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GREAT BRITAIN.

GREAT BRITAIN. of the voluntary system, 285-tone to Turkey, 228, 296–298—the Con. of the Press, ib.value of the sular service, 298, 308_number Navy, 288—treatment of enemy of foreign banks, 306_want of aliens, 425-stable finance, 512– adaptibility, 310—use of a foreign conditions of industrial scientific agent, 311-carelessness in exeresearch, 520.

cuting orders, 312-defects of the Great Britain, loyalty of Canada, 225,

commercial traveller, 314-want 7, 11, 14-gold reserve, 85–87–

of foresight, 384, 386-commercial policy in the Near East, 170—

rivalry with Germany, 403, 412– economic dependence on foreign

the Bagdad Railway negotiations, supplies, 323—commercial union

487–528—position in the Persian with the Dominions, 325_amount

Gulf, 513, 518-negotiations with of income, 519, 545.

Germany, 522–527. need for a system of cheap Great Britain, emancipation of serf. credit to farmers, 226, 150

dom, 229, 405

development of policy in Rumania, 392—construc.

capitalist production, 407-manu. tion of a railway, 394—Bank of

facturers and profiteers, 408_class. Rumania, 397 — torpidity of

war between capital and labour, traders, 398—value of the imports,

ib.—fall of Capitalism, 409—Co399-indifference to the oil in.

operative Communism, 412—bank. dustry, 402-control of Egypt

ing system before the war, 481-83 and the Suez Canal, 411, 428—

-maritime commerce, 484. commercial interests in Palestine, The Economic Position of, 419 - Anglo-Palestine Company, 232, 489–518. 421-sympathy with the Jews,

relations with China, 233, 427.

15-acquisition of Wei-Hai-Wei, number of schools in Turkey, 19/treaty of alliance with Japan, 227, 158_need to organise the 24. food - supply, 179 — agricultural ratifies treaty with Ger. policy, 181, 186, 195_use of

many, 235, 2. agricultural motors, 195-ploughs, 199 tractors, 200 number of hostility of Ireland, 236, 155

under cultivation, 318– 157—policy, 169–171-number of agricultural workers, 318, 322- telephones, 308. population, 321, 328-adoption of

position, 237, 181-navy disFree Trade, 322—position in com

armaments proposal, 181–184merce, 329_relations with Italy,

total tonnage to be scrapped, 182 375, 383, 387-iron and steel

--strength of the fleet in 1924..183 industry, 542—competition with

-submarine tonnage, 186 notem Germany, 543—creative inven.

withdraws from the Brussels Sugar tions, 544-criticism of methods,

Convention, 192~trade with the 545_output of iron, 547, 551--re.

West Indies, 197–199-mail service, construction of Associations, 555_

200—Articles of Agreement with policy of international agreement, 556_relations with Ireland, 562,

Ireland, 214-number of

under arable cultivation, 321—fruit 566.

and vegetables, ib.--returns of live falling-off in the export trade stock, 322.

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GREENSTREET. Great Britain, Articles of Agreement Orthodox Church,' 122---position with Ireland, 238, 198, 206.

and education of the clergy, ib.number of newspapers, 239, 84.

superstitions dying out, 123—rela.

tion of the bishops to the parochial number of service air machines, clergy, ib.—the work of two 240, 75_coal, 108—danger from Synods, 124. Bolshevism, 321 - number of

Greece, shipping losses, 232, 473, 474. motor-cars, 323, 324— -acreage and ·yield of wheat, 341.

position in Asia Minor, 234,

436. relations with Denmark, 241, 205—with Russia, 207-foreign extension of territory, 235, 403 policy, 208---opposition to the note, 409“result of the election, French occupation of the Rhine, 410. 385..

claims territories, 239, 163, relations with Greece, 242, 335. occupies Smyrna, 165-167-foreign

relations, 173-retreat of the

army, Greathouse, Charles H., ‘Historical

175, 178-occupies Anatolia, 176 Sketch of the United States De.

evacuates it, 178 evacuates partment of Agriculture,' 228, 315.

Thrace, 180. Greece, war against Turkey, 223, 241; 239, 170, 174, 178, 213—

foreign policy, 242, 335, 342— relations with the Balkan States,

need for unity, 342–344. 223, 427-policy, 437, 447-hos- Greek architecture, 236, 379. tility to Bulgaria, 437--influence

Fear of Life, The, 242, 41-54. on Indian Art, 509.

Poetry in English Verse, 224, diplomacy of the Allies, 225,

297-326. 185–187; 228, 268-appeal from Serbia to fulfil her treaty obli- Portraits in the British gations, 225, 220m-policy of neu- Museum, 234, 22–40. trality, 223, 226-agreement with the Allies, 227-treachery to Serbia, Greeks, ideal of patriotism, 224, 79. 547.

total number, 229, 582-le. relations with Italy, 241, 1-4,

fugees, 583. 227, 380, 386.

-, character, 231, 384. abdication of King Constan. driven out of Smyrna, 242, 334. tine, 228, 268-the boundary, 362-364, 368.

Green, F. E., “ A History of the Eng.

lish Agricultural Labourer,' 235, and the Balkan Settlement,

179, 256-'A New Agricultural 229, 576-584.

Policy," 237, 313. moral standard of the Franks,

J. R., 'Short History,' 229, 370. 230, 130-territory assigned to, 170_loss of Monastir, 172.

T. H., an idealist, 229, 137. reform of the Church, 231, Greenstreet, James, three papers on 120 views of Meletios Metaxakis, the authorship of William Shake121--' A Draft Constitution for the speare's plays, 232, 194-196.

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Greenwood, George A., 'England Griffith, Arthur, articles
To-day,' 238, 344.

* Resurrection of Hungary, 229,

239, 245—the creator of the policy Sir Hamar, result of his policy

Sinn Fein, 239—character, 237, 208 in Ireland, 236, 162, 171.

-death, 238, 396-characteristics, M., member of the Committee 397. on Alcohol, 231, 64 note.

Griffiths, Percival, on the ill-treatGreg, W. R., “Essays on Political ment of natives by the Germans,

and Social Science,' 234, 235. 229, 392.
Gregory of Nazianzus, lines on bees, Grimm Dictionary, 240, 178.
241, 275.

Grodno, evacuated, 224, 575.
IX, Pope, condemnation of the
Modernists, 240, 10.

Grose, F., 'Military Antiquities, Grenfell, Julian, 'Into Battle, 230,

225, 418 note. 386.

' Grosse Politik,' 239, 280–282, 285, Greville Diary, extract from, 223,

286. 217 note.

Grote, Mrs, Life of her husband,' Grey, C. G., Editor of The Aero.

231, 22. plane,' 227, 203, 210 note, 212 note. Grotefend, E. L., 'Die Edelherren Lord, of Fallodon, criticism on

von Boldensele oder Boldensen,'

227, 342 note. his foreign policy, 223, 147; 241, 186-opposition to the Union of Grotius, Hugo, on International Law, 1814..223,221-memorandum on a

229, 235. blockade, 224, 229, 242—failure to understand the policy of Germany, Groves, General, on the military 225, 165-attitude towards the aeroplanes of Germany, 242, 449 Balkan States, 169, 183—on the

note. policy of Germany in the Balkan Grueneisen, V. de, ' Le Portrait,' 234, States, 179—tribute to Belgium, 39. 189-characteristics, 261—views on a policy of blockade, 268, 278— Grundy, Dr G. B., ‘Ancient Gems in member of the War Council, 227,

Modern Settings : being versions 513_policy in the Balkan States,

of the Greek Anthology by various 228, 353–on the Bagdad Railway,

writers,' edited by, 224, 324–326512, 523—foreign policy, 237, 155

· The Place-Names of England,' et seq.-on the need for economy,

228, 333. 239, 140—relations with W. H.

William Voris, on the system of Page, 311.

bribery payments in the Elberfeld Grierson, H. J. C., 'Poems of Lord Co., 232, 22–24~work on chemiByron,' Preface to, 241, 250.

cals, 33. Sir James, commanding the II Gsell, Paul, ' Anatole France and his Corps, 232, 353_death, ib.

Circle,' 239, 141. Grievances and Aims of Labour, Guardian,' the, spirit of the crew, 229, 541-558.

235, 229.

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GYE. Guerre, L'Europe au cours de Gunkel, Hermann, ‘Psalmen,' 230,

la, et la Question Polonaise, 412.
230, 474-503.

Gunnery, School of, 235, 127.
Gueshoff, M., Prime Minister of
Bulgaria, 223, 428.

Guns, The Sound of Big, 226,

216-227. Guest, Dr, 'Origines Celticæ,' 228, 345.

Gunshot wounds, The Early Dr Haden, on the C.E.C., 235,

Treatment of, 226, 452-469. 172.

Gupte, B. A., “Hindo Holidays and Guevara, Velez de, play 'Reinar

Ceremonials,' 236, 325. despues de morir,' 224, 377.

Gurlt, E. J., 'Geschichte der Chirur. Guiccioli, Countess, relations with gie und ihrer Ausübung,' 226, 452. Lord Byron, 237, 449.

Gustavus Adolphus, character of his Guild Socialists, the, 229, 436 ; 230,

army, 241, 261. 327 ; 233, 463; 237, 280.

Guthketch, A. C., The Prose Works Guilds League, the National, 234, of Joseph Addison,' 225, 238. 331.

Gutteridge, H. C., Nelson and the Guitry, Sacha, plays, 240, 68; 237,

Neapolitan Jacobins,' edited by, 348.

235, 353. Guizot, M., “ Memoirs,' 223, 218 note, 222 noteletters from Thiers, 228,

Gwynne, Bishop, Can England's 282, 284—on the Entente Cordiale,

Church win England's Manhood ? ' 233, 255-policy, 256-dispatch

229, 439. from Count Mortier, 264–266.

Gwynn, Stephen, The Life of Sir Gumbum Abbey, 227, 62, 71.

C. W. Dilke,' 228, 443. Gummere Richard M., Matthew Gye, Frederick, manager of Covent Arnold,' 241, 142.

Garden Theatre, 242, 285.

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Haase, Herr, Imperial Union of Haig and Foch, 239, 233–257.

agricultural co-operative societies, Haigh, E. Agnes, R., 'Child Educa227, 431, 435.

tion in India,' 229, 516. Habibullah, Ameer of Afghanistan, Haines, C. R., “Recent Shakepolicy, 229, 506-508—Malik-ul.

spearean Research,' 236, 225; 237, Islam, 515.

1. Habsburgs, The Last of the, I. Haiti, administration, 238, 147, 161.

The Emperor Francis Joseph, 235, 60–67—II. Archduke Franz Ferdi. Hakewell, George, on the merits of nand, 67–78—III. Karl the First

the ancients and moderne, 234, and Last, 78–83.

112. Hadjanesti, General, Commander-in. Hakki Pasha, negotiations, 228, 518, Chief of the Greek army, 239, 178

520. -shot, ib.

Hakluyt, Richard, "The Principal Hadley, Arthur T., Railway Trans- Navigations, Voyages and Dis

portation: Its History and its coveries of the English Nation, Laws, 232, 155.

230, 260; 236, 78–80_lines to the

bee, 241, 279. Haggard, Sir H. R., 'Rural Denmark

and its Lessons,' extract from 225, Society, Council of the, 236, 80,

30% Rural England, 242, 118. 82—publications, 83–91. Hague Conference, 224, 224, 234, Haldane, Lord, on the Expeditionary 245; 231, 211-213.

Force, 223, 131_result of his visit

to Germany, 225, 166—views on Conventions at the Peace

army organisation, 254—his TerriConference, 223, 565, 566, 576.

torial Forces Act, 435-member of Haidar Pasha, Port of, destruction,

the War Council, 227, 513-on the 235, 327.

question of teaching areas, 228, Haifa, German settlement at, 226,

4454Life of Goethe,' 235, 340, 415—trade, 420.

351-Committee on the Machinery

of Government, 421 et seq. Haig, Earl, congratulations to the

and Relativity, 236, troops, 230, 514.

147-154. Sir Douglas, Despatches of,

relations with Lord 233, 101-121.

Morley, 241, 185, 188—friendship address at the British with Lord Morley, 352-opinion Legion, 238, 328.

of him, 354,

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