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TASVARD COLLEGE

LIBRARY

Copyright 1915,

By The New York Times Company

NUMBER I. APRIL, 1915.

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GERMANY'S WAR ZONE AND NEUTRAL FLAGS

The German Decree ant Inlerchange of Noles

GERMANY'S SUBMARINE WAR (With Map)

GERMAN PEOPLE NOT BLINDED

By Karl Lamprecht

REVEILLE

By John Galsworthy

CAN GERMANY BÉ STARVED OUT?

An Answer by Sixteen German Specialists

HOCH DER KAISER (Poem)

By George Daries

THE SUBMARINE OF 1578

THE TORPEDO (Poem)

By Katherine_D. M. Simons, Jr.

"GOD PUNISH ENGLAND, BROTHER"

A New Hymn of Germany's Gospel of Hatred

THE GREAT HOUR (Poem).

By Hermann Sudermann

THE PEACE OF THE WORLD

By H. G. Wells

ZEPPELIN RAIDS ON LONDON (With Map)

By the Noral Correspondent of The London Times

JULIUS CAESAR ON THE AISNE

SIR JOHN FRENCH'S OWN STORY (With Map)

Continuing the Famous Dispatches of the British Commander

THE CATHEDRAL OF RHEIMS .

By Emile Verhaeren

MUSIC OF WAR

By Rudyard Kipling

AMERICA AND A NEW WORLD STATE

By Vor man Angel

SIR CHRISTOPHER CRADOCK (Poem)

By John E. Dolson

BATTLE OF THE SUEZ CANAL (With Map)

First-hand Account of the Turkish Invasion

A FULL-FLEDGED SOCIALIST STATE

By J. Laurence Laughlin

LETTERS FROM WIVES

"WAR CHILDREN"

NO PREMATURE PEACE FOR RUSSIA

Proceedings al Opening of the Duma, Feb. 9

TO THE VICTOR BELONG THE SPOILS (Poem)

By Madeleine Lucette Ryley

LESSONS OF THE WAR TO MARCH NINTH

By Charles W. Eliot

BELGIUM'S KING AND QUEEN

By Paul Hervieu

THE EUROPEAN WAR AS SEEN BY CARTOONISTS

THE CHANCES OF PEACE AND THE PROBLEM OF POLAND (With Map)

By J. Ellis Barker

THE REDEMPTION OF EUROPE (Poem)

By Alfred Noyes

GERMANY WILL END THE WAR

By Marimilian Harden

LOUVAIN'S NEW STREETS

THE STATE OF HOLLAND

By Hendrik Willem van Loon

HUNGARY AFTER THE WAR (With Map)

By a Correspondent of The London Times

THE WATCHERS OF THE TROAD (Poem)

By Harry Lyman Koopman

THE UNION OF CENTRAL EUROPE

By Franz ton Liszt

TWO POOR LITTLE BELGIAN FLEDGLINGS

By Pierre Loti

WHAT THE GERMANS DESIRE

By Gustaf Sioesteen

ADDRESS TO KING ALBERT OF BELGIUM

By Emile Verhaeren

FORESHADOWING A NEW PHASE OF WAR

By Lloyd George, British Chancellor of the Exchequer

BRITAIN'S UNSHEATHED SWORD

By H. H. Asquith, England's Prime Minisier

SWEDEN'S SCANDINAVIAN LEADERSHIP (With Map)

By a Swedish Political Expert

FROM ENGLAND (Poem)

By Maurice Hewlett

WAR CORRESPONDENCE

THE DRAGON'S TEETH (Poem) :

By Caroline Duer

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GENERAL SIR JOHN FRENCH'S OWN STORY (With Map)

The Costly Victory of Neuve Chapelle

ROBERTS OF KANDAHAR (Poem)

By Sidney Low

THE SURRENDER OF PRZEMYSL (With Maps)

Flow Galicia's Strong Fortress Vielded to the Russian Siege

THE TESTERS (Poem)

By Marion Couthouy Smith

LORD KITCHENER ADVERTISES FOR RECRUITS

BATTLE OF THE DARDANELLES (With Map)

The Disaster thal Bejell the Allies' Fleet

OFFICIAL STORY OF TWO SEA FIGHTS (With Maps)

BETWEEN MIDNIGHT AND MORNING (Poem)

By Sir Owen Seaman

THE GREATEST OF CAMPAIGNS (With Map)

The French Official Account Concluded

SONNET ON THE BELGIAN EXPATRIATION

By Thomas Hardy

WAR CORRESPONDENCE (With Map)

THE SPIRIT OF MANKIND

By Woodrow Il'ilson

"WHÁT THE GERMANS SAY ABOUT THEIR OWN METHODS OF WARFARE"

(With Facsimile Lellers) By Professor Bedier of the College de France

THE RECRUIT (Poem?

By Hortense Flexner

AMERICAN REPLY TO BRITAIN'S BLOCKADE ORDER

By William J. Bryan

GERMANY'S CONDITIONS OF PEACE

By Dr. Bernhard Dernburg

THE ALLIES' CONDITIONS OF PEACE

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SOUTH AFRICA'S ROMANTIC BLUE PAPER (With Map)

THE BELLS OF BERLIN (Poem)

From Punch of London

WARFARE AND BRITISH LABOR

By Earl Kitchener

SAVIORS OF EUROPE

By Rene Bazin

BRITAIN'S PERIL OF STRIKES AND DRINK

By Lloyd George

ITALY'S EVOLUTION AS REFLECTED BY HER PRESS

SOME RUSES DE GUERRE (Poem)

By A. M. Iakeman

THE EUROPEAN WAR AS SEEN BY CARTOONISTS

FACSIMILE OF A BELGIAN BREAD-CHECK

TO A GERMAN APOLOGIST (Poem)

By Beatrice Barry

AMERICA'S NEUTRALITY

By Count Albert Apponyi

NEUTRAL SPIRIT OF THE SWISS

An Interview with President Molla

TO KING AND PEOPLE (Poem)

By Walter Sichel

A SWISS VIEW OF GERMANY

By Maurice Millioud

THE LAND OF MAETERLINCK

By Alfred Suiro

AMERICA AND PROHIBITION RUSSIA

By Isabel F. Hapgood

THE MOTHER'S SONG (Poem)

By Cecilia Reynolds Robertson

PAN-AMERICAN RELATIONS AS AFFECTED BY THE WAR

By Huntington Il'ilson

AN EASTER MESSAGE (Poem)

By Beatrice Barry

AN INTERVIEW ON THE WAR WITH HENRY JAMES

By Preston Locktvood

A TALK WITH BELGIUM'S GOVERNOR

By Edward Lyall For

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THE LUSITANIA CASE (With Map)

PRESIDENT WILSON'S SPEECHES AND NOTE TO GERMANY

History of a Series of Attacks on American Lives in the German War Zone

AMERICAN NOTE TO GERMANY

GERMAN EMBASSY'S WARNING AND THE CONSEQUENCE

German Official Report

British Coroner's Verdict

German Note of Regret

England Answers Germany

Captain Turner Testifies

Lusitania's First Cabin List

DESCRIPTIONS BY SURVIVORS

Submarine Crew Observed

Ernest Cowper's Account

Charles Frohman's Death

Alfred Vanderbilt's Heroic End

Klein and Hubbard Lost

GERMANY JUSTIFIES THE DEED

German Official Report

Britain's Denial

Collector Malone's Denial

German Foreign Office Note on Neutrals

Dr. Dernburg's Defense

GERMAN PRESS OPINION

Comment in Germany and Austria

German-American Press Comment

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FALABA, CUSHING, GULFLIGHT

Case of the Falaba

Case of the Cushing

Case of the Gulflight

AIM OF GERMAN SUBMARINE Warfare :

By_Professor Flamm of Charlottenburg

THRÉE SPEECHES BY PRESIDENT WILSON

"AMERICĂ FIRST"--Address to the Associated Press

"HUMANITY FIRST"--Address at Philadelphia

"AMERICA FOR HUMANITY" --Address at the Fleet Review in New York

TWO EX-PRESIDENT'S VIEWS

Mr. Roosevelt Speaks

Mr. Taft Speaks

PRESIDENT WILSON'S NOTE

By Ex-President William H. Taft

ANOTHER VIEW (Poem)

By Beatrice Barry

IN THE SUBMARÍNE WAR ZONE

By The Associated Press

AMERICAN SHIPMENTS OF ARMS

By Count von Bernstorff

AMERICAN REPLY TO COUNT VON BERNSTORFF

MUNITIONS FROM NEUTRALS

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Colloquy in the House of Commons

GERMANY AND THE LUSITANIA

By Dr. Charles W. Eliot

APPEALS FOR AMERICAN DEFENSE

THE DROWNED SAILOR (Poem)

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By Maurice Hewlett

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