The New York Times Current History: The European war, Volume 19

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New York Times Company, 1919 - World War, 1914-1918
 

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Contents

MAZURIAN Lake region inhabitants to be NationWide Bomb Conspiracy 418
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STATE Legislatures Indorse League of Na Tisza accused of having plotted the war
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BUDAPEST anarchistic conditions in 466
31
MILITARY terms incorporated in the Peace New Minister to France
32
Revolt in Hungary 36 SEITZ Karl elected President of German
33
criticises Nansen plan UNITED STATES Army demobilization
36
OWEN Sen Robert L discusses draft of 355
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FIRST Reichstag conference after German
40
A American Problems of Reconstruction
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TEACHERS French killed in the war 328 UNITED STATES Employment Service
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ROSENWALD Julius 313 scribed as physical and moral ruin
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BAUMGARTEN Prof 382 Boundary Disputes in Europe
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CZECHOSLOVAK Republic
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BULGARIAN Army trapped by allied forces
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PADEREWSKI Ignace Jan at Peace Con POSNANIA negotiations with delegates
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AERIAL terms of disarmament demanded of gary 283
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PALACKY Bohemian historian 309 sponsibility for the war
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MILLERAND Alexander appointed Gov New Yorks Greeting to the 77th Division
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KENNEDY John B War Work of the League of Nations Controversy
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RUMANIA battle losses 31 attitude toward between Japan and China 441
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RUPPEL Herr 382 3IBERIA Japanese ambitions in before
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DISTRIBUTION of Poles in Poland 299 NEW Central European States carved from
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Russia Under the Bolsheviki 486 SIGNAL services achievements of praised
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KOO Dr Wellington declares that China Government
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ALAND Islands want to be reunited to from under British pressure
162
BEAUNE France American hospital at 327 covenant 205 address to citizens
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