Editorial Notes

March 1917
New Republic;3/17/17, Vol. 10 Issue 124, p177
Focuses on the sinking of the Algonquin. Fulfillment of Germany's threat to sink American ships without warning; Practice of differential neutrality against Germany; Working out of the crisis of the war; Struggle of Germany against its fears to preserve its morale; Success of Allies in the Near East and plain demonstration of superiority in the West; Contributions of the presence of Lord Milner in Russia to the steadiness of the alliance.


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