The Better Germany in War Time: Being Some Facts Towards Fellowship
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The Better Germany in War Time: Being Some Facts Towards Fellowship

By Harold W. (Harold Williams) Picton
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Table of Contents
  • THE BETTER GERMANY IN WAR TIME
  • CONTENTS
  • FOREWORD[1]
  • I. MILITARY PRISONERS.
    • Letters from Officers and Others.
    • Merseburg, Dœberitz.
    • Correspondence and Packages.
    • Altdamm.
    • Rumours v. Inspection.
    • Dœberitz.
    • Three Poor Camps.
    • Gœttingen.
    • German Help for Prisoners.
    • Cologne.
    • Crefeld.
    • Gardelegen, Salzwedel.
    • Guestrow, Muenster (Lager), Soltau, Scheuen, Schloss Celle.
    • Zueder Zollhaus, Wahn.
    • Blankenburg.
    • Senne.
    • Mainz.
    • General Remarks of Dr. Ohnesorg.
    • New Regulations.
    • Erfurt, Ohrdruf.
    • Mr. Gerard’s Comments.
    • Muenden, Friedberg, Torgau, Merseberg.
    • A Penny Blue Book.
    • A Prisoner in Austria.
    • The Food Question.
    • A Prisoner’s Report.
    • The Credulity of Hate.
    • Torgau.
    • Dogs.
    • Burg.
    • Censor Fined by Prisoner.
    • Visits Outside Camp.
    • Prisoners and Populace.
    • MS. Returned.
    • Another Prisoner’s Report.
    • Credulity Once More.
    • Ordinary Humanity.
    • Reports of the International Red Cross.
    • German Camps: Food.
    • General Result.
    • Vermin.
    • Tact.
    • Prisoners in France.
    • Later U.S. Reports.
    • Hunger During Transport.
    • Friedrichsfeld.
    • Organisation and Reciprocity.
    • Lazarets.
    • A Difficulty.
    • Some Officer Camps.
    • Kœnigsbrueck, Zwickau, Görlitz.
    • Schloss Celle, Wittenberg, Stendal, Food.
    • Reports and Information.
    • Favourable and Humorous.
    • Food.
    • “Atmosphere.”
    • German Professors.
    • A Contradiction.
    • A Military Prison.
    • Bavarian Courtesy.
    • Hospital Treatment.
    • Wuensdorf, Crefeld.
    • Muenster II., Muenster III.
    • Parchim, Brandenburg.
    • Cottbus.
    • Absence on Leave.
    • Limbau, Guestrow.
    • Hospital Treatment.
    • The Repatriations.
    • Conclusion.
    • Camps in U.K.
    • A Friendly Thought.
    • Unreliable Complaints.
    • Rumours.
    • Prisoner Workers.
    • Some Other Prisoners.
    • Turkey.
    • Serbia.
    • Russia.
    • An Important Comparison.
  • II. CIVILIAN PRISONERS.
    • Resident Enemy Nationals.
    • Origin of General Internment.
    • Civilian and Military Prisoners Compared.
    • Some Reports on Ruhleben.
    • A Controversy.
    • Short Rations.
    • Some Comparisons.
    • Absence on Leave.
    • Prisoners’ Activity.
    • A Friendly Enemy.
    • War Terrorism.
    • Last Days at Ruhleben.
    • Havelberg.
    • On Behalf of the Civilians.
    • “Rotting Away.”
    • A Report on Knockaloe.
    • A British Commandant.
    • Food Difficulties.
    • Two Kinds of Rumour and Some Reality.
    • Against Bitterness.
    • Neutral Camps.
  • III. PRISONERS IN PREVIOUS WARS.
    • Some Previous Records.
    • Napoleonic Wars.
    • American Civil War.
    • Franco-German War, 1870.
    • Russo-Japanese War, 1904.
    • Boer War.
    • Concentration Camps.
  • IV REPRISALS OF GOOD.
    • German Work for Prisoners.
    • “Joining Hands with the Enemy.”
    • The Spectroscope Story.
    • A Baby Case Visitor.
    • Prof. Stange.
    • The Last Resting Place.
    • I.—England.
    • II.—Germany.
  • V. WHAT THE GERMAN MAY BE.
    • A Witness from Serbia.
    • A Witness from France.
    • Another Sort of Witness.
    • War Zone Children.
    • A Soldier and the Children.
    • The Child in No Man’s Land.
    • Austro-Hungarians in Cetinje.
    • Not all Barbarians, nor All Chivalrous.
    • A German Priest.
    • Mutual Fears.
    • The Civilian’s Hate.
    • And Civilian Kindness.
    • Some German Newspapers and other German Comments.
    • School-Books.
    • Belgium and War Aims.
    • Against Annexation.
    • Germany and Contracts.
    • “Frightfulness.”
    • The Brotherhood of Enemies.
    • Wounded.
    • More Christmas Incidents.
    • Wounded Enemies.
    • Whose Fault?
    • An Order Against Kindness.
    • Our Common Humanity.
    • Are We Always Chivalrous?
    • Some British Opinions.
    • The Ease of Accusation.
    • Troops in Occupation.
    • From the International Review; a Common Memorial.
    • A Story from France.
    • German Help of “Alien Enemies.”
    • Brotherhood Again.
    • The Way of New Russia.
    • Thoughts From the Other Side.
    • War Literature.
    • From an American Lady.
    • Two Soldiers’ Letters.
    • Albert Klein.
    • Germany in Peace Time.
    • British Recognition.
    • Industries Dependent on Synthetic Organic Chemistry.
    • The Policy of Boycotting Thought.
  • APPENDIX
    • THE MENTAL HAVOC WROUGHT BY THE WAR.
  • INDEX
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