New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 2, May, 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
      • With Index
    • From the Beginning to March, 1915
      • With Index
    • With Index
    • Number 2, May, 1915
      • NEW YORK THE NEW YORK TIMES COMPANY 1915
    • NEW YORK THE NEW YORK TIMES COMPANY 1915
    • Contents - Number II, May, 1915.
    • The New York Times Current History
      • The European War
    • The European War
    • General Sir John French's Own Story
    • The Costly Victory of Neuve Chapelle
    • Roberts Of Kandahar.
    • The Surrender of Przemysl
    • How Galicia's Strong Fortress Yielded to the Russian Siege
      • TE DEUM AT HEADQUARTERS.
      • COLLECTING THE ARMS.
      • WHAT THE RUSSIANS FOUND
    • TE DEUM AT HEADQUARTERS.
    • COLLECTING THE ARMS.
    • WHAT THE RUSSIANS FOUND
    • The Jesters.
    • Lord Kitchener Advertises for Recruits
    • Battle of the Dardanelles
    • The Disaster That Befell the Allies' Fleet
      • AS THE TURKS SAW IT.
      • ELIMINATION OF MINES.
      • BRITISH OFFICIAL REPORT.
      • THE SCENE IN THE STRAIT.
    • AS THE TURKS SAW IT.
    • ELIMINATION OF MINES.
    • BRITISH OFFICIAL REPORT.
    • THE SCENE IN THE STRAIT.
    • Official Story of Two Sea Fights
      • OFFICERS.
      • PETTY OFFICERS AND MEN.
      • HONORS AWARDED.
      • BATTLE OF THE FALKLANDS
        • (A)—PRELIMINARY MOVEMENTS.
        • (B.)—ACTION WITH THE ARMORED CRUISERS.
        • (C)—ACTION WITH THE LIGHT CRUISERS.
        • (D)—ACTION WITH THE ENEMY'S TRANSPORTS.
      • (A)—PRELIMINARY MOVEMENTS.
      • (B.)—ACTION WITH THE ARMORED CRUISERS.
      • (C)—ACTION WITH THE LIGHT CRUISERS.
      • (D)—ACTION WITH THE ENEMY'S TRANSPORTS.
      • OFFICERS.
      • PETTY OFFICERS AND MEN.
    • OFFICERS.
    • PETTY OFFICERS AND MEN.
    • HONORS AWARDED.
    • BATTLE OF THE FALKLANDS
      • (A)—PRELIMINARY MOVEMENTS.
      • (B.)—ACTION WITH THE ARMORED CRUISERS.
      • (C)—ACTION WITH THE LIGHT CRUISERS.
      • (D)—ACTION WITH THE ENEMY'S TRANSPORTS.
    • (A)—PRELIMINARY MOVEMENTS.
    • (B.)—ACTION WITH THE ARMORED CRUISERS.
    • (C)—ACTION WITH THE LIGHT CRUISERS.
    • (D)—ACTION WITH THE ENEMY'S TRANSPORTS.
    • OFFICERS.
    • PETTY OFFICERS AND MEN.
    • BETWEEN MIDNIGHT AND MORNING.
    • The Greatest of Campaigns
    • The French Official Account Concluded
      • LEFT OF KLUCK'S ARMY THREATENED.
      • THE ACTION OF FERE-CHAMPENOISE.
      • THE OPERATIONS OF THE RIGHT.
      • "THE RUSH TO THE SEA."
      • GENERAL CHARACTER OF THE ACTION.
      • DEPLOYMENT OF A FIRST ARMY.
      • DEPLOYMENT OF THE SECOND ARMY.
      • THE TRANSPORT OF THE BRITISH ARMY.
      • THE ARRIVAL OF THE BELGIAN ARMY.
      • THE FRENCH ARMY OF BELGIUM.
      • OPERATIONS IN FLANDERS.
      • CHECK OF GERMAN ATTACK.
      • GERMAN DEFEAT AT YPRES.
      • REINFORCEMENTS ARRIVE.
      • FEW SENT TO THE EAST.
      • THE FRENCH ARMY AS IT IS.
      • MANY COLONELS PROMOTED.
      • 2,500,000 FRENCH AT FRONT.
      • DRILLED BY CONVALESCENTS.
      • GERMANY'S GREAT INITIAL EFFORT.
      • INITIATIVE LOST BY GERMANY.
      • WASTAGE OF GERMAN EFFECTIVES.
      • GERMANY'S RESERVES UNTRAINED.
      • GERMAN LOSSES 260,000 A MONTH.
      • PRAISES FRENCH "SEVENTY-FIVES."
      • FRENCH HEAVY GUNS SUPERIOR.
      • FRENCH CONDITIONS IN CONTRAST.
      • WEARING OUT OF MATERIAL.
      • MORAL WASTAGE.
      • LOSSES IN "BATTLE OF CALAIS."
    • LEFT OF KLUCK'S ARMY THREATENED.
    • THE ACTION OF FERE-CHAMPENOISE.
    • THE OPERATIONS OF THE RIGHT.
    • "THE RUSH TO THE SEA."
    • GENERAL CHARACTER OF THE ACTION.
    • DEPLOYMENT OF A FIRST ARMY.
    • DEPLOYMENT OF THE SECOND ARMY.
    • THE TRANSPORT OF THE BRITISH ARMY.
    • THE ARRIVAL OF THE BELGIAN ARMY.
    • THE FRENCH ARMY OF BELGIUM.
    • OPERATIONS IN FLANDERS.
    • CHECK OF GERMAN ATTACK.
    • GERMAN DEFEAT AT YPRES.
    • REINFORCEMENTS ARRIVE.
    • FEW SENT TO THE EAST.
    • THE FRENCH ARMY AS IT IS.
    • MANY COLONELS PROMOTED.
    • 2,500,000 FRENCH AT FRONT.
    • DRILLED BY CONVALESCENTS.
    • GERMANY'S GREAT INITIAL EFFORT.
    • INITIATIVE LOST BY GERMANY.
    • WASTAGE OF GERMAN EFFECTIVES.
    • GERMANY'S RESERVES UNTRAINED.
    • GERMAN LOSSES 260,000 A MONTH.
    • PRAISES FRENCH "SEVENTY-FIVES."
    • FRENCH HEAVY GUNS SUPERIOR.
    • FRENCH CONDITIONS IN CONTRAST.
    • WEARING OUT OF MATERIAL.
    • MORAL WASTAGE.
    • LOSSES IN "BATTLE OF CALAIS."
    • Sonnet On The Belgian Expatriation.
    • War Correspondence
    • A Month of German Submarine War
    • Three Weeks of the War in Champagne
    • The Germans Concrete Trenches
    • The Spirits of Mankind
    • "What the Germans Say About Their Own Methods of Warfare"
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • The Recruit.
    • American Reply to Britain's Blockade Order
    • Germany's Conditions of Peace
    • The First Authoritative German Presentation of the Idea
    • The Allies' Conditions of Peace
    • South Africa's Romantic Blue Paper
    • Recording the Vision of "Oom Niklaas," the Boer Seer of Lichtenburg
    • The Bells Of Berlin
    • Warfare and British Labor
    • Saviors Of Europe
    • Britain's Peril of Strikes and Drink
    • Italy's Evolution as Reflected in Her Press
      • CAUSES OF ITALY'S NEUTRALITY.
      • ITALY'S ARMED, ALERT NEUTRALITY.
      • BRITISH PROTECTORATE OVER EGYPT.
      • THE DARDANELLES.
      • VON BUELOW'S WORK AND PLEA FOR INTERVENTION.
    • CAUSES OF ITALY'S NEUTRALITY.
    • ITALY'S ARMED, ALERT NEUTRALITY.
    • BRITISH PROTECTORATE OVER EGYPT.
    • THE DARDANELLES.
    • VON BUELOW'S WORK AND PLEA FOR INTERVENTION.
    • Some Ruses De Guerre.
    • The European War As Seen By Cartoonists
      • The Fatal Moment In America
        • Top Dog
        • England's "Splendid Isolation"
        • The Sultan "Over the Water"
        • Churchill's Flag Swindle
        • May God Punish England!
        • Speeches of the Kaiser in 1915
        • Our Embarrassing Cousin
        • John Bull at the Costumer's
        • William o' the Wisp
        • American Neutrality
        • What the War Office Has to Put Up With
        • Va Banque!
        • The Final Earthquake—In Germany
        • From the English Eating-House
        • The Bread-Winner
        • Italy's Neutrality
        • Busy Packing
        • In the Cause of Culture
        • Queen Elizabeth in the Dardanelles
        • The "Sick Man" At Home
        • "The Cripple-Entente"
        • Beware of the John-Bull-Dog!
        • The Great Question
      • Top Dog
      • England's "Splendid Isolation"
      • The Sultan "Over the Water"
      • Churchill's Flag Swindle
      • May God Punish England!
      • Speeches of the Kaiser in 1915
      • Our Embarrassing Cousin
      • John Bull at the Costumer's
      • William o' the Wisp
      • American Neutrality
      • What the War Office Has to Put Up With
      • Va Banque!
      • The Final Earthquake—In Germany
      • From the English Eating-House
      • The Bread-Winner
      • Italy's Neutrality
      • Busy Packing
      • In the Cause of Culture
      • Queen Elizabeth in the Dardanelles
      • The "Sick Man" At Home
      • "The Cripple-Entente"
      • Beware of the John-Bull-Dog!
      • The Great Question
    • The Fatal Moment In America
      • Top Dog
      • England's "Splendid Isolation"
      • The Sultan "Over the Water"
      • Churchill's Flag Swindle
      • May God Punish England!
      • Speeches of the Kaiser in 1915
      • Our Embarrassing Cousin
      • John Bull at the Costumer's
      • William o' the Wisp
      • American Neutrality
      • What the War Office Has to Put Up With
      • Va Banque!
      • The Final Earthquake—In Germany
      • From the English Eating-House
      • The Bread-Winner
      • Italy's Neutrality
      • Busy Packing
      • In the Cause of Culture
      • Queen Elizabeth in the Dardanelles
      • The "Sick Man" At Home
      • "The Cripple-Entente"
      • Beware of the John-Bull-Dog!
      • The Great Question
    • Top Dog
    • England's "Splendid Isolation"
    • The Sultan "Over the Water"
    • Churchill's Flag Swindle
    • May God Punish England!
    • Speeches of the Kaiser in 1915
    • Our Embarrassing Cousin
    • John Bull at the Costumer's
    • William o' the Wisp
    • American Neutrality
    • What the War Office Has to Put Up With
    • Va Banque!
    • The Final Earthquake—In Germany
    • From the English Eating-House
    • The Bread-Winner
    • Italy's Neutrality
    • Busy Packing
    • In the Cause of Culture
    • Queen Elizabeth in the Dardanelles
    • The "Sick Man" At Home
    • "The Cripple-Entente"
    • Beware of the John-Bull-Dog!
    • The Great Question
    • Facsimile of a Belgian Bread-Check
    • To A German Apologist
    • America's Neutrality
    • Neutral Spirit of the Swiss
    • An Interview With President Motta of the Swiss Confederation
    • To King And People.
    • A Swiss View of Germany
    • The Land Of Maeterlinck
    • America and Prohibition Russia
    • Two Mustard Seeds of Reform Carried From This Land to the Steppes
    • The Mother's Song.
    • Pan-American Relations As Affected by the War
    • Consequences of the European Conflict on Future Commerce Between the United States and Latin America
      • I.
      • II.
      • POLITICAL POTENTIALITIES.
    • I.
    • II.
    • POLITICAL POTENTIALITIES.
    • An Easter Message
    • An Interview on the War With Henry James
    • A Talk With Belgium's Governor
    • A Charge In The Dark
    • A New Poland
    • "With the Honors of War"
    • General Foch, the Man of Ypres
    • An Account of France's New Master of War
    • The Unremembered Dead
    • Canada and Britain's War Union
    • England.
    • American Aid of France
    • A Farewell.
    • Stories of French Courage
    • A Trooper's Soliloquy
    • American Unfriendliness
    • Endowed With A Noble Fire Of Blood
    • Chronology of the War
    • Showing Progress of Campaigns on All Fronts and Collateral Events from Feb. 28, 1915, Up To and Including March 31, 1915
      • CAMPAIGN IN EASTERN EUROPE
      • CAMPAIGN IN WESTERN EUROPE.
      • TURKISH AND EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGN.
      • CAMPAIGN IN FAR EAST.
      • CAMPAIGN IN AFRICA.
      • NAVAL RECORD—GENERAL.
      • NAVAL RECORD—EMBARGO AND WAR ZONE.
      • AERIAL RECORD.
      • AUSTRIA.
      • BELGIUM.
      • BULGARIA.
      • CANADA.
      • ENGLAND.
      • FRANCE.
      • GERMANY.
      • GREECE.
      • HOLLAND.
      • ITALY.
      • PERSIA.
      • RUMANIA.
      • RUSSIA.
      • TURKEY.
      • UNITED STATES.
      • RELIEF WORK.
    • CAMPAIGN IN EASTERN EUROPE
    • CAMPAIGN IN WESTERN EUROPE.
    • TURKISH AND EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGN.
    • CAMPAIGN IN FAR EAST.
    • CAMPAIGN IN AFRICA.
    • NAVAL RECORD—GENERAL.
    • NAVAL RECORD—EMBARGO AND WAR ZONE.
    • AERIAL RECORD.
    • AUSTRIA.
    • BELGIUM.
    • BULGARIA.
    • CANADA.
    • ENGLAND.
    • FRANCE.
    • GERMANY.
    • GREECE.
    • HOLLAND.
    • ITALY.
    • PERSIA.
    • RUMANIA.
    • RUSSIA.
    • TURKEY.
    • UNITED STATES.
    • RELIEF WORK.
    • The Day
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