Keyword: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

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

By: Correspondents of The Times

Price: $199.95

Publisher: London, The Times: 1917

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 118a0920

Condition: Good


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... View more info