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Rohrbach, Dr Paul, Die Bagdad.
bahn,' extract from, 411, 428.
in, 387-decline of Turkish domi.
the monarchy, ib.-his title of the
505—George Brankovich, 506.
ment of Gunshot Wounds,' 452.
tending, 136. See Land.
135. See Land.
the guns, 217.
archy,' extract from, 477.
Progress in Palestine,' 426 note.
Rumania, intervention in the war,
582-plan of operations, 583. See
Russia, military operations in Ar-
menia, 229–Mesopotamia, 230—
Sailors and Soldiers on the Land, Townshend, General, his surrender
of Kut, 232-statement of his
views, 233-235—relations with
Trade and Industry, English and
German Banking, in Relation
to, 532. See Banking.
Trade and Manufactures, British
433. See British.
to Mrs Hughes, 549, 555-corre Trade Unions and Associations of
Treitschke, The Political Philo-
488-history, 489_territory, 490— teaching, ib.--translations of bis
State is Power, 183, 191-193-in-
War, The, and Congress, 196. See
228—result of the Military Service
Trojan War, The, 1-excavations
of Dr Schliemann, ib.-Dr Dörp.
War, The Course of the, 565—re-
sult of the closer accord between
United States, industrial operations,
Verdun, battle of, 236, 243.
at her funeral, 218, 224-her rela-
tions with Lord Beaconsfield, 527.
chirurgia copiosa,' 457-treatment
of gunshot wounds, 458.
Improvement of Indian Agri-
War, The Trojan, 1. See Trojan.
Principalities of Wallachia and
Moldavia,' extract from, 389, 393.
ship with Lord Beaconsfield, 525.
proclamation, 196-explanation of
his policy, 210-212.
of sound by the, 219-an important
Wirtz, Felix, his treatment of gun-
shot wounds, 466.
Walpole, Stephen, “History of Eng.
land from 1815 to 1880,' 481.
Wise, B. R., The Making of the
Australian Commonwealth,' 274
views on perseverance and hope i
the war, 132, 133.
the Anvil,' 266 et seq.
Wordsworth, A New Life of, 116
-works on, 116, 129-style of G. M.
Yuan Shih-kai, organiser of the Pro
visional Republican Government.
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