New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 4, July, 1915 April-September, 1915
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New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 4, July, 1915 April-September, 1915

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  • CURRENT HISTORY A MONTHLY MAGAZINE THE EUROPEAN WAR JULY, 1915
    • CONTENTS
  • THE LUSITANIA CASE President Wilson’s Reply to Germany
    • Account of the Resignation of William J. Bryan as American Secretary of State
      • THE GERMAN MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE AMERICAN AMBASSADOR AT BERLIN.
    • THE GERMAN MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE AMERICAN AMBASSADOR AT BERLIN.
    • MR. BRYAN’S RESIGNATION
      • THE PRESIDENT TO SECRETARY BRYAN.
      • ROBERT LANSING, SECRETARY OF STATE AD INTERIM.
    • THE PRESIDENT TO SECRETARY BRYAN.
    • ROBERT LANSING, SECRETARY OF STATE AD INTERIM.
    • PRESIDENT WILSON’S REPLY TO BERLIN
    • THE LUSITANIA’S “GUNS”
      • THE ARREST OF STAHL.
      • CAPT. TURNER’S DENIAL.
      • STAHL INDICTED FOR PERJURY.
      • THE NEBRASKAN CASE.
      • THE “FRAGMENTS OF METAL”
    • THE ARREST OF STAHL.
    • CAPT. TURNER’S DENIAL.
    • STAHL INDICTED FOR PERJURY.
    • THE NEBRASKAN CASE.
    • THE “FRAGMENTS OF METAL”
    • Dr. Meyer-Gerhard’s Mission
    • Germany’s Press Opinion
    • Press Opinion of the Allies
      • BRITISH COMMENT.
      • PRAISE FROM CANADA.
      • FRENCH COMMENT.
      • ITALIAN COMMENT.
    • BRITISH COMMENT.
    • PRAISE FROM CANADA.
    • FRENCH COMMENT.
    • ITALIAN COMMENT.
    • American Comment on Mr. Bryan’s Resignation
      • DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPERS.
      • REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPERS.
      • PROGRESSIVE NEWSPAPERS.
      • INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERS.
      • GERMAN-AMERICAN PRESS.
    • DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPERS.
    • REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPERS.
    • PROGRESSIVE NEWSPAPERS.
    • INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERS.
    • GERMAN-AMERICAN PRESS.
    • Mr. Bryan’s Defense
      • THE REASON FOR RESIGNING.
      • “THE REAL ISSUE.”
      • THE GERMAN-AMERICANS.
      • SEES CHANGE IN TONE OF PRESS.
      • GERMAN-AMERICAN OPINION.
      • A “SOFTENED” NOTE.
        • [The First and Second German Notes.]
      • [The First and Second German Notes.]
      • STATEMENTS ON THE WAR IN EUROPE.
      • “PREPAREDNESS” AND WAR.
      • HOW TO END THE WAR.
    • THE REASON FOR RESIGNING.
    • “THE REAL ISSUE.”
    • THE GERMAN-AMERICANS.
    • SEES CHANGE IN TONE OF PRESS.
    • GERMAN-AMERICAN OPINION.
    • A “SOFTENED” NOTE.
      • [The First and Second German Notes.]
    • [The First and Second German Notes.]
    • STATEMENTS ON THE WAR IN EUROPE.
    • “PREPAREDNESS” AND WAR.
    • HOW TO END THE WAR.
    • Bryan, Idealist and Average Man
    • In the Name of Peace.
      • (After Kipling.)
    • (After Kipling.)
  • A World League to Enforce Peace
    • The League to Enforce Peace
      • Personnel and Text of the Resolutions Adopted
        • RESOLUTIONS.
        • [Adopted in Independence Hall, Philadelphia, June 17, 1915.]
        • ORGANIZATION.
      • RESOLUTIONS.
      • [Adopted in Independence Hall, Philadelphia, June 17, 1915.]
      • ORGANIZATION.
    • Personnel and Text of the Resolutions Adopted
      • RESOLUTIONS.
      • [Adopted in Independence Hall, Philadelphia, June 17, 1915.]
      • ORGANIZATION.
    • RESOLUTIONS.
    • [Adopted in Independence Hall, Philadelphia, June 17, 1915.]
    • ORGANIZATION.
    • German-American Dissent
    • Chant of Loyalty.
  • American Munition Supplies
    • The Alleged German Plot to Buy Control of Their Sources
  • A League for Preparedness
    • MR. ROOSEVELT’S LETTER.
      • MR. MEYER’S SPEECH.
      • OFFICIAL RESOLUTION.
    • MR. MEYER’S SPEECH.
    • OFFICIAL RESOLUTION.
  • Przemysl and Lemberg
    • German Reports of Mackensen’s Victorious Thrust in Galicia
      • THE WEST GALICIAN “DRIVE.”
        • (Wolff Telegraphic Bureau, Berlin, May 6, 1915.)
      • (Wolff Telegraphic Bureau, Berlin, May 6, 1915.)
      • WORK OF GERMAN ARTILLERY.
        • (German Press Headquarters in Galicia, May 4, 1915.)
      • (German Press Headquarters in Galicia, May 4, 1915.)
      • GERMAN TEAM WORK.
        • (Wolff Telegraphic Bureau, Vienna, May 7, 1915.)
      • (Wolff Telegraphic Bureau, Vienna, May 7, 1915.)
      • ADVANCE IN MIDDLE GALICIA.
        • (Wolff Telegraphic Bureau, Berlin, May 26, 1915.)
      • (Wolff Telegraphic Bureau, Berlin, May 26, 1915.)
      • APPROACHING PRZEMYSL.
        • (By The Associated Press.)
      • (By The Associated Press.)
      • MORE DEFENSES TAKEN.
      • PRZEMYSL RECAPTURED.
      • PETROGRAD ADMITS DEFEAT.
      • RUSSIAN RETREAT FROM PRZEMYSL.
      • GERMAN THRUST TOWARD LEMBERG.
        • [By The Associated Press.]
      • [By The Associated Press.]
      • AN ENCIRCLING MOVEMENT.
      • SIXTH WEEK OF THE “THRUST.”
      • LINSINGEN AT LUBACZOW.
      • STANISLAU TAKEN.
      • GERMAN SETBACK IN THE NORTH.
      • NORTH OF SHAVLI.
      • DRIVING NEAR MOSCISKA.
      • LEMBERG IN DANGER.
      • 122,408 PRISONERS.
      • LEMBERG’S LAST DEFENSES.
      • GRODEK POSITION CAPTURED.
      • KAISER WILHELM AT THE FRONT.
      • FALL OF LEMBERG.
      • LONDON ACCEPTS THE STATEMENT.
      • ARCHDUKE FREDERICK HONORED.
    • THE WEST GALICIAN “DRIVE.”
      • (Wolff Telegraphic Bureau, Berlin, May 6, 1915.)
    • (Wolff Telegraphic Bureau, Berlin, May 6, 1915.)
    • WORK OF GERMAN ARTILLERY.
      • (German Press Headquarters in Galicia, May 4, 1915.)
    • (German Press Headquarters in Galicia, May 4, 1915.)
    • GERMAN TEAM WORK.
      • (Wolff Telegraphic Bureau, Vienna, May 7, 1915.)
    • (Wolff Telegraphic Bureau, Vienna, May 7, 1915.)
    • ADVANCE IN MIDDLE GALICIA.
      • (Wolff Telegraphic Bureau, Berlin, May 26, 1915.)
    • (Wolff Telegraphic Bureau, Berlin, May 26, 1915.)
    • APPROACHING PRZEMYSL.
      • (By The Associated Press.)
    • (By The Associated Press.)
    • MORE DEFENSES TAKEN.
    • PRZEMYSL RECAPTURED.
    • PETROGRAD ADMITS DEFEAT.
    • RUSSIAN RETREAT FROM PRZEMYSL.
    • GERMAN THRUST TOWARD LEMBERG.
      • [By The Associated Press.]
    • [By The Associated Press.]
    • AN ENCIRCLING MOVEMENT.
    • SIXTH WEEK OF THE “THRUST.”
    • LINSINGEN AT LUBACZOW.
    • STANISLAU TAKEN.
    • GERMAN SETBACK IN THE NORTH.
    • NORTH OF SHAVLI.
    • DRIVING NEAR MOSCISKA.
    • LEMBERG IN DANGER.
    • 122,408 PRISONERS.
    • LEMBERG’S LAST DEFENSES.
    • GRODEK POSITION CAPTURED.
    • KAISER WILHELM AT THE FRONT.
    • FALL OF LEMBERG.
    • LONDON ACCEPTS THE STATEMENT.
    • ARCHDUKE FREDERICK HONORED.
    • BELGIUM.
      • [Translated from the Russian by Leo Pasvolsky.]
    • [Translated from the Russian by Leo Pasvolsky.]
  • Battle of the Labyrinth
    • France’s Victory in the Chief Western Operation Since the Marne
      • Account of the French Official Observer At the Front
      • THE FRENCH “CURTAIN OF IRON.”
      • THE LABYRINTH.
        • [Special Cable to The New York Times.]
      • [Special Cable to The New York Times.]
    • Account of the French Official Observer At the Front
    • THE FRENCH “CURTAIN OF IRON.”
    • THE LABYRINTH.
      • [Special Cable to The New York Times.]
    • [Special Cable to The New York Times.]
    • The Modern Plataea
      • [From King Albert's Book.]
    • [From King Albert's Book.]
  • A British Call For Recruits
  • The British Army in France
    • Richebourg, La Quinque Rue, Festubert, and Ypres
      • SAXONS SLAIN BY PRUSSIANS.
      • EAST OF FESTUBERT.
      • GERMAN GAS WARFARE AGAIN.
      • A GAIN AT GIVENCHY.
      • AN ADVANCE NEAR YPRES.
      • ALLIES IN CONCERTED ATTACK.
    • SAXONS SLAIN BY PRUSSIANS.
    • EAST OF FESTUBERT.
    • GERMAN GAS WARFARE AGAIN.
    • A GAIN AT GIVENCHY.
    • AN ADVANCE NEAR YPRES.
    • ALLIES IN CONCERTED ATTACK.
  • The Dardanelles Campaign
    • Progress of the Allies in June Slow and Difficult
      • A FEW MILES FROM VICTORY.
      • TWO WEEKS’ FIGHTING.
      • A GENERAL ASSAULT.
      • MR. ASQUITH’S PREDICTION.
      • FROM THE TURKISH SIDE.
        • [Staff Correspondence of The Brooklyn Eagle.]
        • [By The Associated Press.]
      • [Staff Correspondence of The Brooklyn Eagle.]
      • [By The Associated Press.]
    • A FEW MILES FROM VICTORY.
    • TWO WEEKS’ FIGHTING.
    • A GENERAL ASSAULT.
    • MR. ASQUITH’S PREDICTION.
    • FROM THE TURKISH SIDE.
      • [Staff Correspondence of The Brooklyn Eagle.]
      • [By The Associated Press.]
    • [Staff Correspondence of The Brooklyn Eagle.]
    • [By The Associated Press.]
  • THE EUROPEAN WAR AS SEEN BY CARTOONISTS
    • [American Cartoon]
    • An Old Time Aeronaut
      • [American Cartoon]
    • [American Cartoon]
    • A Parthian Brick
      • [American Cartoon]
    • [American Cartoon]
    • The Benevolent Assassin
      • [American Cartoon]
    • [American Cartoon]
    • The Black Flag
      • [American Cartoon]
    • [American Cartoon]
    • A Statesman’s Exit
      • [American Cartoon]
    • [American Cartoon]
    • “My Heart Bleeds for Karlsruhe”
      • [German-American Cartoon]
    • [German-American Cartoon]
    • The Sandwich Man
      • [English Cartoon]
    • [English Cartoon]
    • The Two-handed Sword
      • [German Cartoon]
    • [German Cartoon]
    • Wilson’s Wrapping Paper
      • [English Cartoon]
    • [English Cartoon]
    • A Haul of U-Boats
      • [German Cartoon]
    • [German Cartoon]
    • In the Carpathians
      • [German Cartoon]
    • [German Cartoon]
    • The Sphinx on the Bosporus
      • [English Cartoon]
    • [English Cartoon]
    • Twice Bitten—Thrice Shy
  • Italy vs. Austria-Hungary
    • The Italian Invasion and Italo-Germanic Differences
    • The Armed Strength of Italy
      • The article presented below originally appeared in The London Daily News of May 21, 1915.
    • The article presented below originally appeared in The London Daily News of May 21, 1915.
    • The Alpine Frontier
      • [This article appeared originally in The London Daily Chronicle of May 29, 1915.]
    • [This article appeared originally in The London Daily Chronicle of May 29, 1915.]
    • “Italy’s Violation of Faith”
      • [Speech in the Reichstag, May 28, 1915.]
    • [Speech in the Reichstag, May 28, 1915.]
    • Why Italy Went to War
      • [Speech in the Roman Capitol on June 2, 1915.]
    • [Speech in the Roman Capitol on June 2, 1915.]
  • Britain’s Cabinet and Munitions
    • A Coalition Ministry with Lloyd George in a New Office
      • CAUSES OF THE CHANGE.
    • CAUSES OF THE CHANGE.
    • Lloyd George’s Appeal to Labor
  • Balkan Neutrality—As Seen By the Balkans
    • Inspired Press Opinions from the Capitals of Greece, Bulgaria, and Rumania
      • THE GREEK VIEW.
      • A PLEA FOR WAR.
      • GREECE AFTER ITALY’S INTERVENTION.
      • BULGARIAN VIEWS.
        • FAVORING NEUTRALITY.
        • OPPOSING NEUTRALITY.
        • OPPOSING GREECE, SERBIA, AND RUSSIA.
      • FAVORING NEUTRALITY.
      • OPPOSING NEUTRALITY.
      • OPPOSING GREECE, SERBIA, AND RUSSIA.
      • THE RUMANIAN VIEW.
        • A PRO-GERMAN OPINION.
        • FOR A BALKAN UNION.
        • IN CASE OF WAR.
      • A PRO-GERMAN OPINION.
      • FOR A BALKAN UNION.
      • IN CASE OF WAR.
    • THE GREEK VIEW.
    • A PLEA FOR WAR.
    • GREECE AFTER ITALY’S INTERVENTION.
    • BULGARIAN VIEWS.
      • FAVORING NEUTRALITY.
      • OPPOSING NEUTRALITY.
      • OPPOSING GREECE, SERBIA, AND RUSSIA.
    • FAVORING NEUTRALITY.
    • OPPOSING NEUTRALITY.
    • OPPOSING GREECE, SERBIA, AND RUSSIA.
    • THE RUMANIAN VIEW.
      • A PRO-GERMAN OPINION.
      • FOR A BALKAN UNION.
      • IN CASE OF WAR.
    • A PRO-GERMAN OPINION.
    • FOR A BALKAN UNION.
    • IN CASE OF WAR.
    • Portsmouth Bells
      • [From Punch.]
    • [From Punch.]
  • The Wanderers of the Emden
    • Odyssey of the German Raider’s Survivors Told by Captain Muecke, Their Leader
      • Special Correspondent of the Berliner Tageblatt.
      • THE SURVIVORS.
      • CRUISE OF THE EMDEN.
      • NARRATIVE CONTINUED.
      • A PATH OF TRIUMPH.
      • A FIGHT WITH BEDOUINS.
      • CAPTAIN MUECKE’S REPORT.
    • Special Correspondent of the Berliner Tageblatt.
    • THE SURVIVORS.
    • CRUISE OF THE EMDEN.
    • NARRATIVE CONTINUED.
    • A PATH OF TRIUMPH.
    • A FIGHT WITH BEDOUINS.
    • CAPTAIN MUECKE’S REPORT.
  • Civilization at the Breaking Point
    • [Copyright, 1915, by The New York Times Company.]
  • “Human Beings and Germans”
    • Garibaldi’s Promise.
  • The Uncivilizable Nation
    • Retreat in the Rain.
  • War a Game for Love and Honor
  • How England Prevented an Understanding With Germany
    • Germany Free!
  • Chronology of the War
    • Showing Progress of Campaigns on All Fronts and Collateral Events from April 30, 1915, Up to and Including June 15, 1915.
      • CAMPAIGN IN EASTERN EUROPE
      • CAMPAIGN IN WESTERN EUROPE.
      • ITALIAN CAMPAIGN.
      • TURKISH CAMPAIGN.
      • CAMPAIGN IN AFRICA.
      • LUSITANIA.
      • NAVAL RECORD—GENERAL.
      • NAVAL RECORD—SUBMARINES.
      • AERIAL RECORD.
      • AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.
      • BELGIUM.
      • CANADA.
      • FRANCE.
      • GERMANY.
      • GREAT BRITAIN.
      • GREECE.
      • HOLLAND.
      • ITALY.
      • RUMANIA.
      • RUSSIA.
      • SAN MARINO.
      • SERBIA.
      • SWEDEN.
      • TURKEY.
      • UNITED STATES.
      • RELIEF.
    • CAMPAIGN IN EASTERN EUROPE
    • CAMPAIGN IN WESTERN EUROPE.
    • ITALIAN CAMPAIGN.
    • TURKISH CAMPAIGN.
    • CAMPAIGN IN AFRICA.
    • LUSITANIA.
    • NAVAL RECORD—GENERAL.
    • NAVAL RECORD—SUBMARINES.
    • AERIAL RECORD.
    • AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.
    • BELGIUM.
    • CANADA.
    • FRANCE.
    • GERMANY.
    • GREAT BRITAIN.
    • GREECE.
    • HOLLAND.
    • ITALY.
    • RUMANIA.
    • RUSSIA.
    • SAN MARINO.
    • SERBIA.
    • SWEDEN.
    • TURKEY.
    • UNITED STATES.
    • RELIEF.
    • To the Captain of the U——.
    • FOOTNOTES
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