The Times History and Encyclopaedia of the War - Part 163, October (Oct.) 2, 1917. Swiss Neutrality 1914-1917

By: Correspondents of The Times

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Abundantly illustrated with contemporary black and white photographs. Contents: Switzerland's position among the nations; the army; mobilization and its effects; declarations of neutrality; frontier incidents; German-Swiss and French-Swiss opinion; Herr Spitteler's Speech; Gradual change in public opinion; Swiss dislike of militarism; Methods of the General Staff; The Arrest of 'Times' correspondents; The Affair of the Two Colonels; British Ministers in Switzerland; Federal Council and President Wilson; Swiss Protest against intensified blockade; M. Ritter's action in Washington; The Hoffmann-Grimm Affair; Colonel Stegemann; The economic situation; Establishment of the S.S.S.; The 'Fiduciary Bureau; Coal and Cotton; Swiss-German Agreement; Smuggling - The Financial Situation; Various Loans - Swiss good works; Refugees; Rapatries; Evacues; The Missing; Visits to Prison Camps; Medical aid to belligerents; Grands Blesses; Internes; Protests by the Federal Council and International Committee of the Red Cross Against German Inhumanity. Average wear. Unmarked. Sound copy. It is recommended that this issue be read in conjuction with: Issue 89 - Sea Power and Neutrality.