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А ABDUL Hak Hussein Bey, 437. Aerial Fighting on the French Front, 287. AERONAUTICS, Zeppelin attacks, 42; Brit
ish airplanes at Arras, 267; Lord Northcliffe on fighting on French front, 287; exploits of French aviators narrated by V. Forbin, 328; Zeppelin raids on England first iwo years of war, by C. Stienon, 333; list of Zeppelin raids on England, 337; British airmen at Arras, 407; attack on Freiburg in reprisal by British and French,
4:2; men in American Escadrille, 471. AFRICA, Germany's treatment of colonies,
See also CAMPAIGN in Africa, ALASKA, price paid and gold produced, 257. AISNE, Battle of, see CAMPAIGN in Europe,
Western. ALBERT, (Dr.) Heinrich F., 219. ALEXANDER (Crown Prince of Serbia), 141,
314. ALEXIEFF, (Gen.) Michael V., 291. ALGONQUIN (S. S.), account of sinking, 54. ALICE (Princess of Battenberg), 153. ALIEN Enemies, see ENEMY Aliens. Alliance with Jexico and Japan Proposed
by Germany, 05. Allied Successes in France, 246. ALLIES' Commission, comment on members,
256; list of members; account of visit to United States; important speeches of Bal.
four, Viviani, and Joffre, 389-405. Amazing Effects of Shell Shock on Soldiers'
Nerves, 340. America and the League of Honor, 464. America Through English Eyes, 78. “AMERICAN Day,” in England and France,
194. AMERICAN Escadrille 471. AMERICAN Vission to Russia, personnel and
purpose, 467. Americans Who Have Fought for France,
470. ANCONA (S. S.), mentioned in exchange of
notes between U. S. and Austria-Hungary,
104. ANDREWS (Secretary at Bucharest), 72. ANXIE Larsen (schooner), 220.
ANZACS," 503. APPAM (S. S.), decision of Supreme Court,
33. ARABIA, progress of new kingdom; com
munication to U. S., 306; protest of Ulema of Mecca, 307.
See also CAMPAIGN in Asia Minor. ARBITRATION, Industrial, in Russia, 295. ARCHER, William, “ America Through Eng
lish Eyes," 78. ARCHIBALD, James J. F., 218. ARGENTINA, supports U. S. against Ger
many, 229; war attitude, 434, ARLOTTA, Enrico, 405.
ARMED Merchant Ships, discussed in Aus
trian reply to Amer. note on submarine
trality. ASQUITH, Herbert Henry, discredited in re
port on Dardanelles, 167; address on Pres. Wilson's war message. 224; address in Parliament on U. S. war action. 226; reply to Dardanelles report, 303; on Home Rule, 451 ; speech in Commons on entry of U. S.
into war, 463. ASTURIAS (hospital ship), 442. At the Western Fighting Front3, 119. ATHOS (S. S.), 53. ATROCITIES, plot to infect Rumanian
horses and cattle, 72; Teutonic outrages in Poland, 127; Austrian troops in Serbia, 143 ; protest of new kingdom of Arabia to U. S., 306; by Germans in Somme retreat, 538.
See also VANDALISM. AUSTRALIA, troops in battle of Arras, 412;
at Gallipoli, 504. AUSTRIA-Hungary, strength of navy, 103;
ultimatum to Serbia and outbreak of war,
Hungary, Relations with.
B BABES (Dr.), 75. BABINSKI sign, 311. BACON, George Voux, 218. Background of Home Rule, 447. BADEWITZ (Lieut.), account of bringing in
of Yarrowdale, 299. BAGDAD, proclamation on relations with
England, by Gen. Maude, 308.
See also CAMPAIGN in Asia Minor. BAKER, (Sec.) Newton Diehl, statement on
alien enemies, 205. BALFOUR, Arthur James, letter of thanks
for services of Amb. Gerard, 64; career, 256; visit to U. S., speeches, statements,
&c., 389-405; as Secretary for Ireland, 451. BALKAN Wars 1912-1913, Greece in, 155. BANG, (Dr.) J. P., excerpts from book
“Hurrah and Hallelujah,' 522. BARUCH, Bernard M., saving for Govt. on
prices of metals, 234, 357. Battle of Arras, 264, 405. BATTLES, see
CAMPAIGNS; NAVAL Operations.