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The Better Germany in War Time - Being some Facts towards Fellowship
by Harold Picton
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Holderness, 26

Holyport Camp, 9, 64

Holzminden, 135

Hoover, Herbert, 177

Hope, James, 71

Horrors of War, 163

Hospital at Lille, 156-7, 258ff

Hospital Treatment, Prisoners in Germany, 12, 18, 20, 21, 23, 47, 48, 55, 57-8

"Hymn of Hate," 231

In the Hands of the Enemy, 31

Indian Prisoners at Wuensdorf, 55

Indian Prisoners, Wounded, 13

International Red Cross—see under Red Cross

International Review, 210, 220, 222, 228, 240

Internment Camps, Neutral, 121

Internment —Effects of, 6, 83-7, 110, 114, 120 —Origin of, 76ff

Is it to be Hate? 203, 205, 244

Isighem, 47

Isle of Man, 9

Jackson, Mr., 9, 10, 16, 19, 25, 27, 29, 49, 51, 52, 56, 57

Jealousy, English, of Germany, 252

Jens, Fraeulein, 136

Johnson, Capt. Benjamin, 13

Journalists Condemned, 232, 238

Kaiser, 207

Kerensky, 225

Kindness, Order Against, 196

Kirchhoff, Frau, 136

Klein, Albert, 238

Klein, L'Abbe Felix, 194

Kluck, General von, 203, 206-7

Knockaloe Camp, 114-17 —Accommodation at, Compared with Ruhleben, 115-16; —Prisoners' Aid Society, 136-7

Kolb, Annette, 232

Koelnische Zeitung, 148, 167, 168, 171, 178, 226

Koenigsbrueck, 49

Kothe, Oberst, 56

La Guerre vue d'une Ambulance, 194, 196

Labour Leader, 117, 175, 186, 189, 198, 235, 249

L'Action Francaise, 211

Landrecies, 31

Langen Halbach b/Haiger, 54

Laurie, Principal, 250

Leonhard, Rudolf, 229

Letters, German Soldiers', 237ff

Lichnowsky, Prince, 12, 133

Lichtstrahlen, 235

Liebknecht, 236

Lille, 153-7, 255ff —Hospital at, 156-7, 258ff

Limbau, 57

Limburg, 21

Lissauer, 231

Literature, German War, 228-34

Littlefair, Mary, 165, 212-14

Lloyd George, Mr., on the Two Germanies, 252

Lloyd's News, 192

Lokalanzeiger, 170

Lorient, 43

Ludendorff, 168

Lusitania, Sinking of, 178-9

Luxembourg, Rosa, 235, 236

Macnaughten, Miss, 203-4

Maffe, 37

Magdeburg, 10, 33, 46

Mainz, 20, 36

Malcolm, Ian, 6

Manchester Guardian, 26, 74, 106, 149, 190

Mann, Thomas, 232

Marck, Ludwig, 230

Markel, Dr. K. E., 144

Martin-Rade, Prof., 173

Marval, Dr. de, 41, 45

Marwitz, von, 206-7

Mather, Sir William, 244

Maubeuge, 154, 255, 264

Maude, Col. F. N., on the Prussian Army, 209

Mehring, Frank, 235

Merseberg, 23

Merseburg, 4, 51

Michelson, Mr., 12, 46

Minot, Mr., 93-5

Mond, Ludwig, 246

Monotony of Camp Life, 6—See also under Internment, Effects of

Morgan, Mr., American Consul at Hamburg, 47

Morning Post, 29

Mourey, Gabriel, 205-7

MS. Returned, 37

Mueller, Capt. von, 202, 205

Muenden, 23

Munich, 3

Muenster, 17, 28, 56

My Experiences as Prisoner in Germany, 33, 37

Motor-cycles, German Privates Ride Officers', 38

Namur, 37

Napier, Col., 26

Napoleonic Wars, Prisoners in, 123

Nation, 72, 167, 169, 173, 207, 221, 225, 235

Neubrandenburg, 48

New College, Oxford, 225

News of the World, 4

Newspaper —Advertisements in Vienna, 222 —Comments, German, 166ff —Reports, Inaccurate, 53-4, 82

Newton, Lord, on Prisoners in Germany, 26, 28, 105

Nies, Archdeacon W. E., 55

Nobbs, Capt. Gilbert, 7, 8

Nurses, French, 260-1

Observer, 107

Occupation, German Troops in, 205ff

Officers —German, and Privates, Familiarity Between, 38 —German, at Lille Hospital, 263-4

Ohnesorg, Dr., 12, 15, 18, 20, 33, 47, 48

Ohrdruf, 22

O'Rorke, Chaplain Benjamin, 31-37, 165

Orchies, Burning of, 257

Osborne, Lithgow, 1, 10, 19, 25, 50, 53

O'Sullivan, Private, 1

Ozendaal, 39

Packages, Complaints About, 6-8, 43, 50, 67, 96

Paderborn, Lazarets, 47

Padwick, Mr. H., 68

Page, Mr., 9, 11, 24, 77, 78, 81, 92, 97

Paillet, Leon, 11

Panzera, Col. F. N., 116

Parchim, 56

Paris, Enemy Nationals in, in 1870, 76-7

Pearce, Second-Lieut. F. Phillips, 2

Pegoud, German Tribute to, 224

Petre, Miss, 251

Portsmouth Camp, 9

Postman's Help to English Lady, 212

Prince Heinrich of Reuss, 38

Princess Friedrich Leopold of Prussia, 52

Prison, Military, at Cologne, 54

Prisoner in Austria, A, 26

Prisoner's Life, Monotony of the, 6 (See also under Internment, Effects of)

Prisoners —British, Alleged Bad Treatment of, 16, 24, 53, 60 —British, and Clothes, 23 —Civilian and Military, Compared, 83-7 —False Statements by, 66 —Food During Transport of, 46 —Friction Between, 5-6, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 52 —German Army and, 190 —German, Heroism of, 118-19 —German Populace and, 32, 36 —Harsh Treatment of, During Transport, in France, 43 —Harsh Treatment of, During Transport, in Germany, 16, 45-6 —in American Civil War, 123-4 —in Boer War, 125 —in France, 43-5 —in Franco-German War, 124 —in Germany, Lord Newton on, 26, 28, 105 —in Germany, Officers' Rooms, 23 —in Hospital, Germany, 12, 18, 20, 21, 23, 47, 48, 55, 57-8 —in Napoleonic Wars, 123 —in Russo-Japanese War, 125 —in Russia, 125 —Indian, at Wuensdorf, 53 —Indian, Wounded, 13 —Military, in Germany: General Conclusions, 62 —on Farm Work, 21, 68, 69 —"Reprisal," 36, 71 —Tact in Treatment of, 42

Queensferry Camp, 9

Railway Trucks and Interned Prisoners, 118

Rastatt, 60

Reciprocity in Good Treatment, 47

Red Cross, International —and English Prison Camps, 9 —Committee of the, 71 —Reports of the, 39-45

Release of Civilian Prisoners, Appeals for, 111ff

Repatriations —of Civilian Prisoners, 109 —of Prisoners of War, 58ff

"Reprisal Prisoners," 36, 71

"Reprisals of Good," 24, 105, 132ff

Reuss, Prince Heinrich of, 38

Rolland, Romain, 229, 240

Rotten, Dr. Elizabeth, 65, 85, 134, 138-40, 144, 158, 195

Roubaix, 258

Ruhleben, 84, 133, 135 —Reports on, 87ff

Ruhleben, —Accommodation at, 102 —Accommodation at, Compared with Knockaloe, 115-16 —Camp Committee, 99-100 —Leave of Absence from, 140 —Mr. Jackson on, 86 —Overcrowding at, 102-3 —Prisoners' Activities at, 106-7 —Relatives' Visits to Men at, 139

Ruhleben, My Visit to, 102, 107-8

Ruhleben Prison Camp, The, 79, 104

Rumours, 66, 156, 157 —Sir E. Grey on, 9, 24

Russell, Mr., 51

Russia, Prisoners in, 73

Russo-Japanese War, Prisoners in, 125

Sackville, Lady Margaret, quoted, 197

Salzwedel, 15

Scarlett-Synge, Dr. Ella, 50, 149-153, 209

Scheuen, near Celle, 17

Schloss Celle, 49

School-books, German, and the War, 171-3

Schopenhauer Society, 228-9

Schulze, Dr. Siegmund, 85-7, 103, 133, 144, 234

Schwantje, Magnus, 228

Schwerin, Graf, 95, 98, 104

Scotswood, 7

Senne, 19, 29, 41

Serbia —Austro-German Conduct in, 150-3 —Austro-German Prisoners in, 72

Serbian Prisoners and German Assistance Agency, 137

Shakespeare, Germany and, 242, 250

Sheffield Telegraph, 183

Soltau, 17

Sombart, Prof., 166-7

Soul of the War, 182, 208

Southend Camp, 9

Spaight, Dr. J. M., 75-6, 123, 125-6

Spandau, 52

Spectroscope Story, 140-2

St. Quentin, Germans at, 208

Staatsbuergerin, 195

Stange, Prof., 11, 12, 27, 30, 53, 144

Stargard, 8

Steen, M. T. E., on German Prison Camps, 62

Stendal, 50

Stettin, 68

Stobs Camp, 65

Stobsiad, 65

Stuecklen, Herr, 30

Sunday Times, 170

Swiss and Red Cross, 39

Sydney, 202, 205

Sympathetic Ink, 66

Taylor, Dr. A. E., 56, 101-2

Taube, Baron von, 88ff, 98

Tennant, Mr., 67

Tennis-court, Officer Prisoners', 48

Times, 1, 2, 3, 6, 12, 53, 64, 96, 132, 158, 161, 166, 178, 198, 201, 205, 216, 217, 218

Times Literary Supplement, 207

Torgau, 23, 24, 32, 33

Treatment of Prisoners—See under Prisoners.

Tourcoing, 258

Turkey, Prisoners in, 71

Uhlans, 37, 206, 209

Unruh, Fritz von, 229

Vermin in Camps, 41, 43

Vienna Newspapers, Advertisements in, 222

Visits Outside Camp, 35, 52, 55, 57, 105, 142

Vitre, 43

Volksstimme, 210, 222

Vorwaerts, 159, 175, 179, 186, 222

Vossische Zeitung, 237

Wahn, 18

War and the World's Life, 209

Warmington, Mrs. K., 214

Webster, J. P., 56

Weissen Blaetter, 231

Wells, H. G., 252

Werfel, Franz, 230

Wesel, Lazarets, 48

Westminster Gazette, 158

Wilson, Capt. A. Stanley, 26

Winchester, Bishop of, 12, 132-3

Wittenberg, 1, 50, 62, 129

Wolff, Theodore, 176-7

Woman's Dreadnought, 117

Women, French, and German Soldiers, 208

Working Camps, 48, 51

Wounded —Brotherhood Among, 182-3; —German, at Orchies, 257; —German, at Lille Hospital, 262-3; —German, Killed, 258; —Treatment of, by Germans, 187-195, 211

Wuensdorf, 55

Y.M.C.A. at Goettingen Camp, 11

Ypres, The Irish Nuns at, 207

Zetkin, Clara, 235

Zimmermann, Herr E., 170

Zossen, 23, 41, 66

Zueder Zollhaus, 18

Zwickau, 49

The National Labour Press, Ltd., Manchester and London. 28375



[Transriber's Note: The table below lists all corrections applied to the original text.

p. vii: par L'Abbe Felix Klein -> Felix p. 002: lights out at 10-45 -> 10.45 p. 009: [normalized] visited camps at Hollyport -> Holyport p. 014: [removed extra comma] insufficient, light -> insufficient light p. 016: [added opening quotes] "Clothing is furnished when required p. 026: his intercourse wth the German delegates -> with p. 040: [added closing quotes] cereals is impossible." p. 044: [normalized] Of Casabianda -> Cassabianda p. 053: the occurence mentioned -> occurrence p. 058: it seems very probable that -> It p. 074: most trivial beaches of discipline -> breaches p. 095: contsantly progressing -> constantly p. 100: recreation and asembling room -> assembling p. 107: [added closing quotes] skits on the camp, etc." p. 112: [added closing brace] (Editor of the Journal de Geneve) p. 112: official negotiaions -> negotiations p. 121: Even in neutral interment camps -> internment p. 128: [added period] by no means supports these charges. p. 139: so well satified -> satisfied p. 144: No interment camp -> internment p. 154: delapidated and without fire -> dilapidated p. 155: sme of them were so impertinent -> some p. 157: [added closing quotes] thanking me for my care." p. 159: grande loterie de Noel -> Noel p. 160: troops entered Centinje -> Cetinje p. 163: [added closing quote] go forward with our hands up.' p. 161: [added comma] from the Daily News, May 17 p. 167: herioc bravery-> heroic p. 170: bullets in safe reatreat -> retreat p. 170: This is a singuarly fair -> singularly p. 194: par L'Abee Felix Klein -> L'Abbe p. 198: [added period] to conceal them ever since. p. 205: [added opening quotes] "On the whole it cannot be said p. 207: imagination this aid-de-camp -> aide-de-camp p. 207: [added opening quotes] reviewer in the Nation, "that Herr Major p. 232: Deutschlands Jugend und der Weltkreig -> Weltkrieg p. 255: Francoise Lafitte Cyon -> Francoise p. 269: Guestrow i-Mecklenburg -> Guestrow i/Mecklenburg p. 269: Klein, L'Abee Felix -> L'Abbe p. 271: Turcoing, 258 -> Tourcoing ]

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