New York Times Current History: The European War, Vol. 8, Pt. 2, No. 1, July 1918
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New York Times Current History: The European War, Vol. 8, Pt. 2, No. 1, July 1918

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Table of Contents
  • The New York Times Current History July 1918
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS AND INDEX
  • Portraits
  • Maps
  • Illustrations
  • A Month of Battles
  • The Transportation of Troops in Great Wars
  • Armies Under Foreign Generals
  • The Northern and Southern Slavs
  • Drunkenness Reduced in Great Britain
  • Germany's Population Declining
  • Cairo to Jerusalem by Rail
    • Kindling the Holy Fire
    • Building the Cape to Cairo Railway
    • Compiegne and Its Forest
    • The Forest of Villers-Cotterets
    • Chateau-Thierry
    • Infant Welfare in Germany
  • Battles in France and Italy
    • Military Review From May 18 to June 18, 1918—Fighting on the Marne and Oise—The Austrian Offensive
    • FORCING THE AISNE
    • SECOND MARNE BATTLE
    • THE FIGHT IN DETAIL
    • AMERICAN MARINES
    • BATTLE OF THE OISE
    • THE AUSTRIAN OFFENSIVE
    • LEADING GENERALS OF THE AMERICAN ARMY
    • PROMINENT IN AMERICAN WAR LEGISLATION
  • Trying to Corrupt Italy's Troops
    • The Astounding German Order for Fraternization and Penetration on the Italian Front
  • THE GERMAN OFFENSIVE
    • CHEMIN DES DAMES LOST
    • WITHDRAWAL NECESSARY
    • THE SECOND DAY
    • TERRIBLE BOMBARDMENT
    • DESTRUCTION OF SOISSONS
    • INCENDIARY SHELLS
    • VON HUTIER'S METHOD
    • A TRAIN UNDER FIRE
    • EXTENSION OF THE BATTLE
    • FIRM ON THE FLANKS
    • FIGHT TO THE DEATH
    • STRONGER RESISTANCE
    • THE ADVANCE CHECKED
    • FRENCH OUTNUMBERED
    • AIR SUPREMACY OF ALLIES
    • IN THE MARNE VALLEY
    • FIERCE FIGHTING JUNE 3
    • AMERICANS AT WORK
    • ENEMY'S LONG PAUSE
    • AT CHATEAU-THIERRY
    • HOW THE BATTLE BEGAN
    • BATTLE OF THE OISE
    • HEAVIER GERMAN LOSSES
  • The Turning Point of the Battle
    • CARPETED WITH DEAD
    • HOW THEY WERE CHECKED
  • Mr. Perris's Description of the French Counterblow
    • FRENCH HOLD GAINS
    • THE COMPIEGNE THRUST
    • ENEMY'S FEVERISH HASTE
    • DEFENSE OF COURCELLES
    • TABLES TURNED
  • End of Fourth Phase—Two Expert Views
    • PETAIN'S MASTERLY TACTICS
  • Austrians at Grips With Italians
  • A German View of Germany's Effort
    • The Recent Offensive
  • Addresses by the Kaiser
  • Demoralization and Crime in Germany
  • The U-Boat Raid in American Waters
    • Twenty Vessels, Mostly in the Coastwise Trade, Sunk Off the New Jersey and Virginia Coasts
    • ON BOARD THE U-BOAT
    • LIST OF VESSELS SUNK
    • HUNTING THE RAIDER
  • Other Submarine Activities of the Month
  • Out of the Sleep of Death
    • Rescue of a Submarine Crew Imprisoned Fathoms Deep for Three Days
  • New Records in Shipbuilding
    • Forty-four Ships in One Month
  • American Exports Versus the U-Boats
    • EXPORTS OF LEAD
    • GERMAN COMMANDERS ON WEST FRONT
    • SOLDIERS AND CHEWING GUM
    • OUR NEW MERCHANT MARINE
  • Progress of the War
    • Recording Campaigns on All Fronts and Collateral Events From May 18, 1918, Up to and Including June 18, 1918
      • UNITED STATES
    • UNITED STATES
    • SUBMARINE BLOCKADE
    • CAMPAIGN IN WESTERN EUROPE
    • ITALIAN CAMPAIGN
    • BALKAN CAMPAIGN
    • CAMPAIGN IN EAST AFRICA
    • CAMPAIGN IN ASIA MINOR
    • AERIAL RECORD
    • NAVAL RECORD
    • RUSSIA
    • FINLAND
    • RUMANIA
    • AUSTRIA-HUNGARY
    • MISCELLANEOUS
  • A Battle Seen From Above
  • American Soldiers in Action
    • AT CHATEAU-THIERRY
    • BELLEAU WOOD ENGAGEMENT
    • FIRST FIELD ARMY
  • First American Offensive a Success
    • Capture of Cantigny by General Pershing's Troops Described in Vivid Detail
    • AN UNFORGETTABLE SCENE
    • ATTACK CAREFULLY REHEARSED
    • PLAN OF THE ATTACK
    • ALL MODERN WEAPONS USED
    • WATCHING THE BEGINNINGS
    • GUNNERS BEAT THEIR RECORD
    • ALL WENT AS REHEARSED
    • PEN READY FOR PRISONERS
  • Americans' Defense of Château-Thierry
    • A BRITISH ACCOUNT
    • BLOWING UP THE BRIDGE
    • THE QUICK ADVANCE
    • GERMAN SHELLS RAKE CITY
    • AT CLOSE RANGE
    • DEADLY MACHINE GUNS
    • SERIOUS PREDICAMENT
    • "GOT" WHOLE PLATOON
  • Capture of Belleau Wood
    • Brilliant Exploit of American Troops Northwest of Château-Thierry
    • UNDERESTIMATED OUR EFFORT
    • GERMANY FEARS AMERICA
    • WORK OF MARINES
    • GERMAN MORALE LOW
  • United States Troops in London
    • First Units of Our New Army Reviewed by King George Amid Dense Throngs
  • No Limit to Size of America's Army
    • More Than 700,000 Additional Young Men Registered Under the Draft Law
  • War Finance in Canada
    • Income Tax Begins at $1,000—New Taxes on Luxuries
  • War Record of the United States
    • An Official Summary of American Activities During the First Year of Belligerency.
    • TWENTY MILLION FIGHTING MEN
    • THE ENEMY'S STRENGTH
    • DIFFICULTIES ENCOUNTERED
    • TRAINING AND EQUIPMENT
  • Italy's Third Year of War
    • Other Anniversaries, With Official Greetings Exchanged by the Allies and the United States
  • France's Tribute to Great Britain
  • America's First Anniversary in France
    • NATIONAL LEADERS IN EASTERN EUROPE
  • The Soldier Speaks
  • The War in the Air
    • Attacks by Massed Squadrons of Airplanes Become an Important Factor in Battle
    • UNPRECEDENTED AIR BATTLE
    • ARTILLERY COLUMN SHATTERED
    • OFFICIAL DESCRIPTION
    • WORK OF BOMBING SQUADRONS
    • GERMANS FIGHT GERMANS
    • ATTACKS ON HOSPITALS
    • TONS OF BRITISH BOMBS
    • PARIS AND LONDON RAIDED
    • AMERICAN AVIATORS
    • LUFBERY'S LAST FIGHT
    • RICHTHOFEN'S DEATH
    • LIST OF GERMANS KILLED
    • FRENCH AND BRITISH "ACES"
  • Zinc Coins in Occupied Belgium
  • Arrest of Irish Plotters
    • Sixty-nine Sinn Fein Members Imprisoned for Treasonable Relations With the Enemy
    • OFFICIAL PROCLAMATION
    • EFFECT OF ARRESTS
    • DETAILS OF INTRIGUE
    • LANDING FROM SUBMARINE
  • Ireland's Food Shipments to England
  • New Austro-German Alliance
    • Official Declarations Regarding It by the Chief Ministers of Both Empires
    • ANDRASSY'S VIEWS
    • PARTITION OF AUSTRIA
    • THE TWO EMPERORS
    • CHANCELLOR'S STATEMENT
  • The Imprisoned ex-Czar in the Crimea
  • Exchanging Thousands of Prisoners
    • Franco-German Agreement, Signed at Berne, Provides for Release of More Than 300,000 Captives
    • TOTALS OF PRISONERS
    • FRANCO-GERMAN TERMS
    • SUMMARY OF DOCUMENT
    • TRANSPORTING PRISONERS
    • FOOD FOR PRISONERS
    • LIBERATING CIVILIANS
  • Horrors of Austrian Prisons
    • Inhuman Treatment of Civilian Women and Men at Internment Camps
    • CIVILIANS KIDNAPPED
  • Abuses in German Prison Camps
    • Examples of Heartless Treatment
  • Rebuilding Disabled Soldiers
    • Wonderful Work That Italy Is Doing to Render Maimed Men Self-Supporting
  • Sneezing Powder in Gas Attacks
  • Russia Under Many Masters
    • A Month's Events Amid the Chaos Produced by Bolshevist Misrule and German Invasion
    • GERMAN PROMISES
    • BLACK SEA FLEET
    • NO PEACE WITH UKRAINE
    • INTERNAL CONDITIONS
    • RUSSIA A MADHOUSE
    • LOOTING AND DESTROYING
    • RAILROAD SITUATION
    • BOLSHEVIKI AND THE JEWS
    • ANTI-BOLSHEVIST MOVEMENTS
    • FIGHTING IN SIBERIA
    • DISMEMBERING RUSSIA
    • GERMAN ATROCITIES
    • ALLIED INTERVENTION
    • RUSSIAN OPINION
    • SENATOR KING'S RESOLUTION
    • INTERVENTION URGED
    • CZECHS IN SIBERIA
  • Letters From Trotzky and From Kerensky's War Minister
    • FROM BORIS SAVINKOV
  • Growth of the Jugoslav Movement
    • Project for a South Slavic State, Aided by the Czechs, Threatens to Disrupt Austria-Hungary
    • THE CZECH DECLARATION
    • DEMANDS INDEPENDENCE
    • SELF-DETERMINATION
    • WAGRAM GATHERING
    • CONFERENCE AT ROME
    • ITALY'S ACTIVE HELP
    • PROTEST IN REICHSRAT
    • THE PREMIER'S ADMISSION
    • FOOD SHORTAGE
    • MARTIAL LAW IN PRAGUE
    • RIOTS IN WENSEL SQUARE
    • REVOLT IN AUSTRIAN ARMY
    • GERRYMANDERING BOHEMIA
    • AUSTRIAN OFFICIAL VIEW
    • WEAKENING NATIONALISM
    • BOHEMIANS IN ITALY'S ARMY
    • RACIAL DIVISIONS IN HUNGARY
    • EACH RACE ISOLATED
    • TRANSYLVANIA'S CASE
  • Supreme War Council Favors Free Poland and Jugoslavia
    • AMERICA AND JUGOSLAVS
  • Rumania's Thralldom
    • Subjection of the Nation to German Tyranny Under a Supplementary Economic Treaty
    • CONTROL OF OIL FIELDS
    • COST OF RUMANIA'S PEACE
    • GERMAN OIL MONOPOLY
    • VON KUEHLMANN'S EXPLANATION
    • MODEL PEACE TERMS
  • ARMENIA'S SUFFERINGS IN A NEW PHASE
    • Turkish Invasion of the Caucasus Under the Brest Treaty—Struggle of the Georgians
    • PROTEST OF ARMENIANS
    • POLICY OF ANNIHILATION
    • STORY OF THE GEORGIANS
    • PROGRESS AMONG GEORGIANS
    • SUCCESSFUL EMIGRANTS
    • UNDER THE YOUNG TURKS
    • EXTERMINATING A RACE
    • BARBAROUS TORTURES
    • TOTAL NUMBER MURDERED
  • President Wilson's Addresses
    • Important Utterances on War Themes
    • Red Cross Speech in New York
    • WHAT THE WAR IS DOING
    • SERVICE BY GIVING
    • INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION
    • MAKING THE WORLD DEMOCRATIC
  • Address on Revenue Legislation
    • WAR PROFITS AND LUXURIES
    • A TAX ON PROFITEERING
    • SPIRIT OF THE NATION
  • The President's Appeal for Economy
    • Memorial Day Proclamation, 1918
  • Mexico and the United States
    • The President's Pledge
    • GERMAN INTRIGUES
    • READY TO HELP RUSSIA
    • NO SELFISH AGGRESSION
    • PEACE BY MUTUAL TRUST
  • Secretary Lansing on War Themes
    • Why the United States Is at War
    • AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
    • ITALIAN AMBASSADOR'S SPEECH
  • Premier Lloyd George Lauds Americans
  • Clemenceau's Defiance of Obstructors
  • Brute Force Versus Humanity
  • The Battle of Jutland
    • Debatable Phases of the Great Naval Conflict Reviewed by Eminent British Experts
    • JUTLAND RECORDS INCOMPLETE
    • GERMAN FLEET'S OBJECT
    • FRENCH EXPERT'S OPINION
    • LOSS OF BRITISH SHIPS
  • Comment by Mr. Arthur Pollen
  • Battle of Skagerrak as Germany Sees It
    • TRAFALGAR AND JUTLAND
    • COMPARED WITH TSUSHIMA
  • International Socialists' Peace Campaign
    • A Message Sent to the Socialists of the Central Powers by Those of the Entente Nations
  • Trade After the War
  • Exchange of Naval Greetings With England
  • England and the War's Causes
    • A CAMPAIGN OF FALSEHOOD
    • ORGANIZED HATE
    • ENGLAND'S PACIFIC SPIRIT
    • THE BAGDAD RAILWAY
    • THE POTSDAM CONFERENCE
  • Germany and Great Britain in 1912
    • Lord Haldane's Official Report of His Conciliatory Mission Prior to the War
    • NO AGGRESSIVE ALLIANCES
    • QUESTION OF GERMAN FLEET
    • THE KAISER AND VON TIRPITZ
    • NO AGREEMENT REACHED
  • British Official Statement Issued in 1915
    • GERMAN PLAN ONE-SIDED
    • SIR EDWARD GREY'S VIEW
  • THE EUROPEAN WAR AS SEEN BY CARTOONISTS
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