German Atrocities An Official Investigation
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German Atrocities An Official Investigation

By J. H. (John Hartman) Morgan
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  • GERMAN ATROCITIES AN OFFICIAL INVESTIGATION BY J. H. MORGAN, M.A., OF THE INNER TEMPLE, BARRISTER-AT-LAW, PROFESSOR OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW IN THE UNIVERSITY OF LONDON; LATE HOME OFFICE COMMISSIONER WITH THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE Mentem mortalia tangunt NEW YORK E. P. DUTTON & COMPANY 681 FIFTH AVENUE
  • CONTENTS
  • PREFATORY NOTE
  • Chapter I INTRODUCTORY
    • I THE BRITISH ENQUIRY
    • II THE GERMAN CASE—A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE GERMAN WHITE BOOK
      • German Invocation of The Hague Conventions.
      • Charges against the Belgian Government.
      • Belgian “Atrocities.”
      • The Massacres—Andenne.
      • Jamoigne and Tintigny.
      • The Tragedy of Dinant.
      • “We gave them coffee.”
      • The Children were “quite happy.”
      • Aerschot.
      • Louvain.
      • A “murderous” attack; German casualties—five.
      • Contradictory witnesses.
      • The Priests.
      • What is the true explanation?
    • German Invocation of The Hague Conventions.
    • Charges against the Belgian Government.
    • Belgian “Atrocities.”
    • The Massacres—Andenne.
    • Jamoigne and Tintigny.
    • The Tragedy of Dinant.
    • “We gave them coffee.”
    • The Children were “quite happy.”
    • Aerschot.
    • Louvain.
    • A “murderous” attack; German casualties—five.
    • Contradictory witnesses.
    • The Priests.
    • What is the true explanation?
    • III GERMAN CREDIBILITY—A REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE
      • The German Diaries.
      • German Credibility.
      • The Guilt of the German People.
      • New Russian Evidence.
      • The German Ideal—Europe in Chains.
      • A Moral Distemper.
    • The German Diaries.
    • German Credibility.
    • The Guilt of the German People.
    • New Russian Evidence.
    • The German Ideal—Europe in Chains.
    • A Moral Distemper.
    • IV THE FUTURE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE QUESTION OF RETRIBUTION
      • The Dissolution of Europe.
      • The Casuistry of the Intellectual Savage.
      • Germany as a Moral Pervert.
      • The Bankruptcy of The Hague Conventions.
      • The Effect on International Law.
      • The German as Outlaw.
      • Conclusion.
    • The Dissolution of Europe.
    • The Casuistry of the Intellectual Savage.
    • Germany as a Moral Pervert.
    • The Bankruptcy of The Hague Conventions.
    • The Effect on International Law.
    • The German as Outlaw.
    • Conclusion.
  • Chapter II THE BRITISH ENQUIRY IN FRANCE
    • Methods of Enquiry.
    • Outrages upon Combatants in the Field.
      • The Proofs of Policy.
    • The Proofs of Policy.
    • Treatment of Civil Population.
    • Outrages upon Women—The German Occupation of Bailleul.
    • Private Property.
    • Observations on a Tour of the Marne and the Aisne.
    • Bestiality of German Officers and Men.
    • Conclusion.
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    • II DOCUMENTS RELATIVE TO THE GERMAN OCCUPATION OF BAILLEUL93 République Française VILLE DE BAILLEUL, COMMISSARIAT DE POLICE
      • (1) Procès-Verbal No. 2. Meurtre de trois civils non combattants par des soldats allemands
      • (2) Procès-Verbal No. 1. Meurtre du jeune B——, Albert, par soldats allemands
      • Procès-Verbal, No. 3.—Meurtre des nommés Itsweire Donat, et Torrez Edouard, par une patrouille allemande
      • Procès-Verbal No. 4. Viol de la demoiselle D——, Marie Thérèse, par deux officiers allemands (4)
    • (1) Procès-Verbal No. 2. Meurtre de trois civils non combattants par des soldats allemands
    • (2) Procès-Verbal No. 1. Meurtre du jeune B——, Albert, par soldats allemands
    • Procès-Verbal, No. 3.—Meurtre des nommés Itsweire Donat, et Torrez Edouard, par une patrouille allemande
    • Procès-Verbal No. 4. Viol de la demoiselle D——, Marie Thérèse, par deux officiers allemands (4)
    • III EVIDENCE RELATING TO THE MURDER OF ELEVEN CIVILIANS AT DOULIEU Gendarmerie Nationale
    • IV DEPOSITION OF A SURVIVOR OF THE MASSACRE OF TAMINES Traduction de la déclaration faite en flamand par V—— A—— F——, mineur à Tamines Parquet du Tribunal de 1re Instance d’Ypres Pro Justicia
    • V FIVE GERMAN DIARIES
      • Extrait du Bulletin de Renseignements de la VIº Armée du 30 avril, 1915
    • Extrait du Bulletin de Renseignements de la VIº Armée du 30 avril, 1915
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      • I. Violation of a Sister of Mercy.
      • II. Violation of a Girl.
      • III. Murder of Wounded Soldiers.
      • IV. Murder of Wounded Soldiers.
      • V. Murder of Wounded Soldiers.
      • VI. Burning the Russian Wounded.
      • VII. Ill-Treatment of Prisoners of War.
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    • I. Violation of a Sister of Mercy.
    • II. Violation of a Girl.
    • III. Murder of Wounded Soldiers.
    • IV. Murder of Wounded Soldiers.
    • V. Murder of Wounded Soldiers.
    • VI. Burning the Russian Wounded.
    • VII. Ill-Treatment of Prisoners of War.
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    • VII THE GERMAN WHITE BOOK
      • The Introductory Memorandum.
    • The Introductory Memorandum.
    • VIII MASSACRE OF BRITISH PRISONERS BY GERMAN SOLDIERS AT HAISNES ON SEPTEMBER 25TH, 1915
    • IX REPORTS RELATIVE TO THE USE OF INCENDIARY BULLETS BY GERMAN TROOPS96
      • Use of Incendiary Bullets by the Enemy
    • Use of Incendiary Bullets by the Enemy
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    • A FRESH EXAMINATION OF GERMAN WAR METHODS99
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