New York Times Current History: The European War from the Beginning to March 1915, Vol 1, No. 2 Who Began the War, and Why?
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New York Times Current History: The European War from the Beginning to March 1915, Vol 1, No. 2 Who Began the War, and Why?

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  • Current History: The European War.
    • From the Beginning to March 1915.
    • "Who Began the War, and Why?"
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS.
    • WHO BEGAN THE WAR, AND WHY? THE CASE FOR GERMANY 209
    • Speeches by Kaiser Wilhelm II.209
    • The Mighty Fate of Europe 219
    • Austria-Hungary's Version of the War 225
    • A German Review of the Evidence 228
    • "Truth About Germany" 244
    • Speculations About Peace, September, 1914 Report to President Wilson. 273
    • WHO BEGAN THE WAR, AND WHY? CASE FOR THE TRIPLE ENTENTE 276
    • FIRST WARNINGS OF EUROPE'S PERIL. Speeches by British Ministers. 276
    • Great Britain's Mobilization 294
    • Summons of the Nation to Arms 308
    • Teachings of Gen. von Bernhardi 343
    • Entrance of France Into War 350
    • Russia to Her Enemy Slav Emperor Announces New Policies. 358
    • "The Facts About Belgium" 365
    • Belgo-British Plot Alleged by Germany 369
    • WHO BEGAN THE WAR, AND WHY? Atrocities of the War 374
    • Bombardment of Rheims Cathedral 392
    • WHO BEGAN THE WAR, AND WHY? The Socialists' Part 397
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
  • WHO BEGAN THE WAR, AND WHY?   THE CASE FOR GERMANY
    • SPEECHES BY KAISER WILHELM II.
      • FORGIVES ENEMIES.
      • SPEECH FROM THE THRONE.
      • TO THE GERMAN ARMY AND NAVY.
      • TO GERMAN WOMEN.
      • "TO THE LAST BREATH OF MAN AND HORSE."
      • JOY IN GLORIOUS VICTORY.
      • FIRST SUCCESSFUL BATTLE.
      • A PRAYER FOR VICTORY.
      • "UP AND AT THE FOES."
      • ON VICTORY NEAR METZ.
      • THE SPIRIT OF THE MEN.
    • FORGIVES ENEMIES.
    • SPEECH FROM THE THRONE.
    • TO THE GERMAN ARMY AND NAVY.
    • TO GERMAN WOMEN.
    • "TO THE LAST BREATH OF MAN AND HORSE."
    • JOY IN GLORIOUS VICTORY.
    • FIRST SUCCESSFUL BATTLE.
    • A PRAYER FOR VICTORY.
    • "UP AND AT THE FOES."
    • ON VICTORY NEAR METZ.
    • THE SPIRIT OF THE MEN.
    • HIS INDISCRETION WAS "CALCULATED."
    • WILHELM II.'S LETTER TO LORD TWEEDMOUTH.
  • The Mighty Fate of Europe
    • "YOUR HEARTS FOR GOD, YOUR FISTS ON THE ENEMY."
      • AS ONE MAN FOR THE KAISER.
    • AS ONE MAN FOR THE KAISER.
    • DECLARES FOR WAR.[01]
    • STATEMENT TO AMERICA.
    • GERMANY'S ARMAMENTS.
  • Austria-Hungary's Version of the War
    • MANIFESTO.
      • DECLARATION OF WAR.
      • "DAYS OF WORLD'S HISTORY."
      • WILL OF WILHELM II. THAT SWUNG THE SWORD.
      • A PURELY DEFENSIVE WAR.
      • A DISCORDANT NOTE.
    • DECLARATION OF WAR.
    • "DAYS OF WORLD'S HISTORY."
    • WILL OF WILHELM II. THAT SWUNG THE SWORD.
    • A PURELY DEFENSIVE WAR.
    • A DISCORDANT NOTE.
  • A German Review of the Evidence
    • I. THE RUSSIAN MOBILIZATION.
    • II. GREY'S OMISSIONS AND ERRORS.
    • III. THE AGREEMENT WITH FRANCE.
    • IV. BELGIAN NEUTRALITY.
  • "Truth About Germany"
    • HOW THE WAR CAME ABOUT.
    • REICHSTAG AND EMPEROR.
    • THE GERMAN MOBILIZATION.
    • ARMY AND NAVY.
    • THE ATTITUDES OF GERMANY'S ENEMIES.
    • LIES ABOUT GERMANY.
    • GERMANY AND THE FOREIGNER.
    • COMMERCE AND TRADE RELATIONS BETWEEN GERMANY AND UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
    • WHO IS TO BE VICTORIOUS?
    • Speculations About Peace, September, 1914
  • WHO BEGAN THE WAR, AND WHY?   CASE FOR THE TRIPLE ENTENTE
    • FIRST WARNINGS OF EUROPE'S PERIL.
    • "A CLOUD OVER EUROPE."
    • AUSTRO-SERVIAN CRISIS.
    • A GRAVE SITUATION.
    • RISK OF A CATASTROPHE.
    • OPPOSITION CONCURS.
    • PEACE THE GREAT OBJECT.
    • RUSSIA'S MOBILIZATION.
    • THE GERMAN INVASION.
    • PEACE OF EUROPE CANNOT BE PRESERVED.
    • GERMANY AND BELGIUM.
    • UNHESITATING SUPPORT.
    • CHANGED IRISH FEELING.
    • GREAT BRITAIN'S ULTIMATUM TO GERMANY.
    • PENETRATION OF BELGIAN TERRITORY.
  • Great Britain's Mobilization
    • KING TO BRITAIN'S FLEET.
    • NAPOLEONISM ONCE AGAIN.
    • PACT OF TRIPLE ENTENTE.
    • A COUNTERSTROKE.
    • IMPERIAL MESSAGE TO THE BRITISH DOMINIONS.
    • 438,000 MEN RECRUITED.
    • EARL KITCHENER'S SPEECH ON RECRUITS
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
  • Summons of the Nation to Arms
    • PRIME MINISTER'S LETTER.
    • MR. ASQUITH IN LONDON.
    • GERMANY SPEAKS.
    • GREAT BRITAIN REPLIES.
    • MR. ASQUITH AT EDINBURGH.
    • MR. ASQUITH AT DUBLIN.
    • MR. ASQUITH AT CARDIFF.
    • LORD CURZON'S EXPERIENCE.
    • NOW THE WAR HAS COME.
    • THE GREAT WAR.
    • Teachings of Gen. von Bernhardi
  • Entrance of France Into War
    • NEUTRALIZED STATE RESPECTED.
    • THE NATION IN ARMS.
    • POSITION OF THE REPUBLIC.
    • BEFORE THE MARNE BATTLE.
  • Russia to Her Enemy   Slav Emperor Announces New Policies.
    • A MANIFESTO.
    • CZAR AT THE KREMLIN.
    • APPEAL TO THE POLES.
    • THE POLISH RESPONSE.
    • NO ALLIANCE WITH GERMANY
    • POLISH AMERICAN OPINION.
    • RUSSIA AGAINST GERMANY.
    • DUMA'S MESSAGE TO BRITAIN.
    • NEW POLICY AND THE JEWS.
    • WAR ON GERMAN TRADE.
    • FOE TO GERMAN MILITARISM.
    • NOT A QUESTION OF SLAV PREDOMINANCE.
    • RUSSIA'S "LITTLE BROTHER."
  • "The Facts About Belgium"
    • Belgo-British Plot Alleged by Germany
    • GREAT BRITAIN'S DENIAL.
    • REPLY TO GREAT BRITAIN.
    • GRAY BOOK'S TESTIMONY.
    • BELGIUM'S ANSWER.
  • WHO BEGAN THE WAR, AND WHY?   ATROCITIES OF THE WAR
    • THE POPE'S DYING WORDS.
    • GERMAN KAISER'S PROTEST.
    • REPLY TO THE KAISER.
    • CHARGE AGAINST GERMANY.
    • M. DELCASSE'S NOTE.
    • THE BELGIAN MISSION.
    • M. DE WIART'S ADDRESS.
    • PRESIDENT WILSON'S REPLY.
    • OFFICIAL SUMMARY.
    • I. Acts at Linsmeau and Orsmael.
    • II. Report on Aerschot.
    • III. Destruction of Louvain.
    • FURTHER REPORTS.
    • A SUPPLEMENT.
    • "NOT A WORD OF TRUTH."
    • GERMANY'S VERSIONS.
    • LOUVAIN'S ART TREASURES.
  • Bombardment of Rheims Cathedral
    • POPE BENEDICT SILENT.
    • ATTACK NOT WILLFUL.
    • "SPARE THE CATHEDRAL."
    • THE FRENCH ARE BLAMED
    • THE DAMAGE DONE.
  • WHO BEGAN THE WAR, AND WHY?   THE SOCIALISTS' PART
    • HOW INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISTS ARMED AGAINST EACH OTHER.
    • "ENVOY OF MY PARTY."
    • MINISTER JULES GUESDE.
    • "REVOLUTION!"
    • COMPOSURE IS NECESSARY.
    • PRESSURE FOR PEACE.
    • HUGO HAASE AT BRUSSELS.
    • HAASE IN THE REICHSTAG.
    • GERMAN SOCIALISTS DIVIDED.
    • SOCIALISTS STILL GERMANS.
    • "CRITIQUE OF WEAPONS."
    • SOCIALISTS OF ITALY FIRM.
    • BRITISH MANIFESTO.
    • KEIR HARDIE'S QUESTIONS.
    • REPLY TO MINISTER GREY.
    • MR. MACDONALD REPENTS.
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