Current History: A Monthly Magazine of the New York Times, May 1918 Vol. VIII, Part I, No. 2
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Current History: A Monthly Magazine of the New York Times, May 1918 Vol. VIII, Part I, No. 2

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Table of Contents
  • CURRENT HISTORY
  • A Monthly Magazine of The New York Times
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS
    • ROTOGRAVURE ILLUSTRATIONS
  • CURRENT HISTORY CHRONICLED
    • [Period Ended April 19, 1918.]
  • THE BATTLE OF PICARDY
    • Military Review of the Greatest Battle in History From March 21 to April 17, 1918
    • AMERICAN ARMY CHIEFS AND EXPERTS
  • The British Reverses and Their Causes
    • FOOTNOTE:
  • Four Epic Weeks of Carnage
  • How General Carey Saved Amiens
    • A Pivotal Episode in the Great Battle
    • BRITISH COMMANDERS IN FRANCE
    • GERMAN COMMANDERS IN FRANCE
  • Battle Viewed From the French Front
  • Caring for Thousands of Refugees
  • Progress of the War
    • Recording Campaigns on All Fronts and Collateral Events From March 18, 1918, Up to and Including April 17, 1918
  • Russia Under German Domination
    • Record of a Month's Events
  • Pershing's Army Under General Foch
    • American Troops in France Brigaded With French and British Units for the Great Battle in Picardy
  • Our War Machine in New Phases
    • Month Ended April 18, 1918
  • Shortage in Aircraft Production
    • Senate Committee's Report
  • America's First Year of War
  • War Department's Improved System
    • Summary by Benedict Crowell
  • The Surgeon General's Great Organization
  • War Work of the American Red Cross
    • Summary of a Year's Activities
  • Great Britain Faces a Crisis
    • Historic Speech by Premier Lloyd George on the Picardy Battle and Its Fateful Consequences
  • Russia and the Allies
    • The Russian and the French Revolution Compared—The Gloomy Outlook of Russia
  • President on the Russian Treaties
    • Declares Germany Has Repudiated Her Peace Avowals and Will Be Met With "Force to the Utmost"
  • American Liberty's Crucial Hour
  • Defending the World's Right to Democracy
  • Messenger Dogs in the German Army
    • How They Are Trained
  • Full Record of Sinkings by U-Boats
    • Statement by Sir Eric Geddes
  • Admiralty Summary of Shipping Losses
    • Record of Three Years
  • Typical U-Boat Methods
    • From British Admiralty Records
  • The Story of an Indomitable Captain
    • Told by Joseph Conrad
  • The Naval Defense of Venice
  • Venice Under the Grim Shadow
    • The City's Wartime Aspects
  • Taking Over the Dutch Ships
    • The United States Seizes for the War Period 500,000 Tons of Dutch Shipping
  • Air Raids on Paris and London
    • A Historical Summary
  • Paris Bombarded by Long-Range Guns
    • The Disaster on Good Friday
    • The Irish Guards
  • The Guilt of Germany
    • German Ambassador to Great Britain in 1914 Proves That His Country Forced the War
  • The Former Foreign Minister's Reply
  • Count Czernin on Peace Terms
    • A Reply to President Wilson and a Survey of Results of the Russian Peace Treaties
  • Great Britain's Reply to Count Czernin
  • Austro-French "Peace Initiative" Controversy
    • Clemenceau Flatly Contradicts Czernin
  • I.—Battle of Jutland: First Phase
  • II.—Battle of Jutland: Main Engagement
  • A Review of the Battle of Jutland
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • A Leading German Churchman Defends Poison Gas
  • Great Britain's War Work in 1917
    • War Cabinet's Official Survey of Military Events and Far-Reaching Economic Changes
  • THE BATTLE OF CAMBRAI
    • Full Text of Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig's Report of a Victory and Reverse
  • THE EUROPEAN WAR AS SEEN BY CARTOONISTS
  • LICHNOWSKY'S MEMORANDUM
    • Full Text of the Suppressed Document in Which the Former German Ambassador at London Reveals Germany's Guilt in Starting the War
  • Krupp Director Confirms Prince Lichnowsky's Indictment
  • Reichstag Debate on Lichnowsky
  • Comments of German Publicists
  • Comment of an English Editor
  • Dr. Liebknecht's Indictment of Germany
  • Why the German Strike Failed
  • Last Fight of the Mary Rose
    • A British Naval Episode
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