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GERMAN.

GERMANY.
German Methods of Penetration on the western front, 96-98 ;

in Belgium before and during 224, 282; 225, 555–563; 226,
the War, 225, 130–147.

236-239, 243, 565–576; 227, 232,
Methods in Turkey, 228, 296–

246–249, 570_575, 590; 228, 250-
314.

262, 529-535; 229, 269-276, 561-
566;

230, 236-246, 504-519;
Neighbour, South Africa

231, 255–261; 234, 358-cam-
and her, 225, 92-110.

paign against Russia, 223, 101-
Penetration in Rumania, 106, 285-290, 583,594 ; 224, 266–
226, 387-410.

275, 566-581 ; 226, 240–243;
Propagandist Societies, 230, 227, 253, 581; 230, 524-527–
70-88.

use of armoured motor-vans, 223,
Publications on the Political

107-number of ships lost, 114.
Conduct of the War, 234, 338- Germany, Turkey in the Grip
357.

of, 223, 231-251.
Spirit, The, 223, 41-55.

relations with Turkey, 223,
Steel and Iron, 227, 542-557.

233—the mercantile marine, 252

estimate of the cost of the
Trade after the War, 228,

damage by cruisers, 253—shipping
403-424.

returns, 260—result of the paralysis
War Literature on the Near

of shipping, 262—Trade Unions'
and Middle East, 227, 144–159. statistics on unemployment, 267—
War Prisoners in Enemy

after-effects of the war, 280—
Countries,' 234, 311.

plan of campaign, 282–central
German-Americans, number in the

position, 284 withdrawal of
United States, 226, 198.

troops from Belgium, 285—lines

of supply, 288-operations against
German-Irish Society, founded, 320, the Allies, 292—system of trench-
228-meeting at Berlin, 232.

fighting, ib. --situation a blockade,
Germans, belief in the superiority of

296-number of untrained men,
their own race, 224, 84-cha-

297—defeat of Admiral von Spee,
racteristics, 86-methodical dia-

299—raid on the Yorkshire coast,
bolism, 87-number in Hungary,

307–309-aerial raid on Cuxhaven,
477.

309-economic condition, 370

reasons for the avoidance of a
brutal character, 231, 402-407.

financial crisis, 371-employment,
in Belgium, The, 236, 190- 372-food-supply question, 372,
205.

384-386-result of a naval victory,

373—amount of the gold stock, ib.
, attempts to obtain 'The Adora.
tion of the Lamb,' 236, 245–256.

-paper currency, 374-deprecia-

tion in the rate of exchange, 375–
occupy Kiev, 239, 329.

loss of the Colonies, 376—area, 377
Germany, institutions of, 223, 41- -revenue and expenditure, 377-

alliance with Austria, 79-retreat 381—imports and exports, 378,
from the Marne, 87, 283—method 382, 384-collapse of foreign trade,
of fighting, 88-size of a howitzer, 380, 382—agricultural resources,
92-operations on the eastern 381-mercantile shipping, 382—
flank, 96-98—military operations trade with the United Kingdom,

GERMANY.

GERMANY.
383 views of Herr Possehl, ib. commercial policy after the war,
State-supervised company War 324—use of large engines in air-
Cerials’ formed, 385—scarcity of ships, 341—the ‘Fokker,' 342—
copper, 386-388—treatment of Raiffeisen societies, 374number
British productions of music, 396 of Boy Scouts, 402–preparations
-result of militarism on music, for an advance on Salonika, 546%
397-effect of the war, 401– position of the forces, 547.
publication of compositions, 406-
adoption of the method of incon-

Germany, A Voyage of Discovery

in Northern, Part I, 226, 75–98—
vertibility, 409—amount of gold
reserve, 410—note circulation, 410

the Admiralty, 75–77—Coast
note

Defences System, 77-84-Pro-
adoption of

the gold

tection of the Kiel Canal, 88-
standard, 411-propaganda in the
United States, 451-system of

91-From Emden to Wilhelms.

haven, 91-98—Part II, 318—Wil.
'exchange professors,'452-alliance
with Turkey, 595—inactivity

helmshaven, 318-320-Wilhelms-
the fleet, 601, 602—threat on

haven to Cuxhaven, 320-325–
neutral shipping, 609.

Cuxhaven to Kiel, The, Canal, 325–

332–Kiel Harbour, 332.
Germany, relations with Italy, 224,
261, 274; 227, 374 system of en-

proposed division of Europe,
trenchments, 224, 283_use of

226, 94 — achievement of unity
heavy artillery, ib.-strength of

through Power, 189—political creed,
the Fleet, 290—importance of the

190-methodical system of attack,
submarine, 292-policy of piracy,

236-loss of ships in the Battle of
ib.-method of attack at sea, 589

Jutland, 283–291-tactics, 291.
-loss of submarines, 590—treat-

policy in Palestine, 226,414-417
ment of enemy aliens, 424-annual -result of the war on trade, 433
production of cyanide, 524-in-

-organisation of factories, 445–
dustrial scientific research in-

banking system, 537—free lending
stitutes, 531.

methods, 538—growth of foreign
Food Supply, 224, 444–462. trade, 539—system of trade en-
moral isolation, 224, 498-law.

quiry and espionage, 540_result
less violence, 499.

of the war, 541-loan methods,

ib.—unsound basis, 542-military
relations with Canada, 225,

operations in Rumania, 582–589;
3gold reserve, 85—system of

227, 253–261.
military information, 156—designs
in the Near East, 165–168, 179, 229–

views on the effect of war on
231, 235—withdrawal of troops

humanity, 227, 19-rise of the
from Russia, 215-217-operations

navy, 96—inactivity of the fleet,
against Serbia, 218, 221-226—

97-blockade, 99, 105–107– opera-
advantages of unity of control,

tions of cruisers, 103—success of
236.

the submarines, 104-method of

drawing supplies, 107–policy of
The Feeding of, and The

food production, 185—use of self.
Danish Agreement, 225, 267–290.

contained ploughs, 199—military
-, supply of food through neutral operations in Italy, 250; 229,277-
countries, 225, 281, 282~character 285—Macedonia, 227, 250-253-
of philosophic speculation, 294— negotiations for peace, 261,

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GERMANY.

GERMANY.
Germany, The United States and 166—hours of opening, 172-atti-
Peace, 227, 203–296.

tude of the people, 173.
Agricultural Co-operation Germany and Sinn Fein, 229, 239-
in, 227, 424 439.

256.
-, character of the naval policy,227, occupation of the islands of
461-bombardment of Libau, 463 the Gulf of Riga, 229, 288—armis.
-submarine attacks, 466-attacks tice with Russia, ib.-moral of the
on the Gulf of Riga, 467-469—

troops, 291.
the Gulf of Finland, 469—defeated

treats the Native, How, 229,
at Tsing-tao, 475—relations with

372-396.
Pope Pius X, 488—War Library,
499—character of the archives,

administrative collectivism,
503—-retreat from the Ancre valley,

229, 411.
571-573, 575—-air-service, 576– Shall England Finance,
reasons for the retreat, 577-580 After the War, 229, 477-488.
projected operations in Italy, 580

, system of banking, 229, 478–
-result of the submarine war, 583.

480—dependence on British capital,
, origins of the war, 228, 81- 486—support of the Pan Islamic
methods, 82-objects, 83—depend- movement, 493—' Methods of
ence on the metallurgic resources, frightfulness,' 495—result of the
84-control of the French mining situation in Russia, 566-569—the
districts, 86-manifesto of Associa- Quadruple Alliance, 573.
tions, 87-barrier fortresses along

i propaganda in the United
the Rhine, 89-growth of economic

States, 230, 90—ideal 'Germania,'
organisation, 92.

132-134.
and Spain, 228, 169–183.

and Sinn Fein, 230, 214-235.
aerial engagements, 228, 249

tactical methods, 230, 254
various defeats, 251-254-the

inactivity a confession of failure,
battle of Messines, 254-tactics,

255_evacuate Lens, 514-loss of
259-261-Siegfried positions,' 260

men and guns, ib.-rapidity of
-attempts to detach Russia from

retreat, 522.
the Allies, 267-endowment of
foresight, 384-386-railway enter-

Debt to France, 231, 26-48.
prise in Turkey, 488, 491, 498 , 'Statist'index numbers, 231, 105
concessions, 492, 495, 501-the -annexation of Alsace-Lorraine,
Bagdad Railway, 495, 503—in. 178—Treaty of Frankfort, 179%
fluence in Turkey, 497, 512- character of her administration,
Anatolian Railway Co., 498– 180-retreat of the army, 258–261
agreements of 1899 and 1902..

-cause of the failure, 262—armis.
504-negotiations with Great Bri. tice, 272—declared a Republic, ib.
tain, 522–527-system of defence,
535–537—advance on Riga, 544.

system of railway policy, 232,

172.
-, war, a national industry, 229,

The Peace with, 232, 228-264.
41-military despotism, 78, 82—
influence of methods of thought, , negotiations for peace, 232, 228–
85-establishment of public 230, 232, 235_conditions imposed,
kitchens, 162, 169— soup menu,

236–cession of territories, 246-253

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GERMANY

GIBBOX.
-restoration of Alsace-Lorraine to Germany, potato crop, 238, 81-ad-
France, 246–249—loss of colonies, ministration of Kiaochow, 111-
254 shipping losses, 475—note lations with France, 165, 173-ex-
circulation, 497-Public Debt, 499. clusion from the League of Nations,
Germany, neglect of the claims in 175.

China, 233, 11, 17-occupies part of number of newspapers, 239,
Kiaochou, 18-scheme of a capital

84.
levy, 61-attack of Neuve Chapelle,
110_use of gas, ib.-failure of the

superiority in mechanical out.
* Kaiser battle,' 113—result of

fit, 240, 75-airships, 79.
Russia's withdrawal, 114 blun- Capacity to Pay, 240, 107–
ders, 119–Battle Fleet, 1964 122.
naval construction, 201.

number of motor-cars, 240, 323
Notes of a Recent Visit to, -agricultural policy, 348.
233, 245–252.

rural industries, 241, 42-sur-
Turkey, and the Armenian render of the Navy, 119—foreign
Massacres, 233, 385–400.

policy, 168, 171-disarmament,
General Staff, 233, 412–inva- 387, 396—guarantee to, 396–
sion of France, 417–plan of war, relations with France, 449.
419_clauses of the Peace Treaty,
436 — indemnity, 438-442 — cost

The Disarmament of, and
of the war, 439—propaganda in

After, 242, 415-457.
Vorarlberg, 446.

Crown Prince of, ‘My War
, naval position, 234, 122-alli. Experiences, 239, 244 note.
ance with Austria-Hungary, 205

Gersdorff, Hans von, 'Feldtbuch der
system of rationing, 299.

Wundt-Artzney,' 226, 456—treat-
The Present State of Feel.

ment of gunshot wounds, ib.
ing in, 234, 301-316.
- Conduct of the War and Gesner, Conrad, ' De Chirurgia Scrip-
International Law,'234, 309, 310_

tores Optimi,' 226, 452.
'war-zone' campaign, 366-pro- Gheerardts, Marous, portraits, 235,
determined line of policy, 373. 214.

ratification of treaty, 235, 1-
counter-proposals, e provisions, Ghent, Peaoe of, 223, 160.
13—revolutions, 142-surrender of

Treaty of, 241, 173.
the Fleet, 221--construction of the
Bagdad Railway, 310-history of Gheyn, M. van der, Canon of Ghent
the negtiations, 316-agreement Cathedral, saves "The Adoration
with Turkey, ib.

of the Lamb,' 236, 246.
air raids on London, 236, 270- Ghezireh irrigation scheme, 223, 23,
289_result, 290_number of tele.

25.
phones, 308.
, restoration of the Monarchy,

Giaconio, Salvatore di, ‘La Rivolu.
237, 117-responsibility for the

zione Napoletana,' 235, 353.
war, 156—fleet, 161, 174, 178— Gibbon, Edward, extract from, 238,
history of the naval war, 357 et seq. 245,

GLAZEBROOK.

GIBBS.
Gibbs, Herbert, advocates a commis- war, 258—Alight, 227, 385—Prime
sion on taxation, 239, 139.

Minister, 371; 237, 137—resigna-
Gibraltar and Spain, 230, 182–189.

tion, 237, 151-negotiations with

Yugoslavia, 241, 303.
Gibson, M. D., 'The Commentaries Gisborne, F. A. W., 'Australia In-
of Isho'dad of Merv,' translated

felix,' 238, 180—State Paternal.
by, 231, 389.

ism in the Antipodes,' 240, 136.
W. W., character of his blank
verse, 226, 370—The Hare,' 380— Gladstone, Rt Hon. W. E., on foreign
The Battle, 224, 401-403; 230,

policy, 226, 471-verbosity of
396.

speech, 228, 428-political views,

433; 240, 426_Home Rule Bill
Giese, Dr F., ‘Die Verfassung des of 1886, 229, 241-friendship with

Deutschen Reiches,' 235, 137. J. Murray III, 231, 11, 20_on
Giffard, Stanley Lees, editor of 'St. reduction of the Navy, 233, 193–
James' Chronicle, 227, 355. appearance, 234, 4-policy, 6,

13_review of 'Robert Elsmere,'
Giffen, Sir Robert, 'Growth of

153—retirement, 237, 226, 227–
Capital,' extract from, 230, 196.

impressions of, 239, 226-speaks
Gifford Lectures, diverse themes,

into the phonograph, 227-policy
225, 296.

in Ireland, 240, 429—dual cha-

racter, 241, 177story of, 182–
Giglioli, Constance H. D., Naples criticism on, 357–Irish Land
in 1799 '..235, 353.

Policy, 435.
Gilbert, W. S., ‘Iolanthe,' 241, 50.

Gladstonians, Two Distin.
Gilbrette, Frank B., experimente on guished, 229, 205–221. See Acton
bricklaying, 229, 116.

and Morley.
Gilchrist, R. N., ' Indian Nationality,' Glands, the ductless or endocrine,
234, 64 note ; 236, 42.

240, 227.
Gillen, F. J., ' Across Australia, 234, Glanvill, Joseph, ‘Plus Ultra,' 234,
161.

112.
Gillette, William, plays, 240, 68. Glanville, H. J., protest against naval
Gilruth, Dr, Administrator of the

expenditure, 223, 121.
Northern Territory, reports, 238, Glasgow,' British Cruiser, sunk, 223,
189, 195.

113, 118, 119.
Gimazane, Jean, “ Ammien Marcellin,

Trade Union Congress, 233, 454.
sa vie et son oeuvre,' 230, 38.

strike of cotton-spinners, 236,
Ginestra, The; or, The Desert

66.
Flower, 235, 51-59.

Glass beads, coloured, 228, 102.
Giolitti, Signor, character of his

policy, 224,250-252, 259 ; 227, 373, Glazebrook, Canon M. G., 'Church
383; 237, 138--charges against, Reform,' 229, 439—'The “Life
224, 253—negotiations with Prince and Liberty Movement,' 231,
von Bülow, 256-258-views against 333,

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