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Current History

THE
EUROPEAN

WAR

VOLUME XIX.
APRIL-MAY-JUNE, 1919

With Alphabetical and Analytical Index

Illustrations, Maps and Diagrams

THE NEW YORK TIMES COMPANY

NEW YORK

Copyright 1919
By The New York Times Company

Times Square, New York City

Volume XIX.

[Titles of articles appear in italics]

ABDICATION, Kalser's, events leading up

to, 463.
Activities of the Lesser Belligerents, 36.
ADMINISTRATIVE services and depart-

ments praised by Marshal Haig, 172.
AERIAL terms of disarmament demanded of

Germany, 8.
AEROBOE (Prof.), 382.
Affair of the Grand Dukes,497.
AGRARIAN problem in the Caucasus, 124.
AIR mall service between New York and

Washington, 417.
AIRMEN, work of British lauded by Marshal

Halg, 169.
AIRPLANE raids on British territory, repa-

ration for, 2.
ALAND Islands want to be reunited to

Sweden, 63.
Albania at the Peace Conference, 69.
ALBANIA, reconstruction with reference to

other Balkan States, 40; claims set forth

at the Peace Conference, 60.
ALIEN Property Custodian, amount collected

by sufficient to cover American claims for

reparation, 7.
ALLENBY, (Gen. Sir) Edmund, at inau.

guration of new Turkish Government, 38;
firm handling of Egyptian insurrection,

259.
ALLIED nations, debts of to U. S., 47.
Allied Policy in Russia, 280.
ALLIED relief expeditions to Archangel, 263.
ALLIES, appreciation of co-operation of ex-

pressed by Marshal Haig, 172.
ALLIES in Siberia co-operating with Japan,

109.
ALSACE, celebration of its return to France,

American Problems of Reconstruction, 43.
AMERICAN theory of reparation that

should be demanded from Germany, 1.
AMERICAN troops, total transported, 32.
AMNESTY decree of Berlin Government, 455.
Among the Nations, 217.
ANARCHY, conditions of existing in Hun.

gary, 283.
ARABIAN claims as regards Syria, 72.
ARCO VALLEY (Count) assassinates Kurt

Elsner in Munich, 76.
ARGONNE-MEUSE battle described in de-

tall, 526.
ARMENIA considered with view to America

as mandatary, 71.
ARMENIA'S claims in the Peace Conference,

3.
ARMENTIERES, withdrawal of Germans

from under British pressure, 162.
ARMISTICE, Austrian, protest against in

Hungary, 285.
ARMISTICE, military position of British

at time of signing, 167.
ARMSTRONG, John S., Jr., American Con-

sul at Venice, 431.
ARMY courts-martial, 438.
ARMY deaths in American Expeditionary

Forces, 44.
ARMY of Occupation inspected by Gen.

Pershing, 48.
ARNHOLD, E., 382.
ARTILLERY arm of the service, value of,

169.

465.

ALSACE-LORRAINE, occupation of by the

French, 145.
AMERICA as mandatary for Armenia, 71.
AMERICA, declared to have incurred the

hatred of Bolshevist leaders, 144.
AMERICAN achievements in two years of

war, 246.
AMERICAN Army, length of front held in

France, 416.
AMERICAN Army of Occupation at Coblenz,

48.
American Army Strength, 34.
AMERICAN casualties, 436.
AMERICAN Generals demoted at end of war,

45.
American Hospital at Beaune, 327

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ASIA, territorial problems following the war,

71.
ASIA MINOR, Greek populations in, 503.
ATLANTIC fleet returns to New York, 249.
Attempt on Clemenceau's Life, 27.
AUER, Herr, Bavarian Minister of the In-

terior, shot in Munich, 76.
AUSTRALIA, vocational training for her sol-

diers, 35.
AUSTRIA, battle losses, 31.
AUSTRIAN fleet handed over to Italy, 209.
Austrian Peace Delegation, 415.
Austro-German Atrocities in Venetia, 210.

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BAKER, (Secretary) Newton D., address to

troops of Third Army, 440.
BAKU, reoccupied by the British, 551.
BALDWIN, (Major) B. T., chief of the edu-

cational service, 326.
BALFOUR, Arthur James, career of, 13.
BALKAN Campaign, final, description of,

338.

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BALKAN Commission, relief work carried on

by, 53.
BALTIC provinces scene of heavy fighting

with Bolshevist forces, 114.

BAMMATE, Haidar, “ The Caucasus During

the War," 122.

BANAT of Temesvar, claimed by the Ser-

blans, 61.

BARRETT, (Gen.) A. A., commanding Brit-

ish forces in Northwest India, 424.
BARTENBACH (Capt.), commander of the

German submarine bases in Flanders, 211.
BARUCH, Bernard M., 313.
BATTLE losses of all belligerents, 31.
Battle of Macedonia, 338.
BAUER, (Dr.) Otto, begins negotiations look-

Ing toward union of German Austria with

Germany, 35.

BAUMGARTEN (Prof.), 382.

BAVARIA, establishment of Soviet republic,

227.

BEATTY, (Miss) Bessie, testilles on Bolshe-

vism before Senate committee, 133.
BEAUNE, France, American hospital at, 327.
BEAUREVOIR, France, description of cap-

ture of, 159.

BEDOUIN element in the Egyptian insur-

rection, 259.

Belgian Indemnity, 423.

Belgian Treasures Restored, 210.

BELGIUM, differences with Holland submit.

ted to Supreme Council, 6; battle losses,

31; post-war conditions in, 36; supplies re.
celved from United States, 51; boundary
disputes with Holland, 55; unemployment

in, 217.
Belgium Grants Partial Suffrage for Women,

211.

Belgium Refuses to Prosecute the ex-Kaiser,

419.

BELGRADE, sacked and ruined by the Aus-

trians, 305.
BENES, Edward, Foreign Minister of

Czechoslovak Republic, 20.
BENKENBERG, Herr, 382.
BENSON (Admiral) on dismantling of Helle

goland and the Kiel Canal, 4.

BERLIN, number of unemployed in, 229;

refuses to recognize Soviet Government of

Bavaria, 232; impression produced by

publication of peace terms, 394.

BERNSTEIN, Eduard, 382.

BERNSTORFF, (Count) Johann von, ex-

presses views on Peace Treaty, 200.

BESSARABIA, evacuation of by Rumanians

demanded, 482.

VERIDGE, (Sir) William, reports on food

conditions in German Austria, 35.

BISMARCK, Kaiser's dismissal of. 329 : proj-

ected trip to Vienna, 333.
Bismarck's Side of the Story, 334.
BISSOLATI, Signor, warns Italy against ex-

cessive claims, 57; withdraws from the

Italian Cabinet, 430.
BLISS, (Gen.) Tasker H., American dele-

gate at Peace Conference, 18.
BLOCKADE in the Mediterranean lifted by

Allies, 203.

BOHEMIA, scene of sanguinary engagc-

ments between Czechs and Germans, 61;
famine conditions, 307; relief afforded,

308.
Bolshevism Expounded by Bolsheviki, 277.

BOLSHEVIST military activitles against

allied forces in Russia, 113.

BOMB conspiracy, 418.

Bombing Germany, 151.
BONN (Prof.), 382.
BORAH, (Sen.) William E., attacks draft of

League of Nations in U. S. Senate, 91.
BORDEN, (Sir) Robert Laird, Prime Minis-

ter of Canada, 15.
BOSCH, Herr, 382.
BOSNIA, situation when Austrian power dis-

appeared, 305.
BOTHA, (Gen.) Louis, career in South

Africa, 14.

Boundary Disputes in Europe, 55.

BOUNDARY disputes between Holland and

Belgium, 55.

BOURGEOIS. Leon, opposes inclusion of

Monroe Doctrine in League of Nations
covenant, 205; address to citizens of

Strasbourg, 465.
BOURGEOISIE in Russla terrorized by the

Bolsheviki, 279.

BOURGES, France, factories destroyed by

Germans, 253.

BOURLON Wood, machine gun engage-

ments, 320.

Boy Scouts of America, 418.

BRATIANO, Jean, Rumanian Prime Minis-

ter, 21.
BRESHKOVSKY, (Mme.) Catherine, contro-

verts Col. Robin's testimony on Bolshe-

vism, 139,
BREST, controversy regarding conditions in

Embarkation camp. 44.

BREST-LITOVSK Treaty, conditions under

which it was signed, 141; not accepted by

part of Russian people, 194.
BRIEY BASIN, German exploitation, 255.
BRITISH advance into Germany described

by Marshal Halg, 540.
BRITISH Army, program for demobiliza-

tion, 49; achievements described in detail

by Marshal Haig, 540.

British Budget, 421.

BRITISH Infantry regarded by Marshal Haig

as backbone of army, 169.

British Navy Records, 215.

British Pensioners Exceed 600,000, 421.

British Share in the Macedonian Fighting,

342.

BRITISH view on reparation to be demanded

from Germany, 1.

BROCKDORFF-RANTZAU, “ Germany's at-

titude on Peace Terms," 83.
BROCKDORFF-RANTZAU, (Count) von,

leader of German delegation at Peace Con-
ference, 8; reply to Clemenceau on re-

ceipt of Peace Treaty, 386.
BROWN, (Dr.) Constantine, report on condi-

tions in Hungary, 288.
BRUCE-LOCKHART, R. H., sent by Lloyd
George to Russia, 136.

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CABLES, German, disposition to be made

of, 2; decided not to be prizes of war, 203.

CAINE, Hall, “ Bismarck's Side of the

Story." 334.

CALCUTTA, disturbances in, 214.

CAMBON, Jules, President of Commission

on Czechoslovakia, 3 ; sketch of diplomatic

career, 11.

CAMBRAI, France, description of the battle

of. 157.

Canada's Share in the War, 319.

CANADIAN Fiscal Problem, 323.

CANADIAN Imperial Munitions Board, 322.

Canadian Losses at Ypres, 29.

CANADIAN records made on the battlefield,

515.

CANADIAN Red Cross Society, 325.
CANADIAN troops, charge that they were

ere
uselessly sacrificed, 29.
CANEPA, Giuseppe, sets forth his country's

claims in Italian Parliament, 57.

CARL (ex-Emperor), flight to Switzerland,

471.

CAROLINE Islands taken from Germany by

Japan.

Case of Northern Epirus, 68.

CASUALTIES of Japanese forces in Siberia,

121.

Caucasus During the War, 122.
CAVALRY, still regarded by Marshal Haig

as a necessary arm in modern war-

fare, 169, 546.

CAVELL, Edith, burial of, in England, 420.

CHAMBERLAIN, Austen, statement in

House of Commons regarding Emir of

Afghanistan, 33.

CHAPLAINS' department, work of in Brit-

ish ranks described, 172.

CHEKREZI, Constantine A., “ Albania at

the Peace Conference," 69.

CHINA, controversy with Japan over Shan-

tung Province, 349; soldiers in province,

447.

CHINA Society of America urges China's

claims on American peace delegates, 73.

CHINA'S formal protest regarding Shantung,

441.

China's Part in the European War, 357.
CHINDA (Viscount), Japanese Ambassador

to London, 18.
CHINESE Cabinet resigns, 427.
CHINESE sovereignty, restoration of over

Shantung promised by Japan, 444.

CHURCHILL, Winston Spencer, British Sec-

retary of War, on demobilization, 49.

Civil Warfare in Germany, 75.

CLARKSON, Grosvenor B., 314.

CLEMENCEAU, (Premier) Georges, return

to Peace Conference after illness, 3; bio-

graphical sketch, 10; attempt upon his

life, 27; reception at Strasbourg, 149; de-

livers Peace Treaty to German delegates,

385.

Clemenceau's Would-be Assassin Reprieved,

215.
COBLENZ, Germany, conditions under rule

of American Army of Occupation, 48.

COFFIN, Howard E., 313.

COHN, (Dr.) Oskar, admits receiving Bol-

shevist money, 227.

Cellege Men on Honor Roll, 418.

COMMUNISM In Bavaria, 232.
COMMUNIST Government in Munich, ex-

cesses of, 453.

COMMUNIST revolt in Budapest, Hungary.

36.

COMPULSORY service proposed for the

British Army of Occupation, 50.

Conditions in Greater Serbia, 498.

CONGRESS of Vienna in session for eleven

months, 191.

CONSTANTINOPLE, views expressed by

Greece as to its disposition, 62; projected

movement against in last stage of the

war, 345.

COOK, (Sir) Joseph, biographical sketch of,

14.
COSSACK troubles with people of the Cau.

casus, 125.
COTTIN, Emil, sentenced to death for at-

tempted assassination of Premier Clem-

enceau, 27; sentence commuted, 215.
Council of National Defense, 313.
CRANE, Richard, appointed Minister to

Czechoslovakia, 473.

CREDITS to Allies of the United States, 47.

Crimes of the Bolsheviki in Esthonia, 495.

CRIPPLED and blinded soldiers, 242.
CROATIA, policy of repression adopted by

Serbs, 59.
CUMMINS, (Sen.) Albert B., discusses draft

of League of Nations, 94.

CUNO (Dr.), 382.

CYPRUS, claimed by Greece In Peace Con-

ference, 61.

CZECHOSLOVAKIA, supplied with food by

allied nations, 52; proposed boundaries of,

60; ruilitary activity in Siberia, 119; de-

fended against charge of atrocities, 139.

DAGHESTAN, reorganization of military

forces, 127.

DALMATIA claimed by Serbs on racial

grounds, 58.

DALMATIAN coast, Italian claims to, 404.
DANES, electoral gains over Germans in re-

cent elections, 401.
DANIELS, (Secretary) Josephus, reviews

troops in army of occupation, 440.
DANKER, Herr, 382.

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