Table of contents for Ambassador Morgenthau's story / Henry Morgenthau ; with a foreword by Robert Jay Lifton, an introduction by Roger W. Smith, and an epilogue by Henry Morgenthau, III ; Peter Balakian, coordinating editor.


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Contents
List of Illustrations 000
               List of Maps   000
Editor's Note 000
     Peter Balakian
Foreword: "An Old Practice in Its Modern Development" 000
     Robert Jay Lifton
Introduction 000
     Roger W. Smith
Preface 000
I. A German Superman at Constantinople 000
II. The "Boss System" in the Ottoman Empire and how it proved
useful to Germany 000
III. "The personal representative of the Kaiser." Wangenheim
opposes the sale of American warships to Greece 000
IV. Germany mobilizes the Turkish army 000
V. Wangenheim smuggles the Goeben and the Breslau through the
Dardanelles 000
VI. Wangenheim tells the American Ambassador how the Kaiser
started the war 000
VII. Germany's plans for new territories, coaling stations, and
indemnities 000
VIII. A classic instance of German propaganda 000
IX. Germany closes the Dardanelles and so separates Russia from
her Allies 000
X. Turkey's abrogation of the capitulations. Enver living in a
palace, with plenty of money and an imperial bride 000
XI. Germany forces Turkey into the war 000
XII. The Turks attempt to treat alien enemies decently, but the
Germans insist on persecuting them 000
XIII. The invasion of the Notre Dame de Sion School 000
XIV. Wangenheim and the Bethlehem Steel Company. A "Holy War"
that was made in Germany 000
XV. Djemal, a troublesome Mark Antony. The first German attempt
to get a German peace 000
XVI. The Turks prepare to flee from Constantinople and establish
a new capital in Asia Minor. The Allied fleet bombarding the
Dardanelles 000
XVII. Enver as the man who demonstrated "the vulnerability of the
British fleet." Old-fashioned defenses of the Dardanelles 000
XVIII. The Allied armada sails away, though on the brink of
victory 000
XIX A fight for three thousand civilians 000
XX. More adventures of the foreign residents 000
XXI. Bulgaria on the auction block 000
XXII. The Turk reverts to the ancestral type 000
XXIII. The "Revolution" at Van 000
XXIV. The murder of a nation 000
XXV. Talaat tells why he deports the Armenians 000
XXVI. Enver Pasha discusses the Armenians 000
XXVII. "I shall do nothing for the Armenians," says the German
Ambassador 000
XXVIII. Enver again moves for peace. Farewell to the Sultan and
to Turkey 000
XXIX. Von Jagow, Zimmerman, and German-Americans 000
Epilogue: The Rest of the Story 000
     Henry Morgenthau III
          Index     000
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: World War, 1914-1918 Turkey, Turkey Foreign relations Germany, Germany Foreign relations Turkey