New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 3, June, 1915 April-September, 1915
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New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 3, June, 1915 April-September, 1915

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  • CURRENT HISTORY
    • A MONTHLY MAGAZINE
    • THE EUROPEAN WAR
    • VOLUME II.
      • From the Beginning to March, 1915
        • With Index
    • Number 3, June, 1915
      • NEW YORK THE NEW YORK TIMES COMPANY 1915
    • Contents - Number III, June, 1915.
    • The New York Times Current History
      • The European War
    • The Lusitania Case
    • President Wilson's Speeches and Note to Germany
    • History of a Series of Attacks on American Lives in the German War Zone
    • The Warning And The Consequence—
      • THE GERMAN WARNING.
      • GERMAN OFFICIAL REPORT.
      • BRITISH CORONER'S VERDICT.
      • GERMAN NOTE OF REGRET.
      • ENGLAND ANSWERS GERMANY. 1
      • CAPTAIN TURNER TESTIFIES.
        • "Lusitania's" First Cabin List
    • Descriptions by Survivors
      • SUBMARINE CREW OBSERVED.
      • ERNEST COWPER'S ACCOUNT.
      • MR. KESSLER'S DESCRIPTION.
      • CHARLES FROHMAN'S DEATH.
      • VANDERBILT'S HEROIC END.
      • KLEIN AND HUBBARD LOST.
    • Germany Justifies the Deed
      • GERMAN OFFICIAL REPORT.
      • BRITAIN'S DENIAL.
      • COLLECTOR MALONE'S DENIAL.
      • NEUTRALS IN THE WAR ZONE.
      • DR. DERNBURG'S DEFENSE.
    • German Press Opinion
      • GERMAN-AMERICAN PRESS COMMENTS.
    • Falaba, Cushing, Gulflight
      • CASE OF THE FALABA.
      • THE GERMAN DEFENSE.
      • COMMANDER SCHMITZ'S STORY.
      • CASE OF THE CUSHING.
      • CASE OF THE GULFLIGHT.
    • Aim of Submarine Warfare
    • Three Speeches By President Wilson
      • I.—"AMERICA FIRST."
      • II.—"HUMANITY FIRST."
      • III.—AMERICA FOR HUMANITY.
    • Two Ex-Presidents' Views
      • MR. ROOSEVELT SPEAKS.
      • MR. TAFT SPEAKS.
    • President Wilson's Note
    • Another View
    • In the Submarine War Zone
    • American Shipments of Arms
    • The American Reply
    • Munitions From Neutrals
    • Germany and the Lusitania
    • Appeals for American Defense
    • Need of Further Protecting Neutral Rights Set Forth.
    • The Drowned Sailor
    • War With Poisonous Gases
    • The Gap at Ypres Made by German Chlorine Vapor Bombs
      • THE "EYEWITNESS" STORY.
      • WHAT THE GERMANS SAY.
    • The Canadians at Ypres
    • Vapor Warfare Resumed
      • SIR JOHN FRENCH'S REPORT.
      • THE "EYEWITNESS" STORY.
    • To Certain German Professors of Chemics
    • Seven Days of War East and West
    • Fighting of the Second Week in May on French and Russian Fronts.
      • ON THE WESTERN FRONT.
      • IN THE EASTERN THEATRE.
    • Austro-German Success
    • The Campaign in the Carpathians
    • Russian Victory Succeeded by Reverses and Defeat.
      • THE VICTORY IN APRIL.
      • THE GRAND DUKE'S STRATEGY.
      • DEFEAT IN EARLY MAY.
    • Mr. Rockefeller and Serbia
    • Italy in the War
    • Her Move Against Austro-Hungary
    • Last Phase of Italian Neutrality and Causes of the Struggle
      • DECLARATION OF WAR.
      • FRANCIS JOSEPH'S DEFIANCE.
      • ITALY'S CABINET EMPOWERED.
      • ITALY'S JUSTIFICATION.
    • German Hatred of Italy
    • Italy's Neutrality—the Last Phase
      • THE GERMAN VIEW.
      • ITALY AND ENGLAND.
      • ADRIATIC PROBLEM.
    • Annunciation
    • The Dardanelles
    • ALLIES' SECOND CAMPAIGN WITH FLEETS AND LAND FORCES.
    • The Landing at Gallipoli
      • THE SECOND DISPATCH.
      • THE THIRD DISPATCH.
      • THE FOURTH DISPATCH.
      • THE FIFTH DISPATCH.
      • END OF THE THIRD WEEK.
    • "War Babies"
    • The European War As Seen By Cartoonists
      • Another Scrap of Paper
        • The Challenge
        • The Flight of the Eagle
        • All Flahs Look Alike to Him
        • Nearing the Brink
        • The Announcer
        • The Sacrifice of Cain
        • Removing the Hyphen
        • A Misunderstanding
        • The Elixir of Hate
        • It's a Long Way to Constantinople
        • Canada!
        • Our Colors Advance!
        • The English Chameleon
        • A Great Naval Triumph
        • Opening of the Bathing Season—Feb. 18
    • What Is Our Duty?
    • The Soldiers Pass
    • The Great End
    • German Women Not Yet For Peace
    • Diagnosis of the Englishman
    • Bernard Shaw's Terms of Peace
    • A Policy of Murder
    • The Soldier's Epitaph
    • "HE DIED FOR ENGLAND."
    • The Will to Power
    • Alleged German Atrocities
    • Report of the Committee Appointed by the British Government
    • Part I.—The Conduct Of The German Troops In Belgium.
      • LIÈGE AND DISTRICT.
      • VALLEYS OF MEUSE AND SAMBRE.
      • ANDENNE.
      • NAMUR DISTRICT.
      • CHARLEROI DISTRICT.
      • DINANT.
      • AERSCHOT, MALINES, VILVORDE, AND LOUVAIN QUADRANGLE.
      • AERSCHOT AND DISTRICT.
      • GELRODE.
      • AERSCHOT AND DISTRICT.
      • MALINES.
      • HOFSTADE.
      • SEMPST.
      • AERSCHOT AND DISTRICT.
      • LOUVAIN AND DISTRICT.
      • JOURNEY TO COLOGNE.
      • TERMONDE.
      • ALOST.
      • DIARIES OF GERMAN SOLDIERS.
      • PART II.
      • TREATMENT OF THE CIVILIAN POPULATION.
      • OFFENSES AGAINST COMBATANTS.
      • THE RED CROSS.
      • ABUSE OF THE WHITE FLAG.
      • CONCLUSIONS.
    • Scriabin's Last Words.
    • Chronology of the War
      • CAMPAIGN IN EASTERN EUROPE
      • CAMPAIGN IN WESTERN EUROPE.
      • TURKISH AND EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGNS.
      • CAMPAIGN IN AFRICA.
      • NAVAL RECORD.
      • AERIAL RECORD.
      • AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.
      • BELGIUM.
      • BULGARIA.
      • CANADA.
      • EGYPT.
      • FRANCE.
      • GERMANY.
      • GREAT BRITAIN.
      • GREECE.
      • HOLLAND.
      • INDIA.
      • ITALY.
      • LUXEMBURG.
      • PERSIA.
      • POLAND.
      • RUMANIA.
      • RUSSIA.
      • SERBIA.
      • SWEDEN.
      • SWITZERLAND.
      • TURKEY.
      • UNITED STATES.
      • RELIEF.
    • The Drink Question
    • Notes
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