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"Freedom of the seas," mean-
ing of, 122



INDEX



285



Friedberg, German deputy, re-
ferred to, 259

French Revolution, referred to,
15, 19, 46

Gebsattel, Major-General von,

quoted, 260
George III, attitude toward

Poland, 77

George V, referred to, 130
German Emperor, declaration

of war by the, 127
powers ascribed to the, 141
See also William II
German Empire, aspiration for

world power by the, 122-

124

constitution of the, 143-144
efficiency of the in war, 147
the transfiguration of the,

136-142, 145-146, 153, 171
"Germanic liberties," referred

to, 140

Government, the purpose of, 44
ownership as an economic

corporation, 24
Greater Germany, 93-96
Greece, the future fate of, 169
Greek Empire, the fall of the,

4-5
Grey, Sir Edward, telegrams

from, 128-129

Grotius, Hugo, referred to, 13
Grumbach, S., publicist, quoted,

250
Guarantees of peace, 278, 281-

282

Hague Conferences, The, 20,
83, 125, 136-137, 189-191



Hamburg to Bagdad route, see
Bagdad railway

Hapsburg, house of, referred to,
8, 154

Harms, Professor, referred to,
151

Hegel, referred to, 42-52, 63,
139

Helgoland, 124

Hirsch, German deputy, re-
ferred to, 259

Hohenlohe, Prince Alexander,
quoted, 267-269

Hohenzollern, house of, re-
ferred to, 89, 246, 263-
266, 270-271

Holland, future fate of, 155,
169

Holy Alliance, the, 19, 178

Holy Roman Empire of the
German Nation, 154

Humanism, struggle of with
tribalism, 5, 10

Ideals, international, 38, 41, 66
Imperialism, dynastic, 73-74
economic, 68-69, 70-71, 84,

120-121

See also Economic imperial-
ism
Industrialism, modern, 24, 30-

35

International ideals, the real-
ization of, 66

Internationalism, repudiation of

by Germany, 138, 148-149

International law, development

of, 27

existence of, 56-57
not wholly disregarded, 58-
62



286



INDEX



limitations of, 193, 198-199,

204

International organization, 40,

172-174, 187

International right, repudiated

by Tannenberg, 96

defied by absolutism, 182-

183

International unions, 199-200

Japan, referred to, 241, 244
Judicial decisions, enforcement

of, 196-197
See also Courts

Kant, quoted or referred to, 14,

43-50, 176

Kiel Canal, referred to, 124
Kohler, Dr. Joseph, quoted, 272
Kultur, the "holy" mission of,

90-91, 166
See also Culture

Law, origin of, 215-216
nature of, 49, 61
supremacy of, 4
See also International law

Law, Mr. Bonar, referred to,
115

Laws, of struggle, survival, and
selection, 1 73

League to enforce peace, 176,
281

"Liberty of national evolution,"
meaning of, 122

Liebknecht, Karl, quoted or re-
ferred to, 248-249

Liszt, Franz von, quoted, 122

Loebell, German minister, re-
ferred to, 257

Locke, referred to, 14



Louis XIV, referred to, 175
Louis XV, attitude on Poland,

77
Lycurgus, "the modern," 175

Machiavelli, referred to, 11, 21,
22

Maria Theresa, attitude on
Poland, 78

Mark Brandenburg, referred to,
151

Marriage, effect of in forming
nation-states, 8

Mexico, referred to, 241, 244
Gulf of, 100

Meyer, Professor Edward,
quoted or referred to, 136-
138, 141-142, 146-149

Michaelis, German chancellor,
declaration of, 265

Militarism, alliance of with in-
dustry and commerce, 30-
31, 34-35

Mittel-Europa, referred to,
151-152

Moltke, Field-marshal von, re-
ferred to, 166

Montesquieu, referred to, 14,
175

Muir, Professor Ramsey,
quoted, 121

Mumm, German deputy, quoted
260-261



Nation, what is a? 226
National monarchies, 5, 6, 12
Nation-states, formation of 6

not accidents, 7

not of pure race, 7

unity of, 7



INDEX



287



Naumann, Dr. Friedrich, Ger-
man deputy, quoted or re-
ferred to, 151-169

Neues Vaterland, anti-annexa-
tionist league, 251

Neutrality, nature of, 21-22

New Zealand, 117

"Open door," the, 206
Ottoman Empire, establishment
of in Europe, 3

future fate of, 169

reference to, 111, 244

Palace of peace, 137
Pan-German propaganda, 146,

151, 191, 251-252
Pax Romano,, 4
Peace congress of the future,

158
enforcement of, 62, 63, 197,

281-282
first article of a treaty of,

134-135
repudiation of by Tannen-

berg, 93

the pathway to, 277
under absolutism an "empty

dream," 48

Penn, William, referred to, 175
Personality, as a basis of rights,

43, 50, 223
claims of, 65
development of, 63
Phillips, Alison, quoted, 178
Poland, partition of, 77
Protection of citizens abroad,

duty of, 202-203
Prussia, domination of, 88-91,
141-151, 166-169



King of German emperor,

143

official philosophy of, 103
origin of, 150
Prussianism, denned, 273
Prussian peasant, political igno-
rance of the, 247-248

Reparation after the war, 278
Restoration, after the war, 278
Reichstag, Declaration by the

German, 265

limited powers of the Ger-
man, 143-144, 266
Rhodes, Cecil, referred to, 154
Rights, the foundation of, 51
Roman law, 4, 9, 12

republic and unjust wars, 9
effects of, 4, 5
Romanoff dynasty, the, referred

to, 246

Rousseau, J. J., referred to, 14
Russia, revolution in, 115, 246,
279

Saint-Pierre, the Abbe de, re-
ferred to, 176

Sarajevo, the assassination at,
112

Sazanoff, Mr., telegram from,
128-129

Scandinavian Kingdoms, the
future fate of the, 155, 169,
237

Scheidemann, Herr, German
deputy, 269, 271

Seeley, Sir John, referred to, 36

Sifton, Sir Clifford, quoted, 116

Six Great Leagues, for an-
nexation, referred to, 251,
254



288



INDEX



"Social consciousness," 220
Social Democrats, in Germany,

248, 257, 264, 276
"Social solidarity," 219
Society of States, a real, 106-

107
Solf, Dr., German colonial

minister, referred to, 257
Sovereignty, absolute concep-
tion of, 12, 14, 16
Althusius' conception of, 17-

18
as substance of the State,

10
consequences of the absolute

conception of, 27
definition of, 14
idea of unchanged by French

Revolution, 24
in American sense, 179-181,

188
in constitutional states, 55-

56
necessary limitation of, 183-

184, 188, 191
reconstruction of the idea of,

234

South Africa, 117
Spahn, Dr., German deputy, re-
ferred to, 268
Spencer, Herbert, referred to,

30
State, a business corporation,

31-32
absolute conception of the,

12-13
democratic conception of the,

217-219

fiduciary function of the, 153
fundamental function of the,
54



irresponsibility of the, in the
absolutist conception, 26

modern demands upon the, 29

nature of the modern na-
tional, 25

Professor Meyer's concep-
tion of the German, 138,
139

revised views of the, 79

theories of the, 41, 42, 43, 44,
46, 48

Treitschke's idea of the, 155
States, constitutional, 68

responsibility of, 37

the society of, 106, 107
Submarine warfare, 238-243
Sully's alleged "Great Design,"

referred to, 176
Switzerland, coexistence of dif-
ferent races in, 66

future fate of, 155, 169, 237
taxation in, 60

Tannenberg, Otto Richard,
quoted or referred to, 91-
100

Thirty Years' War, referred to,
175

Trade rivalry, 33-34

Treaties, German drafts of fu-
ture, 101-102

Treitschke, referred to, 155

Trench defenses in the future,
160-161

Tribalism, struggle of human-
ism with, 5

Tribunals, international, see
Courts

Troppau, the Conference of, 19

Trusts, international, 207

Turkey, intervention in, 184



INDEX



289



relation of to Germany, 97
See also Ottoman Empire

Unions, international, 199-200
United States of America, in-
ternational law in the, 56
reasons of the for entering
the Great War, 236-245,
274
Utrecht, Congress of, 175

Vienna, Congress of, 19, 157
Villari, referred to, 11

War, the unlimited right to

wage, 19-21
Wars, duration of modern, 74-

76

results of trade rivalry, 34
Waterways, 206, 279
Wellington, Duke of, referred

to, 117
Weltpolitik, German dream of,

92



Westphalia, Peace of, its effect,

76
treaties of, 13

William I, German emperor, re-
ferred to, 142

William II, telegram from, 131
revolt against produced by
Daily Telegraph incident,
142
See also German Emperor

White, Hon. Andrew D., re-
ferred to, 267

Wilson, President, quoted or re-
ferred to, 243, 246, 278,
281

Zanzibar, 124

Zedlitz-Neukirch, Prussian dep-
uty, quoted, 262-263

Zimmermann, Herr, German
Secretary for foreign af-
airs, quoted, 240-241

Zeppelin air-ships, 126



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