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作       者:Picton, Harold W. (Harold Williams)

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出版时间:2017-11-28

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FOREWORD[1]

I. MILITARY PRISONERS.

Letters from Officers and Others.

Merseburg, Dœberitz.

Correspondence and Packages.

Altdamm.

Rumours v. Inspection.

Dœberitz.

Three Poor Camps.

Gœttingen.

German Help for Prisoners.

Cologne.

Crefeld.

Gardelegen, Salzwedel.

Guestrow, Muenster (Lager), Soltau, Scheuen, Schloss Celle.

Zueder Zollhaus, Wahn.

Blankenburg.

Senne.

Mainz.

General Remarks of Dr. Ohnesorg.

New Regulations.

Erfurt, Ohrdruf.

Mr. Gerard’s Comments.

Muenden, Friedberg, Torgau, Merseberg.

A Penny Blue Book.

A Prisoner in Austria.

The Food Question.

A Prisoner’s Report.

The Credulity of Hate.

Torgau.

Dogs.

Burg.

Censor Fined by Prisoner.

Visits Outside Camp.

Prisoners and Populace.

MS. Returned.

Another Prisoner’s Report.

Credulity Once More.

Ordinary Humanity.

Reports of the International Red Cross.

German Camps: Food.

General Result.

Vermin.

Tact.

Prisoners in France.

Later U.S. Reports.

Hunger During Transport.

Friedrichsfeld.

Organisation and Reciprocity.

Lazarets.

A Difficulty.

Some Officer Camps.

Kœnigsbrueck, Zwickau, Görlitz.

Schloss Celle, Wittenberg, Stendal, Food.

Reports and Information.

Favourable and Humorous.

Food.

“Atmosphere.”

German Professors.

A Contradiction.

A Military Prison.

Bavarian Courtesy.

Hospital Treatment.

Wuensdorf, Crefeld.

Muenster II., Muenster III.

Parchim, Brandenburg.

Cottbus.

Absence on Leave.

Limbau, Guestrow.

Hospital Treatment.

The Repatriations.

Conclusion.

Camps in U.K.

A Friendly Thought.

Unreliable Complaints.

Rumours.

Prisoner Workers.

Some Other Prisoners.

Turkey.

Serbia.

Russia.

An Important Comparison.

II. CIVILIAN PRISONERS.

Resident Enemy Nationals.

Origin of General Internment.

Civilian and Military Prisoners Compared.

Some Reports on Ruhleben.

A Controversy.

Short Rations.

Some Comparisons.

Absence on Leave.

Prisoners’ Activity.

A Friendly Enemy.

War Terrorism.

Last Days at Ruhleben.

Havelberg.

On Behalf of the Civilians.

“Rotting Away.”

A Report on Knockaloe.

A British Commandant.

Food Difficulties.

Two Kinds of Rumour and Some Reality.

Against Bitterness.

Neutral Camps.

III. PRISONERS IN PREVIOUS WARS.

Some Previous Records.

Napoleonic Wars.

American Civil War.

Franco-German War, 1870.

Russo-Japanese War, 1904.

Boer War.

Concentration Camps.

IV REPRISALS OF GOOD.

German Work for Prisoners.

“Joining Hands with the Enemy.”

The Spectroscope Story.

A Baby Case Visitor.

Prof. Stange.

The Last Resting Place.

I.—England.

II.—Germany.

V. WHAT THE GERMAN MAY BE.

A Witness from Serbia.

A Witness from France.

Another Sort of Witness.

War Zone Children.

A Soldier and the Children.

The Child in No Man’s Land.

Austro-Hungarians in Cetinje.

Not all Barbarians, nor All Chivalrous.

A German Priest.

Mutual Fears.

The Civilian’s Hate.

And Civilian Kindness.

Some German Newspapers and other German Comments.

School-Books.

Belgium and War Aims.

Against Annexation.

Germany and Contracts.

“Frightfulness.”

The Brotherhood of Enemies.

Wounded.

More Christmas Incidents.

Wounded Enemies.

Whose Fault?

An Order Against Kindness.

Our Common Humanity.

Are We Always Chivalrous?

Some British Opinions.

The Ease of Accusation.

Troops in Occupation.

From the International Review; a Common Memorial.

A Story from France.

German Help of “Alien Enemies.”

Brotherhood Again.

The Way of New Russia.

Thoughts From the Other Side.

War Literature.

From an American Lady.

Two Soldiers’ Letters.

Albert Klein.

Germany in Peace Time.

British Recognition.

Industries Dependent on Synthetic Organic Chemistry.

The Policy of Boycotting Thought.

APPENDIX

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