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THE NEW INTERN ATIONAL
A COMPENDIUM OF THE WORLD'S
FOR THE YEAR
FRANK MOORE COLBY, M. A.
Among the leading topics in the present volume—the nineteenth since the work began in 1898 and the fourteenth in the new series beginning in 1907—may be mentioned the following: The Presidential Election (article UNITED STATES), including summaries of the debates on the Treaty and other points at issue and the main features of the campaign; the League of Nations whose history during the first year of its existence is outlined under WAR OF THE NATIONS; and the long list of international quarrels, controversies, and partial settlements covered under WAR OF THE NATIONS and under the titles of the countries concerned, including the friction between France and England, the questions of German disarmament and reparations, the divergence of policy in respect to resumption of trade with Russia, Poland's war with the Soviet government, conflict among the Allies in respect to Poland, problems of Lithuania and the new Baltic states, Danzig, the Wrangel movement, Upper Silesia, the Adriatic Question and the Treaty of Rapallo, Armenia and the new Armenian Republic, the Turkish Treaty, the return of King Constantine to Greece, the Sinn Fein movement (article GREAT BRITAIN), spread of Bolshevism among Socialists (article SOCIALISM), difficulty between the United States and Japan, etc. Outside the political field the groups of articles dealing with labor subjects, agriculture, industries, and applied science are of especial importance, including AERONAUTICS; AGRICULTURE; CHEMISTRY, INDUSTRIAL; topics in ENGINEERING; MEDICAL PROGRESS; MILITARY PROGRESS (with an account of the military reorganization act); NAVAL PROGRESS; SHIPPING and SHIPBUILDING; the articles on the respective industries and products, etc. The death roll, including the Empress Eugénie, Wundt, Howells, and many other famous names, is unusually long.
FRANK MOORE COLBY.
AGRICULTURE BOTANY, FOOD, FOR EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES
ESTRY, HORTCUSTURE, IRRIGATION MILO B. HILLEGAS, PH.D.,
FORMERLY COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION OF EDWIN WES ALIEN, PH.D.,
VERMONT I'NITED STATE DEPAITMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SUBJECTS AND ALFRED CHARLES CRUE, PH.D.,
REGINALD GORDON, UNITED STALS DEPARIMENT OF AGRICULTURE;
ASSOCIATE EDITOR OF Industrial Management. E. H. SHKN (AGREU'LTURAL EDUCATION);
EXPLORATION; POLAR RESEARCH; WALTER 1. EVANS PH.D. ( BOTAXY AND
ALASKA PLAST DISA SES); JOHN I. SCHULTE (CROP
A. W. GREELY, PH.D.. PRODUCTIO); CARL N. LARSON (DAIRY
MAJOR GENERAL, UNITED STATES ARJIY: COM.. IXG); WLTER H. BIAL (FERTILIZERS AND
MANDER GREELY POLAR EXPEDITION.
: TEILE (RECLAMATION) ; NATIONAL BAXK OF COMMERCE, NEW YORK CITY. GEOREM ROMMEL (TOCK RAISING) ; AXD WILLAN A. HOOKER (VETERINARY MED
FRENCH LITERATURE ICIXE:
ALBERT SCHINZ, PH.D.,
PROFESSOR OF FRENCH LITERATU'RE, SMITH ANTHROPOLOGY (WITH ETHNOLOGY) COLLEGE.
ROPRT H. LOWIE, PH.)..
CHARLES P. BERKEY, CLARK WISSLER, PH.D.,
PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY, COLUMBIA ('VIVERSITY. A XERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY.
GERMAN LITERATURE ARCHAEOLOGY
AMELIA VON ENDE. CLIVER SAMUEL TONKS., PH.D.,
INTERNATIONAL PEACE AND ARBIROFESSOR OF ART, VASSAR OLLEGE.
CLINTON ROGERS WOODRUFF, LL.B., C. MATLACK PRICE,
SECRETARY OF THE NATIONAL MUNICIPAL
LEAGUE AND MEMBER OF THE MOHOXK COXFERFORMERLY EDITOR OF THE Architectural Record.
ENCE; FORMERLY PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF ASTRONOMY, METEOROLOGY
PERSONAL REGISTRATION, PHILADELPHIA. ('. FITZHUGH TALMAN, UNITED STATES WEATHER BUREAU,
LITERATURE, ENGLISH AND AMERI
PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH, DARTMOUTH COLI EGC.
LITERATURE (CONTINENTAL): SEE
FRENCH LITERATURE; GERMAN LITMUSEUM
TURING SUBJECTS; AERONAUTICS; MEDICAL SUBJECTS
EDWARD PREBLE, M.D.,
NEW YORK CITY.
C. DEWITT WILLCOX,
GUAGES, U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY.
ALFRED REMY, M.A., ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL
EXTENSION LECTURER, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, SCIENCE SUBJECTS
AND FORMERLY PROFESSOR OF HARMONY AND EDITORIAL STAFF.
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