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1921. From the Introduction: The great war was ended by the armistice of November 11, 1918, and final peace was concluded on June 28, 1919. The lapse of time since has enabled the public mind gradually to emerge from the oppression in which it had been held by the awful cataclysm and to return to a more normal state. But sufficient time has not yet passed for the American public to arrive, unassisted, at a correct comprehension of the stupendous events of 1914 to 1919. Contents: A. Ante-War Political Condition of Europe. 1639-1793; 1793-1815; 1815-1870; The Franco-German War, 1870-1871; The Problem of Alsace-Lorraine; Other Political Events Contributory to the War Conditions of 1914 (1854-1914); Moral Delinquency and Spiritual Inertia as Essential Factors of the War; Responsibility for the War; The Food Blockade; Italy, Greece and Roumania in the War; America in the War; The Invasion of Belgium and the Enemy Countries; The Defeat of Germany and Her Allies; Peace and the League of Nations; The Summit; and After-Peace Conclusions.