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Antwerp, result of the fall, 223, 91, Archer, William, 'India and the

94; 225, 193.

method of German penetration,
225, 131-134-geographical posi-
tion,

131-characteristic, 132—

German banks, 137.

relief of, 232, 358.

Future,' 230, 418, 422- The
Germans in Belgium,' 236, 190—
'Elizabethan Stage and Restora-
tion Drama,' 241, 399.

Architecture, French, A History
of, 236, 366-380.

Anzac, or the 'Digger' qualities, Archives of the War, The, 227,

236, 18.

494-510.

248-geo-Arden of Faversham,' apocryphal
play, 237, 12.

Apia, Hospital at, 238,
physical observatory, 250.
Apocalypse, the, date, 235, 376 note.

Appleton, Dr Charles, Editor of the
Academy,' 231, 22-character,

ib.

Apponyi, Antoine Rodolphe, Count
d', Austrian Ambassador in Paris,
233, 256-dispatch from Metter-
nich, 258-264.

Apuleius, The Golden Ass' of,
234, 41-55.

Aquinas, Thomas, scientific work,
240, 306.

Arabia, military operations in, 234,

412.

Ardenne, General Baron von, scheme
for attacking England, 223, 94.
'Ardent,' the destroyer, sunk, 241,
123.

Argentina, Recent Political Evo-
lution in, 225, 38–52.

number of telephones, 236, 308.
Aristophanes, reference to bees, 241,
274.

Aristotle, definition of the State,
226, 182-view on
war, 191-
character of his logic, 193-
morality, 194-translations of his
works, 240, 305.

Arable farming, grant of a bonus, Armada, the, defeat of, 224, 25.

241, 446.
Arabs, the, war with the Italians,
223, 69-temperament, 73.

relations with Abdul

Hamid, 229, 497.

Armageddon, the Real, and
World Congestion, 228, 371-387.
Armagh, Archbishop of, extract
from his Message to the Church of
Ireland, 242, 242.

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desire for self-govern- Armas, José de, Spain and Ger-
ment, 234, 413.
many,' 228, 169-Spain and
Gibraltar,' 230, 182-' Home Rule
and Labour in Catalonia,' 232, 122.
Armenia, military operations in, 225,
551-553; 226, 229.

-, study of the science of medi-
cine, 240, 301-astronomy, ib.-
alchemy, 302-translations, 303.
Aragon, history of, 231, 348-350.
Arber, Edward, 'Story of the Pil-
grim Fathers,' 234, 260.
Archangel, Allied troops at, 230, 525.

independence, 235, 16.

Republic of, 238, 48-legend,
58-capital, 64.

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Armenian massacres, 223, 240; 225, Army, British, defeat of the Turks
in Palestine, 230, 523-at Arch-
angel, 525.

167.

Germany, Turkey, and

the, 233, 385-400.

Armenians, The, Their Past and
Future, 233, 237-244.

under Russian rule, 234,
426-the Dashnaksution Club, 427.

238, 57.

Armentières, evacuated, 230, 238.

Armoured cars, value in war, 224,
187.

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Education, 233, 26-41.

Officers, Report on the Educa-
tion and Training of,' 242, 71.

Armstrong, Edward, The Empire of and Religion, The,' 242, 241.
Spain,' 231, 345.

Warwick, Captain of the
Australian cricket team, 238, 308.
Army, British, numbers required to
replace wastage, 224, 560-563.

the new, 225, 568; 227,

26; 234, 247.

cost, 224, 212; 232,
198; 509-in India, 238, 139.

casualties, 224, 151, 560;
227, 26; 239, 242, 243, 245.

"" military operations on
the Western Front, 226, 236-243,
565-576; 227, 246, 570-575, 590;
228, 249-262, 529-535; 229, 269-
276, 561-566; 230, 236-246, 504-
519; 231, 257-261; 234, 369-372.

number of prisoners cap-
tured, 228, 253 note; 230, 514-
military operations in Macedonia,
228, 268-in Mesopotamia, 539;
229, 287; 230, 249.

-, military operations in
Italy, 229, 281, 283; 230, 246–248.

military operations in
Palestine, 229, 285-287; 230, 248.

Service Corps, result of the use
of mechanical transport, 224, 182.
Arndt, Ernst Moriz, letter to Mrs
Austin, 239, 47.

Arnold, Sir Edwin, translation of
Bhagavad-Gita, 241, 271- Light
of Asia,' 287.

-, Mary, parents, 234, 148-
appearance, 149—marriage, 150.
See Ward.

Matthew, interest in wild-
flowers, 227, 446-opinion of
Goethe, 235, 352.
Arnold, Matthew, 241, 142-155-
opinion of Byron's poems, 230—
reference to the bee, 287-lines
from, 242, 354.

Dr Samuel, love of wild-
flowers, 227, 440- The Maid of
the Mill,' 242, 290.

Dr Thomas, Headmaster of
Rugby, 241, 143-characteristics
144-pioneer of free theology,

149.

W. T., German Ambitions,
224, 490.

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Arten, Yacoub Pasha, England and the Sudan,' 223, 1.

Arthur, Sir George, Lord Kitchener,'

234, 243-criticisms on, 244.

Arts, The, in Early England, 228, 96-118.

Asama-yama volcano, observations

on the detonation, 226, 219, 225. Ashby, A. W., on the result of inquiries on the rate of wages, 235, 179- Insolvencies among Farmers,' 242, 301.

Ashe, Thomas, 'Travels in America,' 229, 360.

Ashley, Percy, 'Local and Central Government,' 235, 413.

Prof. Sir William, 'The Pilgrim Fathers and their Place in History,' 234, 259-279-' Bolshevism and Democracy,' 235, 157.

W. J., 'Germany's Food Supply,' 224, 444- German Steel and Iron,' 227, 542.

Ashmore, Major-General E. B., commanding the London air-defences, 236, 280.

Ashton, Robert, 'The Works of John Robinson,' with a Memoir by, 234, 259.

Asia Minor, railways in, 228, 489, 498.

Society, 230, 78.

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Asiaticus,' extract from, 228, 526 note.

Aspinall, A. E., 'The British West Indies,' 237, 188.

Asquith, Rt Hon. H. H., on patriotism, 224, 73-on the words blockade' and 'contraband, 229 -on the Balkan question, 225, 171, 174—tribute to Belgium, 189 on the policy of the Government, 232-characteristics, 260logical dilemmas on International Law, 269-on recruiting, 572-Military Service Bill, 578on the surrender of Kut, 226, 232 -views against the coercion of Ulster, 246-result of his hasty change in the system of government in Ireland, 263-265-proposes to summon a Constituent Convention, 281-character of his administration, 227, 232-resignation, 239-member of the War Council, 513-on the investigations of the War Council, 518defence of his policy, 525-527-on the rise in food prices, 230, 149— resignation, 165; 238, 290-Prime Minister, 237, 229; 238, 288plot against, 238, 288-on the burden of taxation, 239, 132Home Rule Bill, 240, 429surrender to Trades Unionism, 430 -prophecy on, 241, 185-result of the General Election, 220, 224.

Margot, The Autobiography of, 239, 216. Assets and liabilities, external, 232,

506.

Associated Chambers of Commerce, meeting, 226, 532, 536.

Aston, Dr F. W., Isotopes,' 241, 323.

Major-General Sir George,' Haig and Foch,' 239, 233- The Study of War,' 242, 55.

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Astor, Waldorf, 'The Health of the Austen-Leigh, W. and R. A., 'Life
People,' 228, 486.
and Letters of Jane Austen,' 232,
302 note.

Astrology, the science, 240, 295, 304.
Athanasian Creed, character, 242,

235.

Athene, site of the temple, 226, 8.
Athens, system of equalitarianism,
236, 140.

Atkins, J. B., Life of W. H.
Russell,' extract from, 239, 86.

Atkinson, Meredith, Australia:
Economic and Political Studies,'
edited by, 236, 1.

Atlay, J. B., views on International
Law, 224, 422.

Atom, The, 241, 311-328.

Atteridge, Mr,' Napoleon's Brothers,'
224, 468.

Aubert, George, La Folie Franco-
Allemande,' 234, 304.

Audacious,' H.M.S., loss of, 223,
154, 157; 234, 128.

Audoux, Mme, 'Marie-Claire,' 225,
68.

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Austin, Alfred, on the staff of the
'Standard,' 227, 357.

Mrs Sarah, portrait, 239, 41-
literary works, 43, 44-corre-
spondence, 43-49.

Australia, navy, 223, 122 note.

-, transport of the wheat crop,
225, 474.

Australia, 227, 113-economic de-
velopment, 114-establishment of
federation, 115-foundation of a
system of defence, ib.-advantages
and disadvantages of self-govern-
ment, 116-118-liability involved
by membership of the Empire, 118
-result of the Imperial Confer-
ence, 119-the Committee of
Imperial Defence, 120-proposed
scheme of union, 121-125-dis-
advantages of the confederate
system, 122.

fleet of steamers, 232, 484-
contracts for shipbuilding, 485.

result of admitting Asiatics,
233, 369-373-three futures, 372.

exclusion of Asiatics, 235, 247,
250-isolated position, 292.

: Economic and Political
Studies,' extract from, 236, 21-
democratic republic, 132, 136—
number of telephones, 308.

Infelix; The Problem of the
Northern Territory, 238, 180-
197.

State Paternalism in, 240,
137-151.

-, family allowance scheme, 242,
79.

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Labour and Australian
Ideals, 236, 1–23.
Austria, Modern, 224, 463–482.

revolution in Vienna, 231,
263-272-terms of peace, 268—a
federal state, 268; 237, 121–
constitution, 231, 270-conditions
of the armistice, 271; 232, 236—
abdication of the Emperor Carl,
231, 272-proclaimed a republic,
ib.

Treaty of Peace signed, 235,
11-provisions, 13.

restoration of the Monarchy,
237, 118-123-attitude of the
working class, 122.

the new, 238, 26.

to

reconstitution, 241, 4.
Austria-Hungary, opposition
Nationalism, 223, 78-alliance with
Germany, 79; 234, 205—strength
of the army, 223, 103-retire from
the San, ib.-number of ships
lost, 115-punitive expedition
against Serbia, 124, 290-292—
result of the campaign, 126-129—
defeat at the battle of the Drina,
128-casualties, 129-annexation
of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 247,
424, 445-economic condition, 388
-agricultural industry, ib.-
amount of trade, 389-policy to
promote discord between the Bal-
kan States, 431, 433-ultimatum
to Serbia, 439-military conven-
tion with Roumania, 447-military
operations against Russia, 583-
594; 224, 266-275, 566-581; 228,
540-inactivity of the fleet, 223,

601.

- military operations against
Italy, 224, 275-279, 585; 226,

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.

239, 580; 227, 232, 250; 228, 262-
266, 537-539; 229, 276-285; 230,
246-248; 231, 253-255, 266—
possessions on the Adriatic coast,
224, 332-Treaty of Vienna, 334-
Italian character of the maritime
provinces, 335-policy, 338-
various nationalities, 339, 466-
treatment of enemy aliens, 424-
yield of crops, 453, 458-number
of casualties, 561.
Austria-Hungary, policy in Serbia,
225, 168-military operations on
the Bessarabian frontier, 548.

military operations in Volhynia,
226, 240-value of exports to
Roumania, 399-tariff war with,
400-trade with Palestine, 420.

military operations in Rou-
mania, 227, 254-261-relations
with Italy, 372, 376; 235, 74—
strength of the navy, 227, 471-
bombardment of Cattaro, 473-
attacks on the shores of the
Adriatic, 474.

-, military operations in Mol-
davia, 228, 542.

-, military despotism, 229, 78-
municipal kitchens, 172-the
Southern Slavs, 176-204-military
decadence, 573.

policy in the Balkans, 230, 168,
175-Treaty with Serbia, 168.

defeat of the army, 231, 255—
surrender, 262.

negotiations for peace, 232,
231-233-note circulation, 497-
Public Debt, 499.

on the question of Vorarlberg,
233, 447-449.

result of the system of 'scien-
tific economy,' 234, 209-political
structure of the new Republic,

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