TheBritish Review, 1915, July, “How We Ought to Feel About the War”, by John Freeman, pp. 87–88.... the “denationalised pamphlet” of Mr. Barrett (heading?) (from the “Workers’ Freedom Group”).
| “One war, he proclaims, remains to be fought, war against the rich, the new reformation war”... p. 88. || N.B.
Rechtund Wirtschaft, 1915, June.
“TheGerman Trade Unions in the War”, by Dr. W. Troeltsch.
(Eulogies!! Quotes from Sozialistische Monatshefte).
Thesplit in W\"urttemberg (Stuttgart). Frankfurter Zeitung No. 319, second morning edition, November 17.
Indexof new books in the Winterthur City Library, 7th year, 1913–14 (has been appearing since 1907).
LucienDescaves, La saignée (1870–71).
Nex\"o,Pelle the Conqueror.
A. Schnitzler, Novellen, 1914.
[LEFT(SQUIGLY)-BOTTOM BOX ENDS:]
Paul Berger, After the Great Debacle: the Partition of Switzerland, Lausanne, 1914.
Written before the war; predicts a German victory, says Switzerland is threatened by partition.
N.B. p. 31, urges all-out struggle against “revolutionary socialism” in the army and schools. ]]
A. R\"uegg, Experiences of a Waitress, Zurich, 1914.
section III (“General Knowledge and Science
Theories of Origin, 1914.
(Modern Culture, III, IV.)
Aug.Bernard, Morocco, Paris, 1913.
E. Haeckel, God-Nature, Leipzig, 1914.
Rud.Kjellén, The Great Powers of Today, Leipzig, 1914.
A. Manes, The Social Part of the World (about Australasia), Berlin, 1914.
Rud.Martin, German Rulers, 1910.
Uhde,Feuerbach, Leipzig, 1914.
A. Zart, Bricks of The Universe: Atoms, Molecules, Stuttgart, 1913.
Taylor,The Principles of Scientific Management.