The New York Times Current History: the European War, February, 1915
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The New York Times Current History: the European War, February, 1915

By Various
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, The New York Times Current History: the European War, February, 1915, by Various
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  • CURRENT HISTORY
    • THE EUROPEAN WAR
      • FEBRUARY, 1915
    • FEBRUARY, 1915
    • Contents
    • The New Russia Speaks
      • An Appeal by Russian Authors, Artists, and Actors
    • An Appeal by Russian Authors, Artists, and Actors
    • Russia in Literature
    • Russia and Europe's War
    • Russian Appeal for the Poles
    • I AM FOR PEACE!
    • United Russia
    • Prince Trubetskoi's Appeal to Russians to Help the Polish Victims of War
    • How Prohibition Came to Russia
      • Interview with the Peasant-Born Millionaire Reformer, Tchelisheff.
    • Interview with the Peasant-Born Millionaire Reformer, Tchelisheff.
    • Influence of the War Upon Russian Industry
    • Declaration of the Russian Industrial Interests
    • A Russian Financial Authority on the War
    • Proposed Internal Loans of Russia
    • How Russian Manufacturers Feel
    • New Sources of Revenue Needed
    • Our Russian Ally
    • Confiscation of German Patents
    • A Russian Income Tax
      • Proposed by the Ministry of Finance.
    • Proposed by the Ministry of Finance.
    • PING PONG.
    • Tools of the Russian Juggernaut
    • Fate of the Jews in Poland
      • II.
    • II.
    • Commercial Treaties After the War
    • THE WOMAN'S PART.
    • A PHOTOGRAPHIC REVIEW OF THE WAR
      • CONSISTING OF A CAREFULLY SELECTED SERIES OF THE BEST PICTURES OF THE WAR PRINTED IN ROTOGRAVURE
    • CONSISTING OF A CAREFULLY SELECTED SERIES OF THE BEST PICTURES OF THE WAR PRINTED IN ROTOGRAVURE
    • Patriotism and Endurance
    • APPEAL TO AMERICA FOR BELGIUM.
    • With the German Army
      • I.
    • I.
    • Story of the Man Who Fired on the Rheims Cathedral
      • II.
    • II.
    • Richard Harding Davis's Comment
    • The German Airmen
      • III.
    • III.
    • German Generals Talk of the War
      • IV.
    • IV.
    • Human Documents of the War
      • Swift Reversal to Barbarism
      • I.
      • II.
      • BREAKING POINT OF CIVILIZATION.
      • III.
      • BARBARISM AND WOMEN.
      • IV.
      • AFTER BARBARISM, WHAT?
    • Swift Reversal to Barbarism
    • I.
    • II.
    • BREAKING POINT OF CIVILIZATION.
    • III.
    • BARBARISM AND WOMEN.
    • IV.
    • AFTER BARBARISM, WHAT?
    • Civil Life in Berlin
    • Belgian Boy Tells Story of Aerschot
    • THE NEUTRALS.
    • Fifteen Minutes on the Yser
    • Seeing Nieuport Under Shell Fire
    • Raid on Scarborough Seen from a Window
    • How the Baroness Hid Her Husband on a Vessel
    • Warsaw Swamped With Refugees
    • After the Russian Advance in Galicia
    • Officer in Battle Had Little Feeling
    • The Battle of New Year's Day
    • Bass's Story
    • The Waste of German Lives
    • The Flight Into Switzerland
    • Once Fair Belgrade Is a Skeleton City
    • Letters and Diaries
      • A Group of Soldiers' Letters
    • A Group of Soldiers' Letters
    • The First German Prisoners
    • Two Letters From the Trenches
    • The Baptism of Fire
    • An All-Night Attack
    • The Germans as Seen from a Convent
    • War-Time Scenes in Rouen
    • "It Is for Us and for France"
    • "Chant of Hate Against England"
      • How Ernst Lissauer's Lines Were "Sung to Pieces" in Germany.
    • How Ernst Lissauer's Lines Were "Sung to Pieces" in Germany.
    • ANSWERING THE "CHANT OF HATE."
    • England Caused the War
    • A SONG OF THE SIEGE GUN.
    • Why England Fights Germany
    • AT THE VILLA ACHILLEION CORFU.
    • Germany's Strategic Railways
    • GLORY OF WAR.
    • Chronology of the War
      • Showing Progress of Campaigns on All Fronts and Collateral Events from Oct. 15, 1914, to and Including Jan. 7, 1915.[9]
      • CAMPAIGN IN EASTERN EUROPE
      • CAMPAIGN IN WESTERN EUROPE.
      • CAMPAIGN IN FAR EAST.
      • CAMPAIGN IN AFRICA.
      • CAMPAIGN IN ASIA MINOR AND EGYPT.
      • NAVAL RECORD.
      • AERIAL RECORD.
      • AMERICAN INTERESTS.
      • AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.
      • BELGIUM.
      • CANADA.
      • EGYPT.
      • ENGLAND.
      • FRANCE.
      • GERMANY.
      • HOLLAND.
      • INDIA.
      • ITALY.
      • JAPAN.
      • RUSSIA.
      • TURKEY.
      • RELIEF WORK.
      • RESERVISTS.
      • FOOTNOTES
    • Showing Progress of Campaigns on All Fronts and Collateral Events from Oct. 15, 1914, to and Including Jan. 7, 1915.[9]
    • CAMPAIGN IN EASTERN EUROPE
    • CAMPAIGN IN WESTERN EUROPE.
    • CAMPAIGN IN FAR EAST.
    • CAMPAIGN IN AFRICA.
    • CAMPAIGN IN ASIA MINOR AND EGYPT.
    • NAVAL RECORD.
    • AERIAL RECORD.
    • AMERICAN INTERESTS.
    • AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.
    • BELGIUM.
    • CANADA.
    • EGYPT.
    • ENGLAND.
    • FRANCE.
    • GERMANY.
    • HOLLAND.
    • INDIA.
    • ITALY.
    • JAPAN.
    • RUSSIA.
    • TURKEY.
    • RELIEF WORK.
    • RESERVISTS.
    • FOOTNOTES
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