVIEW OF THE WAR.
      • TROOP MOVEMENT DURING THE YEAR.
      • TRIBUTE TO AMERICAN SOLDIERS.
      • SPLENDID SPIRIT OF THE NATION.
      • PATRIOTIC WOMEN OF AMERICA.
      • RESUME THE WORK OF PEACE.
      • ORGANIZATION FOR WAR.
      • OUTLINE OF WORK IN PARIS.
      • SUPPORT OF NATION URGED.
      • PRESIDENT WILSON'S DIPLOMATIC MISSION.
    • PRESIDENT WILSON'S REVIEW OF THE WAR.
    • TROOP MOVEMENT DURING THE YEAR.
    • TRIBUTE TO AMERICAN SOLDIERS.
    • SPLENDID SPIRIT OF THE NATION.
    • PATRIOTIC WOMEN OF AMERICA.
    • RESUME THE WORK OF PEACE.
    • ORGANIZATION FOR WAR.
    • OUTLINE OF WORK IN PARIS.
    • SUPPORT OF NATION URGED.
    • PRESIDENT WILSON'S DIPLOMATIC MISSION.
    • CHAPTER IV.
      • THE FLASH THAT SET THE WORLD AFLAME.
      • THE FOUR GROUPS.
      • REGARDED EACH OTHER WITH SUSPICION.
      • THE SERVIANS EMBITTERED.
      • NO CAUSE FOR WAR.
      • STRAIN BETWEEN GERMANY AND RUSSIA.
      • OUTLETS TO THE WORLD'S MARKET.
    • THE FLASH THAT SET THE WORLD AFLAME.
    • THE FOUR GROUPS.
    • REGARDED EACH OTHER WITH SUSPICION.
    • THE SERVIANS EMBITTERED.
    • NO CAUSE FOR WAR.
    • STRAIN BETWEEN GERMANY AND RUSSIA.
    • OUTLETS TO THE WORLD'S MARKET.
    • CHAPTER V.
      • WHY AMERICA ENTERED THE WAR.
      • WHAT MILITARISM IS.
      • IN WAR TO DEFEND RIGHTS.
      • AMERICA MUST LIVE.
      • GERMANY'S CRIMES AGAINST US.
      • GOVERNMENT THAT HAS NO CONSCIENCE.
      • LIVE IN HAUNTED TERROR.
      • GERMANY A WARLIKE RACE.
      • BIRTH OF THE MILITARY SPIRIT.
      • HELD EUROPE AT HIS MERCY.
      • PEACE STRENGTH INCREASED.
      • EGOTISTICAL AND EXAGGERATED UTTERANCES.
      • LEAGUE AT WORK SINCE 1911.
      • VERGE OF DISSOLUTION.
    • WHY AMERICA ENTERED THE WAR.
    • WHAT MILITARISM IS.
    • IN WAR TO DEFEND RIGHTS.
    • AMERICA MUST LIVE.
    • GERMANY'S CRIMES AGAINST US.
    • GOVERNMENT THAT HAS NO CONSCIENCE.
    • LIVE IN HAUNTED TERROR.
    • GERMANY A WARLIKE RACE.
    • BIRTH OF THE MILITARY SPIRIT.
    • HELD EUROPE AT HIS MERCY.
    • PEACE STRENGTH INCREASED.
    • EGOTISTICAL AND EXAGGERATED UTTERANCES.
    • LEAGUE AT WORK SINCE 1911.
    • VERGE OF DISSOLUTION.
    • CHAPTER VI.
      • THE THINGS THAT MADE MEN MAD.
      • THE UNITED STATES' ATTITUDE.
      • THE INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE.
      • THE DAYS OF BARBARISM.
      • GERMAN CUPIDITY.
      • TREATY OBLIGATIONS.
      • DETAILED ATROCITIES OUTLINED.
      • SHOCKING BARBARITIES.
      • LUSTFUL CRUELTY OF THE GERMANS.
      • A LAME EXCUSE OFFERED.
      • BASE INDIGNITIES TO CLERGYMEN.
      • THE AMERICAN MINISTER'S REPORT.
      • RAGE, TERROR AND DESPAIR.
      • A MORTAL BLOW TO BELGIANS.
      • CRUEL EXTREME OF PUNISHMENT.
      • PERONNE A HOPELESS RUIN.
      • A LITTLE TOWN REDUCED.
      • OF MASSIVE ARCHITECTURE.
      • ACCORDING TO THE PRINCIPLE OF WAR.
      • DESECRATION OF TREES.
      • NEITHER MEAT NOR MILK.
      • BETTER PREPARED NEXT TIME.
    • THE THINGS THAT MADE MEN MAD.
    • THE UNITED STATES' ATTITUDE.
    • THE INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE.
    • THE DAYS OF BARBARISM.
    • GERMAN CUPIDITY.
    • TREATY OBLIGATIONS.
    • DETAILED ATROCITIES OUTLINED.
    • SHOCKING BARBARITIES.
    • LUSTFUL CRUELTY OF THE GERMANS.
    • A LAME EXCUSE OFFERED.
    • BASE INDIGNITIES TO CLERGYMEN.
    • THE AMERICAN MINISTER'S REPORT.
    • RAGE, TERROR AND DESPAIR.
    • A MORTAL BLOW TO BELGIANS.
    • CRUEL EXTREME OF PUNISHMENT.
    • PERONNE A HOPELESS RUIN.
    • A LITTLE TOWN REDUCED.
    • OF MASSIVE ARCHITECTURE.
    • ACCORDING TO THE PRINCIPLE OF WAR.
    • DESECRATION OF TREES.
    • NEITHER MEAT NOR MILK.
    • BETTER PREPARED NEXT TIME.
    • CHAPTER VII.
      • THE SLINKING SUBMARINE.
      • THE DUTIES OF WAR CAST ASIDE.
      • GROWING DISTRESS AND AMAZEMENT.
      • WHOLESALE DESTRUCTION OF VESSELS.
      • TORPEDO'S DEADLY WORK.
      • EFFICIENCY OF THE SUBMARINE.
      • PRINCIPLE OF THE SUBMARINE.
      • SUBMARINE AN ANOMALY IN WARFARE.
      • SHIP NOT STRUCK BY A MINE.
      • PASSENGERS' AGONIZING SUFFERINGS.
      • TROUSERS USED AS SIGNAL.
      • SUBMARINE TOWS RUSSIAN SHIP.
      • THE U-BOAT TYPE OF SUBMERSIBLE.
      • HOW SUBMARINES WORK.
      • DESCRIPTION OF A PERISCOPE.
      • TALES OF REMARKABLE EXPLOITS.
      • THE SHIP ABANDONED.
    • THE SLINKING SUBMARINE.
    • THE DUTIES OF WAR CAST ASIDE.
    • GROWING DISTRESS AND AMAZEMENT.
    • WHOLESALE DESTRUCTION OF VESSELS.
    • TORPEDO'S DEADLY WORK.
    • EFFICIENCY OF THE SUBMARINE.
    • PRINCIPLE OF THE SUBMARINE.
    • SUBMARINE AN ANOMALY IN WARFARE.
    • SHIP NOT STRUCK BY A MINE.
    • PASSENGERS' AGONIZING SUFFERINGS.
    • TROUSERS USED AS SIGNAL.
    • SUBMARINE TOWS RUSSIAN SHIP.
    • THE U-BOAT TYPE OF SUBMERSIBLE.
    • HOW SUBMARINES WORK.
    • DESCRIPTION OF A PERISCOPE.
    • TALES OF REMARKABLE EXPLOITS.
    • THE SHIP ABANDONED.
    • CHAPTER VIII.
      • THWARTING THE U-BOAT.
      • NO EXPERT NAVAL KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED.
      • A POOR SURFACE FIGHTER.
      • OPERATING IN CONNECTION WITH AN AEROPLANE.
      • PROVISION FOR OFFICERS AND CREW.
      • CATALOGUED AS "PATROL BOATS."
      • CHASER TROUBLES THE SUBMARINE.
      • CREW THRILLED WITH JOY.
      • FOULS A SUBMERGED SPAR.
      • WERE TAKING NO CHANCES.
      • THE HAWK-EYED AEROPLANE.
      • NOT TO BE OUT-DISTANCED.
      • THE IMPORTANCE OF THE "BLIMP."
      • DESCRIPTION OF THE "BLIMP."
      • THE "BLIMP" WELL EQUIPPED.
    • THWARTING THE U-BOAT.
    • NO EXPERT NAVAL KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED.
    • A POOR SURFACE FIGHTER.
    • OPERATING IN CONNECTION WITH AN AEROPLANE.
    • PROVISION FOR OFFICERS AND CREW.
    • CATALOGUED AS "PATROL BOATS."
    • CHASER TROUBLES THE SUBMARINE.
    • CREW THRILLED WITH JOY.
    • FOULS A SUBMERGED SPAR.
    • WERE TAKING NO CHANCES.
    • THE HAWK-EYED AEROPLANE.
    • NOT TO BE OUT-DISTANCED.
    • THE IMPORTANCE OF THE "BLIMP."
    • DESCRIPTION OF THE "BLIMP."
    • THE "BLIMP" WELL EQUIPPED.
    • CHAPTER IX.
      • THE EYES OF BATTLE.
      • THE AIR SCOUT'S USEFULNESS.
      • LIKE AN IMMENSE GRIDIRON.
      • GERMANY'S PREPAREDNESS.
      • MANY KINDS OF BOMBS.
      • ACCURACY THE GREAT DIFFICULTY.
      • THE SMOKE SCREEN.
      • PROPORTION OF FIGHTING PLANES.
      • RESOURCES AT GOVERNMENT'S COMMAND.
      • GAUDY TASTES OF AIRMEN.
      • COMBED BY MACHINE GUNS.
      • AIRPLANES ATTACK TROOPS.
      • ON CONTACT PATROL WORK.
      • MACHINE ON PRACTICAL BASIS.
    • THE EYES OF BATTLE.
    • THE AIR SCOUT'S USEFULNESS.
    • LIKE AN IMMENSE GRIDIRON.
    • GERMANY'S PREPAREDNESS.
    • MANY KINDS OF BOMBS.
    • ACCURACY THE GREAT DIFFICULTY.
    • THE SMOKE SCREEN.
    • PROPORTION OF FIGHTING PLANES.
    • RESOURCES AT GOVERNMENT'S COMMAND.
    • GAUDY TASTES OF AIRMEN.
    • COMBED BY MACHINE GUNS.
    • AIRPLANES ATTACK TROOPS.
    • ON CONTACT PATROL WORK.
    • MACHINE ON PRACTICAL BASIS.
    • CHAPTER X.
      • WAR'S STRANGE DEVICES.
      • THIN SHELLS OF STEEL.
      • DREAD INSTRUMENT OF WAR.
      • INTRODUCTION OF GAS MASK.
      • EFFECTIVE IN A HUNDRED WAYS.
      • THE TANK DEFIES ALL OBSTACLES.
      • TANK'S "CATERPILLAR" FEATURE.
      • NATIONAL RESOURCES TO DISLODGE A MAN.
      • A WONDERFUL GUN.
      • A THING UNDREAMED OF.
      • A SITUATION ALMOST BEYOND CONTROL.
      • RAIN OF SHELLS LIKE STREAMS OF WATER.
      • DEPENDING ON LOCAL CONDITIONS.
      • GERMAN EQUIVOCATION.
      • NEW METHOD OF WARFARE.
      • THE BELGIAN HELMET.
      • LOW VELOCITY MOST EFFECTIVE.
      • COMPOSITION A SECRET.
      • AN AMERICAN BULLET.
    • WAR'S STRANGE DEVICES.
    • THIN SHELLS OF STEEL.
    • DREAD INSTRUMENT OF WAR.
    • INTRODUCTION OF GAS MASK.
    • EFFECTIVE IN A HUNDRED WAYS.
    • THE TANK DEFIES ALL OBSTACLES.
    • TANK'S "CATERPILLAR" FEATURE.
    • NATIONAL RESOURCES TO DISLODGE A MAN.
    • A WONDERFUL GUN.
    • A THING UNDREAMED OF.
    • A SITUATION ALMOST BEYOND CONTROL.
    • RAIN OF SHELLS LIKE STREAMS OF WATER.
    • DEPENDING ON LOCAL CONDITIONS.
    • GERMAN EQUIVOCATION.
    • NEW METHOD OF WARFARE.
    • THE BELGIAN HELMET.
    • LOW VELOCITY MOST EFFECTIVE.
    • COMPOSITION A SECRET.
    • AN AMERICAN BULLET.
    • CHAPTER XI
      • WONDERFUL WAR WEAPONS.
      • INFANTRY AND FIELD ARTILLERY.
      • THE MOVING OF HEAVY WEAPONS.
      • VALUE OF ARMORED CARS.
      • ITALY'S SINGULAR POSITION.
      • THE WHEELED FORT.
      • IMPORTANCE OF THE AUTOMOBILE.
      • FRANCE'S TRANSPORTATION RESOURCES.
      • FRANCE'S ARMORED FIGHTING MACHINES.
      • THE IMPORTANCE OF OBSERVATIONS.
      • SMALL GUNS OF VARIED INTERESTS.
      • OLD FLINTLOCK IN WAR.
      • FIGHTING RANGE 800 YARDS.
      • AUTOMATIC MACHINE RIFLES.
      • MUNITION SUPPLY AUGMENTED.
      • THE TRENCH PERISCOPE.
      • "KNAPSACK" STATIONS.
      • A WORD ABOUT "HEAVY ARTILLERY."
    • WONDERFUL WAR WEAPONS.
    • INFANTRY AND FIELD ARTILLERY.
    • THE MOVING OF HEAVY WEAPONS.
    • VALUE OF ARMORED CARS.
    • ITALY'S SINGULAR POSITION.
    • THE WHEELED FORT.
    • IMPORTANCE OF THE AUTOMOBILE.
    • FRANCE'S TRANSPORTATION RESOURCES.
    • FRANCE'S ARMORED FIGHTING MACHINES.
    • THE IMPORTANCE OF OBSERVATIONS.
    • SMALL GUNS OF VARIED INTERESTS.
    • OLD FLINTLOCK IN WAR.
    • FIGHTING RANGE 800 YARDS.
    • AUTOMATIC MACHINE RIFLES.
    • MUNITION SUPPLY AUGMENTED.
    • THE TRENCH PERISCOPE.
    • "KNAPSACK" STATIONS.
    • A WORD ABOUT "HEAVY ARTILLERY."
    • CHAPTER XII.
      • THE WORLD'S ARMIES.
      • STRENGTH OF GERMAN ARMY.
      • INFANTRY.
      • CAVALRY.
      • ARTILLERY.
      • THE UNITED STATES ARMY.
      • THE REGULAR ARMY.
      • UNITS ON WAR FOOTING.
      • MILLIONS NOT IN THE COUNTRY'S SERVICE.
      • THE FRENCH ARMY.
      • FRENCH MILITARY DIVISIONS.
      • THE RUSSIAN ARMY.
      • RUSSIAN FIELD BATTERIES.
      • AUSTRIA-HUNGARIAN ARMY.
      • THE ITALIAN ARMY.
      • GREAT BRITAIN'S ARMY.
      • BELGIAN ARMY PEACE FOOTING.
      • SPAIN'S STANDING ARMY.
      • CHINA'S MILITARY RESOURCES.
      • POLISH QUADRILATERAL.
    • THE WORLD'S ARMIES.
    • STRENGTH OF GERMAN ARMY.
    • INFANTRY.
    • CAVALRY.
    • ARTILLERY.
    • THE UNITED STATES ARMY.
    • THE REGULAR ARMY.
    • UNITS ON WAR FOOTING.
    • MILLIONS NOT IN THE COUNTRY'S SERVICE.
    • THE FRENCH ARMY.
    • FRENCH MILITARY DIVISIONS.
    • THE RUSSIAN ARMY.
    • RUSSIAN FIELD BATTERIES.
    • AUSTRIA-HUNGARIAN ARMY.
    • THE ITALIAN ARMY.
    • GREAT BRITAIN'S ARMY.
    • BELGIAN ARMY PEACE FOOTING.
    • SPAIN'S STANDING ARMY.
    • CHINA'S MILITARY RESOURCES.
    • POLISH QUADRILATERAL.
    • CHAPTER XIII.
      • THE WORLD'S NAVIES.
      • THE BRITISH NAVY.
      • MONSTERS OF THE SEA.
      • THE FRENCH NAVY.
      • THE RUSSIAN NAVY.
      • THE AUSTRIAN NAVY.
      • THE JAPANESE NAVY.
      • THE ITALIAN NAVY.
      • THE TURKISH NAVY.
      • THE UNITED STATES NAVY.
      • AMPLE PROVISION FOR THE WOUNDED.
      • HUGE FIGHTING CRAFT.
      • POLICEMEN OF THE SEA.
      • TRANSPORTATION OF BIG GUN.
      • EVERY MAN'S SERVICE.
      • AN UNAPPROACHABLE RECORD.
      • THE MANY-SIDED MARINE.
    • THE WORLD'S NAVIES.
    • THE BRITISH NAVY.
    • MONSTERS OF THE SEA.
    • THE FRENCH NAVY.
    • THE RUSSIAN NAVY.
    • THE AUSTRIAN NAVY.
    • THE JAPANESE NAVY.
    • THE ITALIAN NAVY.
    • THE TURKISH NAVY.
    • THE UNITED STATES NAVY.
    • AMPLE PROVISION FOR THE WOUNDED.
    • HUGE FIGHTING CRAFT.
    • POLICEMEN OF THE SEA.
    • TRANSPORTATION OF BIG GUN.
    • EVERY MAN'S SERVICE.
    • AN UNAPPROACHABLE RECORD.
    • THE MANY-SIDED MARINE.
    • CHAPTER XIV.
      • THE NATIONS AT WAR.
      • INVASION OF BELGIUM.
      • IN THE NATURE OF MERE FORMALITIES.
      • "COMIC OPERA" SOLDIERS.
      • A REGION OF MOUNTAINS.
      • WHY ITALY ENTERED THE WAR.
      • DIVIDED INTO SIXTEEN DEPARTMENTS.
      • LITTLE BOSNIA'S FUTURE.
      • ONE OF THE BALKAN GROUP.
      • AN OBJECT OF CONTENTION.
      • PICTURESQUE TURKEY.
      • PHOENIX OF THE GREEK EMPIRE.
      • WINGED FIREBRANDS.
      • BASE IMPOSTER SLAIN.
      • FAMILY'S WRETCHED CAREER.
      • BETRAYAL OF RUSSIA'S MILITARY PLANS.
      • SPAIN, PAST AND PRESENT.
    • THE NATIONS AT WAR.
    • INVASION OF BELGIUM.
    • IN THE NATURE OF MERE FORMALITIES.
    • "COMIC OPERA" SOLDIERS.
    • A REGION OF MOUNTAINS.
    • WHY ITALY ENTERED THE WAR.
    • DIVIDED INTO SIXTEEN DEPARTMENTS.
    • LITTLE BOSNIA'S FUTURE.
    • ONE OF THE BALKAN GROUP.
    • AN OBJECT OF CONTENTION.
    • PICTURESQUE TURKEY.
    • PHOENIX OF THE GREEK EMPIRE.
    • WINGED FIREBRANDS.
    • BASE IMPOSTER SLAIN.
    • FAMILY'S WRETCHED CAREER.
    • BETRAYAL OF RUSSIA'S MILITARY PLANS.
    • SPAIN, PAST AND PRESENT.
    • CHAPTER XV.
      • MODERN WAR METHODS.
      • WAR'S MANY DEVELOPMENTS.
      • CAVALRY'S SUCCESSFUL CHARGES.
      • CAVALRY'S IMPORTANT SERVICE.
      • LUXURIOUS DUGOUTS.
      • MANY DEADLY DEVICES.
      • INFECTED WITH ASIATIC JAUNDICE.
      • AMERICA'S GREAT SERVICE IN WAR ZONE.
      • RESULT OF SCIENTIFIC SURGERY.
      • SIGNALED BEGINNING OF BATTLE.
      • SUGGESTS A CUP OF TEA.
      • DIFFICULT MOUNTAIN FIGHTING.
      • HALTED BY INTIMIDATION.
      • TYPICAL ROAD BUILDERS.
      • SYSTEM ONE OF TACKLES.
      • PROBLEMS OF TRANSPORTATION.
    • MODERN WAR METHODS.
    • WAR'S MANY DEVELOPMENTS.
    • CAVALRY'S SUCCESSFUL CHARGES.
    • CAVALRY'S IMPORTANT SERVICE.
    • LUXURIOUS DUGOUTS.
    • MANY DEADLY DEVICES.
    • INFECTED WITH ASIATIC JAUNDICE.
    • AMERICA'S GREAT SERVICE IN WAR ZONE.
    • RESULT OF SCIENTIFIC SURGERY.
    • SIGNALED BEGINNING OF BATTLE.
    • SUGGESTS A CUP OF TEA.
    • DIFFICULT MOUNTAIN FIGHTING.
    • HALTED BY INTIMIDATION.
    • TYPICAL ROAD BUILDERS.
    • SYSTEM ONE OF TACKLES.
    • PROBLEMS OF TRANSPORTATION.
    • CHAPTER XVI.
      • WOMAN AND THE WAR.
      • THE WORK OF WOMEN.
      • VARIED OCCUPATIONS OF WOMEN.
      • WOMAN'S MANY SERVICES.
      • WOMAN BENT ON DOING HER UTMOST.
      • RESOLUTION ON ECONOMICS.
      • WOMAN AS WAGE EARNER.
      • BRITISH WOMEN'S PATRIOTISM.
      • SUCCESS BUILT ON RUINS OF FAILURE.
      • NATIONAL SERVICE FOR WOMEN.
      • ALL KINDS OF WOMEN ENLISTED.
      • NOTED WOMEN IN THE WORK.
      • OTHER SOCIETIES ORGANIZED.
      • LONDON-WALES UNIT.
      • UNIT TAKEN PRISONERS.
      • WOMAN'S INGENUITY.
      • WOMEN AS POLICEMEN.
    • WOMAN AND THE WAR.
    • THE WORK OF WOMEN.
    • VARIED OCCUPATIONS OF WOMEN.
    • WOMAN'S MANY SERVICES.
    • WOMAN BENT ON DOING HER UTMOST.
    • RESOLUTION ON ECONOMICS.
    • WOMAN AS WAGE EARNER.
    • BRITISH WOMEN'S PATRIOTISM.
    • SUCCESS BUILT ON RUINS OF FAILURE.
    • NATIONAL SERVICE FOR WOMEN.
    • ALL KINDS OF WOMEN ENLISTED.
    • NOTED WOMEN IN THE WORK.
    • OTHER SOCIETIES ORGANIZED.
    • LONDON-WALES UNIT.
    • UNIT TAKEN PRISONERS.
    • WOMAN'S INGENUITY.
    • WOMEN AS POLICEMEN.
    • CHAPTER XVII.
      • THE TERRIBLE PRICE.
      • IMMENSE LOSS TO COMMERCE.
      • GREAT BRITAIN'S CASUALTIES.
      • FIGURES POSITIVELY STAGGERING.
      • A MATTER OF DOLLARS AND CENTS.
      • COMPARATIVE WAR EXPENSES.
      • POPULATION AND WEALTH OF COUNTRIES.
      • IMMENSE SUM FOR ARMY AND NAVY.
      • ANNUAL NATIONAL INCOME.
      • SOME IDEA OF NATIONAL FINANCING.
      • COUNTRY'S NATURAL RESOURCES.
    • THE TERRIBLE PRICE.
    • IMMENSE LOSS TO COMMERCE.
    • GREAT BRITAIN'S CASUALTIES.
    • FIGURES POSITIVELY STAGGERING.
    • A MATTER OF DOLLARS AND CENTS.
    • COMPARATIVE WAR EXPENSES.
    • POPULATION AND WEALTH OF COUNTRIES.
    • IMMENSE SUM FOR ARMY AND NAVY.
    • ANNUAL NATIONAL INCOME.
    • SOME IDEA OF NATIONAL FINANCING.
    • COUNTRY'S NATURAL RESOURCES.
    • CHAPTER XVIII.
      • THE WORLD RULERS AT WAR.
      • WILSON'S MANY HONORS.
      • GERMANY MUST BE RECKONED WITH.
      • THE "GOD-APPOINTED" HOHENZOLLERNS.
      • EMPEROR WILLIAM'S CHILDREN.
      • THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT.
      • SECOND SON OF LEOPOLD I.
      • KING OF SERVIA.
      • A REACTIONARY CABINET INSTALLED.
      • MEMBERS OF THE RUSSIAN CABINET.
      • CONSTANTINE BECOMES AN IDOL.
      • ACCUSED OF EVASION.
      • TRAGEDY THE PATHWAY TO THRONE.
      • KING ALFONSO'S SONS.
      • POINCAIRE'S VERSATILITY.
    • THE WORLD RULERS AT WAR.
    • WILSON'S MANY HONORS.
    • GERMANY MUST BE RECKONED WITH.
    • THE "GOD-APPOINTED" HOHENZOLLERNS.
    • EMPEROR WILLIAM'S CHILDREN.
    • THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT.
    • SECOND SON OF LEOPOLD I.
    • KING OF SERVIA.
    • A REACTIONARY CABINET INSTALLED.
    • MEMBERS OF THE RUSSIAN CABINET.
    • CONSTANTINE BECOMES AN IDOL.
    • ACCUSED OF EVASION.
    • TRAGEDY THE PATHWAY TO THRONE.
    • KING ALFONSO'S SONS.
    • POINCAIRE'S VERSATILITY.
    • CHAPTER XIX.
      • THE WAR'S WHO'S WHO.
      • A FAMOUS WAR RECORD.
      • ADJURATION TO SCHOOL CHUMS.
      • VIVIANI A SOCIALIST LEADER.
      • BALFOUR'S INTELLECTUAL ABILITY.
      • LIBERALS COME INTO POWER.
      • LORD WALTER CUNLIFFE.
      • SERVES AS JUNIOR OFFICER.
      • VICTORY TURNED TO SLAUGHTER.
      • HAIG'S FAMILY TREE.
      • DIRECTOR OF MILITARY TRAINING.
      • APPOINTED PRUSSIAN HOME SECRETARY.
      • ADMIRAL HUGO POHL.
      • IN THE AIR THIRTY-SEVEN HOURS.
      • TRANSFORMS A NATION.
    • THE WAR'S WHO'S WHO.
    • A FAMOUS WAR RECORD.
    • ADJURATION TO SCHOOL CHUMS.
    • VIVIANI A SOCIALIST LEADER.
    • BALFOUR'S INTELLECTUAL ABILITY.
    • LIBERALS COME INTO POWER.
    • LORD WALTER CUNLIFFE.
    • SERVES AS JUNIOR OFFICER.
    • VICTORY TURNED TO SLAUGHTER.
    • HAIG'S FAMILY TREE.
    • DIRECTOR OF MILITARY TRAINING.
    • APPOINTED PRUSSIAN HOME SECRETARY.
    • ADMIRAL HUGO POHL.
    • IN THE AIR THIRTY-SEVEN HOURS.
    • TRANSFORMS A NATION.
    • CHAPTER XX.
      • CHEMISTRY IN THE WAR.
      • GERMANY'S GREAT PRIVATION.
      • TWO GREAT FACTORS.
      • POTENCY OF MODERN CHEMISTRY.
      • BASIC PRINCIPLE OF BOMBS.
      • DOMESTIC DYE-STUFFS.
      • RELIEVED BY AMERICAN INGENUITY.
      • A CHEMICAL DISCOVERY.
      • A WOUND-FLUSHING SYSTEM.
    • CHEMISTRY IN THE WAR.
    • GERMANY'S GREAT PRIVATION.
    • TWO GREAT FACTORS.
    • POTENCY OF MODERN CHEMISTRY.
    • BASIC PRINCIPLE OF BOMBS.
    • DOMESTIC DYE-STUFFS.
    • RELIEVED BY AMERICAN INGENUITY.
    • A CHEMICAL DISCOVERY.
    • A WOUND-FLUSHING SYSTEM.
    • CHAPTER XXI.
      • OUR NEIGHBORING ALLY.
      • AN EFFICIENT COMMANDER.
      • DIFFICULTY OF RECRUITING.
      • TRAINING SERIOUSLY DELAYED.
      • A POLITICAL IMPOSSIBILITY.
      • INADEQUATE RECRUITING.
      • CANADA'S WAR FINANCIERING.
      • CANADA PART OF AMERICA.
      • POSITION BRAVELY HELD.
      • HEROES WIN RECOGNITION.
      • WANTON DESTRUCTION.
      • GERMAN AVIATIK DEFEATED.
      • PLAN OF UNION PASSED.
      • DOMINION'S FOUNDATIONS LAID.
      • REAL FOUNDER OF CANADA.
      • CANADA, FROM COLONY TO DOMINION.
      • REPORT NOT TO BE DISPOSED OF.
      • RECIPIENTS OF UNSTINTED HONORS.
    • OUR NEIGHBORING ALLY.
    • AN EFFICIENT COMMANDER.
    • DIFFICULTY OF RECRUITING.
    • TRAINING SERIOUSLY DELAYED.
    • A POLITICAL IMPOSSIBILITY.
    • INADEQUATE RECRUITING.
    • CANADA'S WAR FINANCIERING.
    • CANADA PART OF AMERICA.
    • POSITION BRAVELY HELD.
    • HEROES WIN RECOGNITION.
    • WANTON DESTRUCTION.
    • GERMAN AVIATIK DEFEATED.
    • PLAN OF UNION PASSED.
    • DOMINION'S FOUNDATIONS LAID.
    • REAL FOUNDER OF CANADA.
    • CANADA, FROM COLONY TO DOMINION.
    • REPORT NOT TO BE DISPOSED OF.
    • RECIPIENTS OF UNSTINTED HONORS.
    • CHAPTER XXII.
      • THE HEROIC ANZAC.
      • AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND SAPPERS.
      • A PRE-ARRANGED SIGNAL.
      • GERMAN FORWARD DEFENSE.
      • NEW LAND OF WARFARE.
      • PRISONER AND ESCORT.
      • AUSTRALIA'S COMMENDABLE PROMPTNESS.
      • GEOGRAPHICALLY ALIKE.
    • THE HEROIC ANZAC.
    • AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND SAPPERS.
    • A PRE-ARRANGED SIGNAL.
    • GERMAN FORWARD DEFENSE.
    • NEW LAND OF WARFARE.
    • PRISONER AND ESCORT.
    • AUSTRALIA'S COMMENDABLE PROMPTNESS.
    • GEOGRAPHICALLY ALIKE.
    • CHAPTER XXIII.
      • AMERICA STEPS IN.
      • COMMANDERS UNDER RESTRAINT.
      • SWEEPS RIGHT ASIDE.
      • ARMED NEUTRALITY IMPRACTICABLE.
      • A CONSTITUTIONAL DUTY.
      • WELL-CONCEIVED TAXATION.
      • FIRM STAND FOR VINDICATION.
      • PRECONCEIVED DECEPTION.
      • POLITICAL AUTOCRACY.
      • NATURAL FOE TO LIBERTY.
      • UNDISGUISED WARFARE.
      • TRUE AND LOYAL AMERICANS.
      • A WAR RESOLUTION.
      • NEGOTIATIONS CARRIED ON.
      • QUESTIONS GERMANY'S RIGHT.
      • SUBMARINE ISSUE AND DIPLOMACY.
      • PROMISED TO PAY DAMAGES.
      • JAGOW'S EVASIVE ANSWER.
      • "INFORMAL CONVERSATIONS."
      • BERNSTORFF'S COMMUNICATION.
      • PRESIDENT'S DECLARATION.
      • OPPOSED TO SUBMARINE WARFARE.
      • PRESIDENT WILSON'S REPLY.
      • NEUTRAL SHIPS' RISK.
      • DEMOCRACY, FREEDOM AND PEACE.
    • AMERICA STEPS IN.
    • COMMANDERS UNDER RESTRAINT.
    • SWEEPS RIGHT ASIDE.
    • ARMED NEUTRALITY IMPRACTICABLE.
    • A CONSTITUTIONAL DUTY.
    • WELL-CONCEIVED TAXATION.
    • FIRM STAND FOR VINDICATION.
    • PRECONCEIVED DECEPTION.
    • POLITICAL AUTOCRACY.
    • NATURAL FOE TO LIBERTY.
    • UNDISGUISED WARFARE.
    • TRUE AND LOYAL AMERICANS.
    • A WAR RESOLUTION.
    • NEGOTIATIONS CARRIED ON.
    • QUESTIONS GERMANY'S RIGHT.
    • SUBMARINE ISSUE AND DIPLOMACY.
    • PROMISED TO PAY DAMAGES.
    • JAGOW'S EVASIVE ANSWER.
    • "INFORMAL CONVERSATIONS."
    • BERNSTORFF'S COMMUNICATION.
    • PRESIDENT'S DECLARATION.
    • OPPOSED TO SUBMARINE WARFARE.
    • PRESIDENT WILSON'S REPLY.
    • NEUTRAL SHIPS' RISK.
    • DEMOCRACY, FREEDOM AND PEACE.
    • CHAPTER XXIV.
      • UNCLE SAM TAKES HOLD.
      • SIXTY RINGLEADERS ARRESTED.
      • ARREST OF GERMAN PLOTTERS.
      • MACHINATIONS OF GERMAN MINISTER.
      • BETHMANN-HOLLWEG'S FALSE STATEMENT.
      • UNCLE SAM NOT BOTHERED.
      • GENERAL PERSHING IN ENGLAND.
      • PERSHING RECEIVES ROYAL GREETING.
      • PERSHING RECEIVES AN OVATION.
      • PERSHING IN PARIS.
      • ABSOLUTE SECRECY OBSERVED.
      • PERSHING SETS UP HEADQUARTERS.
      • A BRILLIANT CLIMAX.
      • ADVANCE PLANS BRIEFLY SKETCHED.
      • WAVES COVERED WITH SHELLS.
      • HIGH SEAS CONVOY.
    • UNCLE SAM TAKES HOLD.
    • SIXTY RINGLEADERS ARRESTED.
    • ARREST OF GERMAN PLOTTERS.
    • MACHINATIONS OF GERMAN MINISTER.
    • BETHMANN-HOLLWEG'S FALSE STATEMENT.
    • UNCLE SAM NOT BOTHERED.
    • GENERAL PERSHING IN ENGLAND.
    • PERSHING RECEIVES ROYAL GREETING.
    • PERSHING RECEIVES AN OVATION.
    • PERSHING IN PARIS.
    • ABSOLUTE SECRECY OBSERVED.
    • PERSHING SETS UP HEADQUARTERS.
    • A BRILLIANT CLIMAX.
    • ADVANCE PLANS BRIEFLY SKETCHED.
    • WAVES COVERED WITH SHELLS.
    • HIGH SEAS CONVOY.
    • CHAPTER XXV.
      • A GERMAN CRISIS.
      • APPOINTMENT OF DR. GEORG MICHAELIS.
      • PRESERVES A JUDICIOUS BALANCE.
      • GOVERNMENT ORDERS DISREGARDED.
      • STATUS OF GERMAN SOVEREIGNTY.
      • THE BUNDESRATH.
      • THE KAISER'S DUAL PREROGATIVE.
    • A GERMAN CRISIS.
    • APPOINTMENT OF DR. GEORG MICHAELIS.
    • PRESERVES A JUDICIOUS BALANCE.
    • GOVERNMENT ORDERS DISREGARDED.
    • STATUS OF GERMAN SOVEREIGNTY.
    • THE BUNDESRATH.
    • THE KAISER'S DUAL PREROGATIVE.
    • CHAPTER XXVI.
      • UNCLE SAM AND THE NEUTRALS.
      • A BIG FACTOR IN WAR.
      • DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN NEEDS.
      • NATIONS WHO SUFFER FROM EMBARGO.
      • A FEDERAL UNION.
      • GERMAN AMBITION FRUSTRATED.
      • LANDSTHING AND FOLKSTHING.
      • A SMALL BUT EFFICIENT ARMY.
      • BETWEEN TWO FIRES.
      • DEMOCRACY OF NORWAY.
    • UNCLE SAM AND THE NEUTRALS.
    • A BIG FACTOR IN WAR.
    • DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN NEEDS.
    • NATIONS WHO SUFFER FROM EMBARGO.
    • A FEDERAL UNION.
    • GERMAN AMBITION FRUSTRATED.
    • LANDSTHING AND FOLKSTHING.
    • A SMALL BUT EFFICIENT ARMY.
    • BETWEEN TWO FIRES.
    • DEMOCRACY OF NORWAY.
    • CHAPTER XXVII.
      • THE ACTIONS OF THE WAR.
      • GERMANY'S DESIGNS ON PARIS.
      • BRITISH AND GERMAN FORCES COMPARED.
      • CONQUEST OF SERVIA.
      • RUSSIA'S CONQUEST OF ARMENIA.
      • ITALY'S HELP TO THE ALLIES.
      • BRITISH NAVY AN EFFECTIVE ASSET.
      • WORLD'S AWFUL MARITIME LOSS.
      • SINKING OF FIRST AMERICAN WAR BOAT.
    • THE ACTIONS OF THE WAR.
    • GERMANY'S DESIGNS ON PARIS.
    • BRITISH AND GERMAN FORCES COMPARED.
    • CONQUEST OF SERVIA.
    • RUSSIA'S CONQUEST OF ARMENIA.
    • ITALY'S HELP TO THE ALLIES.
    • BRITISH NAVY AN EFFECTIVE ASSET.
    • WORLD'S AWFUL MARITIME LOSS.
    • SINKING OF FIRST AMERICAN WAR BOAT.
    • CHAPTER XXVIII.
      • AMERICAN FORCES BECOME FACTOR.
      • ITALIAN HEADQUARTERS CAPTURED.
      • REVOLT IN PETROGRAD.
      • SUPREME WAR COUNCIL.
      • DROPPED THEIR TOOLS FOR RIFLES.
      • THE FALL OF JERUSALEM.
      • HISTORICAL INTEREST TO CHRISTIANS.
      • SINKING OF THE TUSCANIA.
      • AMERICAN COURAGE PRAISED.
      • SEIZURE OF ALL DUTCH VESSELS.
      • FIERCEST BATTLE IN WORLD'S HISTORY.
      • BIG GUN ONE HUNDRED FEET LONG.
      • ENEMY LOSES HEAVILY.
      • AMERICAN FORCES OFFERED TO FRANCE.
      • AMERICANS BOMBARDED.
    • AMERICAN FORCES BECOME FACTOR.
    • ITALIAN HEADQUARTERS CAPTURED.
    • REVOLT IN PETROGRAD.
    • SUPREME WAR COUNCIL.
    • DROPPED THEIR TOOLS FOR RIFLES.
    • THE FALL OF JERUSALEM.
    • HISTORICAL INTEREST TO CHRISTIANS.
    • SINKING OF THE TUSCANIA.
    • AMERICAN COURAGE PRAISED.
    • SEIZURE OF ALL DUTCH VESSELS.
    • FIERCEST BATTLE IN WORLD'S HISTORY.
    • BIG GUN ONE HUNDRED FEET LONG.
    • ENEMY LOSES HEAVILY.
    • AMERICAN FORCES OFFERED TO FRANCE.
    • AMERICANS BOMBARDED.
    • CHAPTER XXIX.
      • AMERICANS TURN WAR'S TIDE
    • AMERICANS TURN WAR'S TIDE
    • CHAPTER XXX.
      • VICTORY—PEACE.
      • THE COMING OF THE END.
      • VICTORIES ON OTHER FRONTS.
      • AMERICAN VICTORIES ON THE EAST FRONT.
      • AMERICAN VICTORIES ALONG THE MEUSE-AISNE RIVERS.
      • GREAT VICTORY AT SEDAN.
      • COLLAPSE OF THE TEUTONIC ALLIES.
      • THE END.
      • SUMMARY.
      • TERMS OF THE ARMISTICE ACCEPTED BY GERMANY.
      • I. Military Clauses on Western Front:
      • II. Disposition Relative to the Eastern Frontiers of Germany:
      • III. Clause Concerning East Africa:
      • IV. General Clauses:
      • V. Naval Conditions:
      • VI. Duration of Armistice:
      • VII. Time Limit for Reply:
    • VICTORY—PEACE.
    • THE COMING OF THE END.
    • VICTORIES ON OTHER FRONTS.
    • AMERICAN VICTORIES ON THE EAST FRONT.
    • AMERICAN VICTORIES ALONG THE MEUSE-AISNE RIVERS.
    • GREAT VICTORY AT SEDAN.
    • COLLAPSE OF THE TEUTONIC ALLIES.
    • THE END.
    • SUMMARY.
    • TERMS OF THE ARMISTICE ACCEPTED BY GERMANY.
    • I. Military Clauses on Western Front:
    • II. Disposition Relative to the Eastern Frontiers of Germany:
    • III. Clause Concerning East Africa:
    • IV. General Clauses:
    • V. Naval Conditions:
    • VI. Duration of Armistice:
    • VII. Time Limit for Reply:
    • THE NEGRO IN THE WORLD WAR.
      • BEFORE THE WAR.
      • THE WAR FOR DEMOCRATIZATION.
      • THE CRISIS OF THE WORLD.
      • THE FIELD OF ACTION.
      • THE AFTERMATH.
    • BEFORE THE WAR.
    • THE WAR FOR DEMOCRATIZATION.
    • THE CRISIS OF THE WORLD.
    • THE FIELD OF ACTION.
    • THE AFTERMATH.
    • THE NEGRO IN THE NAVY.
      • THE NEGRO IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR.
      • NEGROES IN THE WAR OF 1812.
      • COMMODORE CHAUNCEY'S TRIBUTE.
      • THE COLORED MAN IN THE MEXICAN WAR.
      • IN THE DAYS OF THE CIVIL WAR.
      • THE NEGRO IN THE SPANISH WAR.
      • FINAL RECOGNITION.
      • OTHER INSTANCES.
      • THE NEGRO SEAMAN IN THE WORLD WAR.
      • NEGROES IN THE GRAND FLEET.
      • THE SINKING SHIP.
      • STRUGGLE IN THE WATER.
      • DISAPPEARANCE OF THE CYCLOPS.
      • THE NEGRO TRUE AND LOYAL.
      • THE JACOB JONES.
      • THE SLOWLY SINKING SHIP.
      • STRUGGLING MEN IN THE WATER.
      • SAFEGUARDING THE SURVIVORS.
      • INSTANCE OF RARE SELF-DENIAL.
      • NEGRO FIREMEN AND COAL PASSERS.
      • WONDERFUL DEVOTION TO DUTY.
      • STRANGE EFFECT OF THE EXPLOSIONS.
      • THE ATTACK UPON THE TORPEDO BOAT CASSIN.
      • THE ATTACK.
      • TORPEDOING THE PRESIDENT LINCOLN.
      • COOLNESS AND DISCIPLINE.
      • THE SHIP ABANDONED.
      • INSPECTED BY THE SUBMARINE.
      • THE RESCUE.
      • CONDUCT OF THE SUBMARINE COMMANDER.
      • CAPTURED BY SUBMARINE, NAVAL OFFICER ESCAPES.
      • MADE A PRISONER OF WAR.
      • PLACED IN SOLITARY CONFINEMENT.
      • CAN NOT SPECIFY THE WORK OF THE NEGRO SEAMEN.
      • WORK OF COLORED SEAMEN.
      • TRAINING FOR SERVICE.
      • INSUFFICIENT NUMBER OF OFFICERS.
      • GERMAN PROPAGANDA EFFORT.
      • THE PROPAGANDA FAILS.
      • NUMBER OF NEGROES ENGAGED.
      • PERIL AND DANGER.
      • HARD AND GRINDING WORK.
      • CEASELESS VIGILANCE.
      • GRATIFYING RESULTS OF NAVAL ACTIVITY.
      • THE NEGRO IN THE MERCHANT MARINE.
      • WONDERFUL ACHIEVEMENTS.
      • HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE.
      • GENEROUS RECOGNITION OF SERVICE.
      • ORGANIZATION OF THE MUSTER ROLL SECTION.
      • PERSONNEL OF THE MUSTER ROLL SECTION.
      • SIGNING OF THE ARMISTICE.
      • RETURN OF THE VICTORIOUS FLEET.
    • THE NEGRO IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR.
    • NEGROES IN THE WAR OF 1812.
    • COMMODORE CHAUNCEY'S TRIBUTE.
    • THE COLORED MAN IN THE MEXICAN WAR.
    • IN THE DAYS OF THE CIVIL WAR.
    • THE NEGRO IN THE SPANISH WAR.
    • FINAL RECOGNITION.
    • OTHER INSTANCES.
    • THE NEGRO SEAMAN IN THE WORLD WAR.
    • NEGROES IN THE GRAND FLEET.
    • THE SINKING SHIP.
    • STRUGGLE IN THE WATER.
    • DISAPPEARANCE OF THE CYCLOPS.
    • THE NEGRO TRUE AND LOYAL.
    • THE JACOB JONES.
    • THE SLOWLY SINKING SHIP.
    • STRUGGLING MEN IN THE WATER.
    • SAFEGUARDING THE SURVIVORS.
    • INSTANCE OF RARE SELF-DENIAL.
    • NEGRO FIREMEN AND COAL PASSERS.
    • WONDERFUL DEVOTION TO DUTY.
    • STRANGE EFFECT OF THE EXPLOSIONS.
    • THE ATTACK UPON THE TORPEDO BOAT CASSIN.
    • THE ATTACK.
    • TORPEDOING THE PRESIDENT LINCOLN.
    • COOLNESS AND DISCIPLINE.
    • THE SHIP ABANDONED.
    • INSPECTED BY THE SUBMARINE.
    • THE RESCUE.
    • CONDUCT OF THE SUBMARINE COMMANDER.
    • CAPTURED BY SUBMARINE, NAVAL OFFICER ESCAPES.
    • MADE A PRISONER OF WAR.
    • PLACED IN SOLITARY CONFINEMENT.
    • CAN NOT SPECIFY THE WORK OF THE NEGRO SEAMEN.
    • WORK OF COLORED SEAMEN.
    • TRAINING FOR SERVICE.
    • INSUFFICIENT NUMBER OF OFFICERS.
    • GERMAN PROPAGANDA EFFORT.
    • THE PROPAGANDA FAILS.
    • NUMBER OF NEGROES ENGAGED.
    • PERIL AND DANGER.
    • HARD AND GRINDING WORK.
    • CEASELESS VIGILANCE.
    • GRATIFYING RESULTS OF NAVAL ACTIVITY.
    • THE NEGRO IN THE MERCHANT MARINE.
    • WONDERFUL ACHIEVEMENTS.
    • HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE.
    • GENEROUS RECOGNITION OF SERVICE.
    • ORGANIZATION OF THE MUSTER ROLL SECTION.
    • PERSONNEL OF THE MUSTER ROLL SECTION.
    • SIGNING OF THE ARMISTICE.
    • RETURN OF THE VICTORIOUS FLEET.
    • CHAPTER XXXIII.
      • THE OLD ILLINOIS 8th REGIMENT
      • "THE BLACK DEVILS"
      • THEY DIED THAT OUR REPUBLIC MIGHT LIVE
      • THE LAST SOLDIERS TO CEASE FIGHTING
      • TAKING THE BIT BETWEEN THEIR TEETH
      • FIRST AS WELL AS LAST
      • THE HINDENBURG LINE COULD NOT STOP THEM
      • THEY CROSS THE AILETTE CANAL
      • DESPERATE DEEDS OF DARING
      • ONE MAN ROUTS A MACHINE GUN CREW
      • THE BAND PLAYED ON
      • BORROWING HIS ORDERLY'S EYES
      • WHERE THE FATE OF CIVILIZATION WAS DECIDED
      • FIELDS OF GLORY
      • RETURN TO THE UNITED STATES
      • THIS REGIMENT A REPRESENTATIVE OF ALL
      • SUMMARY OF DEEDS OF THE ILLINOIS 8th
      • THE TERMS IMPOSED ON GERMANY
      • THE PEACE CONGRESS
      • WHY TERMS ARE SO SEVERE
      • THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS
      • THE COVENANT OF THE LEAGUE
      • MEMBERSHIP OF THE LEAGUE
      • HOW THE LEAGUE WILL ADMINISTER ITS TRUST
      • REDUCTION OF ARMAMENT
      • STEPS TAKEN TO PREVENT WAR
      • INTERNATIONAL PROVISIONS FOR LABOR
      • LABOR CONFERENCE
      • THE FIRST MEETING OF THE CONFERENCE
      • PRINCIPLES TO GUIDE THE CONFERENCE
      • NO MORE SECRET TREATIES
      • NEW BOUNDARIES OF GERMANY
      • BETWEEN BELGIUM AND GERMANY
      • LUXEMBOURG SET FREE
      • THE EAST BANK OF THE RHINE
      • ALSACE-LORRAINE
      • THE VALLEY OF THE SAAR
      • A MIXED GOVERNMENT PROVIDED
      • THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS SECURED
      • POSSIBLE RETURN TO GERMANY
      • GERMAN RELATIONS WITH FORMER AUSTRIAN STATES
      • GERMAN RELATIONS WITH NEW POLAND
      • EAST PRUSSIA
      • THE RIGHTS OF EAST PRUSSIA GUARDED
      • DANZIG MADE A FREE CITY
      • RELATIONS BETWEEN DANZIG AND POLAND
      • GERMAN RELATIONS WITH DENMARK
      • HELIGOLAND TO BE DISMANTLED
      • STRIPPED OF HER COLONIAL EMPIRE
      • GERMANY LOSES HER ARMY
      • STRIPPED OF HER NAVY
      • CANNOT HAVE FIGHTING AIR CRAFT
      • COMPULSORY MILITARY SERVICE ABANDONED
      • MANUFACTURE OF GUNS AND AMMUNITION FORBIDDEN
      • WILLIAM II INDICTED AND HIS TRIAL SOUGHT
      • OFFICERS RESPONSIBLE FOR CRUELTIES TO BE TRIED
      • GERMANY MUST PAY ALL THE DAMAGES SHE CAN
      • A PRESENT PAYMENT DEMANDED
      • MUST REPLACE SHIPS SUNK BY SUBMARINES
      • MUST RESTORE DEVASTATED AREAS
      • MUST PAY COST OF ARMY OF OCCUPATION
      • TRADE AND COMMERCE REGULATED
      • FREEDOM OF TRANSIT
      • GERMAN RIVERS INTERNATIONALIZED
      • CONTROL OF THE DANUBE
      • FRANCE, BELGIUM AND THE RHINE
      • THE KIEL CANAL INTERNATIONALIZED
      • THE TERMS NOT TO BE MODIFIED
      • THE ALLIES TAKE NO RISKS
    • THE OLD ILLINOIS 8th REGIMENT
    • "THE BLACK DEVILS"
    • THEY DIED THAT OUR REPUBLIC MIGHT LIVE
    • THE LAST SOLDIERS TO CEASE FIGHTING
    • TAKING THE BIT BETWEEN THEIR TEETH
    • FIRST AS WELL AS LAST
    • THE HINDENBURG LINE COULD NOT STOP THEM
    • THEY CROSS THE AILETTE CANAL
    • DESPERATE DEEDS OF DARING
    • ONE MAN ROUTS A MACHINE GUN CREW
    • THE BAND PLAYED ON
    • BORROWING HIS ORDERLY'S EYES
    • WHERE THE FATE OF CIVILIZATION WAS DECIDED
    • FIELDS OF GLORY
    • RETURN TO THE UNITED STATES
    • THIS REGIMENT A REPRESENTATIVE OF ALL
    • SUMMARY OF DEEDS OF THE ILLINOIS 8th
    • THE TERMS IMPOSED ON GERMANY
    • THE PEACE CONGRESS
    • WHY TERMS ARE SO SEVERE
    • THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS
    • THE COVENANT OF THE LEAGUE
    • MEMBERSHIP OF THE LEAGUE
    • HOW THE LEAGUE WILL ADMINISTER ITS TRUST
    • REDUCTION OF ARMAMENT
    • STEPS TAKEN TO PREVENT WAR
    • INTERNATIONAL PROVISIONS FOR LABOR
    • LABOR CONFERENCE
    • THE FIRST MEETING OF THE CONFERENCE
    • PRINCIPLES TO GUIDE THE CONFERENCE
    • NO MORE SECRET TREATIES
    • NEW BOUNDARIES OF GERMANY
    • BETWEEN BELGIUM AND GERMANY
    • LUXEMBOURG SET FREE
    • THE EAST BANK OF THE RHINE
    • ALSACE-LORRAINE
    • THE VALLEY OF THE SAAR
    • A MIXED GOVERNMENT PROVIDED
    • THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS SECURED
    • POSSIBLE RETURN TO GERMANY
    • GERMAN RELATIONS WITH FORMER AUSTRIAN STATES
    • GERMAN RELATIONS WITH NEW POLAND
    • EAST PRUSSIA
    • THE RIGHTS OF EAST PRUSSIA GUARDED
    • DANZIG MADE A FREE CITY
    • RELATIONS BETWEEN DANZIG AND POLAND
    • GERMAN RELATIONS WITH DENMARK
    • HELIGOLAND TO BE DISMANTLED
    • STRIPPED OF HER COLONIAL EMPIRE
    • GERMANY LOSES HER ARMY
    • STRIPPED OF HER NAVY
    • CANNOT HAVE FIGHTING AIR CRAFT
    • COMPULSORY MILITARY SERVICE ABANDONED
    • MANUFACTURE OF GUNS AND AMMUNITION FORBIDDEN
    • WILLIAM II INDICTED AND HIS TRIAL SOUGHT
    • OFFICERS RESPONSIBLE FOR CRUELTIES TO BE TRIED
    • GERMANY MUST PAY ALL THE DAMAGES SHE CAN
    • A PRESENT PAYMENT DEMANDED
    • MUST REPLACE SHIPS SUNK BY SUBMARINES
    • MUST RESTORE DEVASTATED AREAS
    • MUST PAY COST OF ARMY OF OCCUPATION
    • TRADE AND COMMERCE REGULATED
    • FREEDOM OF TRANSIT
    • GERMAN RIVERS INTERNATIONALIZED
    • CONTROL OF THE DANUBE
    • FRANCE, BELGIUM AND THE RHINE
    • THE KIEL CANAL INTERNATIONALIZED
    • THE TERMS NOT TO BE MODIFIED
    • THE ALLIES TAKE NO RISKS
    • CONDENSED CHRONOLOGY OF THE WAR
      • 1914.
      • 1915.
      • 1916.
      • 1917.
      • 1918.
      • 1919.
    • 1914.
    • 1915.
    • 1916.
    • 1917.
    • 1918.
    • 1919.
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