AFRICA, Italian interests recognized
treaty between Italy and the Allies, 496.
See also CAMPAIGN in Africa; GER-
AIMS of the War, declarations by Lord Lans-
downe asking for restatement; editorial
comment on restatement by Pres. Wilson,
H. H. Asquith, W. S. Churchill, and
other leaders, 2; as disclosed in secret
treaties of Russia with other powers in
earlier years of war, 12; stated by Premier
Clemenceau, 51; views of Lloyd George as
stated before Grey's Inn Benchers, 52;
Sec. Baker on "America's Purpose in the
War," 54; stated by Pres. Wilson in
speech in Congress calling for war with
Austria-Hungary, 63; comment by Count
von Hertling on Lloyd George's statement
that destruction of German trade is
object, 110; T. G. Frothingham on aims
of Italian (irredentists, 123; "utterances
of German militarist leaders,' compiled
by W. Notesein and E. Stoll, 146; "War
Aims of Labor Parties," 200; passages
from speech of M. Pichon in French Cham-
ber, 210; comparative synopsis of Amer-
ican, British, and Russian aims, 257;
"Count Czernin on Austria's War Aims,"
260; text of address by Lloyd George
before Trade Union Conference, London,
on British aims, 266; "Ex-Premier As-
quith's Restatement of Britain's Aims,"
271; statement by Italian Premier Or-
lando, 272; text of address to Con-
gress by Pres. Wilson, Jan. 8, 1918.
273; comment on address in allied and
enemy countries, 276; Falling Market in
War Aims, "by G. B. Shaw, 451; text of
resolution introduced in Senate by Sen.
Owen supporting nation's aims as stated
by Pres. Wilson, 477.
See also CAUSES of the War; PEACE.
ALBANIA, plans of Allies to partition, 496.
Alcohol and the War, 88.
ALFONSO XIII., King of Spain, arrange-
ments for passage of hospital ships, 421.
ALIEN Enemies, see ENEMY Aliens.
ALLENBY, (Gen. Sir) Edmund, official re-
port and proclamation on taking of Jeru-
salem, 92; story of campaign in Palestine
and Egypt, 94; text of official report on
Palestine operations, 99; awarded Grand
Cross of St. Michael and St. George; con-
gratulations on capture of Jerusalem,
from King, British Academy, and Jewish
ALLIED Naval Council, cablegram from Ad-
mira! Benson on formation, 60; report of
meeting on Nov. 19, 1917, 91.
ALLIES' Treaties, disclosure by Bolsheviki
of secret treaty between England, France,
Russia, and Italy, 12; text of treaty, 495.
ALMEREYDA, Miguel, arrest and murder,
ALSACE-LORRAINE, British Labor Party
out for self-determination, 202;
French aims stated in Deputies by M.
Pichon, 211; in war aims of Pres. Wilson,
Lloyd George, and the Bolsheviki, 258;
German claims made by Count Hertling,
390; article by F. Masson presenting his-
torical claims to be and remain French,
485; article by A. Thomas,
Lorraine Should Be Restored Without a
See also AIMS of the War; PEACE.
America in the War, 421.
America on the Battlefront, 423.
American Army at Home and Abroad, 57.
American Camp in England, 246.
America's Purpose in the War, 54.
ANCONA (S. S.), case cited as one of rea-
sons for U. S. war with Austria, 71.
ANNEXATION, declared against by British
Labor Party in message to Bolsheviki,
See also AIMS of the War; PEACE.
ARCHIBALD, James F. J., 71.
public utilities in Buenos
Aires affected by Amer. blacklist, 88; se-
cret telegrams of Count Luxburg to Ber-
lin on submarine controversy and show-
ing German influence, 322.
ARMED Merchant Ships, Sir E. Geddes on
progress in arming vessels, 81.
ARRAS, full text of report of Sir D. Haig on
See also CAMPAIGN in Europe, Western.
ASIA, see CAMPAIGN in Asia-Minor.
Aspects of Bolshevist Rule, 299.
ASQUITH, Herbert Henry, indorsement of
Pres. Wilson's message on war aims, at
Birmingham, 2; "Restatement of Brit-
ain's Aims, 271; question in Commons as
to Germany's intentions in Belgium; re-
tort by Lokal-Anzeiger, 330.
ATROCITIES, "Gruesome German War
Humor," 160; "Austrian Atrocities in
Serbia,' 161; "Torture of Prisoners in
Belgium," 165; account of atrocities on
western front by Capt. D. Fallon, 166;
formal protest of Commission for Relief
in Belgium, against torpedoing of relief
ships, 167; Sinking Hospital Ships," a
British reply to a German charge, 168;
"German Terrorism in Belgium," by an
escaped civilian, 339; "U. S. Govern-
ment's Summary of the Harrowing Prac-
tices of German Soldiers Against Civil-
lans." from pamphlet German War
Practices," issued by Comm. of Public In-
formation, 343; "Summary of the Ger-
man Outrages,' by V. Kellogg, 350; Brit-