Index
Angell, Sir Norman, 6–7; article by, 25–34
April strikes, the, 259–261
Armistice, xvi, 326–327
Ashworth, Tony, 14–15; article by, 208–226
Australia, interaction of, with American troops, 312–322
Austria-Hungary, xv; Austrian infantry, 111–122; and Fourteen Points, 292; war effects, 2, 95
Balfour Declaration, 338–339
Belgium, xv; and Fourteen Points, 292;destruction of Louvain, 175–183; war effects, 1
Berlin: British description of wartime conditions, 243–251; and food/ration protests, 252–271; and postwar conditions, 356–360; and Spartacist revolution, 353–355
Bernardhi, General Friedrich von, 7; article by, 35–45
Bethman Hollweg, Theobold von, xvii
Bismarck, Prince Otto von, xvii, 35, 51–52, 55–57, 61–62
Blair, Dale, 18–19; article by, 312–324
Blücher, Evelyn, 16; article by, 243–252
Brest-Litovsk, Treaty of, xvi
Britain: and Arab negotiations, 335–339; Australian and American military view, 312, 314–315; causes of war, 4–5, 20–21; and live and let live, 208–224; and Ludendorff offensive, 159–172; officer-man relations, 123–147; and Ottoman Empire negotiations, 341–347; and personal soldier correspondence, 227–242; potential conquest effects, 25, 27; the soldier's experience, 97–108; and the Somme, 184–194; and training of American troops, 313; and treatment of prisoners, 316; war effects, 1
Brittain, Vera, 15–16
Brusilov, Alexei, 9; article by, 109–122
Casement, Roger, xvii, 250–251
Churchill, Winston, 341–342; and live and let live system, 217
Clemenceau, Georges, xvii, 332–334; and Ottoman Empire peace negotiations, 340–347
Davis, Belinda J., 16; article by, 252–271
Deist, Willhelm, 18; article by, 297–311
Dublin (Easter Rising), xv
Eastern Front (map), x, 13–14
Enver Pasha, xvii
Essen, Leon van der, 175; article by, 175–183
Feisal, ibn Hussein, xvii, 344, 345, 346
Ferdinand, Franz, xvii; assassination of, 3–4, 46, 91
Foch, Ferdinand, xvii, 18; general counteroffensive, 158–172; and response to German armistice request, 294
Fourteen Points, xvi, 291–293
France: causes, 4–5, and Fourteen Points, 292; and peace agreement (see Paris Peace Conference); and the postwar Middle East region, 343–347; pre-World War I military, 71–85; and soldier mutiny, 195–207; war effects, 1
Frederick II, xvii
Frederick William, xvii
Freikorps, formation of, 348–349, 355–365
French, Sir John, xvii, 222–224
Fromkin, David, 20; article by, 340–347
Gallipoli Campaign, xv
German Spring Offensives, xvi

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