New York Times Current History: The European War, Vol 2, No. 1, April, 1915 April-September, 1915
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New York Times Current History: The European War, Vol 2, No. 1, April, 1915 April-September, 1915

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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, New York Times Current History: The European War, Vol 2, No. 1, April, 1915, by Various
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  • CURRENT HISTORY
    • A MONTHLY MAGAZINE
    • THE EUROPEAN WAR
    • VOLUME II.
      • From the Beginning to March, 1915
        • With Index
      • With Index
    • From the Beginning to March, 1915
      • With Index
    • With Index
    • Number 1, April, 1915
      • NEW YORK THE NEW YORK TIMES COMPANY 1915
    • NEW YORK THE NEW YORK TIMES COMPANY 1915
    • Contents - Number I, April, 1915.
    • The New York Times Current History
      • The European War
    • The European War
    • Germany's War Zone and Neutral Flags
    • The German Decree and Interchange of Notes Answering American Protests to Germany and Britain
      • AMERICAN NOTE TO GERMANY.
      • AMERICAN NOTE TO ENGLAND.
      • GERMANY'S ANSWER.
      • BRITAIN'S ANSWER.
      • ALLIES' DECLARATION OF REPRISALS.
      • Britain's New and Original Blockade
      • American Protests Following the "War Zone" Decrees Defined
      • AMERICAN NOTE TO THE BELLIGERENTS.
      • II.—GERMANY'S REPLY.
      • III.—GREAT BRITAIN'S REPLY.
      • IV.—AMERICAN INQUIRY ON REPRISAL METHOD.
      • V.—BRITISH REPLY TO THE AMERICAN INQUIRY.
      • VI.—FRENCH GOVERNMENT'S ANSWER.
      • British Order in Council
      • Declaring a Blockade of German Ports
    • AMERICAN NOTE TO GERMANY.
    • AMERICAN NOTE TO ENGLAND.
    • GERMANY'S ANSWER.
    • BRITAIN'S ANSWER.
    • ALLIES' DECLARATION OF REPRISALS.
    • Britain's New and Original Blockade
    • American Protests Following the "War Zone" Decrees Defined
    • AMERICAN NOTE TO THE BELLIGERENTS.
    • II.—GERMANY'S REPLY.
    • III.—GREAT BRITAIN'S REPLY.
    • IV.—AMERICAN INQUIRY ON REPRISAL METHOD.
    • V.—BRITISH REPLY TO THE AMERICAN INQUIRY.
    • VI.—FRENCH GOVERNMENT'S ANSWER.
    • British Order in Council
    • Declaring a Blockade of German Ports
    • Germany's Submarine War
    • German People Not Blinded
    • Reveille
    • Can Germany Be Starved Out?
    • Hoch Der Kaiser
    • The Submarine of 1578
    • The Torpedo.
    • "God Punish England, Brother"
    • A New Hymn of Germany's Gospel of Hatred
      • A HYMN OF HATE.
    • A HYMN OF HATE.
    • The Great Hour.
    • The Peace of the World
    • A Famous Englishman's Diagnosis of the War Disease and His Prescription for a Permanent Cure
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • Small But Great-souled.
    • Zeppelin Raids on London
    • Sir John French's Own Story
    • Continuing the Famous Dispatches of the British Commander in Chief to Lord Kitchener
    • The Cathedral of Rheims
    • Music of War
    • America and a New World State
    • How the United States May Take the Lead in the Formation of a World Confederation for the Prevention of Future Wars
      • I.
      • II.—AMERICA'S FUTURE ATTITUDE
      • III.—AMERICA AS LEADER.
    • I.
    • II.—AMERICA'S FUTURE ATTITUDE
    • III.—AMERICA AS LEADER.
    • Sir Christopher Cradock.
    • Battle of the Suez Canal
    • A First-Hand Account of the Unsuccessful Turkish Invasion
    • A Full-Fledged Socialist State
    • While Germany's Trade and Credit Are Holding Their Breath
    • Letters From Wives
    • "War Children."
    • No Premature Peace For Russia
    • Proceedings at Opening of the Duma, Petrograd, Feb. 9, 1915
      • M. SAZANOF'S SPEECH.
    • M. SAZANOF'S SPEECH.
    • To The Victors Belong The Spoils!
    • Lessons of the War to March Ninth
    • Belgium's King And Queen
    • The European War As Seen By Cartoonists
      • The American Protest
        • The Peasant and the War
        • Victory!
        • "The Outcast"
        • The Dream of a Madman
        • Night Scene in Trafalgar Square
        • The Riddle of the Sands
        • The Theatre in the Field
        • Trench Amenities
        • Quo Vadis?
        • The Gutter Snipes
        • A London Family Scene
        • The Dissemblers
        • Lord Kitchener Wants You!
        • Willy-Nilly
        • A Shaky Affair
        • The Return of the Raider
        • What Is There Inside?
        • "Sound and Fury"
        • The Flight That Failed
        • "A Fortified Town"
        • No Family Resemblance
      • The Peasant and the War
      • Victory!
      • "The Outcast"
      • The Dream of a Madman
      • Night Scene in Trafalgar Square
      • The Riddle of the Sands
      • The Theatre in the Field
      • Trench Amenities
      • Quo Vadis?
      • The Gutter Snipes
      • A London Family Scene
      • The Dissemblers
      • Lord Kitchener Wants You!
      • Willy-Nilly
      • A Shaky Affair
      • The Return of the Raider
      • What Is There Inside?
      • "Sound and Fury"
      • The Flight That Failed
      • "A Fortified Town"
      • No Family Resemblance
    • The American Protest
      • The Peasant and the War
      • Victory!
      • "The Outcast"
      • The Dream of a Madman
      • Night Scene in Trafalgar Square
      • The Riddle of the Sands
      • The Theatre in the Field
      • Trench Amenities
      • Quo Vadis?
      • The Gutter Snipes
      • A London Family Scene
      • The Dissemblers
      • Lord Kitchener Wants You!
      • Willy-Nilly
      • A Shaky Affair
      • The Return of the Raider
      • What Is There Inside?
      • "Sound and Fury"
      • The Flight That Failed
      • "A Fortified Town"
      • No Family Resemblance
    • The Peasant and the War
    • Victory!
    • "The Outcast"
    • The Dream of a Madman
    • Night Scene in Trafalgar Square
    • The Riddle of the Sands
    • The Theatre in the Field
    • Trench Amenities
    • Quo Vadis?
    • The Gutter Snipes
    • A London Family Scene
    • The Dissemblers
    • Lord Kitchener Wants You!
    • Willy-Nilly
    • A Shaky Affair
    • The Return of the Raider
    • What Is There Inside?
    • "Sound and Fury"
    • The Flight That Failed
    • "A Fortified Town"
    • No Family Resemblance
    • The Chances of Peace and the Problem of Poland
    • The Redemption Of Europe
    • Germany Will End the War
    • Only When a Peace Treaty Shall Assure Her Power
    • Louvain's New Streets
    • The State of Holland
    • An Answer to H.G. Wells by Hendrik Willem van Loon
    • Hungary After the War
    • The Watchers Of The Troad
    • The Union of Central Europe
    • An Argument in Favor of a Union of the States Now Allied With Germany
    • Two Poor Little Belgian Fledglings
    • What the Germans Desire
    • Not Conquest, but a New Economical System of Europe
    • Address To King Albert Of Belgium
    • Foreshadowing a New Phase of War
    • Financing the Allies and Small Nations Preparing for War
    • Britain's Unsheathed Sword
    • Sweden's Scandinavian Leadership
    • From England
    • War Correspondence—The Beloved Hindenburg
    • A Pen Portrait of the German Commander in Chief in the East
    • Feeling of the German People
    • Complete Confidence in Victory and Resentment Toward England
    • Bombardment of the Dardanelles
    • First Allied Attack Described by an Onlooker
    • The French Battlefront
    • Account of First Extended View of the Intrenchments Defending France
    • Dodging Shells
    • Somali Volunteers
    • When King Peter Re-Entered Belgrade
    • The Dragon's Teeth
    • The Greatest of Campaigns
    • The French Official Account
      • CHAPTER I
        • THE FRENCH SETBACKS IN AUGUST.
        • THE OPERATIONS IN LORRAINE.
        • OPERATIONS IN BELGIAN LUXEMBOURG.
        • OPERATIONS SOUTH OF SAMBRE.
        • PREPARATION OF THE OFFENSIVE.
        • THE FRENCH COUNTER-ATTACK.
        • CONTINUATION OF THE RETREAT.
        • THE EVE OF THE OFFENSIVE.
      • THE FRENCH SETBACKS IN AUGUST.
      • THE OPERATIONS IN LORRAINE.
      • OPERATIONS IN BELGIAN LUXEMBOURG.
      • OPERATIONS SOUTH OF SAMBRE.
      • PREPARATION OF THE OFFENSIVE.
      • THE FRENCH COUNTER-ATTACK.
      • CONTINUATION OF THE RETREAT.
      • THE EVE OF THE OFFENSIVE.
    • CHAPTER I
      • THE FRENCH SETBACKS IN AUGUST.
      • THE OPERATIONS IN LORRAINE.
      • OPERATIONS IN BELGIAN LUXEMBOURG.
      • OPERATIONS SOUTH OF SAMBRE.
      • PREPARATION OF THE OFFENSIVE.
      • THE FRENCH COUNTER-ATTACK.
      • CONTINUATION OF THE RETREAT.
      • THE EVE OF THE OFFENSIVE.
    • THE FRENCH SETBACKS IN AUGUST.
    • THE OPERATIONS IN LORRAINE.
    • OPERATIONS IN BELGIAN LUXEMBOURG.
    • OPERATIONS SOUTH OF SAMBRE.
    • PREPARATION OF THE OFFENSIVE.
    • THE FRENCH COUNTER-ATTACK.
    • CONTINUATION OF THE RETREAT.
    • THE EVE OF THE OFFENSIVE.
    • When Marthe Chenal Sang the "Marseillaise"
    • A War of Commerce to Follow
    • Belgium.
    • Desired Peace Terms for Europe
    • Outlined by Proponents for the Allies and for Germany
      • GERMANY'S PROGRAM.
    • GERMANY'S PROGRAM.
    • The British Volunteers.
    • Chronology of the War
    • Showing Progress of Campaigns on All Fronts and Collateral Events from Jan. 31, 1915, up to and Including Feb. 28, 1915.
      • CAMPAIGN IN EASTERN EUROPE
      • CAMPAIGN IN WESTERN EUROPE.
      • CAMPAIGN IN AFRICA.
      • TURKISH AND EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGN.
      • NAVAL RECORD—GENERAL.
      • NAVAL RECORD—WAR ZONE.
      • NAVAL RECORD—NEUTRAL FLAGS
      • AERIAL RECORD.
      • AUSTRALIA.
      • AUSTRIA.
      • BELGIUM.
      • BULGARIA.
      • CANADA.
      • ENGLAND.
      • GERMANY.
      • GREECE.
      • ITALY.
      • RUMANIA.
      • RUSSIA.
      • SERBIA.
      • TURKEY.
      • UNITED STATES.
      • RELIEF WORK.
    • CAMPAIGN IN EASTERN EUROPE
    • CAMPAIGN IN WESTERN EUROPE.
    • CAMPAIGN IN AFRICA.
    • TURKISH AND EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGN.
    • NAVAL RECORD—GENERAL.
    • NAVAL RECORD—WAR ZONE.
    • NAVAL RECORD—NEUTRAL FLAGS
    • AERIAL RECORD.
    • AUSTRALIA.
    • AUSTRIA.
    • BELGIUM.
    • BULGARIA.
    • CANADA.
    • ENGLAND.
    • GERMANY.
    • GREECE.
    • ITALY.
    • RUMANIA.
    • RUSSIA.
    • SERBIA.
    • TURKEY.
    • UNITED STATES.
    • RELIEF WORK.
    • The Great Sea Fight.
    • Notes
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