The New York Times Current History of the European War, Vol. 1, January 9, 1915 What Americans Say to Europe
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, The New York Times Current History of the European War, Vol. 1, January 9, 1915, by Various
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    • The New York Times
    • Current History of the European War
      • JANUARY 9, 1915.
    • JANUARY 9, 1915.
    • What Americans Say to Europe
  • Contents
  • List of Illustrations
    • In the Supreme Court of Civilization
      • Argued by James M. Beck.
      • England's Justification.
      • This Answer Cannot Satisfy.
      • Austria's Case Against Servia.
      • The Judgment.
      • In Conclusion.
    • Argued by James M. Beck.
    • England's Justification.
    • This Answer Cannot Satisfy.
    • Austria's Case Against Servia.
    • The Judgment.
    • In Conclusion.
    • Critics Dispute Mr. Beck
      • Germany's Existence Threatened.
      • No European Solidarity.
      • Slav and Teuton.
    • Germany's Existence Threatened.
    • No European Solidarity.
    • Slav and Teuton.
    • Russia to Blame
      • Why Did Russia Mobilize?
    • Why Did Russia Mobilize?
    • In Defense of Austria
    • Defense of the Dual Alliance—A Reply
      • Where Is No. 28?
      • Russia's Remark About Austria.
      • English "White Paper's" Testimony.
      • Kaiser Tried to Keep Peace.
      • Rights of Neutrals.
      • The Case of Belgium.
      • French Officers in Belgian Forts.
      • The Main Question.
      • Fixing the Blame.
    • Where Is No. 28?
    • Russia's Remark About Austria.
    • English "White Paper's" Testimony.
    • Kaiser Tried to Keep Peace.
    • Rights of Neutrals.
    • The Case of Belgium.
    • French Officers in Belgian Forts.
    • The Main Question.
    • Fixing the Blame.
    • What Gladstone Said About Belgium
      • The Special Identical Treaties.
      • What Gladstone Had in Mind.
    • The Special Identical Treaties.
    • What Gladstone Had in Mind.
    • Fight to the Bitter End
      • AN INTERVIEW WITH ANDREW CARNEGIE.
      • How to Prevent War.
      • Nations Like Individuals.
      • That Was Police Work.
      • Would Surprise the Enemy.
      • A Federation of Europe.
      • Would Mean World Peace.
      • For One Purpose Only.
    • AN INTERVIEW WITH ANDREW CARNEGIE.
    • How to Prevent War.
    • Nations Like Individuals.
    • That Was Police Work.
    • Would Surprise the Enemy.
    • A Federation of Europe.
    • Would Mean World Peace.
    • For One Purpose Only.
    • Woman and War
      • "SHOT. TELL HIS MOTHER."
    • "SHOT. TELL HIS MOTHER."
    • The Way to Peace
      • AN INTERVIEW WITH JACOB H. SCHIFF.
      • Like Maine Case.
      • Germany Fighting for Life.
      • The Real Peril.
      • Americans Should Speak Out.
    • AN INTERVIEW WITH JACOB H. SCHIFF.
    • Like Maine Case.
    • Germany Fighting for Life.
    • The Real Peril.
    • Americans Should Speak Out.
    • Prof. Mather on Mr. Schiff
    • The Eliot-Schiff Letters
      • Dr. Eliot to Mr. Schiff.
      • Mr. Schiff to Dr. Eliot.
      • Dr. Eliot to Mr. Schiff.
      • Mr. Schiff to Dr. Eliot.
      • Dr. Eliot to Mr. Schiff.
      • Mr. Schiff to Dr. Eliot.
      • Dr. Eliot to Mr. Schiff.
      • Mr. Schiff to Dr. Eliot.
    • Dr. Eliot to Mr. Schiff.
    • Mr. Schiff to Dr. Eliot.
    • Dr. Eliot to Mr. Schiff.
    • Mr. Schiff to Dr. Eliot.
    • Dr. Eliot to Mr. Schiff.
    • Mr. Schiff to Dr. Eliot.
    • Dr. Eliot to Mr. Schiff.
    • Mr. Schiff to Dr. Eliot.
    • LA CATHEDRALE.
      • From Figaro.
    • From Figaro.
    • THE CATHEDRAL.
      • A Free Translation of Rostand's Sonnet.
    • A Free Translation of Rostand's Sonnet.
    • Probable Causes and Outcome of the War
      • DR. ELIOT'S FIRST LETTER.
      • The Need for Discussion.
      • Opposite Tendencies.
      • Aggressive Force a Failure.
      • America Cannot Be Indifferent.
    • DR. ELIOT'S FIRST LETTER.
    • The Need for Discussion.
    • Opposite Tendencies.
    • Aggressive Force a Failure.
    • America Cannot Be Indifferent.
    • Appreciation from Lord Bryce
    • A Reply by Dr. Francke
    • DR. ELIOT'S SECOND LETTER
      • The Stout and Warlike Breed
      • What Is Wrong with Civilization?
      • True National Greatness.
    • The Stout and Warlike Breed
    • What Is Wrong with Civilization?
    • True National Greatness.
    • DR. ELIOT'S THIRD LETTER.
      • Why Is America Anti-German?
      • Object to Extension by Force.
      • But One Possible Issue.
      • German Ignorance of Events.
    • Why Is America Anti-German?
    • Object to Extension by Force.
    • But One Possible Issue.
    • German Ignorance of Events.
    • Dr. Dernburg's Reply to the Third Letter
      • No Seizure of Schleswig-Holstein.
      • Alsace-Lorraine Originally German.
      • "Treaties Must Not Be Overrated."
      • Our Sympathy for the Under Dog.
    • No Seizure of Schleswig-Holstein.
    • Alsace-Lorraine Originally German.
    • "Treaties Must Not Be Overrated."
    • Our Sympathy for the Under Dog.
    • Dr. Jordan's Reply to Dr. Dernburg
    • Dr. Irene Sargent's Reply to Dr. Dernburg
    • DR. ELIOT'S FOURTH LETTER.
      • Germany and World Empire
      • German Desire for World Empire.
      • A Great German Navy.
      • Sanctity of National Contracts.
      • What German Domination Would Mean.
      • Germany Never Dreaded Russia.
      • Germany Should Be Defeated.
    • Germany and World Empire
    • German Desire for World Empire.
    • A Great German Navy.
    • Sanctity of National Contracts.
    • What German Domination Would Mean.
    • Germany Never Dreaded Russia.
    • Germany Should Be Defeated.
    • DR. ELIOT'S FIFTH LETTER.
      • A Hopeful Road to Lasting Peace
    • A Hopeful Road to Lasting Peace
    • THE LORD OF HOSTS.
    • A War of Dishonor
    • Might or Right
      • Nietzsche's "Moralic Acid."
      • The Brotherhood of Man.
      • The Area of Moral Obligation.
    • Nietzsche's "Moralic Acid."
    • The Brotherhood of Man.
    • The Area of Moral Obligation.
    • JEANNE D'ARC—1914.
    • The Kaiser and Belgium
      • FIRST ARTICLE.
      • A Man of Warm Affections.
      • His Passion for German Greatness.
    • FIRST ARTICLE.
    • A Man of Warm Affections.
    • His Passion for German Greatness.
    • Reply to Prof. Burgess
    • PROF. BURGESS'S SECOND ARTICLE.
      • The Guarantee of Belgian Neutrality
      • A One-Year Treaty.
      • The Necessary Invasions.
    • The Guarantee of Belgian Neutrality
    • A One-Year Treaty.
    • The Necessary Invasions.
    • Reply to Prof. Burgess
    • America's Peril in Judging Germany
      • Averse from Militarism.
      • Menaces to Our Neutrality.
      • In Peril of the Whirlwind.
      • Slavs in Germany.
      • Attack on Sir Edward Grey.
      • Sherman's March to the Sea.
      • Russia's Position.
      • Armed Peace Not Disarmament.
    • Averse from Militarism.
    • Menaces to Our Neutrality.
    • In Peril of the Whirlwind.
    • Slavs in Germany.
    • Attack on Sir Edward Grey.
    • Sherman's March to the Sea.
    • Russia's Position.
    • Armed Peace Not Disarmament.
    • An Answer by Prof. Ladd
    • Possible Profits From War
      • INTERVIEW WITH FRANKLIN H. GIDDINGS.
      • German Achievements.
      • Germany's Prosperous Commerce.
      • One Great Change Occurring.
      • Will Fear Loss of Liberty.
      • Application of the Facts.
      • Era of Individual Thought.
    • INTERVIEW WITH FRANKLIN H. GIDDINGS.
    • German Achievements.
    • Germany's Prosperous Commerce.
    • One Great Change Occurring.
    • Will Fear Loss of Liberty.
    • Application of the Facts.
    • Era of Individual Thought.
    • "To Americans Leaving Germany"
      • A FAREWELL WORD.
    • A FAREWELL WORD.
    • German Declarations
    • A Second Appeal
    • The Eucken and Haeckel Charges
      • The Case of England.
      • Where Nietzsche Comes In.
      • The Claims of German Culture.
    • The Case of England.
    • Where Nietzsche Comes In.
    • The Claims of German Culture.
    • Concerning German Culture
      • The Standard Bearer of Culture.
      • Since Goethe, Who?
    • The Standard Bearer of Culture.
    • Since Goethe, Who?
    • Culture vs. Kultur
      • She Does Not Desire Culture.
      • Unlovely and Impressive.
    • She Does Not Desire Culture.
    • Unlovely and Impressive.
    • The Trespass in Belgium
      • Belgian Official Denials.
      • The "Agreement" of 1903.
    • Belgian Official Denials.
    • The "Agreement" of 1903.
    • Apportioning the Blame
    • PARTING.
    • French Hate and English Jealousy
      • Sought to Heal the Breach.
      • France to Blame.
      • Her Open-Door Policy.
      • Why Germany Supports Austria.
    • Sought to Heal the Breach.
    • France to Blame.
    • Her Open-Door Policy.
    • Why Germany Supports Austria.
    • Dr. Sanderson Replies
    • In Defense of Austria
      • The Cause of the War.
      • Germany Bound to Aid Austria.
      • Not a War for Civilization.
    • The Cause of the War.
    • Germany Bound to Aid Austria.
    • Not a War for Civilization.
    • Russian Atrocities
    • "The United States of Europe"
      • INTERVIEW WITH NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER.
      • Hyphens Are Going.
      • America's Great Work.
      • Has Advanced Much.
      • One of the Examples.
      • The Chief Result.
      • A Note of Optimism.
    • INTERVIEW WITH NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER.
    • Hyphens Are Going.
    • America's Great Work.
    • Has Advanced Much.
    • One of the Examples.
    • The Chief Result.
    • A Note of Optimism.
    • A New World Map
    • The Verdict of the American People
      • The American Ideal vs. the German.
      • The Death of the Tribal God Idea.
      • Imperialism Confuses Men's Judgments.
      • German-American Man of the Hour.
    • The American Ideal vs. the German.
    • The Death of the Tribal God Idea.
    • Imperialism Confuses Men's Judgments.
    • German-American Man of the Hour.
    • Interview With Dr. Hillis
      • From the Brooklyn Eagle.
    • From the Brooklyn Eagle.
    • TIPPERARY.
    • As America Sees the War
      • I.
      • Thinks Little of Blood Ties.
      • England Stands for Democracy.
      • Germany Represents Autocracy.
      • II.
      • Irish-American Feeling
      • No Hatred of England.
      • Change in Ulster.
      • Religious Education.
    • I.
    • Thinks Little of Blood Ties.
    • England Stands for Democracy.
    • Germany Represents Autocracy.
    • II.
    • Irish-American Feeling
    • No Hatred of England.
    • Change in Ulster.
    • Religious Education.
    • TO MELOS, POMEGRANATE ISLE.
    • What America Can Do
      • America Can't Stand Apart.
      • Belgium's Wrongs.
      • The Threat to England.
      • America in the Settlement.
      • Mr. Roosevelt's Remedy.
      • Interference with Neutrals.
    • America Can't Stand Apart.
    • Belgium's Wrongs.
    • The Threat to England.
    • America in the Settlement.
    • Mr. Roosevelt's Remedy.
    • Interference with Neutrals.
    • TO A COUSIN GERMAN.
    • What the Economic Effects May Be
      • Bankruptcy and Revolution.
      • What Dumping Securities Means.
      • Labor Will Not Suffer Much.
      • Improvised Accounting Methods.
    • Bankruptcy and Revolution.
    • What Dumping Securities Means.
    • Labor Will Not Suffer Much.
    • Improvised Accounting Methods.
    • Effects of War on America
      • Europe May Depend On Us.
      • An American Merchant Marine.
      • Foreigners Leaving America
      • The Effect of Economic Readjustment.
      • America's Real Sufferers.
    • Europe May Depend On Us.
    • An American Merchant Marine.
    • Foreigners Leaving America
    • The Effect of Economic Readjustment.
    • America's Real Sufferers.
    • Germany of the Future
      • AN INTERVIEW WITH M. DE LAPREDELLE.
      • Why the Philosopher Is Important.
      • Teutonic Superexcitation.
    • AN INTERVIEW WITH M. DE LAPREDELLE.
    • Why the Philosopher Is Important.
    • Teutonic Superexcitation.
    • Germany the Aggressor
    • Militarism and Christianity
      • Militarism to Blame.
      • Divine Right of Kings Obsolete.
    • Militarism to Blame.
    • Divine Right of Kings Obsolete.
    • VIGIL
    • Nietzsche and German Culture
    • Belgium's Bitter Need
      • Abyss of Want and Woe.
      • No Work, but Taxes Continue.
      • None of the Refugees Begs.
    • Abyss of Want and Woe.
    • No Work, but Taxes Continue.
    • None of the Refugees Begs.
    • A CORRECTION.
      • [English Cartoon]
    • [English Cartoon]
    • Certainly Not!
      • FOOTNOTES
    • FOOTNOTES
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