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New York Times Current History

New York Times Current History by Various

The New York Times Current History is a collection of articles and essays that provide a comprehensive look at some of the most important events and issues of the time. The various authors cover a wide range of topics, from politics and economics to culture and society, giving readers a well-rounded view of the world in the early 20th century.

One of the standout features of this book is the quality of the writing. The authors are all experts in their fields, and their articles are well-researched and thoughtfully written. This makes for a compelling read that is both informative and engaging.

Another positive aspect of the book is the breadth of topics covered. Readers will find articles on everything from the outbreak of World War I to the rise of modern art to the struggles for women's suffrage. This diversity of subjects helps to paint a rich and nuanced portrait of the time period.

Overall, The New York Times Current History is a valuable resource for anyone interested in learning more about the early 20th century. Its thoughtful analysis and wide range of topics make it a must-read for history buffs and casual readers alike.

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APRIL, 1915 Germany's War Zone and Neutral Flags The German Decree and Interchange of Notes Answering American Protests to Germany and Britain BERLIN, Feb. 4, (by wireless to Sayville, L.I.)--The German Admiralty today issued the following communication: The waters around Great Britain and Ireland, including the whole English Channel, are declared a war zone on and after Feb. 18, 1915. Every enemy merchant ship found in this war zone will be destroyed, even if it is impossible to avert dangers which threaten the crew and passengers. Also neutral ships in the war zone are in danger, as in consequence of the misuse of neutral flags ordered by the British Government on Jan. 31, and in view of the hazards of naval warfare, it cannot always be avoided that attacks meant for enemy ships endanger neutral ships.

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