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industrial growth of, 241;
handicaps to, 246;
"Swadeshi" movement, 246, 248;
in South Africa, 278;
in British Columbia, 283;
in Europe, 289

Indian Archipelago, 282

"Indianista" movement, 124, 129, 132;
Japanese support of, 134, 137, 140

Indians of America. _See_ American Indians

Indo-China, population of, 18;
exclusion policy of, 18, 23;
revolutions in, 33 _ff._, 46, 87

Indo-Japanese Association, 32

Iran, population of, 57;
influence on, 57

Islam, brown race united by, 55;
in India, 55, 73, 79, 85;
57;
power of, 58 _ff._;
revival of, 58;
progress of, 60, 64 _ff._;
communication in, 61;
numerical strength of, 61, 64;
European relations with, 62 _ff._;
proselytizing power of, 65;
the Senussi in, 67 _ff._;
effect of Russo-Japanese War on, 70;
Japanese relations with, 70 _ff._;
Tripoli taken from, 71 _ff._, 204;
effect of Balkan War on, 72;
England's relations with, 73;
in China, 73;
in the European War, 74;
Versailles Conference and, 75 _ff._;
black race's relations with, 86, 92, 94;
South African progress of, 94 _ff._, 102

Italy, 50;
Tripoli seized by, 71 _ff._, 205;
South American immigration from, 114 _ff._;
conditions in, 176


Japan, independence of, 4, 8;
effect of white civilization on, 9, 12;
Russian war with, 12, 20 _ff._, 17;
population of, 18, 44;
exclusion policy of, 18;
Western civilization in, 20;
Chinese war with, 20 _ff._;
imperialism in, 21;
European War and, 25, 39, 41;
Chinese subjection to, 23, 26 _ff._, 30, 37, 247;
white race expelled from Asia by, 31;
Asia influenced by, 31, 33, 43;
England's relations with, 35, 203 _ff._, 291 _ff._;
Germany's relations with, 36, 212 _ff._;
Russian understanding with, 38;
in Siberia, 40;
Versailles Conference and, 42;
colonizing possibilities of, 45;
climatic requirements of, 47 _ff._;
militarism of, 49 _ff._;
Islam's relations with, 71 _ff._;
Latin America's relations with, 130 _ff._, 137;
American relations with, 132, 136, 286 _ff._;
Mexican relations with, 132 _ff._;
Indians affected by, 140;
power of, 172, 238;
Russian prisoners in, 205 _ff._;
Bolshevik propaganda in, 220;
industrial conditions in, 241, 246 _ff._;
excess population in, 268, 270;
Hawaii settled by, 279 _ff._;
British Columbia settled by, 283;
Chinese excluded by, 302;
Koreans excluded by, 302

_Japan Magazine_, 35, 291, 293

_Japanese Colonial Journal_, 37

Java, 84;
Bolshevik propaganda in, 220

Jerusalem, 72

Jews in America, 165


Kamchatka, 43

Kechua republic, possibility of, 125

Kerbela, 61

Kiang Su, province of, 27

Kiaochow Bay, Germany's lease of, 36;
Germany driven from, 36, 39, 213

Kitchener, Lord, 78

Kobè, 206

Korea, population of, 17;
exclusion policy in, 18;
Japanese possession of, 30, 43;
Colonization in, 45;
Hawaii settled by, 279;
Japanese exclusion policy against, 302


Lake Baikal, 40

Lake Chad, 68

League of Nations, 218

Lenine, 219 _ff._

Levantines in U. S., 165;
in Rome, 253

Liberia, 4, 89, 100

Lima, 125

Limehouse, 296

London, 72, 296

London _Nation_, 207

London _Saturday Review_, 186

Los Angeles Times, 287

Lybia, Nationalist movement in, 77


Madero, Francisco, 135

Malaysia, 250

Manchuria, Japanese threat against, 40, 43;
colonization in, 45

Manchus, 17, 24

Marianne Islands, 36

Marshall Islands, 36

Matabele, 96

Mauritius, French in, 280;
importation of blacks into, 280;
importation of Asiatics into, 280;
present conditions in, 280

Maya civilization, 126

Mecca, 66

Mediterranean race, 162 _ff._, 165;
in U. S., 165;
in England, 166 _ff._;
in war, 183, 261

Mediterranean Sea, 57, 77, 82, 88, 93, 101

Melbourne _Argus_, 21

Mesopotamia, 57, 84, 211

Mexican War, 133

Mexico, conquest of, 104 _ff._, 107;
dictatorship in, 110;
unrest in, 116;
Indian rising in, 124;
Aztec civilization in, 126;
Japanese relations with, 132, 134 _ff._;
anti-American feeling in, 132 _ff._, 136;
"Plan of San Diego" plotted in, 133;
Bolshevik propaganda in, 220;
cross-breeding in, 259

Mexico City, 135

"Middle Kingdom," 17

Miranda, 108

Mohammedan Revival, 56, 58 _ff._

Mohammedanism. _See_ Islam

Mohammerah, 61

Mongolia, Russia in, 38;
colonization of, 45

Mongolians, 17, 23, 130, 137, 139, 146, 285

Monroe Doctrine, 129, 132, 138

"Monroe Doctrine for Far East," 23, 30

Montevideo, 114

Moors, 65, 147

Morocco, Senussi order in, 68;
French possession of, 76;
riots in, 77, 82 _ff._, 93

Moslem. _See_ Islam


Napoleonic Wars, 58

Natal, revolt in, 98;
Asian immigration into, 272 _ff._, 278;
South African exclusion act in, 280 _ff._

Near and Middle East, brown man's land, 54 _ff._;
European domination of, 75 _ff._

"Negritos," 87

Negro. _See_ Black Race

Netherlands, a Nordic country, 202

New England, 256, 258, 294

New Guinea, 99

New Zealand, 278;
exclusion policy of, 281

Nicaragua, 122

Niger, 101

Nigeria, 210

Nile, 88, 101

Nordic race, 111 _ff._, 162;
decreasing birth-rate of, 163;
character of, 163;
effect of industrial revolution on, 164;
in U. S., 165, 258, 261, 266;
in England, 166 _ff._;
cost of war to, 183;
worth of, 199 _ff._;
in Germany, 201 _ff._;
constructive power of, 229

North Borneo, 46

Nyassaland, Mohammedanism in, 95 _ff._;
rebellion in, 99


Okuma, Count, 31 _ff._, 50, 131, 138

Ottoman Empire, partition of, 75;
cost of war to, 177 _ff._

Ottoman Turk, 55, 57, 146


Pacific Ocean Society, 32

Pan-African Congress, 99 _ff._

Pan-America, 130, 138

Pan-Asia Alliance, 234

Pan-Asia Holy War, 11

Pan-Asian Railroad, 212

Pan-Asiatic Association, 31

"Pan-Colored" alliance, 70, 229, 233 _ff._

Pan-Germanism, 169, 201 _ff._

Pan-Islam Holy War, 11, 70

Pan-Islamism, driving power of, 66 _ff._;
progress toward, 69;
result of Peace Conference on, 75, 79, 94;
the negro the tool of, 97, 100, 102, 237;
in the European War, 205 _ff._, 234 _ff._;
Asia affected by, 237;
military potency of, 238, 240

Pan-Mongolism, 28

Pan-Nordic union, 200

Pan-Slavism, 169, 201, 203

Paraguay, 110

Paris, 99, 122, 216

_Pax Americana_, 4

_Pax Romana_, 170

Peace Conference. _See_ Versailles Conference

Pechili Strait, 43

Peking, 43, 212

Pelew Islands, 36

Peloponnesian War, 173 _ff._, 196

Persia, 4;
Russian menace to, 38;
independence of, 56;
Japan's relations with, 70 _ff._;
in war, 74;
England the protector of, 76, 84;
Germany's relations with, 212

Peru, conquest of, 104 _ff._, 107;
settlement of, 113;
revolution in, 113;
politics of, 125;
Incas in, 126;
Chinese in, 131;
Japanese in, 138

Peshawar, 61

Philippines, independence movement in, 34, 43, 46, 83, 87, 137, 229

Pizarro, 105

"Plan of San Diego," 133

Poland, cost of war in, 178

Port Arthur, 153

Port Louis, 280

Port Said, 61

Portugal, 18, 115


Rangoon, 23

Red race, 5;
number of, 7, 104;
home of, 7, 104 _ff._;
cross-breeding with, 106 _ff._, 116 _ff._, 119, 128;
anti-Spain revolution of, 108 _ff._;
in Chile, 111;
in Peru, 113;
in Colombia, 113;
in Argentine, 114;
in Uruguay, 114;
in northern Brazil, 115;
anti-white sentiment of, 124 _ff._;
character of, 126 _ff._;
yellow race's relations with, 131 _ff._, 138, 140;
effect of Spaniards on, 141;
future of, 141 _ff._

Rhodes, Cecil, 200

Rio Grande, 5, 7, 103, 105

Roman Empire, 116;
fall of, 146

Rome, 50, 146, 199, 290

Ross, Professor E. A., 112, 118, 125, 131, 139, 140, 244 _ff._, 260,
264, 267, 269, 273

Russia, Japanese war with, 12, 20 _ff._, 31, 205;
Japan's relations with, 35 _ff._, 38, 151;
revolution in, 39, 214;
Bolshevism in, 40, 50 _ff._, 219;
Persia's relations with, 74;
white race in, 145;
and European War, 176;
cost of war in, 177 _ff._;
Germany's relations with, 187, 189, 194;
Nordics in, 202;
as part of Asia, 203 _ff._, 270

Russo-Japanese War, 12;
Japan's strength revealed by, 21 _ff._, 171;
23;
effect on Islam, 70;
African results of, 97, 149, 153;
effect on white race, 203, 205, 237


Saar, 215

Saghalien, Island of, 247

Sahara Desert, 7, 57, 67;
Senussi control of, 68, 87 _ff._, 93

Sailors' and Firemen's Union, 296

San Martín, 108

Santiago College, 112

Scandinavia, 145, 202

Senegalese, 209 _ff._

Senussiyah, history of, 67;
organization of, 67;
stronghold of, 67 _ff._;
European relations with, 68;
programme of, 69, 94

Serbia, cost of war in, 178

Seyyid, Mohammed ben Senussi, 67 _ff._

Shanghai, 244

Shansi, 245

Shantung, Germany in, 36;
Japan in, 43, 215, 297

Siam, 4, 17, 23;
Japan's relation with, 31, 45, 247

Sianfu, 245

Siberia, 6, 15, 18, 34;
danger of Bolshevism to, 40;
Japanese army in, 40;
colonized by Chinese, 48;
colonized by Japanese, 48;
settlement of, 149;
Russia in, 151

Siddyk, Yahya, 62

Singapore, 29

Somaliland, 68

South African Union, 96;
white population of, 98

Spain, the Moors in, 65, 147;
in Latin America, 106, 108, 111, 114, 118;
Argentina settled by, 114;
Uruguay settled by, 114

Spanish Conquest, 105

Steppes, 238

Sudan, 79, 93

Sudanese, in war, 210

Suez, 77, 103

"Survival of Fittest," 23, 150, 273

Syria, 57

Szechuan, 245


Tartars, 17, 57

Teheran, 61, 71

Teutonic Powers, 78

Texas, 133

Thibet, 29;
as Chinese colony, 45

Thirty Years' War, 202

Tokio, 22, 39 _ff._, 134

Tokio _Economist_, 131

Tokio _Hochi_, 50

Tokio _Mainichi Deupo_, 291

Tokio _Universe_, 37

Tokio _Yamato_, 38

Tokio _Yorodzu_, 292 _ff._

Trades Union Congress, 296

Transcaucasia, 57

Trinidad, 278

Tripoli, seized by Italy, 71 _ff._;
in revolt, 74, 77, 204

Tunis, 82, 94

"Turanians," 57

Turkestan, 38;
Chinese section of, 48;
colonization possibilities in, 45

Turkestan, composition of, 57;
population of, 57

Turkey, 4;
independence of, 56;
Tripoli taken from, 71;
Balkan War losses to, 72;
in European War, 74, 78, 209;
war losses of, 178;
German alliance with, 211 _ff._

Turkomans, 57


Uganda, Christianity in, 96

United States, 4, 10, 37;
in war, 39, 46;
Japanese relations with, 48, 99, 103, 132;
settlement of, 104, 121, 125, 129, 132;
Mexican relations with, 132 _ff._;
Mexican plot against, 133;
Mexican-Japanese alliance against, 132, 135;
Latin American hostility toward, 135 _ff._;
Latin American ties with, 137, 139;
Nordic race in, 165;
Bolshevik propaganda in, 220;
effect of immigration in, 256;
Hawaiian relations with, 279 _ff._, 282;
immigration menace to, 286, 289;
Chinese in, 286, 293 _ff._;
Japanese in, 286 _ff._;
Japanese excluded from, 292 _ff._;
immigration laws in, 308

Uruguay, 105;
population of, 114;
agricultural development of, 114;
European immigration into, 114 _ff._


Valparaiso, 112;
English character of, 112

Venezuela, 122;
Indians in, 128;
anti-American sentiment in, 136

Versailles Peace Conference, 42, 50;
Islam and, 75 _ff._, 187;
failure of, 215 _ff._, 233, 235, 307


Wahabees, 58, 67

Wars of Roses, 155

West African Guinea, Christian missions in, 96

West Indian Islands, 103, 253

White race, 3, 4, 5, 8 _ff._;
21, 34, 151;
numbers of, 6, 155;
8 _ff._, 21;
expulsion from Far East, 28, 31, 44;
Asia controlled by, 46, 47 _ff._, 53;
brown race's relation with, 55 _ff._, 146, 148;
62 _ff._, 70;
India's relation with, 82 _ff._, 124 _ff._;
brown-yellow alliance against, 85;
black race ruled by, 89, 91 _ff._, 102 _ff._;
in Northeast Africa, 93 _ff._;
African hostility toward, 97 _ff._;
in Africa, 98, 249;
in North America, 104 _ff._;
in Latin America, 104 _ff._, 110 _ff._, 118 _ff._, 123, 141 _ff._,
249, 302;
Indian race-mixture with, 106 _ff._, 116 _ff._;
Mexican hostility toward, 132 _ff._;
yellow race's relations with, 137 _ff._, 141, 146, 148, 151 _ff._;
expansion of, 145;
original location of, 145;
original area of, 145 _ff._;
original number of, 146;
effect of fifteenth-century discoveries on, 147;
progress of, 148 _ff._, 153;
effect of Russo-Japanese War on, 154, 171 _ff._, 203;
effect of industrial revolution on, 156 _ff._;
birth-rate of, 162;
division of, 162;
solidarity of, 169 _ff._, 199 _ff._, 204 _ff._, 306 _ff._;
in European War, 175 _ff._, 196, 199;
Bolshevik menace to, 219 _ff._;
danger to, 228 _ff._, 289 _ff._, 297 _ff._, 301, 303;
effect of immigration on, 251 _ff._, 278 _ff._;
exclusion policy of, 269 _ff._, 281 _ff._;
rise of, 299 _ff._


Yangtse River, 43, 244

Yellow Peril, 85, 139, 172, 213, 237

Yellow race, 5;
numbers of, 7;
home of, 7, 10, 12, 17 _ff._;
Russo-Japanese War triumph of, 21, 22;
expansion of, 28, 46 _ff._, 55;
white aggression resisted by, 56;
brown race's relations with, 85, 91, 100;
Americas penetrated by, 130 _ff._, 232;
Latin American attitude toward, 137, 139, 141 _ff._;
white race's relations with, 146, 148, 151 _ff._, 234 _ff._, 269,
272 _ff._;
in France, 204;
in war, 207 _ff._, 296;
Germany's relations with, 213;
military potency of, 238 _ff._;
industrial conditions in, 241, 272 _ff._;
in Hawaii, 279;
in Australia, 281;
in British Columbia 283;
in Central Asia, 303

Yemenite Arabs, 55

Yucatan, ancient civilization in, 126


Zambezi, 95 _ff._

Zanzibar Arabs, 95

Zawias. _See_ Senussi

Zelaya of Nicaragua, 122

Zulus, 96, 190;
revolt of, 98




FOOTNOTES:

[1] E. J. Dillon, "The Asiatic Problem," _Contemporary Review_, February,
1908.

[2] Ryutaro Nagai in _The Japan Magazine_. Quoted from _The American
Review of Reviews_, July, 1913, p. 107.

[3] Achmet Abdullah, "Seen Through Mohammedan Spectacles," _Forum_,
October, 1914.

[4] Quoted from _The Literary Digest_, October 24, 1914, p. 784.

[5] W. E. Burghardt Dubois, "The African Roots of War," _Atlantic
Monthly_, May, 1915.

[6] Yone Noguchi, "The Downfall of Western Civilization," _The Nation_
(New York), October 8, 1914.

[7] J. Liddell Kelly, "What is the Matter with the Asiatic?" _Westminster
Review_, September, 1910.

[8] Professor Schlegel in the Hague _Dagblad_. Quoted from _The Literary
Digest_, November 7, 1896, p. 24.

[9] Audley Coote in the Melbourne _Argus_. Quoted from _The Literary
Digest_, November 7, 1896, p. 24.

[10] Meredith Townsend, "Asia and Europe" (fourth edition, 1911). From the
preface to the fourth edition, pages xvii-xix.

[11] Quoted from _The American Review of Reviews_, February, 1905, p. 219.

[12] W. R. Manning, "China and the Powers Since the Boxer Movement,"
_American Journal of International Law_, October, 1910.

[13] Quoted by Manning, _supra_.

[14] E. J. Dillon, "The Most Momentous Event in a Thousand Years,"
_Contemporary Review_, December, 1911.

[15] Adachi Kinnosuke, "Does Japanese Trade Endanger the Peace of Asia?"
_World's Work_, April, 1909.

[16] Jean Rodes in _L'Asie Française_, June, 1911.

[17] René Pinon, "La Lutte pour le Pacifique," p. 152 (Paris, 1906).

[18] Quoted by Alleyne Ireland, "Commercial Aspects of the Yellow Peril,"
_North American Review_, September, 1900.

[19] Charles H. Pearson, "National Life and Character," p. 118 (2d
edition).

[20] Quoted by Ireland, _supra_.

[21] Quoted by Scie-Ton-Fa, "La Chine et le Japon," _Revue Politique
Internationale_, September, 1915.

[22] _The Literary Digest_, March 5, 1910, p. 429.

[23] _The Literary Digest_, January 18, 1908, p. 81.

[24] B. L. Putnam Weale, "The Conflict of Color," pp. 145-6 (New York,
1910).

[25] J. D. Whelpley, "East and West: A New line of Cleavage," _Fortnightly
Review_, May, 1915.

[26] _The Literary Digest_, July 6, 1912, p. 9.

[27] Quoted by Scie-Ton-Fa, _supra_.

[28] Quoted by Scie-Ton-Fa, _supra_.

[29] _The Literary Digest_, February 12, 1916, pp. 369-70.

[30] Alleyne Ireland, "Commercial Aspects of the Yellow Peril," _North
American Review_, September, 1900.

[31] _The Literary Digest_, November 13, 1909.

[32] _The Literary Digest_, July 5, 1919, p. 31.

[33] _The Military Historian and Economist_, January, 1917, pp. 43-46.

[34] W. G. Palgrave, "Essays on Eastern Questions," pp. 127-131 (London,
1872).

[35] Theodore Morison, "Can Islam Be Reformed?" _Nineteenth Century_,
October, 1908.

[36] Marmaduke Pickthall, "L'Angleterre et la Turquie," _Revue Politique
Internationale_, January, 1914.

[37] Bernard Temple, "The Place of Persia in World-Politics," _Proceedings
of the Central Asian Society_, May, 1910.

[38] Ameen Rihani, "The Crisis of Islam," _Forum_, May, 1912.

[39] _I. e._, the twentieth century of the Christian era.

[40] Yahya Siddyk, "Le Réveil des Peuples Islamiques au Quatorzième Siècle
de l'Hégire" (Cairo, 1907).

[41] Meredith Townsend, "Asia and Europe," pp. 46-47.

[42] F. Farjanel, "Le Japon et l'Islam," _Revue du Monde Musulman_,
November, 1906.

[43] Farjanel, _supra_.

[44] _Ibid._

[45] Gabriel Hanotaux, "La Crise méditerranéenne et l'Islam," _Revue
Hebdomadaire_, April 13, 1912.

[46] Arminius Vambèry, "Die türkische Katastrophe und die Islamwelt,"
_Deutsche Revue_, July, 1913.

[47] Shah Mohammed Naimatullah, "Recent Turkish Events and Moslem India,"
_Asiatic Review_, October, 1913.

[48] Vambèry, _supra_.

[49] Arminius Vambèry, "An Approach Between Moslems and Buddhists,"
_Nineteenth Century_, April, 1912.

[50] Special cable to the New York _Times_, dated Rome, May 28, 1919.

[51] Townsend, _op. cit._, pp. 82-87.

[52] A. R. Colquhoun, "Pan-Islam," _North American Review_, June, 1906.

[53] T. R. Threlfall, "Senussi and His Threatened Holy War," _Nineteenth
Century_, March, 1900.

[54] For details, see _The Annual Register_ for 1915 and 1916.

[55] Townsend, _op. cit._, pp. 92, 356-8.

[56] F. Garcia-Calderon, "Latin America: Its Rise and Progress," p. 49
(English translation, London, 1913).

[57] Although loose usage has since obscured its true meaning, the term
"Creole" has to do, not with race, but with birthplace. "Creole"
originally meant "one born in the colonies." Down to the nineteenth
century, this was perfectly clear. Whites were "Creole" or "European";
negroes were "Creole" or "African."

[58] Garcia-Calderon, p. 50.

[59] Garcia-Calderon, p. 89.

[60] Edward Alsworth Ross, "South of Panama," pp. 97-98 (New York, 1914).

[61] Ross, p. 109.

[62] Ross, p. 109.

[63] Madison Grant, "The Passing of the Great Race," p. 78. (2d edition,
New York, 1918.)

[64] Garcia-Calderon, pp. 351-2.

[65] _Ibid._, p. 287.

[66] _Ibid._, p. 360.

[67] Garcia-Calderon, pp. 361-2.

[68] _Ibid._, p. 362.

[69] Ross, "South of Panama," pp. 29-30.

[70] Ross, p. 41.

[71] A. P. Schultz, "Race or Mongrel," p. 155 (Boston, 1908).

[72] Garcia-Calderon, p. 222.

[73] _Ibid._, p. 336.

[74] W. B. Hale, "Our Danger in Central America," _World's Work_, August,
1912.

[75] G. W. Critchfield, "American Supremacy," vol. I, p. 277 (New York,
1908).

[76] Pearson, _op. cit._, p. 60.

[77] James Bryce, "South America," p. 181 (London, 1912).

[78] Ross, _op. cit._, p. 74.

[79] Ross, p. 89.

[80] Ellsworth Huntington, "The Adaptability of the White Man to Tropical
America," _Journal of Race Development_, October, 1914.

[81] Bryce, _op. cit._, p. 184.

[82] Garcia-Calderon, p. 354.

[83] Ross, p. 90.

[84] _The American Review of Reviews_, November, 1907, p. 622.

[85] The newspaper was _La Reforma_ of Saltillo. The editorial was quoted
in an Associated Press despatch dated El Paso, Texas, June 26, 1916. The
despatch mentions _La Reforma_ as "a semi-official paper."

[86] Gutierrez de Lara, "The Mexican People: Their Struggle for Freedom"
(New York, 1914).

[87] _The Literary Digest_, September 16, 1916, p. 662.

[88] Garcia-Calderon, pp. 329-330.

[89] Despatch to _La Prensa_ (New York), December 13, 1919.

[90] _The American Review of Reviews_, November, 1907, p. 623.

[91] _The Literary Digest_, December 30, 1911, p. 1222.

[92] J. M. Moncada, "Social and Political Influences of the United States
in Central America" (New York, 1911).

[93] Ross, pp. 91-92.

[94] Ross, pp. 92-93.

[95] P. 22.

[96] Townsend ("Asia and Europe"), pp. 1-4.

[97] Havelock Ellis, "Essays in War-Time," p. 198 (American Edition,
Boston, 1917).

[98] Réné Gérard, "Civilization in Danger," _The Hibbert Journal_,
January, 1912.

[99] Grant, _op. cit._, p. 100.

[100] Réné Pinon, "La Lutte pour le Pacifique," pp. 184-185.

[101] _New York Times Current History_, December, 1919, p. 438.

[102] _The Literary Digest_, August 29, 1914, p. 346.

[103] _The Literary Digest_, August 7, 1915.

[104] _Ibid._, August 11, 1917.

[105] S. K. Humphrey, "Mankind: Racial Values and the Racial Prospect," p.
132 (New York, 1917).

[106] Grant, p. 74.

[107] Ellis, p. 32.

[108] _New York Times Current History_, vol. IX, p. 272; October-December,
1916.

[109] _Current Opinion_, April, 1919, p. 237.

[110] _Saturday Review_, November 1, 1919, p. 407.

[111] J. L. Garvin, "The Economic Foundations of Peace," page xiv (London,
1919).

[112] Frank A. Vanderlip, "Political and Economic Conditions in Europe,"
_The American Review of Reviews_, July, 1919, p. 42.

[113] Herbert Hoover, "The Economic Situation in Europe," _World's Work_,
November, 1919, pp. 98-99.

[114] _The Literary Digest_, May 3, 1919, pp. 39-40.

[115] _Current Opinion_, April, 1919, p. 248.

[116] Quoted from _The Living Age_, June 21, 1919, pp. 722-4.

[117] Quoted from _The Living Age_, May 10, 1919, pp. 365-368.

[118] Pearson, pp. 14-15.

[119] His book "De l'Inégalité des Races Humaines" first appeared at that
date.

[120] Especially as expounded in Chamberlain's chief work, "Die Grundlagen
des neunzehnten Jahrhunderts" ("The Foundations of the Nineteenth
Century").

[121] Pinon, "La Lutte pour le Pacifique," p. 165.

[122] _The Nation_ (London), April 8, 1916, pp. 32-33.

[123] Eduard Meyer, "England: Its Political Organization and Development
and the War against Germany" (English translation, Boston, 1916).

[124] Captain Rheinhold Eichacker, "The Blacks Attack!" _New York Times
Current History_, vol. XI, pp. 110-112, April-June, 1917.

[125] Major Darnley Stuart-Stephens, "Our Million Black Army," _English
Review_, October, 1916.

[126] Ernst Jaeckh, "Die deutsch-türkische Waffenbruderschaft," p. 30
(Berlin, 1915).

[127] Bernhardt Molden, "Die Bedeutung Asiens im Kampf für unsere
Zukunft," _Preussische Jahrbücher_, December, 1914. See also his article
"Europa und Asien," _Preussische Jahrbücher_, October, 1915.

[128] Friedrich Delitzsch, "Deutschland und Asien" (pamphlet) (Berlin,
1914).

[129] Lic. Missionsinspektor J. Witte, "Deutschland und die Völker
Ostasiens in Vergangenheit und Zukunft," _Preussische Jahrbücher_, May,
1915.

[130] _The Economist_ (London), June 17, 1916, p. 1134.

[131] _The Literary Digest_, December 15, 1917, p. 14.

[132] _The Literary Digest_, December 15, 1914, p. 14.

[133] Official document.

[134] J. L. Garvin, "The Heritage of Armageddon," _The Observer_ (London).
Reprinted in _The Living Age_, September 6, 1919.

[135] In _The Daily Telegraph_ (London). Quoted in _The Nation_ (New
York), June 14, 1919, p. 960.

[136] Despite the legends which have grown up about the gaining of Haitian
independence, such is the fact. Despite the handicap of yellow fever, the


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