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    Issues of the 1910s = 1 Year, 52 Issues, 1,179 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1919 = 52 Issues, 1,179 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1919 = 13 Issues, 267 Articles
        1. [+]
          January 4, 1919 Issue = 23 Articles
          1. Ireland's Record in the War by R.L., pp. 1-4
          2. Watching the Great Surrender by F. Perrot, pp. 5-9
          3. The Problem of Indemnities, p. 10
          4. In the Rue de Provence by Ernest Rhys, p. 11
          5. The American Soldier by H.W.Y., pp. 12-13
          6. The 'Y' with the French Army by Firmin Roz, pp. 14-17
          7. The French Idea of Russian Intervention by Comte de Chevilly, pp. 18-20
          8. Russia as the Germans See Her Now by Hans Vorst, pp. 21-23
          9. Responsible Government in India by Harry L. Stephen, pp. 24-31
          10. The Test. A Story by Oswald Wildridge, pp. 32-41
          11. A Romance of Napoleon, pp. 42-43
          12. Homeward Bound, p. 44
          13. The Poetry of Warfare---And After by Edmund Gosse, C.B., pp. 45-46
          14. Depths of Ignorance, pp. 47-49
          15. Barbers, pp. 50-52
          16. Mr. Swinnerton's New Book, p. 53
          17. In Caelo Quies, in Terra Pax by J.E.G. de Montmorency, pp. 54-56
          18. British Shipbuilding Compared with American by A Marine Engineer, pp. 57-58
          19. Dyestuffs and the Textile Industry, p. 59
          20. The Talk of Europe, pp. 60-63
          21. The Last Pilot by Duncan Tovey, p. 64
          22. Because You Are Dead by Kathleen Montgomery Wallace, p. 64
          23. As I Rode Out from Romani by Eliot Crawshaw Williams, p. 64
        2. [+]
          January 11, 1919 Issue = 21 Articles
          1. The Turks: A Plea for Justice by Pierre Loti, pp. 65-67
          2. National Sovereignty and the League of Nations by Rt. Hon. Sir Frederick Pollock, pp. 68-71
          3. Imperial Preference and World Peace, pp. 72-74
          4. Colonel Gadke Reviews the War, pp. 75-76
          5. The Day, p. 77
          6. German Socialists and an International Conference by Philipp Scheidemann, pp. 78-79
          7. The Junkers of the Baltic Country, pp. 80-82
          8. The Raid on the Manor, pp. 83-86
          9. In the Vindictive by Lt. Com. E. Hilton Young, pp. 87-96
          10. The Test by Oswald Wildridge, pp. 97-101
          11. The Swinburne Letters and Our Debt to the Victorian Era by Arthur Waugh, pp. 102-112
          12. The Winter's Tale, pp. 113-114
          13. Auctions by Katharine Tynan, pp. 115-116
          14. The Last Bohemian by S. Huddleston, pp. 117-118
          15. The Irish Theatre, pp. 119-120
          16. German Sabotage at Lille, pp. 121-122
          17. The Outlook in Mexico, p. 123
          18. Talk of Europe, pp. 124-126
          19. Editor's Note-Book, p. 127
          20. The Piper by Hilda Skar, p. 128
          21. The March of Man by G.H., p. 128
        3. [+]
          January 18, 1919 Issue = 23 Articles
          1. The Russian Revolution by Sir George Buchanan, G.C.B., pp. 129-137
          2. Intervention: A British Protest, pp. 138-139
          3. The Trees of England by Geoffrey Howard, p. 140
          4. Gibraltar and Ceuta by Major-General Sir Charles Callwell, K.C.B., ..., pp. 141-145
          5. Interned in Bulgaria, pp. 146-150
          6. France Salutes President Wilson by H. Lavedan, pp. 151-152
          7. Dream Come True by Wilfrid Wilson Gibson, p. 153
          8. The 'Marseillaise' at Munster, pp. 154-155
          9. Social Democracy in Central Europe, pp. 156-158
          10. The Most Miserable of Men by Desmond MacCarthy, pp. 159-164
          11. A War-Child in Peace-Time, p. 165
          12. Degas by Andre Perate, pp. 166-172
          13. The Dickens Circle by Rebecca West, pp. 173-176
          14. A London 'Uncle' by W.R. Titterton, pp. 177-179
          15. The Delusion of Super-production by Major C.H. Douglas, pp. 180-182
          16. The Future of German Chemicals, p. 183
          17. Potash and Food, pp. 183-185
          18. Facing Realities, pp. 186-187
          19. The Talk of Europe, pp. 188-190
          20. Editor's Note-Book, p. 191
          21. The Trust by C.A.A., p. 192
          22. The Peacemakers by David A. Robison, p. 192
          23. Tell Me Now by Wang Chi, p. 192
        4. [+]
          January 25, 1919 Issue = 17 Articles
          1. What the Germans Think of Wilhelm II, pp. 193-196
          2. A Factory Under Bolshevik Management by G.D.L. Horsburgh, pp. 197-199
          3. Bolshevism Defended by Maxim Gorki, pp. 200-201
          4. The Czecho-Slovak Declaration of Independence, pp. 202-204
          5. The Manifesto of French Labor by Roger Picard, pp. 205-207
          6. European Comment on President Wilson's Visit, pp. 208-219
          7. The Victory of Justice by L.P. Jacks, pp. 220-223
          8. Good Old Times at the War Office by Major-General Sir C.E. Callwell, pp. 224-234
          9. Mirette: The Story of 'Too Little' Dog by Collette Willy, pp. 235-236
          10. The Returning Soldier: A Sentimental Problem by W.L. George, pp. 237-238
          11. Germany in 1970 by E.S.P. Haynes, pp. 239-240
          12. Sir James George Frazer on Biblical Legend, pp. 241-245
          13. What Is 'Labor'? An Employer's View, pp. 246-248
          14. Talk of Europe, pp. 249-254
          15. Editor's Note-Book, p. 255
          16. The Gray Sleep by Norah Richardson, p. 256
          17. I Saw Children Playing by Dora Sigerson, p. 256
        5. [+]
          February 1, 1919 Issue = 21 Articles
          1. Germany Explains, pp. 257-260
          2. Bethmann-Hollweg Speaks , pp. 261-263
          3. Zimmermann's Defense , pp. 264-265
          4. France Marches to the Rhine by Gabriel Hanotaux, pp. 266-269
          5. Berlin in Revolution, pp. 270-273
          6. A Constitution for the British Empire by Sir C. Kinloch-Cooke, M.P., pp. 274-282
          7. Who Are the Russian Allies of the Allies?, pp. 283-285
          8. The Brothers: A Story by Stacy Aumonier, pp. 286-293
          9. An Englishwoman Votes, pp. 294-296
          10. Mrs. Humphry Ward Again by Rebecca West, pp. 297-299
          11. Edmond Rostand by Alfred Poizat, pp. 300-305
          12. The Electric Lights by Maxim Gorki, pp. 306-307
          13. The Sign by R.L.G., p. 308
          14. The Indictment of the Rich, pp. 309-311
          15. Present State of French Coal Mines, pp. 312-313
          16. Japanese Commerce and Finance, pp. 314-315
          17. Talk of Europe, pp. 316-318
          18. Editor's Note-Book, p. 319
          19. They Have Come into Their Kingdom by Katharine Tynan, p. 320
          20. Supplication by T.W.N. Forster, p. 320
          21. A Dirge of Victory by Capt. Lord Dunsany, p. 320
        6. [+]
          February 8, 1919 Issue = 21 Articles
          1. The Truth About the Fifth Army by Hamilton Fyfe, pp. 321-328
          2. To Edward Thomas by W.H. Davies, p. 329
          3. Is "Doing Nothing" a Solution of the Russian Problem?, pp. 330-331
          4. France's Claim to the Sarre Region by F. Engerand, p. 332
          5. Deer, p. 333
          6. Walther Rathenau to Colonel House: A Sentimental Appeal, pp. 334-335
          7. To Thomas MacDonagh by Seumas O'Sullivan, p. 336
          8. Was Lord Roberts Right? A Letter from Lord Haldane by Lord Haldane, pp. 337-339
          9. Working on the Land: A Woman's Experiences by E.S. Wilkinson, pp. 340-349
          10. The Whitewashed Wall by Thomas Hardy, p. 350
          11. Ostend in 1914 by Major-General Sir George Ashton, K.C.B., pp. 351-357
          12. Does Education Mean Happiness?, pp. 358-360
          13. A Play by Paul Claudel, pp. 361-363
          14. Anecdotes, pp. 364-366
          15. Return, p. 367
          16. The Promise: A Story by Walter de la Mare, pp. 368-372
          17. Air Transport by F. Handley-Page, pp. 373-379
          18. Talk of Europe, pp. 380-382
          19. Editor's Note-Book, p. 383
          20. On Returning from War by D.F. Finn, p. 384
          21. The Coming of Peace by W.H. Davies, p. 384
        7. [+]
          February 15, 1919 Issue = 20 Articles
          1. Rex vs. Bertrand Russell, pp. 385-394
          2. Liberty and the State by E.S.P. Haynes, pp. 395-400
          3. A Frenchman in Greece by Robert Vaucher, pp. 401-405
          4. The Debt of France to Italy by Paul Painleve, pp. 406-407
          5. Should Prussia Continue to Exist? by Oberprasident von Batocki, pp. 408-410
          6. Festival by Zeres, pp. 411-418
          7. Travels in Trueland: An Ecclesiastical Episode by M.E. Durham, pp. 419-424
          8. The Fireman by A.P. Herbert, pp. 425-429
          9. A Memory of Wild Country, pp. 430-431
          10. Two Cornish Frescoes, pp. 432-433
          11. Shadows by Allan Sanderson, p. 434
          12. The Reading of Biography by Thomas Seccombe, pp. 435-437
          13. German Overseas Banks by Dr. Adolf Roeder, pp. 438-439
          14. Economic Conditions in Russia, pp. 440-442
          15. Talk of Europe, pp. 443-446
          16. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 447
          17. Winter Nights by Ernest Blake, p. 448
          18. Reveille by Wilfred Wilson Gibson, p. 448
          19. August, 1918 by Maurice Baring, p. 448
          20. 'Sweet Is the Love Which Nature Brings' by Ch'eng Hao, p. 448
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          February 22, 1919 Issue = 23 Articles
          1. The Revolution in Vienna by Robert Dunlop, pp. 449-454
          2. German Impressions of American Troops by Elise Munzer, p. 455
          3. A Prisoner in Turkey, pp. 456-460
          4. President Masaryk: An Austrian View, pp. 461-462
          5. The British Election: Four Different Opinions, pp. 463-466
          6. Our Future French Parliament by Victor Augagneur, pp. 467-470
          7. The Negotiations at Spaa, pp. 471-476
          8. The Farewell to Youth by Marguerite Few, p. 477
          9. Salving the K-13 by Bennet Copplestone, pp. 478-487
          10. Hilda Lessway's Son, pp. 488-490
          11. The Drama of a Socialist Soldier, pp. 491-495
          12. Gustave Flaubert, pp. 496-498
          13. The Opium Hound, p. 499
          14. Nightfall, p. 500
          15. Is Germany Bankrupt?, p. 501
          16. Capital Taxation in Germany , pp. 502-503
          17. Objections to a Levy , pp. 504-505
          18. The Future of Tropical Products, p. 506
          19. Talk of Europe, pp. 507-510
          20. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 511
          21. Imagination by John Freeman, p. 512
          22. 'Broad Be Thy Light' by E.F. Lower, p. 512
          23. To Conscripts by Alice Meynell, p. 512
        9. [+]
          March 1, 1919 Issue = 20 Articles
          1. Documentary History of the German Revolution, pp. 513-519
          2. Was Ludendorff to Blame?, pp. 520-521
          3. President Wilson: An Austrian View by Professor M.J. Bonn, pp. 522-526
          4. The Irish Quesiton: A Summary by Sir Horace Plunkett, pp. 527-529
          5. The League fo Nations A Dutch View, pp. 530-531
          6. Mine-Sweeping, pp. 532-540
          7. Mr. Booth Tarkington through British Eyes by R. Ellis Roberts, pp. 541-545
          8. On Newspaper Proprietors by G.K. Chesterton, pp. 546-548
          9. A Prisoner of the Bolsheviki by Henry Pearson#2, pp. 549-555
          10. Victorian Poetry by Laurence Binyon, pp. 556-558
          11. The Lost Village by W.H. Hudson, pp. 559-561
          12. On Being Ill, pp. 562-564
          13. His Own Language by Frederick Tilsley, pp. 565-568
          14. The Nationalization of German Textiles by Herman Kratzig, p. 569
          15. Depopulation: France's Greatest Danger, pp. 570-571
          16. Talk of Europe, pp. 572-574
          17. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 575
          18. Death by Nora Bomford, p. 576
          19. Highland Night, 1715---1815---1915 by Isabel Westcott Harper, p. 576
          20. Voluntary by Robert Louis Stevenson, p. 576
        10. [+]
          March 8, 1919 Issue = 20 Articles
          1. Lenine and His Programme: A Conservative View by Henri Croisier, pp. 577-582
          2. My Idea of Bolshevism by Rosa Luxemburg, pp. 583-585
          3. The Career of Fritz Ebert by John Stapleton, pp. 586-588
          4. The Materialism and Idealism of Americans by George Santayana, pp. 589-594
          5. The Last of Her Lovers: A Story by Winifred Peck, pp. 595-605
          6. Novels About the Future by Edward Shanks, pp. 606-609
          7. The Brontes Through French Eyes by John Masson, pp. 610-615
          8. Gypsy Love by J.M. Stuart-Young, p. 616
          9. War in Fiction by J.A.T. Lloyd, pp. 617-622
          10. Abraham Lincoln, pp. 623-625
          11. Lear on the Great War, pp. 626-627
          12. Is There Altruism?, pp. 628-629
          13. Bolsheviki and Peasants by Alfons Paquet, p. 630
          14. An Experiment in Workers' Control, pp. 631-633
          15. An East End Rabbi by Leopold Spero, p. 634
          16. Talk of Europe, pp. 635-638
          17. Editor's Note-Book, p. 639
          18. Honors by D.M.B., p. 640
          19. Butterflies by Siegfried Sassoon, p. 640
          20. No One Cares Less Than I by Edward Thomas, p. 640
        11. [+]
          March 15, 1919 Issue = 20 Articles
          1. The British Nation and the Great Strikes by Honorable J.R. Clynes, M.P., pp. 641-643
          2. Italy's Choice by Signor Antonio Salandra, pp. 644-645
          3. The Political Situation in Belgium by Vicomte Davignon, pp. 646-649
          4. Socialization: Its Benefits and Dangers by Lujo Brentano, pp. 650-655
          5. Flame and Snow by Laurence Binyon, p. 656
          6. Night Bombing: An Aviator's Story by Paul Bewsher, pp. 657-663
          7. London Mothers and 'American Women' by Mrs. Graham Wallas, pp. 664-667
          8. Mr. Cecil Chesterton's History of the United States, pp. 668-669
          9. The Tank Commander: A Story by Jack Spur, pp. 670-674
          10. The Token by Walter de la Mare, p. 675
          11. Man and the Machine, pp. 676-677
          12. The Ruskin Centenary, pp. 678-686
          13. From a Victorian Note-Book by W.L. Courtney, pp. 687-689
          14. Social Reform and Efficiency by Dr. Julius Wilhelm, pp. 690-692
          15. Financial Aspect of the League of Nations, p. 693
          16. Labor Unrest: A Working Woman's Point of View by Agnes M. Green, pp. 694-696
          17. Talk of Europe, pp. 697-702
          18. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 703
          19. Silver Badgeman by C.K. Scott-Moncrieff, p. 704
          20. Faith by Russell Green, p. 704
        12. [+]
          March 22, 1919 Issue = 20 Articles
          1. The Causes and Remedies of Labor Unrest by David Lloyd George, pp. 705-710
          2. French Foreign Policy: The Great Debate, pp. 711-717
          3. The Spartacan Unprising Through German Eyes, pp. 718-722
          4. The First Step in Russian Regeneration by Paul Miljukov, pp. 723-725
          5. Admiral Jellicoe's Story of the Navy by Gerard Fiennes, pp. 726-729
          6. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle as Dr. Watson by E.T. Raymond, pp. 730-732
          7. The Real England by Reginald Lennard, pp. 733-735
          8. Baille'n Bad-a-Sgailich by Joan Rundall, p. 736
          9. Dickens's Lovers by Arthur Waugh, pp. 737-743
          10. Books and Reading by W. de la Mare, pp. 744-747
          11. The Marsh: A Picture by H.T.C., pp. 748-749
          12. The Ending of the Road: A Story by J.E.G. de Montmorency, pp. 750-753
          13. The Belfast Strike, pp. 754-756
          14. The Economic Outlook in Germany, pp. 757-758
          15. The Prolet-Kult or Bolshevik Education, pp. 759-761
          16. Talk of Europe, pp. 762-766
          17. Editor's Note-Book, p. 767
          18. True Johnny by Robert Graves, p. 768
          19. The Last Road, p. 768
          20. Michael Dreams by M. St. C. Byrne, p. 768
        13. [+]
          March 29, 1919 Issue = 18 Articles
          1. The League of Nations by Professor Th. Ruyssen, pp. 769-771
          2. An Austrian View by Karl Kautsky, pp. 772-774
          3. An English Liberal View , pp. 775-777
          4. The Great Revolt at Kiel by Emil Ludwig, pp. 778-784
          5. Bolshevik Invasion of Baltic Germany by August Winnig, pp. 785-787
          6. A Fable for Peace-Makers by Sir Ronald Ross, pp. 788-790
          7. Henry Adams: A British Estimate, pp. 791-794
          8. Old and New at the Foreign Office by T.H.S. Escott, pp. 795-804
          9. Some Letters from an Autograph Collection by Lady Charnwood, pp. 805-810
          10. England in English Music by Ernest Newman, pp. 811-812
          11. The Common Lot by John Drinkwater, p. 813
          12. The Economic Prospects of the Czecho-Slovak Republic, pp. 814-815
          13. The Condition of Germany: A Speech by President Ebert, pp. 816-819
          14. The Conference of Berne on Bolshevism, p. 820
          15. Talk of Europe, pp. 821-822
          16. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 823
          17. The Sea-Gazer Cornwall by Alberta Vickridge, p. 824
          18. The Empty Cottage by Wilfrid Wilson Gibson, p. 824
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        Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1919 = 13 Issues, 248 Articles
        1. [+]
          April 5, 1919 Issue = 17 Articles
          1. Trotzky's Speech to the Petrograd Soviet by Leon Trotsky, pp. 1-6
          2. The Congress of Paris: A British View by Sir Frederick Maurice, pp. 7-14
          3. The Future of German Foreign Policy by Kurt Oscar Muller, pp. 15-17
          4. Revolutionary Days in Alsace by Alfred Doblin, pp. 18-25
          5. Education by the Humanities by W.F. Rawnsley, pp. 26-32
          6. An Admiralty Farm, pp. 33-40
          7. Some Literary Aspects of France in the War by Edmund Gosse, pp. 41-50
          8. An Essay on Dinners, pp. 51-53
          9. Meredith Revealed by Robert Lynd, pp. 54-56
          10. The German Merchant Fleet, p. 57
          11. The Need of an Inter-Allied Financial League, pp. 58-59
          12. Talk of Europe, pp. 60-62
          13. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 63
          14. If I Had Ridden Horses by Theodore Maynard, p. 64
          15. Remembrance by Theodore Maynard, p. 64
          16. Night and Night by John Freeman, p. 64
          17. Winter Morning by Katharine Tynan, p. 64
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          April 12, 1919 Issue = 17 Articles
          1. The Task at Paris by Arthur James Balfour, pp. 65-67
          2. Germany Before the Peace Conference by Count von Brockdorff-Rantzau, pp. 68-74
          3. Count Karolyi through Austrian Eyes, pp. 75-76
          4. Minor Powers and the League by Anne Wicksell (Sweden), pp. 77-79
          5. A Celestial Laureate: A Story by Ernest Bramah, pp. 80-83
          6. Souvenirs, pp. 84-85
          7. The New Letters of Anton Tchekov by R.M. Birkmyre, pp. 86-94
          8. The Urgent Question of the British Theatre by Henry Arthur Jones, pp. 95-97
          9. Savonarola: An 'Elizabethan' Play by Max Beerbohm, pp. 98-112
          10. Another Shakespeare 'Ghost' by J.M. Robertson, pp. 113-117
          11. 'Now to Be Still and Rest...' by P.H.B.L., p. 118
          12. The Financial Crisis of Italy and France, pp. 119-120
          13. More Light on the Economic Conditions in Russia, pp. 121-123
          14. Talk of Europe, pp. 124-126
          15. Editor's Note-Book, p. 127
          16. Prothalamion by Francis Brett Young, p. 128
          17. A Concert by Helen Cash, p. 128
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          April 19, 1919 Issue = 19 Articles
          1. Impressions of the Congress of Berne by Karl Weichardt, pp. 129-133
          2. Why Revolution Is Spreading by J. Ramsay MacDonald, pp. 134-137
          3. Irish Nationalism: A Manifesto by Irish Soldiers, pp. 138-140
          4. The Russian Jew: A Character Study by Hon. H. Lily Montagu, pp. 141-148
          5. An Officer's Story of Jutland, pp. 149-156
          6. Poetry and Religion by Rev. W. Morison, pp. 157-161
          7. G.K. Chesterton: A Study by E.T. Raymond, pp. 162-165
          8. Worldly Wisdom, pp. 166-170
          9. La Libre Belgique, pp. 171-172
          10. In Defense of Luxury, pp. 173-174
          11. Estimating the Cost of the War, pp. 175-176
          12. A Bolshevik Appeal to the Austro-Hungarians, pp. 177-178
          13. America's Bid for Foreign Trade, pp. 179-180
          14. Helfferich on Indemnities: An Interview, pp. 181-184
          15. Talk of Europe, pp. 185-190
          16. The Editor's Note-book, p. 191
          17. Two Poems of Faith by Robert Nichols, p. 192
          18. Evening by Edward Thomas, p. 192
          19. A Munster Land by Maud E. Sargent, p. 192
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          April 26, 1919 Issue = 18 Articles
          1. The National Aspirations of Italy by Guglielmo Ferrero, pp. 193-195
          2. A Visit to Strassburg by Hilaire Belloc, pp. 196-200
          3. Aboard the German Fleet in Scapa Flow, pp. 201-203
          4. The League of Nations: Guarding the Guardians by J.O.P. Bland, pp. 204-213
          5. A Public Servant: A Story by W. Pett Ridge, pp. 214-221
          6. British Courts-martial by Major Gerald B. Hurst, M.P., pp. 222-227
          7. The Old Lighterman: A Sussex Sketch by Sheila Kaye-Smith, pp. 228-230
          8. James Russell Lowell: A British Estimate by R. Ellis Roberts, pp. 231-235
          9. The Present State of the English Language, pp. 236-237
          10. Home Again by N. Godfrey, pp. 238-240
          11. Facing Realities in France by J.H. Rosny, p. 241
          12. Nationalization by Harold Cox, pp. 242-244
          13. The Part of Coal and Iron in a French Peace, pp. 245-246
          14. The Situation in French Exchange, pp. 247-248
          15. Talk of Europe, pp. 249-254
          16. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 255
          17. The Arras Road, p. 256
          18. Nocturne by C. Delisle Burns, p. 256
        5. [+]
          May 3, 1919 Issue = 17 Articles
          1. The Covenant: A Critical Commentary by Lord Bryce, pp. 257-263
          2. A Soldier Delegate Visits Russia, pp. 264-267
          3. Japan and China: An Official View by Baron Makino, pp. 268-272
          4. With the British Army in Germany by Bishop Frodsham, pp. 273-279
          5. Night on the Convoy by Siegfried Sassoon, p. 280
          6. Obstruction's Gentle Art by Douglas Walshe, pp. 281-293
          7. Senator Lodge by S.K. Ratcliffe, pp. 294-297
          8. Taking the Waters: A Story, pp. 298-307
          9. Forbidden Glimpses of R.L.S. by E.V. Lucas, pp. 308-309
          10. That Duel!, pp. 310-311
          11. The Future of German Shipping by O. Mathies, pp. 312-314
          12. The German Food Situation by A. Schmitt, pp. 315-316
          13. Talk of Europe, pp. 317-318
          14. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 319
          15. In Cambrai by Laurence Binyon, p. 320
          16. A Cuckoo---In Macedonia by Trevor Allen, p. 320
          17. The Hero by Henry Newbolt, p. 320
        6. [+]
          May 10, 1919 Issue = 21 Articles
          1. Egypt in Upheaval, pp. 321-324
          2. Fighting the Bolsheviki by Signor Arnaldo Apolla, pp. 325-330
          3. A Letter from Rumania, pp. 331-334
          4. Sospan Fach by Robert Graves, p. 335
          5. On Living in a Tower by A.N., pp. 336-337
          6. The Last of the Aristocrats: A Story by H.H. Bashford, pp. 338-341
          7. Mr. Yeats's Swan Song, pp. 342-344
          8. The Inner History of the Bronte-Heger Letters by M.H. Spielmann, pp. 345-350
          9. Animals in War by Frank Fox, pp. 351-352
          10. Modern Tendencies in Novel Writing by J.R. Peddie, pp. 353-355
          11. The Heretic and the Home Visitor by G.K. Chesterton, pp. 356-358
          12. Sleeping Heroes by Louis F. Field, pp. 359-364
          13. The Spiritual Crisis of France by Paul Valery, pp. 365-368
          14. A Fallen Church by H. Bagenal, pp. 369-373
          15. The French Railroad Crisis, p. 374
          16. Soldier Colonies in Great Britain, pp. 375-377
          17. Talk of Europe, pp. 378-382
          18. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 383
          19. A Dreamer's Thoughts by Allan Cooper, p. 384
          20. Song by Susan Miles, p. 384
          21. The Striking Hours by Eden Phillpotts, p. 384
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          May 17, 1919 Issue = 21 Articles
          1. France and Clemenceau by Ernest Daudet, pp. 385-386
          2. The British View of Irish Nationalism, pp. 387-388
          3. Coblenz in March by Dr. Erich Wulf, pp. 389-391
          4. On Writing Letters, pp. 392-394
          5. The Ministry of Munitions from Within, pp. 395-399
          6. Immortality and Modern Science by Frank Ballard, D.D., pp. 400-408
          7. An Un-Victorian Victorian by Lytton Strachey, pp. 409-413
          8. Blaming Sons by T'ao Ch'ien, p. 414
          9. Paris to London by Air, pp. 415-416
          10. Miss Allardyce's Soldier by Lucy Lockhart, pp. 417-419
          11. We Women by Constance L. Maynard, pp. 420-426
          12. The Brigadier's Yarn by 'Patlander', pp. 427-430
          13. Modern Art Criticism: A Protest by Honorable John Collier #2, pp. 431-435
          14. The Condition of England, pp. 436-437
          15. The Reconstruction of France by Robert Le Sage, pp. 438-439
          16. Lancashire: The Study of a Trade and a County, pp. 440-442
          17. Talk of Europe, pp. 443-446
          18. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 447
          19. A Sonnet by Geoffrey Howard, p. 448
          20. La Vie Celebrale by Robin Flower, p. 448
          21. On an English Reprint of the Greek Anthology by Alfred Perceval Graves, p. 448
        8. [+]
          May 24, 1919 Issue = 19 Articles
          1. A Visit to Fiume by Joseph Galtier, pp. 449-453
          2. Lloyd George and Clemenceau by Maximilian Harden, pp. 454-457
          3. A British-Colonial View of the League of Nations by The Bishop of North Queensland, pp. 458-467
          4. Some Treasured Books of an English Soldier, pp. 468-471
          5. New Ideas in Arts and Crafts, pp. 472-473
          6. The Wisdom of Anatole France by J. Middleton Murry, pp. 474-476
          7. Mr. Shaw and the Peace, pp. 477-480
          8. Getting Out, pp. 481-482
          9. With the Tanks in Persia, pp. 483-491
          10. The Clash of East and West in Thought, pp. 492-496
          11. Vanished Towns by Hilaire Belloc, pp. 497-501
          12. Syndicalism and Philosophy by L.P. Jacks, pp. 502-505
          13. Reviving French Agriculture, pp. 506-507
          14. Talk of Europe, pp. 508-510
          15. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 511
          16. The Pilgrim by Lawrence Housman, p. 512
          17. Firelight by Elizabeth Stanley, p. 512
          18. A Sonnet by Claude Houghton, p. 512
          19. 'According to the Mighty Working' by Thomas Hardy, p. 512
        9. [+]
          May 31, 1919 Issue = 20 Articles
          1. Germany at the Council Table by Count von Brockdorff-Rantzau, pp. 513-516
          2. In Reply to Mr. Wilson by Signor Orlando, pp. 517-519
          3. America and Peace by Charles Cestre, pp. 520-529
          4. On the Shores of the White Sea by Lt. Com. H.E. Rendall, R.N., D.S.O., pp. 530-533
          5. The Young Soldier and the Universities, pp. 534-536
          6. The Irish Question Again by Lord Hugh Cecil, p. 537
          7. In Praise of Water by George Santayana, p. 538
          8. Propaganda in the Balkans, pp. 539-540
          9. Henry James: A Last Glimpse, pp. 541-542
          10. Care by Geoffrey Howard, p. 543
          11. The Wedding Dress: A Story, pp. 544-554
          12. Women's Suffrage in France by Winifred Stephens, pp. 555-560
          13. The Scandal of Sectarian Non-Essentials by Prof. W.M. Flinders Petrie, F.R.S., F.B.A., ..., pp. 561-564
          14. The Paradox of Indemnities by James Martin, pp. 565-566
          15. Replenishing the British Mercantile Marine, pp. 567-570
          16. Talk of Europe, pp. 571-574
          17. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 575
          18. Cock-Crow by Vera Goodwin, p. 576
          19. Death in Battle by Clive Hamilton, p. 576
          20. Shakespeare Day: Warwickshire by A.H.L., p. 576
        10. [+]
          June 7, 1919 Issue = 21 Articles
          1. The Future in Germany by Prince Lichnowsky, pp. 577-581
          2. Great Britain and Russia by Sir George Buchanan, pp. 582-591
          3. A Swede's Visit to Petrograd by J. Hessen, pp. 592-594
          4. On Launching a New Paper, pp. 595-596
          5. An Hour with Ludwig Fulda by H. de Ziegler, pp. 597-598
          6. Lloyd George versus Lord Northcliffe, pp. 599-600
          7. Weimar During the Session, pp. 601-602
          8. The Coming of the War Tourist, pp. 603-604
          9. The Happy Ghost by H.H. Bashford, pp. 605-607
          10. University Education in the United States, pp. 608-618
          11. Two Hundred Years of Defoe, pp. 619-623
          12. The Art of Letter-Writing by R.W. MacKenna, pp. 624-628
          13. Primrose by Vivian Locke Ellis, p. 629
          14. The Socialization of Agriculture in Germany by Franz Behrens, p. 630
          15. British Iron-Ore Resources by H. Louis, pp. 631-633
          16. Great Britain and the Drink Problem, p. 634
          17. Talk of Europe, pp. 635-638
          18. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 639
          19. Silver-Badged Waiter by Louis Golding, p. 640
          20. Leenane by Katharine Tynan, p. 640
          21. Your Face to Me by Iris Tree, p. 640
        11. [+]
          June 14, 1919 Issue = 20 Articles
          1. What Is Happening in Germany?, pp. 641-647
          2. The French at Mainz by Erich Wulf, pp. 648-650
          3. The Rise of Democracy in Japan, pp. 651-653
          4. The Old Shrouders by Walter de la Mare, p. 654
          5. Drake's Drum by Arthur Machen, pp. 655-656
          6. An Essay on Vulgarity, pp. 657-658
          7. The Arrival of 'Blackman's Warbler', pp. 659-660
          8. America's Links with Westminster Abbey by Dr. J.F. Muirhead, pp. 661-663
          9. Some Workingmen Poets by Theodore Maynard, pp. 664-667
          10. The Indispensable Forest by Georges Beaume, pp. 668-672
          11. Saint Joan of Arc by L. Wheaton, pp. 673-678
          12. Through the Kiel Canal in the Hercules by Lewis A. Freeman, pp. 679-688
          13. An Alsatian Episode by Victor Gustave Plarr, pp. 689-693
          14. The Hawk by Maurice Hewlett, p. 694
          15. Unemployment and Waste in England, pp. 695-696
          16. Financial Aspects of the Peace Treaty, pp. 697-699
          17. Talk of Europe, pp. 700-702
          18. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 703
          19. Cinema Hero by Siegfried Sassoon, p. 704
          20. The Woman of Inneskean by Mabel Hinton, p. 704
        12. [+]
          June 21, 1919 Issue = 19 Articles
          1. Spain in Transition by S. de Madariaga, pp. 705-708
          2. Some Remarks on the League by Professor Gilbert Murray, pp. 709-712
          3. The Problems of Belgium by Emile Cammaerts, pp. 713-715
          4. The Victorian Girl by Katharine Tynan, p. 716
          5. Herr von Jagow Explains by Theodor Wolff, pp. 717-718
          6. A New Play by John Masefield by Rebecca West, pp. 719-721
          7. The True Destructiveness of War, pp. 722-723
          8. On Early Rising by St. John Ervine, pp. 724-727
          9. Leaves from a Moscow Diary by Arthur Ransome, pp. 728-736
          10. King Edward and France by Sidney Lee, pp. 737-746
          11. In the Persian Oil-fields by Edmund Candler, pp. 747-754
          12. Picket by Granville Barker, pp. 755-758
          13. The Sailor by H.G.D., p. 759
          14. Bolsheviki as Capitalists, pp. 760-761
          15. Great Britain and the War Debt, pp. 762-764
          16. Talk of Europe, pp. 765-766
          17. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 767
          18. Poppy-Seeds Sent from the East by Viola Meynell, p. 768
          19. Fairy Tale by Elizabeth Stanley, p. 768
        13. [+]
          June 28, 1919 Issue = 19 Articles
          1. The Peace Treaty by J.L. Garvin, pp. 769-773
          2. France Speaks by Gabriel Hanotaux, pp. 774-776
          3. A Neutral View , pp. 777-778
          4. The Future of Poland by Ignace J. Paderewski, pp. 779-782
          5. The Village Discusses the Sinn Fein Raid by G.S.G., p. 783
          6. The Litter Beggar by Algernon Blackwood, pp. 784-786
          7. A Realist in Syria by Bravida, pp. 787-790
          8. The Reading of Contemporary Poetry by Walter de la Mare, pp. 791-793
          9. On Fellow Travelers: An Essay by E.V. Lucas, pp. 794-795
          10. Anglicans and Nonconformists by Rev. A.E. Baker, M.A., pp. 796-802
          11. Rome Revisited by Dr. Arthur Rosenburg, pp. 803-807
          12. Novelists and Novel Reading, pp. 808-812
          13. A Frank Explanation of British Commercial Policy by Sir Arthur Steel-Maitland, M.P., pp. 813-816
          14. European Policy and Finance in China by Sir Charles Addis, pp. 817-821
          15. Talk of Europe, p. 822
          16. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 823
          17. Consolation by D.L.I., p. 824
          18. Evening by Edward Shanks, p. 824
          19. The Law of Prohibition by Alice Meynell, p. 824
      3. [+]
        Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1919 = 13 Issues, 331 Articles
        1. [+]
          July 5, 1919 Issue = 27 Articles
          1. Japan as Mistress of China by H.M. Hyndman, pp. 1-4
          2. A New Witness, pp. 5-7
          3. Present Day Germany by H.N. Brailsford, pp. 8-13
          4. Little Gray Water by W.H.O., p. 14
          5. Letters from America by John Masefield, pp. 15-18
          6. The Khyber Pass by A.W. Howlett, pp. 19-20
          7. Mr. Barrie Introduces a Child's Novel, pp. 21-22
          8. The English Language in War Time, pp. 23-26
          9. The Overthrow of German Military Prestige by Leon Daudet, p. 27
          10. The American Military Achievement by H. Warner Allen, pp. 28-36
          11. The Humanities in Education by Lord Charnwood, pp. 37-40
          12. The Whitman Centenary by Edmund Gosse, pp. 41-42
          13. Rapunzel by J. Maconechy, pp. 43-46
          14. The Downfall of the Russian 'Intellectuals' by Hugh Brennan, pp. 47-50
          15. Economics, Trade, and Finance by Harold Cox, pp. 51-52
          16. Dernberg's Gloomy Forecast, pp. 53-57
          17. Talk of Europe, p. 58
          18. Diplomatic Revelations in Germany , p. 58
          19. A British View of the Washington Embassy , p. 59
          20. M. Sazonoff Speaks , p. 60
          21. A Curious Financial Situation , p. 61
          22. Treasure Trove for Mr. Balfour , p. 61
          23. Mr. Galsworthy Protests , p. 62
          24. Paris and Joan of Arc , p. 62
          25. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 63
          26. Daffodils by William Kean Seymour, p. 64
          27. Picket, p. 64
        2. [+]
          July 12, 1919 Issue = 24 Articles
          1. Mr. Asquith's Reply to Lord French, pp. 65-73
          2. In Behalf of Austria by Dr. Renner, pp. 74-75
          3. Britain and the Party Struggle in America, pp. 76-77
          4. Marchen by Walter de la Mare, p. 78
          5. Shaw versus Chesterton: A Challenge and an Answer by G.B. Shaw, pp. 79-80
          6. Mr. Shaw and the Danger of Living by G.K. Chesterton, pp. 81-83
          7. Hamlet in Baghdad, pp. 84-85
          8. Art and the Mechanical by Brian Bruce-Walker, pp. 86-88
          9. Charles Peguy by Winifred Stephens, pp. 89-90
          10. The Present Entente Between France and the Papacy, pp. 91-92
          11. The Last Ill by Cameron Wilson, p. 93
          12. Oratory in Munich by Stephan Grossmann, pp. 94-98
          13. Five to One by H.J. Jones, pp. 99-109
          14. Tagore as a Novelist, pp. 110-111
          15. To-day's England by Philip Gibbs, pp. 112-118
          16. The Strike Fever in France, p. 119
          17. Can England Feed Herself?, pp. 120-124
          18. Talk of Europe, p. 125
          19. A Famous Legal Anniversary , p. 126
          20. Lawlessness in Ireland , p. 126
          21. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 127
          22. Time's Changes by Richard Aldington, p. 128
          23. A Hollow Elm by Edward Shanks, p. 128
          24. The Call by Katharine Tynan, p. 128
        3. [+]
          July 19, 1919 Issue = 29 Articles
          1. Kolchak: A Character Sketch by Joseph Reinach, pp. 129-131
          2. The Present Czecho-Slovak Republic, pp. 132-134
          3. Germany and the Danger of Bolshevism by Hans Vorst, pp. 135-137
          4. At the 'Movies' in London, pp. 138-139
          5. Good-bye to the Army by O.C.W., pp. 140-143
          6. A Novelist in Von Kluck's Army, pp. 144-146
          7. The Charles Kingsley Centenary by Frederic Harrison, pp. 147-148
          8. Bird Songs Before Dawn, pp. 149-151
          9. The New Editor of the 'Times' by Hamilton Fyfe, pp. 152-154
          10. Voltaire's Letters by Edmund Gosse, pp. 155-157
          11. A Politician of the Past by Lytton Strachey, pp. 158-161
          12. An Amateur, pp. 162-164
          13. The Remaking of Village Life by Edith Sellers, pp. 165-171
          14. A New Life of John Redmond by Stephen Gwynn, pp. 172-174
          15. The Poetry of Thomas Hardy by A. Nairne, pp. 175-177
          16. The Gate by May O'Rourke, p. 178
          17. The Economic Future of the United States, pp. 179-180
          18. The New French Taxes, pp. 181-182
          19. Great Britain and the Dominions by Professor Meredith Atkinson, M.A., pp. 183-187
          20. Talk of Europe, p. 188
          21. The East Perplexed , p. 188
          22. Italy in Ill Humor , p. 188
          23. The British View of Senator Lodge and President Wilson , p. 189
          24. Mr. Balfour to Lord Reading , p. 190
          25. The Death of Weedon Grossmith , p. 190
          26. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 191
          27. To England by Wilfred Childe, p. 192
          28. The Herd by John Freeman, p. 192
          29. Houses by Wilfred Wilson Gibson, p. 192
        4. [+]
          July 26, 1919 Issue = 20 Articles
          1. Britain and America: An Anxious Phase, pp. 193-194
          2. The German Collapse by Colonel Bauer, pp. 195-196
          3. The Truth of the Matter: An Answer to Colonel Bauer , pp. 197-204
          4. China and the Shantung Settlement by Liang Chi-Chao, pp. 205-207
          5. On Reading Aloud, pp. 208-209
          6. The Bi-Centenary of Addison by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch, pp. 210-213
          7. Reviving the Guild Idea by G.D.H. Cole, pp. 214-216
          8. The Inarticulate Englishman: A Character Sketch by Dr. J.F. Muirhead, pp. 217-218
          9. The Invasion of Ballymullen by E.S.G., pp. 219-221
          10. Leonardo da Vinci by Havelock Ellis, pp. 222-226
          11. The Sponge by Lennox Robinson, pp. 227-232
          12. Switzerland's Share by Benjamin Vallotton, pp. 233-241
          13. Creatures of the Twilight by Francis Pitt, pp. 242-247
          14. The Economic Failure of Bolshevism, pp. 248-249
          15. The Encouragement of Scientific Research, pp. 250-253
          16. Talk of Europe, p. 254
          17. Monuments of the War , p. 255
          18. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 255
          19. An Earth-Goddess, p. 256
          20. In the Trenches by Richard Aldington, p. 256
        5. [+]
          August 2, 1919 Issue = 20 Articles
          1. Russia's Struggling Forces by K.J. Ledoc, pp. 257-266
          2. The Negro Problem from a British Point of View by Percival F. Smith, pp. 267-270
          3. Enjoying Life by W.N.P. Barbellion, pp. 271-272
          4. War Posters by Charles Marriott, pp. 273-274
          5. The Twilight of Religious Belief, pp. 275-277
          6. Outwitting the Tailor by Pierre Mille, pp. 278-279
          7. Ottomans and Whatnots by Roger Fry, pp. 280-283
          8. Prisoner of the Spartacans by Kurt Schmidt, pp. 284-289
          9. The Smell of Flowers by Edmund Candler, pp. 290-296
          10. Mullins, pp. 297-300
          11. The Tyranny of Prohibition by Stephen Leacock, pp. 301-306
          12. The Warfare of Submarine Against Submarine by Klaxon, pp. 307-312
          13. The Voyager by Geoffrey Herbert Crump, p. 313
          14. A Defense of the Middle Class, pp. 314-317
          15. Talk of Europe, p. 318
          16. Sir Douglas Haig and the Armistice , p. 318
          17. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 319
          18. Tablet by Alice Meynell, p. 320
          19. In a Train by Thomas Pym, p. 320
          20. Religion by Gerald Gould, p. 320
        6. [+]
          August 9, 1919 Issue = 21 Articles
          1. The Foreign Policy of the United States by J.A.R. Marriott, pp. 321-332
          2. A German View of the League of Nations by Prof. Walther Shuking, pp. 333-335
          3. General Smuts's Protest Against the Peace Treaty, pp. 336-337
          4. The Americanization of England by Sir Sidney Lowe, pp. 338-339
          5. Anatole France Again by W.L. George, pp. 340-341
          6. Wedlock Preliminaries, p. 342
          7. Social Habits, pp. 343-345
          8. Morale in War by 'Z', pp. 346-348
          9. Along an Australian Road by Will H. Ogilvie, pp. 349-353
          10. Education by Science by Stanley de Brath, pp. 354-359
          11. A Day in the Life of a Country Parson by Reverend Alexander Macrae, pp. 360-367
          12. The New Shakespeare Claimant, pp. 368-376
          13. Reconstructing France by M. Francis Delaisi, pp. 377-380
          14. Talk of Europe, p. 381
          15. The Troubles of Philip de Laszlo , p. 381
          16. Clemenceau versus Briand , p. 381
          17. Peace Day in Paris , p. 382
          18. British Opposition to the League , p. 382
          19. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 383
          20. The Captive Faun by Richard Aldington, p. 384
          21. To a Lamp in Wapping by Jean Guthrie-Smith, p. 384
        7. [+]
          August 16, 1919 Issue = 28 Articles
          1. The Secret History of the Struggle for Albania by M.E. Durham, pp. 385-389
          2. The Preservation and Development of Democracy in Germany by Philipp Scheidemann, pp. 390-395
          3. Text of the Proposed Treaty for the Defense of France, pp. 396-398
          4. Mr. Lennox Robinson's New Play by Desmond MacCarthy, pp. 399-401
          5. Chinese Laborers in Flanders, pp. 402-403
          6. 'The Kingdom of Heaven' by Bertrand Russell, pp. 404-406
          7. Selborne Revisited by H. Massingham, pp. 407-408
          8. The Misadventures of Lieutenant Frederick, pp. 409-411
          9. 'The Learned Mrs. Carter' by Austin Dobson, pp. 412-423
          10. An Englishman in Moscow by K. Manistre Blakey, pp. 424-430
          11. The Future of the Ex-Officer by H.B.C. Pollard, pp. 431-434
          12. Lines Written Near a Roman Burial Ground by May O'Rourke, p. 435
          13. War's Financial Paradox by Hartley Withers, pp. 436-437
          14. The Cause of Strikes, pp. 438-441
          15. Talk of Europe, p. 442
          16. Woman and the War , p. 442
          17. The Strike of the French Miners , p. 443
          18. Holman Hunt's Lady of Shalott , p. 443
          19. Palaces at Auction , p. 444
          20. The Sinkings of Scapa , p. 444
          21. A German View of the New Poland , p. 444
          22. A South of Ireland Unionist , p. 445
          23. American Courts-Martial , p. 446
          24. A Moral Estimate of Our Own Time , p. 446
          25. John Bull's Other Island , p. 447
          26. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 447
          27. A Song of Strength by P.H.B.L., p. 448
          28. Sleepless by Margaret Kennedy, p. 448
        8. [+]
          August 23, 1919 Issue = 27 Articles
          1. The Eclipse of the Fourteen Points by Prince Max of Baden, pp. 449-452
          2. German Democracy and French Security by Erich Kuttner, pp. 453-455
          3. The Regionalist Movement in France by Alec W.G. Randall, pp. 456-461
          4. Intellectual Snobbery by A.A. Milne, p. 462
          5. Scottish Literature by W.L. Courtney, pp. 463-465
          6. Science and Internationalism, pp. 466-467
          7. Danilo Returns from Exile by Francesca M. Wilson, pp. 468-471
          8. The Berlin Revolution of 1848 by Rose Weigall, pp. 472-475
          9. 'Arold, New Style by A. Neil Lyons, pp. 476-479
          10. The Writings of M. Clemenceau by Edmund Gosse, pp. 480-491
          11. The Dickens Renaissance by W. Walter Crotch, pp. 492-497
          12. The War and the Population of Germany, p. 498
          13. Future of the Industrial System by Philodemos, pp. 499-503
          14. What Is Capitalism? by Major C.H. Douglas, pp. 504-506
          15. Talk of Europe, p. 507
          16. The Temple Fountain , p. 507
          17. The Increase of Peerages , p. 507
          18. A Fragment from the Parthenon , p. 507
          19. The Day of Triumph in Paris , p. 508
          20. England and Hanover Once More , p. 508
          21. Admiral Tirpitz Heard From , p. 509
          22. London's March of Victory , p. 509
          23. The Kaiser's Trial , p. 510
          24. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 511
          25. To a Childless Woman by Siegfried Sassoon, p. 512
          26. A Sonnet by A.B., p. 512
          27. Invocation by W. Kean Seymour, p. 512
        9. [+]
          August 30, 1919 Issue = 26 Articles
          1. How the World War Really Began by Von Bethmann-Hollweg, pp. 513-515
          2. Lenine's Change of Heart by J.K. Prothero, pp. 516-518
          3. The Anglo-French Treaty: A British View by Harold Cox, pp. 519-521
          4. The Author of 'In Flanders Fields', pp. 522-523
          5. One's Morning Paper and the English Language by Ivor Brown, pp. 524-525
          6. Frank Brangwyn, P.A. by E.T. Raymond, pp. 526-528
          7. Some Legends of the War, pp. 529-531
          8. Mr. Wells in the Land of Uz, pp. 532-535
          9. The Might-Have-Been by Walter de la Mare, p. 536
          10. Mr. Blint and the Discredited Spectres by Theodora Bosanquet, pp. 537-543
          11. That Young, Shy Clergyman by Max Beerbohm, pp. 544-546
          12. A Song by Robert Nichols, p. 547
          13. Red Tape, Railroads, and Government Management by A. Emil Davies, pp. 548-553
          14. A Destroyer and a Typhoon by Commander A.F. Everett, pp. 554-561
          15. The King's Highway by Katharine Tynan, p. 562
          16. What the Rise in the Cost of Coal Will Mean to Great Britain by Sir Auckland Geddes, pp. 563-567
          17. The Engineer as a Citizen, pp. 568-570
          18. The Cat by W.H. Davies, p. 571
          19. Talk of Europe, p. 572
          20. The Food Riots in Italy , p. 572
          21. Mr. Winston Churchill on America's Effort , p. 573
          22. Will Holland Give Up the Kaiser? , pp. 573-574
          23. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 575
          24. Fine Evening by Sylvia Lynd, p. 576
          25. Mist Mirage by Maurice Hewlett, p. 576
          26. Rosa Mystica, p. 576
        10. [+]
          September 6, 1919 Issue = 24 Articles
          1. The Heritage of Armageddon by J.L. Garvin, pp. 577-582
          2. Shall There Be a Germany Irredenta? by Professor Ludwig Quidde, pp. 583-585
          3. The Trial of the Kaiser, pp. 586-587
          4. The Choice: A Fantasy by Richard Buxton, pp. 588-590
          5. Aviation and World Brotherhood by 'A Military Plot', pp. 591-593
          6. Timothy Whitebonnet and Timothy the Cat by E.M. Forster, p. 594
          7. A Hundred Years of George Eliot by C.H.H., pp. 595-597
          8. The Future of British Music by Richard Walthew, pp. 598-600
          9. War Memorials by Professor W.R. Lethaby, pp. 601-603
          10. Dublin and Belfast by J.A. Strahan, pp. 604-610
          11. The Dancer by S.G. Tallents, pp. 611-618
          12. Some Memories of Malta by Camille Chemin, pp. 619-626
          13. Coal and Health by Dr. Saleeby, pp. 627-628
          14. The Wreck of Soviet Finance, pp. 629-631
          15. High Prices and Profiteering, pp. 632-634
          16. Talk of Europe, p. 635
          17. 'Enter Macbeth Walking in His Sleep' , p. 635
          18. The Emotions of a Demobilized Man by E.T. Walton, p. 635
          19. The Muffled Ship by John Galsworthy, p. 636
          20. In Behalf of Ruskin College , p. 637
          21. The Return of Bradford's Manuscript , p. 638
          22. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 639
          23. The Ape by W.J. Turner, p. 640
          24. Ghost-Raddled by Robert Graves, p. 640
        11. [+]
          September 13, 1919 Issue = 34 Articles
          1. A Proposal for a New Political Party by Winston Churchill, pp. 641-646
          2. The True Case Against Bolshevism by G.K. Chesterton, pp. 647-649
          3. Labor and the International Situation by Arthur Henderson, pp. 650-651
          4. 'The Cold Lairs' by Major A.W. Howlett, pp. 652-653
          5. Clifford's Inn and Samuel Butler by D.H., pp. 654-655
          6. What Is Evidence?, pp. 656-657
          7. The Civilian War-Mind, pp. 658-661
          8. Our Disappearing Young Ladies by D. Willoughby, pp. 662-664
          9. In a London Summer by Pamela Hinkson, p. 665
          10. The Garden of Memory by Katharine Tynan, pp. 666-671
          11. Paris and London by Hillaire Belloc, pp. 672-677
          12. In Praise of France by Philip Gibbs, pp. 678-681
          13. Going South in Italy by Norman Douglas, pp. 682-685
          14. The Way of the Serpent by J. Arthur Thomson, pp. 686-689
          15. Mexico: A British View, pp. 690-692
          16. Great Britain's Industrial Decadence by Sir Lynde Macassey, K.C., pp. 693-696
          17. Talk of Europe, p. 697
          18. Observations by Count Von Bernstorff , p. 697
          19. A Peace Day Mercy , p. 697
          20. New Names for the Times , p. 697
          21. A Paris Artists' Union? , p. 698
          22. Mob Law at Liverpool , p. 698
          23. The Revival of Pageants , p. 699
          24. An Invention Born at the Front , p. 700
          25. On Puns , p. 700
          26. The British Navy Estimates , p. 700
          27. 'Pussyfooting' , p. 700
          28. French Population and the War , p. 701
          29. Cardinal Mercier's Letter to the Soldiers of Belgium , p. 702
          30. What Is to Become of the Ex-Officer? , p. 702
          31. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 703
          32. Limehouse Wharf by A.H., p. 704
          33. Out of Captivity by Gerard Hopkins, p. 704
          34. The Well by Ella Young, p. 704
        12. [+]
          September 20, 1919 Issue = 25 Articles
          1. The Fall of Bela Kun by R.W. Seton-Watson, pp. 705-708
          2. England and Italy, pp. 709-712
          3. Education and War by Anatole France, pp. 713-714
          4. An English Hill by I. May, p. 715
          5. Rebuilding a French Village by Frederic J. Libby, pp. 716-717
          6. When Frenchmen and Americans Meet by Robert de Traz, pp. 718-719
          7. The Perfect Holiday by J.J. Bell, pp. 720-721
          8. Wandering in Sinn Fein Land, pp. 722-723
          9. The Passing of the Country Gentleman by D. Willoughby, pp. 724-726
          10. Modern Love Song by Robert Nichols, p. 727
          11. The Poetry of A.E. Housman by Holbrook Jackson, pp. 728-731
          12. The Jubilee of the Salvation Army by Richard Whiteing, pp. 732-734
          13. The Silent Drama by W.J. Turner, pp. 735-737
          14. The Sunken City by Edward L. Davison, p. 738
          15. Two Sepoys by C.A. Kincaid, C.V.O., pp. 739-746
          16. Machinery or Men? by G.R.S. Taylor, pp. 747-750
          17. Sir Walter Scott by W.P. Ker, pp. 751-759
          18. Utilizing New Sources of Power by Sir Oliver Lodge, pp. 760-762
          19. Ruin or Retrenchment the Choice Before Great Britain, pp. 763-765
          20. Talk of Europe, p. 766
          21. The Archangel Problem , p. 766
          22. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 767
          23. A Frosty Night by Robert Graves, p. 768
          24. Something by Robert Nichols, p. 768
          25. The Master and the Leaves by Thomas Hardy, p. 768
        13. [+]
          September 27, 1919 Issue = 26 Articles
          1. Lord Grey and America by Frank Dilnot, pp. 769-772
          2. The Irish Question through French Eyes, pp. 773-775
          3. Some Problems of British and American Cooperation by A.F. Whyte, pp. 776-779
          4. The Advantage of Being Prejudiced by Holbrook Jackson, pp. 780-781
          5. A Connemara Dinner by Paul Henry, p. 782
          6. Revolutionary Messianism by J.H. Rosny, pp. 783-784
          7. The Passing of Ernst Haeckel by 'A Former Pupil', p. 785
          8. The Emigrants by A. St. John Adcock, pp. 786-787
          9. Some New Letters of Horace Walpole by Lytton Strachey, pp. 788-791
          10. 'The Arrow of Gold' by Sir Sidney Colvin, pp. 792-795
          11. Smothered in Thrills by Ernst Bramah, pp. 796-801
          12. From an Old Escritoire, pp. 802-809
          13. African Blood, pp. 810-812
          14. The Dogma of Direct Action by Rt. Hon. J.M. Robertson, pp. 813-815
          15. The Soviet Nationalization Mechanism by I.V. Isaiev, pp. 816-819
          16. Talk of Europe, p. 820
          17. British Temperance Workers on a Visit to America , p. 820
          18. Epitaphs for Fighting Men , p. 820
          19. Hindenburg's Apologia , p. 820
          20. Coining Words and Phrases , p. 821
          21. The Opening of the Rodin Museum , p. 821
          22. Post-War Oxford , p. 822
          23. British Universities and the State , p. 822
          24. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 823
          25. The Wee Good People of the Hills by Rosamond Langbridge, p. 824
          26. Aftermath by Siegfried Sassoon, p. 824
      4. [+]
        Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1919 = 13 Issues, 333 Articles
        1. [+]
          October 4, 1919 Issue = 31 Articles
          1. Britain in Persia, pp. 1-3
          2. An Unfavorable Criticism , pp. 4-6
          3. A French Opinion , pp. 7-9
          4. The Situation in Russia by 'Auster', pp. 10-12
          5. The Bounder by Eden Phillpotts, p. 13
          6. In Protestant France by J.M. Hone, pp. 14-15
          7. The Vanished Tsarina by Marie Queen of Roumania, pp. 16-17
          8. Good Old Dumas by Oscar Browning, pp. 18-19
          9. On Rivers by A.V. Cookman, p. 20
          10. Gerhart Hauptmann's Dramas, pp. 21-24
          11. If I Were Four-and-twenty by William Butler Yeats, pp. 25-32
          12. Suggestions for a Tin Treasury by C.L.G., pp. 33-39
          13. Some of Our Young War Poets by Margaret Nevinson, pp. 40-45
          14. The Right of the Community to Exist, pp. 46-47
          15. America and the World Market as Seen Through British Eyes, pp. 48-50
          16. Italy's Economic Outlook, pp. 51-53
          17. The Coal Problem in France, pp. 54-57
          18. Talk of Europe, p. 58
          19. Marginalia , p. 58
          20. Who Wrote 'The Young Visiters'? , p. 59
          21. Joanna Southcott's Treasure , p. 60
          22. Tours in France , p. 60
          23. Epitaphs , p. 61
          24. Adventures in Champagne , p. 61
          25. The Kaiser's New Home , p. 61
          26. Once More the ex-Officer , p. 62
          27. Little Theatres , p. 62
          28. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 63
          29. The Roman Road by E. Le Breton Martin, p. 64
          30. Sonnet by John Masefield, p. 64
          31. Sporting Acquaintances by Siegfried Sassoon, p. 64
        2. [+]
          October 11, 1919 Issue = 25 Articles
          1. The Shantung Affair as Europe Sees It, pp. 65-66
          2. A British Liberal Opinion , pp. 67-69
          3. America and Ireland by Frank Dilnot, pp. 70-72
          4. Are We to Lose Italy? by M. Franklin-Bouillon, pp. 73-74
          5. The Valley of Achor by A.E. Morton, p. 75
          6. The Future of the Church by Rev. D. Kennedy-Bell, pp. 76-77
          7. Olympian Warfare by A Spectator, pp. 78-79
          8. Sir Edward Elgar by Sydney Grew, pp. 80-82
          9. The Importance of Keeping One's Nose to the Grindstone, pp. 83-85
          10. 'O. Henry' through French Eyes by Raoul Narsy, pp. 86-87
          11. An Apology for Snobs by G. Santayana, pp. 88-90
          12. Whiskey and Soda by Boyd Cable, pp. 91-97
          13. The First English Novelist by H.C. Biron, pp. 98-106
          14. Cuthbert, Alfonso, and Anatolia by Capt. Alan Bott, pp. 107-112
          15. Song by Robert Hiller, p. 113
          16. The Problems of English Farmers, pp. 114-116
          17. Village Industries, pp. 117-119
          18. The British Merchant Service by L. Cope Cornford, pp. 120-125
          19. Talk of Europe, p. 126
          20. Heaven on Earth , p. 126
          21. General Botha , p. 127
          22. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 127
          23. Night in the Woods, p. 128
          24. On the River, p. 128
          25. Darkness by Richard Church, p. 128
        3. [+]
          October 18, 1919 Issue = 27 Articles
          1. The Coming Elections in France by Pierre Mille, pp. 129-131
          2. Alternatives for the Allies in Russia by A.N. Briantchaninoff, pp. 132-136
          3. A Recent Journey Through Russia by William T. Goode, pp. 137-147
          4. The Trial of the Horse by Rabindranath Tagore, pp. 148-149
          5. Lord Grey, Shakespeare, Mr. Archer, and Others by George Bernard Shaw, pp. 150-151
          6. The Next War a La Mode, pp. 152-153
          7. Old Countries and New by Lord Charnwood, pp. 154-156
          8. Some Memories of the Russian Court by Marie Queen of Roumania, pp. 157-159
          9. Scientific Education, pp. 160-162
          10. Love Impeached by W.H. Davies, p. 163
          11. The Island of Saints by George A. Birmingham, pp. 164-169
          12. America and the English Literary Tradition by Vincent O'Sullivan, pp. 170-175
          13. Joseph by Katherine Rickford, pp. 176-181
          14. The Plumb Plan Through British Eyes, pp. 182-184
          15. Anglo-American Exchange by Charles Duguid, pp. 185-186
          16. After the Rain by Ford Madox Hueffer, p. 187
          17. Talk of Europe, p. 188
          18. Chez Dufayel , p. 188
          19. In Re the Kaiser , p. 188
          20. Lord Meath's Scheme for Ireland , p. 189
          21. Lord Fisher's Letter on the Navy , p. 189
          22. The State of Japan , p. 190
          23. Guarding the Rosetta Stone , p. 190
          24. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 191
          25. Chambers by Wilfrid Wilson Gibson, p. 192
          26. London Morning by P. Selver, p. 192
          27. The Moon Rose Up by Joseph Campbell, p. 192
        4. [+]
          October 25, 1919 Issue = 24 Articles
          1. Islam After the War, pp. 193-198
          2. To-day in Alsace Lorraine, pp. 199-200
          3. Labor and the League of Nations by G.N. Barnes, pp. 201-203
          4. Teaching Art by Roger Fry, pp. 204-205
          5. To-day and Disillusion by Osbert Burdett, pp. 206-209
          6. For Intellectual France by Paul Bourget, pp. 210-212
          7. England's Most Lovely Island by Stephen Graham, pp. 213-216
          8. Lord Loreburn's View of Sir Edward Grey, pp. 217-218
          9. Song by J.C. Squire, p. 219
          10. Talkers and Conversationalists by Douglas Ainslie, pp. 220-227
          11. The Rock of Fergus by J.A. Strahan, pp. 228-238
          12. The Holy Places by Arthur S. Barnes, pp. 239-244
          13. Bolshevism as a Working System, pp. 245-246
          14. Reorganizing the British Army, pp. 247-248
          15. The Color Question in South Africa by Harold Cox, pp. 249-251
          16. Talk of Europe, p. 252
          17. City Churches , p. 252
          18. Discontents , p. 253
          19. A Japanese Apologia , p. 253
          20. Prince Lichnowsky and Lord Grey , p. 254
          21. From a British Correspondent Recently in Germany , p. 254
          22. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 255
          23. Glimpses of England by H.A., p. 256
          24. A Song by Joan Thompson, p. 256
        5. [+]
          November 1, 1919 Issue = 28 Articles
          1. Disputed Territories: A Possible Solution by Professor Pauphilet, pp. 257-263
          2. The Future Military Policy of Great Britain by Lieutenant-Colonel Repington, pp. 264-267
          3. The Fiume Affair Seen from Italy by Astolfio, pp. 268-270
          4. Queer Trades by Richard Whiteing, pp. 271-272
          5. A Gift for America by Rene Bazin, pp. 273-275
          6. The Parnellite by Brinsley MacNamara, pp. 276-277
          7. Skepticism and Spirits, pp. 278-280
          8. Books from Germany by J.C. Squire, pp. 281-282
          9. The Washington Embassy, pp. 283-285
          10. The Meaning of Freedom by J.G. Vance, pp. 286-296
          11. An Airman at Zeebrugge by Paul Bewsher, pp. 297-305
          12. The Red Cross and Its Founder, pp. 306-308
          13. If Beauty Came to You by William Kean Seymour, p. 309
          14. Ocean Transport in the New Era by Archibald Hurd, pp. 310-311
          15. America and International Finance by 'Britannicus', pp. 312-313
          16. Gloucestershire---from Abroad by F.W. Harvey, p. 314
          17. Talk of Europe, p. 315
          18. Land Seizure in Italy , p. 315
          19. Noises at Night , p. 316
          20. Royal Treasures for Sale , p. 316
          21. What Japan Thinks , p. 316
          22. Uproar in Ireland , p. 317
          23. The German Ships as They Now Are , p. 317
          24. The Passing of Devonshire House , p. 318
          25. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 319
          26. Good Will by Eden Philpotts, p. 320
          27. Seventh Heaven by H.J. Massingham, p. 320
          28. Fantasy by Edward Neville, p. 320
        6. [+]
          November 8, 1919 Issue = 29 Articles
          1. The Vatican and the New States of Central Europe by M. Loiseau, pp. 321-326
          2. The Personality of Gabriele d'Annunzio by John Stapleton, pp. 327-329
          3. Italy: A Speech by Signor Nitti, pp. 330-333
          4. Berlin Revisited, pp. 334-338
          5. A Sorcerer of the Past, Cagliostro by Georges Lenotre, pp. 339-342
          6. Carmel in Palestine by Edward J. Thompson, pp. 343-344
          7. The Correspondence of Jemima Wynn by Louis Golding, pp. 345-347
          8. Gladiators, pp. 348-349
          9. The Wake by Paul Henry, pp. 350-351
          10. American Religious Cults by Rev. W.F. Cobb, pp. 352-354
          11. High Tide by K.A. Braimbridge, p. 355
          12. A Whole Holiday by Eden Phillpotts, pp. 356-361
          13. National Education and Internationalism by Fostor Watsen, pp. 362-366
          14. The Problems of England by Right Honorable David Lloyd George, pp. 367-373
          15. The Ridge by Wilfred Wilson Gibson, p. 374
          16. Talk of Europe, p. 375
          17. Science and the State , p. 376
          18. Steel Rails , p. 376
          19. National Physical Training in Great Britain , p. 376
          20. A Student's Voice , p. 377
          21. Night Signs on the Thames , p. 377
          22. England and France in Syria , p. 378
          23. The Geddes Brothers , p. 378
          24. Doctors' Bills in England , p. 379
          25. To All Cubists and Futurists , p. 380
          26. The Three Musketeers , p. 380
          27. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 381
          28. 'In Articulo...' by G.M. Hort, p. 382
          29. The Telegram by Colin Hurry, p. 382
        7. [+]
          November 15, 1919 Issue = 25 Articles
          1. Some German War Books by Viscount Haldane, pp. 383-394
          2. The Hope for Russia by Stephen Graham, pp. 395-399
          3. Timidity and Tameness in Wild Creatures by Frances Pitt, pp. 400-406
          4. The Theatre and the War by A.B. Walkley, pp. 407-413
          5. The Last Man by E.L. Darmady, pp. 414-415
          6. The George Eliot Country by Charles G. Harper, pp. 416-418
          7. Books for Children, pp. 419-420
          8. Classic Mythology by Andre Gide, pp. 421-422
          9. Kruppism, pp. 423-425
          10. Promenade Concert by Siegfried Sassoon, pp. 426-427
          11. The Life of Samuel Butler, pp. 428-432
          12. The Gilbert and Sullivan Operas by Ernest Newman, pp. 433-436
          13. The World's Coal Crisis, pp. 437-438
          14. Night Thoughts by Sylvia Lynd, p. 439
          15. Talk of Europe, p. 440
          16. Denby Dale Pies , p. 440
          17. The Little Town That Was by Phyllis Eric Noble, p. 441
          18. An English 'Ford' Story , p. 441
          19. Seen on the Road , p. 441
          20. The Perfect Gentleman , p. 442
          21. Red Trousers No More , p. 442
          22. Beer and Bernard Shaw , p. 442
          23. D'Annunzio's Proclamation , p. 443
          24. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 443
          25. Contrast by Geoffrey F. Fyson, p. 444
        8. [+]
          November 22, 1919 Issue = 20 Articles
          1. Japan Between Scylla and Charybdis by Ryutaro Nagai, pp. 445-446
          2. A Journey to Moscow and Its Sequel by W.T. Goode, pp. 447-455
          3. Three British Criticisms of Ludendorff by Hilaire Belloc, pp. 456-461
          4.  ---  by General F. Maurice, pp. 462-464
          5.  ---  by Colonel Repington, pp. 465-467
          6. Strikes in Literature, pp. 468-476
          7. Letters from America: Written by John Butler Yeats to W.B. Yeats, pp. 477-486
          8. Dreams by Arthur E. Lloyd Maunsell, p. 487
          9. A New Shylock by W.L. Courtney, pp. 488-489
          10. Traveling in Italy by Edward Storer, pp. 490-492
          11. Mr. Shaw Does His Bit-terest by St. John Ervine, pp. 493-494
          12. Objectionable People by R.W. Jackson, pp. 495-497
          13. Love Affairs in Novels by E.B. Osborn, pp. 498-499
          14. The Ethical Aspect of Strikes by F.J.C. Hearnshaw, pp. 500-503
          15. Talk of Europe, p. 504
          16. The Sacre Coeur Consecrated , p. 504
          17. Mind and Matter , p. 505
          18. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 505
          19. Evening on the River, p. 506
          20. The Stair by Wilfrid Wilson Gibson, p. 506
        9. [+]
          November 29, 1919 Issue = 26 Articles
          1. Wanted: Government for Ireland by G. Bernard Shaw, pp. 507-511
          2. The True Motives of the D'Annunzio Conspiracy by R. Seton-Watson, pp. 512-517
          3. An Interview with Lenin by W.T. Goode, pp. 518-520
          4. The Finder of Lost Things by Edmund Candler, pp. 521-529
          5. American Friendship for France by Henri Bordeaux, pp. 530-531
          6. Listen by Walter de la Mare, p. 532
          7. When Claudia Smiles, pp. 533-534
          8. Getting About, pp. 535-536
          9. Teaching the History of To-day by A Schoolmaster, pp. 537-539
          10. Age I Do Abhor Thee!, pp. 540-542
          11. The Churches in the War, pp. 543-546
          12. Geneva and the League of Nations by 'A Genevan', p. 547
          13. Development of Anglo-American Friendship by W.L. George, pp. 548-549
          14. Crazed by Walter de la Mare, p. 550
          15. The Runaway by R. Tagore, pp. 551-560
          16. Sonnet by Theodore Maynard, p. 561
          17. Taxing War Fortunes by Harold Cox, pp. 562-563
          18. Talk of Europe, p. 564
          19. Too Late , p. 564
          20. Stevenson's Silver Ship , p. 564
          21. Martello Towers For Sale , p. 565
          22. The English Church and Spiritualism , pp. 565-566
          23. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 567
          24. The Old Mole Trapper by James A. Mackereth, p. 568
          25. The Changling by Edward Shanks, p. 568
          26. Portrait by Francis Reeves, p. 568
        10. [+]
          December 6, 1919 Issue = 21 Articles
          1. The New Constitution of the German Empire by George Saunders#2, pp. 569-573
          2. Joseph Caillaux: A Character Sketch by Louis Latzarus, pp. 574-577
          3. Anti-British Feeling in America, pp. 578-581
          4. Thackeray in France by Lewis Melville, pp. 582-586
          5. The Fredrik VIII at Halifax by Rear Admiral Boyle Somerville, pp. 587-594
          6. D'Annunzio as a Poet of the War by Guido de Ruggiero, pp. 595-597
          7. Selina's Parable by Walter de la Mare, pp. 598-600
          8. Lafcadio Hearn on Victorian Poets by Laurence Binyon, pp. 601-602
          9. Conscience versus Law, p. 603
          10. The Visitor by Forrest Reid, pp. 604-606
          11. Lord Fisher's 'Memories' by Archibald Hurd, pp. 607-611
          12. Autumn by Frederic Irving Taylor, p. 612
          13. A Visitor in Poland by Mrs. Cecil Chesterton, pp. 613-617
          14. The Man of Ross by E.V. Lucas, pp. 618-623
          15. The Moth by Walter de la Mare, p. 624
          16. The World's Sugar Supplies, pp. 625-627
          17. Talk of Europe, p. 628
          18. Herr Thyssen's Revelations , p. 628
          19. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 629
          20. Mandoline by Edith Sitwell, p. 630
          21. The Look by Gertrude Pitt, p. 630
        11. [+]
          December 13, 1919 Issue = 25 Articles
          1. The Italy of the Moment by Mario Mazzucchelli, pp. 631-638
          2. England's Peril in Egypt by Sir Valentine Chirol, pp. 639-646
          3. The State Versus Religion in the New Germany by L.E. Matthae, pp. 647-650
          4. Is the War Ending in Disappointment? by L.P. Jacks, pp. 651-659
          5. Might, Right, and Intelligence by Paul Gaulot, pp. 660-662
          6. On Genius by Theodore Maynard, pp. 663-664
          7. Remy de Gourmont by Richard Aldington, pp. 665-667
          8. The Meaning of Pain, pp. 668-670
          9. The Vogue of Spiritualism, pp. 671-672
          10. A New View of Hamlet by J.C. Squire, pp. 673-675
          11. Apples, pp. 676-677
          12. Wootton Hill in Winter by Sylvia Lynd, p. 678
          13. Suspicion: A Scene from M. Bourget's New Play by Paul Bourget, pp. 679-681
          14. The End by Wilfred Owen, p. 682
          15. Soldier Reestablishment in Canada, pp. 683-685
          16. Talk of Europe, p. 686
          17. The Mystery of Edwin Drood , p. 686
          18. More Secret History , p. 687
          19. Bulwer Lytton Defended , p. 688
          20. The Tragedy of the Irish Constabulary , p. 689
          21. Dickens at the 'Old Vic' , p. 690
          22. The Author of 'The Journal of a Disappointed Man' , p. 691
          23. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 691
          24. Porphyro by Geoffrey Cookson, p. 692
          25. The Motor-Cycle by Godfrey Elton, p. 692
        12. [+]
          December 20, 1919 Issue = 30 Articles
          1. America's Rejection of the League, pp. 693-694
          2. Good Riddance , pp. 695-696
          3. The Danger of American Democracy: A Japanese View by S. Wasshio, Ph.D., pp. 697-700
          4. Great Britain's After-War Navy by A.H. Pollen, pp. 701-703
          5. George Eliot Again by Edmund Gosse, pp. 704-712
          6. Anemones by M.H., p. 713
          7. A Prayer for My Daughter by W.B. Yeats, pp. 714-715
          8. Women and Their Work, pp. 716-719
          9. Paris Revisited by Boyd Cable, pp. 720-721
          10. By the Sea Wall by Arthur W. Howlett, pp. 722-723
          11. An Essay on the Devil, pp. 724-726
          12. The Moving Picture and the School in France by Pierre Mille, p. 727
          13. Reynard the Fox by J.C. Squire, pp. 728-729
          14. On Having to Wait by Claude Tessier, pp. 730-731
          15. Gray by Martin Armstrong, p. 732
          16. Scotland and France by A. Francis Steuart, pp. 733-740
          17. A Glimpse by Jean Guthrie-Smith, p. 741
          18. For and Against a Capital Levy in Great Britain by Ernest J.P. Benn, pp. 742-745
          19. The Case Against a Levy by J.A.R. Marriott, M.P., pp. 746-750
          20. Talk of Europe, p. 751
          21. Dignity and Impudence , p. 751
          22. Innocence , p. 751
          23. More Trouble for the Peace Conference , p. 751
          24. Sir Horace Plunkett's Plan for Ireland , p. 751
          25. Memorials in Exile , p. 752
          26. In the National Gallery , p. 752
          27. The Kaiser at Bethlehem , p. 752
          28. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 753
          29. Discords by Osbert Sitwell, p. 754
          30. The Year's Decline by Wilfrid Thorley, p. 754
        13. [+]
          December 27, 1919 Issue = 22 Articles
          1. The Publication of the Dardanelles Report by Henry W. Nevinson, pp. 755-757
          2. Japan and America in the Pacific: An Australian View, pp. 758-761
          3. Past and Future Policies in Scandinavia by Chr. L. Lange, pp. 762-767
          4. Awakening Italy: A Visit to Florence and Venice by Philip Gibbs, pp. 768-774
          5. French Ideals in Education and the American Student by Henri Bergson, pp. 775-776
          6. Autumn Song by Ruth Manning-Sanders, p. 777
          7. Sephina by Walter de la Mare, pp. 778-779
          8. Social Gifts, pp. 780-781
          9. By the Peat Fire by Susanne R. Day, pp. 782-783
          10. Swift and Gulliver, pp. 784-786
          11. An Article on Particles by Alice Meynell, p. 787
          12. A British Officer Visits America by Hector Macquarrie, pp. 788-790
          13. Rupert Brooke by F.Y. Walters, p. 791
          14. The President of Tigrosylvania by Sir Sidney Low, pp. 792-797
          15. The American Critic by Vincent O'Sullivan, pp. 798-802
          16. Business News from Soviet Russia, pp. 803-805
          17. Talk of Europe, p. 806
          18. Another Shindy at Cork , p. 806
          19. The Editor's Note-Book, p. 807
          20. Night by Nita H. Padwick, p. 808
          21. Going and Staying by Thomas Hardy, p. 808
          22. It's Not Going to Happen by Rupert Brooke, p. 808
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    Issues of the 1920s = 10 Years, 350 Issues, 6,084 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1920 = 26 Issues, 545 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of 1921 = 53 Issues, 888 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of 1922 = 52 Issues, 842 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of 1923 = 26 Issues, 463 Articles
            1. [+]
              Issues of 1924 = 52 Issues, 947 Articles
              1. [+]
                Issues of 1925 = 52 Issues, 885 Articles
                1. [+]
                  Issues of 1926 = 45 Issues, 645 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    Issues of 1927 = 12 Issues, 239 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      Issues of 1928 = 16 Issues, 355 Articles
                      1. [+]
                        Issues of 1929 = 16 Issues, 275 Articles
                      2. [+]
                        Issues of the 1930s = 10 Years, 127 Issues, 2,709 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          Issues of 1930 = 19 Issues, 300 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            Issues of 1931 = 12 Issues, 267 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              Issues of 1932 = 12 Issues, 246 Articles
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                                Issues of 1933 = 12 Issues, 233 Articles
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                                  Issues of 1934 = 12 Issues, 252 Articles
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                                    Issues of 1935 = 12 Issues, 244 Articles
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                                      Issues of 1936 = 12 Issues, 251 Articles
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                                        Issues of 1937 = 12 Issues, 287 Articles
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                                          Issues of 1938 = 12 Issues, 302 Articles
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                                            Issues of 1939 = 12 Issues, 327 Articles
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                                            Issues of the 1940s = 2 Years, 20 Issues, 499 Articles
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                                              Issues of 1940 = 12 Issues, 296 Articles
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                                                Issues of 1941 = 8 Issues, 203 Articles