THE EMPIRE OF “The City” – Part 9 (last) – Conclusion

 Uncovering Forces 4 War 0911

 

THE EMPIRE OF

 

The City

 

(World Superstate)

 

by E. C. Knuth

 

[Part 9]

 

The Five Ideologies of Space and Power

1. “One World” Ideology

2. “Pan-Slavic” Ideology

3. “Asia for the Asiatics

4. Pan-Germanism

5. Pan-American Isolationism

The 130 Years of Power Politics of the Modern Era

 

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I know of no way of judging of the future but by the past.

— Patrick Henry

 

 

 

 

 

Copyright 1946, by E. C. Knuth

Milwaukee, Wis.

Previous Edition, Copyrighted May 22, 1944

Chapter XI, Copyrighted Feb. 22, 1945

Printed in U. S. A.

 

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Table of Contents PAGE

 

Introduction …………………… 5

I. The Fundamental Basis of Internationalism …………………… 7

II. Geopolitics and the Background of Modern Wars …………………… 11

III. The Eastern Question …………………… 17

IV. The Concert of Europe …………………… 23

V. The European Concert Ends in the East …………………… 26

VI. The New Order of Freedom …………………… 34

VII. The New Order Ends in the East …………………… 43

VIII. The Liberals Against the Conservatives and War ………………. 50

IX. The Money Power in Power Politics …………………… 59

X. The Secret Sixth Great Power …………………… 67

XI. A Study in Power …………………… 72

XII. The Problems of The Peace …………………… 79

XIII. The Five Ideologies of Space and Power …………………… 86

XIV. Conclusion …………………… 98

 

Index …………………… 106

 

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XIV

 

CONCLUSION

 

December 31, 1945 (2nd Edition)

The foregoing matter of the first edition was written about two years ago and the “One World” camarilla has since advanced very close to its planned objective as may be apparent from a copy of the “Articles of Agreement of the International Monetary Fund and International Bank for Reconstruction and Development,” adopted at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, July 22, 1944; which appeared in “International Conciliation, No. 413” dated September, 1945, a booklet issued by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace with a preface by Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler.

The following sentences were selected from Article IX, Sections 1 to 9:

The fund shall possess full juridical personality.

Shall have immunity from judicial process.

Property and assets of the Fund, wherever located and by whomever held, shall be immune from search, requisition, confiscation, expropriation, or any other form of seizure by executive or LEGISLATIVE ACTION.

The archives shall be held inviolable.

. . . all property and assets shall be free from restrictions, regulations, controls, and moratoria of any nature.

The officers and personnel shall be immune from legal processes, immigration restrictions, alien registration requirements, and national service obligations; shall be immune from taxation and customs duties, immune from liability for taxes and duties.

No taxation of any kind shall be levied on any obligation or security, dividend or interest of the Fund.

This is obviously merely a precise rewording of the ambiguous provisions of the “Laws of England;” which, as variously developed hereinbefore, have placed the Bank of England over and above LEGISLATIVE ACTION heretofore, and made of it a sovereign world super-government; with the House of Commons prohibited even from discussing its activities, while the House itself was subject to the orders of “the executive” as to the legislation required by “The City.

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Thus the denizens of The City, who have heretofore been obliged to exist in furtive secrecy in the dark recesses of the Bank of England, are now able to abandon their lair to move into the magnificent structure of “One World” omnipotence erected by their henchmen, to rule their world realm in recognized and sublime dignity.

The British economy is burdened with numerous vested privileges which entitle their “proprietors” to everlasting perquisites out of the public funds. This “systeme” is recognized and supported by the British Labor Party, whose leadership is patently fraudulent and is neither Liberal or Labor, as is apparent from its naive proposal to buy the now empty shell of the Bank of England from its owners with money to be procured from the people of the United States. That even the administration of the British public treasury admittedly comes into this category of private perquisite should be quite significant.

But these vested perquisites of the British ruling class blanket the earth, and are asserted with such nonchalant and brazen effrontery as to overawe dispute into dumbfounded inaction, and they include practically every basic commodity of world commerce and industry, be it international news, shipping and port rights, canal tolls, coaling monopolies, cartel control over rubber (to all appearance even to its manufacture in this country), colonial trade restrictions, or dictatorial disposition over vast segments of colonial empire.

The weapons of the “systeme” are bully and bluff, bribery and besmear, and the bewilderment of the public by being able through control or intimidation of public sources of information to accuse each of the successive challengers of “One World” of its own ideology of world rule and exploitation; and to convict them of its own lies and crimes.

The modern dictators were the deliberate creations of international finance to plunge the world into that chaos out of which alone it would be possible to fashion “One World.

It was first necessary to make the people of all the world tractable and obedient to these plans in a successive process involving in their planned turn the people of the United States. The method by which this could be achieved was indicated 25 years ago by a leading financial organ in these words:

When through process of law, the common people have lost their homes, they will be more tractable and more easily governed through the influence of the strong arm of Government, applied by the general power of wealth under control of leading financiers.

The structure of world super-government revealed hereinbefore in documented step by step detail receives almost daily verification in the news of greedy Imperialistic contest for the loot made possible by American victory. The mask of sanctimonious hypocrisy usually assumed in these grabs has been largely dropped in the need for haste to beat Communism or Nationalism to the plunder in most of the lands of the world.

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The Chicago Tribune of Dec. 1, 1945, on its front page carried the inside story of Senator Moore of Oklahoma, in which is made public the fact that the mystic British Government owns vast holdings in 80 of the largest American industrial corporations, among which are listed 434,000 shares of General Motors and 315,000 shares of Standard Oil of Indiana. At a moment when the market has reached at 14 year peak, the “smart” money of the foreign clique which engineered the market excess of 1929 and thereby broke the back of the American economy, again overhangs the market.

The American public was blindly led to the slaughter then like so many sheep being driven up the ramp at the abattoir, with endless years of ruin and fear to follow for the millions. Its government is now likewise being deliberately led into economic disaster, for history records that every excess is followed by reaction in direct proportion to its extremity.
Lord Keynes is termed the world’s most influential living economist and the key man of Britain’s treasury, in an article by Noel F. Busch in the Sept. 17, 1945, issue of Life. Mr. Busch records that, as economic adviser to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, he had come to Washington to obtain a satisfactory substitute for Lend-Lease.
Lord Keynes, who is a neighbor in Cambridge of Lord Rothschild, and who is a director of the Bank of England, and who was the chief financial adviser of David Lloyd George in drafting the financial clauses of the Versailles Treaty, is credited with being indirectly responsible for the New Deal policy of endless spending, and is revealed as the originator of the Bretton Woods plan.

The financial clauses of the Versailles Treaty are perhaps the most fantastically unreal parts of this most perfidious instrument ever devised, and from a practical standpoint comprise merely so much gibberish. It is then significant to note that the leading protagonist of these clauses is described 25 years later as being consistently inconsistent in his economic concepts, with a remarkable facility to contradict himself whenever this seems appropriate. It is further developed that Keynes, who is a director also of a number of leading financial corporations of “The City”, should not alone be blamed for the 1929 American market crash, which it is indicated he naturally foresaw a long time in advance, and out of which he personally profited immensely.
On Dec. 9, 1945, Representative White of Idaho, cited voluminous statistics showing Great Britain has nearly 50 billion dollars worth of assets, among them 2 1/2 billion dollars invested in American industry. There is no indication of any comparable American holdings of British industry, nevertheless the British Government demanded and was awarded several billions of dollars on a plea of poverty, backed up with a threat of economic reprisal.

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The British Government had already been given about 30 billion dollars, much of it for non-war purposes and for reasons that were obviously incorrect and spurious, to the stage where the American economy is apparently out of control and rapidly moving to destruction.
Repr. White developed that while this lend-lease was under way to an alleged bankrupt British Government, that British Government was able, by a financial mumbo-jumbo which does not permit the right hand to know what the left hand is doing, to purchase 600 million dollars of American gold; and that, in addition, it was lend-leased 300 million ounces of silver. Neither International Finance or any other system of finance disposes over any mystical or magical formula, unless the periodical watering and unwatering of money values can be rated as such; and all these mysterious financial convolutions in the end boil down to the simplest of simple arithmetic; to the continued plunder of the American economic system with the planned purpose of its destruction.

Two interesting accounts appeared on the front page of the Chicago Tribune of Dec. 6, 1945. In one, Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hurley, former special ambassador to China, charges career men in the state department with sabotaging American foreign policy by fighting for the imperialistic designs of Great Britain, Holland and France; nations, as developed hereinbefore, whose financial systems are dominated by The City. The other account is of the first dinner meeting of the Pilgrim Society since the outbreak of the war, in which it is identified as a “hands across the sea organization.” It recounts that both Labor Prime Minister Atlee and the lord high chancellor of the Laborite government, Lord Jowitt, were among the speakers; and that Lord Jowitt had stated he had greeted the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, in which 3,000 Americans died, with “thank God for that.” Prime Minister Atlee lauded the United States “for having conquered all and given great satisfaction to everybody here.

It is likely that this dinner meeting was held at the ultra exclusive club of the Conservatives, the renowned Carlton Club, traditional meeting place of the Pilgrims. According to accounts, this club purveys the very finest in service of any club in all the world. It seems strange to find alleged Laborites and Liberals as honored guests at this rededication function of their alleged opponents.

The same newspaper in the same issue of Dec. 6, 1945, entitles its leading editorial, “Senators Who Lied;” and then develops that Senators Connally and Vandenberg welshed three months later on the pledges they and their fellow delegate, John Foster Dulles, associate of the American Pilgrim president, Dr. Nicholas Butler, on the board of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, had made to the American people at San Francisco.

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On Dec. 10, 1945, Gen. Hurley charged that the United Kingdom Commercial Corporation, a profit making corporation owned by the British government, was selling American lend-lease supplies in 18 countries and keeping the money. This charge was termed “utterly fantastic” by Dean Acheson, Undersecretary of State, who stated further that Gen. Hurley never had understood the lend-lease system in the middle east. Mr. Hurley testified in a hearing of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on this date in part, as follows:

The British corporation was selling American automobile tires. I required the corporation to put the money in the bank to pay for them. And I am told the money was given back to the corporation later by Mr. Acheson.

Gen. Hurley is an eminent attorney, soldier and statesman, who was awarded the distinguished service medal as a general officer in World War I, and who served as Secretary of War in the last Republican administration. His charge, in effect, of treachery and treason, was insolently and contemptuously dismissed as mere exaggeration and lack of ordinary intelligence.

Franklin D. Roosevelt asserted that economists have revised their fundamental conceptions every few years to conform with the trend of economic tides. But our leading legal lights have moved with the celerity of weather vanes in revising their conceptions and interpretations and application of basic Constitutional law in order to remain compatible with their status on the public payroll. It would seem that the weasel worded interpretations of leading jurists threaten to undermine and bring discredit, not only to its practitioners, but to the entire American legal structure.

The Constitution of the United States is written in plain words, and these words were intended to apply in their broadest meaning. It is not written in legal terminology, and does not require and should not tolerate the layer upon layer of pseudo legal inhibitions with which it has been encrusted, with each successive layer drawing increasing sustenance from preceding layers; to the end, that the Internationalist clique is now able to nullify any part of it at will.

Opposed by only 7 votes, the United States Senate, whose members are incidentally largely lawyers, voted to surrender part of the functions of the Senate and to set aside part of the Constitution of the United States, that Constitution which alone is authority for the existence of a Senate, and to delegate these functions to a foreign organization of world government; which by the provisions cited previously herein proposes thereafter to be no longer subject to any legislative action.

Members of the Congress have been subject to an intensive process of intimidation. Leading Nationalists were nearly all Republicans and many of them were already eliminated in 1932 to 1936. The lot of the transgressor against the plans of the “One Worlders” has been a hard and unhappy one since then. More of the most outstanding Nationalists were eliminated by lavish use of the taxpayers money for vicious smear campaigns.

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The American people have been literally drugged by propaganda. Big lies have become exposed, but have been simply wiped out by bigger lies. Of these bigger lies, such as his “Give us the tools” and other monstrous exaggerations, Winston Churchill has nonchalantly observed that he lied because it was necessary.
The International clique would obviously attempt to frustrate counter attack on their astonishing and complicated pseudo legal structure of encroachment, by guiding this attack into the groove of procrastination, indirection, capriciousness and pure duplicity which has become a mark of American legal procedure in matters of this kind, and which made even the conviction of city gang leaders operating with the connivance of their own legal talent nearly impossible. This would mean that the finely limned maze of legal duplicity designed by them would have to be laboriously retraced and unsnarled, with scant chance of success.
American jurisprudence has become a ponderous and pompous tool of frustration of justice, in which legal technicalities permit the introduction of vast masses of matter unrelated to the direct issue and so permit the issue to be submerged. As officers of the court, the legal fraternity is accustomed to glibly interject its own versions to obscure the real issue and long practical observation indicates that no matter how obviously unreal they are, they seldom meet with rebuke from the court. It deliberately insults and belittles the public in the role of witness and puts on a show of extravagant professional superiority, not assumed by the members of any learned profession, in what can be termed pure judicial arrogance. The abominations of mass trials, which the legal profession has tolerated with but slight protest, can well be laid on its doorstep.

To cut this Gordian knot of organized and disorganized frustration, and to reduce this complex situation to its least common denominator, it would seem that the Constitution of the United States speaks for itself directly and needs no interpretations or interpreters; that the morning after the people have awakened to their peril and have elected a Congress of American Nationalists, these things and secret world orders will have ceased. The fantastic structure of world wide plunder and exploitation of humanity, masquerading as world law and order, is becoming more exposed day by day as its organizers climb further out on a limb, and it would then only await orderly disposition.
The principal purpose of the League of Nations was to validate Internationalist plunder with a spurious seal of world law and to gain time for its proponents to prepare for the inevitable World War II. The United Nations Organization is a product of the same group, in fact of many of the same men, and its purpose is precisely the same and to prepare for the inevitable World War III.

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The presumption with which the henchmen of this racket are forcing their agents into control of still not fully subdued sovereign nations of Europe, Asia and South America, provides only a superficial preview of the endless bloody pacification that lies ahead, in which the money of the American taxpayer and the blood of American boys is to carry a large part of the cost.

The same group has succeeded in erasing even the memory of the Concert of Europe from the public mind, despite the fact that it functioned up to 1898 and that its agreements were still used as the basis for the Conference at Algeciras in 1906. In its approximately 85 year life it had erected an imposing structure of International Law. When the International clique sabotaged and destroyed this legitimate and effective structure of world law and order, they destroyed its International Law. The Internationalist pretention that laws substituted by them largely through the device of the “Order-in-Council” constitutes International Law rests on pure deceit.

The former precisely worded agreements between the nations made under the auspices of the Concert of Europe, blanketed the world. This machinery of arbitration was first undermined by secret bribery, then gradually disintegrated and demolished by “The City” through conspicuous and flagrant purchase of votes and general intimidation of the minor nations. “The City” administered the coupe de grace to the Concert of Europe with the formation of the overwhelming British-French-Dutch-Japanese-American imperialistic combine of 1897, which awarded the Philippine Islands and permission to build the Panama Canal to America as her quid pro quo.

Thus did International Finance degrade the world back to the law of the jungle. Then, to cover up, it immediately organized the abortive and make-believe Hague World Court in 1899 as a stopgap to confound humanity until its forces could be aligned for the now imminent and inevitable World War I. The decisive moment for this conflict came when the control of Italy had been bought for its agents, and Italy could be removed from its Triple Alliance with Germany and Austria-Hungary. The hallucination that Britain and its allies were then the innocent victims of an unprovoked and unanticipated attack is a triumph of the propaganda machine of “The City,” and its almost absolute control over world news and sources of public information.

The utterly spurious nature of the Hague Court is readily evident from the few piddling and immaterial issues that were allowed to enter its hallowed portals for disposition in the period from 1899 to 1914, while none of the victims of the rampant British Imperialistic expansion of this period, and not one of the earth-shaking conflicts just prior to World War I, could gain a hearing.

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The United States has been tricked into a position of boundless peril and foreign nations will continue to take advantage of its fallacious position by shameless and insolent demands for huge subsidies in the guise of loans; actually little more than blackmail of American power politicians, certain to lose their voice in world politics like did Mr. Wilson after World War I, unless they continue to give.

Great nations and great civilizations have been spent into cataclysm and chaos in the past, and we can read with foreboding the words of James J. Hill, railway empire builder, delivered in an address at Chicago on October 7, 1908, in which he said in part:

I need not remind you that our public credit, though vast, is not inexhaustible. Many of us have seen the day when it was strained to the breaking point. None of us knows when we may again need to rely upon it and when its strength or weakness will determine whether the nation is to live or to die. Of all our resources, perhaps, this one should be guarded with most jealous care; first because we can never know in advance where exhaustion begins. The earth and its products tell us plainly about what we may expect of them in the future; but credit is apparently unlimited at one moment and in collapse at the next. The only safe rule is to place no burdens upon it that may be avoided; to save it for days of dire need . . . .

Search history and see what has been the fate of every nation that abused its credit. It is the same, only more awful in its magnitude and its consequences, as that of the spendthrift individual. And it will profit us nothing to conserve what we have remaining of the great national resources that were the dower of this continent unless we preserve the national credit as more precious than them all. WHEN IT SHALL BE EXHAUSTED THE HEART OF THE NATION WILL CEASE TO BEAT.

 

(The End)

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INDEX

 

 

 

Act of State” 28

Adams, Prof. George Burton 27, 28, 61

Aden Administration 55

Africa 37, 41

Agadir Crisis 41, 66

Agreement of 1897, Secret 12, 30, 33, 46, 79, 92

Agreements of 1896 and 1898 30

Agreement of April 8, 1904 41, 43

Aldrich, Senator Nelson 64, 73

Alexander I 84

Alexander II 90

Algeciras, Conference at 38, 41, 74, 92, 104

America for the Americans” 86, 88

American Commissioners 34, 43, 55

American Commonwealth, The” 97

American Fable 89

American Federation of Labor 91

American foreign trade 58

American jurisprudence 103

American machine of 1897 81

American machine of 1933 81

American market crash 71, 71, 100

American political machine of 1896 30

American standard of living 79, 97

American tourists 47

America’s Strategy in World Politics” 11, 80, 94

Amritsar, Massacre of 16

Anglo-German Fellowship 94

Anglo-Irish War 16

Anglo-Russian Agreement of Aug. 31, 1907 39

Annual Encyclopedia of 1868 70

Arabi Pasha 22

Arms and munitions makers 46

Army Life in Russia” 21, 34

Arnhold & Co., Ltd 72

Aryan Anglo-Saxon race 81

Asia for the Asiatics” 29, 79

Associated Press 35

Atcheson, Undersecretary Dean 102

Atlee, Prime Minister 101

Atlantic Charter 57

 

 

Background of War” 47

Balance of Power, The. 7, 11, 20, 21, 24, 25, 35, 37, 38, 40, 45, 61, 62, 79, 83, 84, 85, 92, 94

Baldwin, Stanley 50

Balfour, A. J 44, 75

Balkan Wars 13, 13, 53

Balla, Ignatius 70

Bank of China 72, 75

Bank of China and Japan 72, 73

Bank of England 97, 28, 30, 35, 57, 59, 60, 65. 66, 70, 93, 97, 98, 99, 100

Barriers Down” 35

Basic History of the U. S.” 4, 75

Battle of Manila 30, 93

Battle of the Nations” 11, 67

Battle of Navarino 87

Battle of Waterloo 67

Bauer, Maier Amschel 68

Beaconsfield, Lord 62

Beard, Charles A. and Mary R 4, 75

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Beaverbrook, Lord 36

Berlin to Bagdad Railway 40, 40, 45

Berlin memorandum of May 13, 1876 52

Bess, Demaree 96

Better Times” 28, 57, 66, 70, 78

Between Tears and Laughter” 49

Big Four, The” 44

Bismarck, Count Otto von 18, 19, 20, 90

Bluecher, General 68

Boer War 13, 53

Bolshevism 45, 45, 86

Borodin, Soviet Gen. Michael 74

Bowman, Dr. Isaiah 42

Boxer War of 1900 14, 15, 35, 47, 53, 74

Boycott of German made goods 81

Bretton Woods plan 98, 98, 100

Britain’s perennial enemy Russia 8, 8, 90

British agents 15, 89, 94

British-American relations 47

British Burma Petroleum Co 72

British Cabinet 27, 42

British censorship 34

British colonial orbit 80

British Commonwealth of Nations 52, 52, 54

British Constitution 60, 61, 78

British encirclement 94

British financial oligarchy 65, 65, 66

British Foreign Office. 16, 37, 38, 41, 43, 47, 53

British-French-American-Japanese Alliance of 1897-1920  13, 31, 104

British-French division of Africa 92, 92, 74

British-French-Dutch-Oriental combine 73

British-French oligarchy 26, 38, 46, 47 51, 53, 88, 92

British-French-Polish bloc 46

British Imperialism 50, 104

British-Jap ally 74

British Labor party 99

British Liberal press 66

British navalism 83

British Navigation Acts 57

British nobility 88

British policy 11, 39

British restrictions 86, 99

British ruling class 88

British sea-power 80

British territorial growth 55

British world state 49, 49, 63

Brittain, Sir Harry 63, 64, 91, 94

Brown, Sir MacLeavy 36

Bryan, William Jennings 34, 34, 91

Bryce, Lord James 93, 93, 97

Buchanan, President 89

Bullard, Arthur (in Century Mag.) 39

Busch, Noel F 100

Butler, Dr. Nicholas Murray 5, 31, 32, 60, 63, 98, 101

Butler, Gen. Smedley 46, 46, 47

 

 

Cambon-Lansdowne Agreement 41

Campaign of 1815 84

Captains and The Kings Depart, The” 40

Carlton Club 101

Carnegie, Andrew 53, 60, 64

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 5, 10, 98, 101

Caroline Islands 36

Case for India, The” 55

Cassel, Sir Ernest 94

Cassini, Count 36

Castlereagh, Lord 84

Challenge of the Future, The” 95

Chamberlain, Neville 50

Chamberlain, Joseph 34, 34, 58

Charter of the Atlantic, The” 56, 57

Chiang Kai-shek, Gen. 14, 15, 47, 48, 49, 74, 80

Chiangs of China, The” 73, 74

Chicago Council of Foreign Relations 78

Chicago Tribune, The 16, 100, 101

Chichester, Captain 31

China Consortium 33

Chinese aggression 48

Chinese Dynasty 14, 14, 30

Chinese Nationalists 14, 15, 46, 30, 35 46, 48, 74, 80

Chinese revolt of 1946 14, 46, 47, 49, 74, 80

Choate, Joseph 64

Churchill, Winston 37, 50, 53, 55, 56, 58 63, 75, 78, 93, 103

Church, Major Elihu 63

Church of England 54

Citadel of International Finance 57, 57, 64

City of London 59, 59, 65

THE CITY” 5, 8, 15, 20, 48, 35, 38, 40, 53, 56, 57, 59, 60, 61, 64, 65, 66, 69, 70, 71, 72, 92, 98, 99, 100, 101, 104

Civil War 12, 89, 90, 92

Clapp, Prof, Edwin J 28, 61, 93

Clark, Elmer T 73

Clemenceau, Georges 56, 66, 84

Cockburn, Sir Alexander 90

Commissar of the Rusian Foreign Trade Monopoly 95

Committee of Foreign Relations of the U. S. Senate 5, 40, 44

Concert of Europe 21, 43, 25, 46, 29, 31, 40, 45, 50, 52, 90, 94, 97, 104

Conference of Algeciras 38, 41, 92, 104

Conference at Amsterdam in 1933 81

Conference of Dec., 1876 54

Congress of Aix-la-Chappelle 43

Congress of Berlin 25, 29

Congress of Carlsbad 43

Congress of London 43

Congress of Verona 43

Congress of Vienna 23, 83, 84

Congressional Record 55

Connally, Senator 101

Conservatives 50, 53, 54, 56, 57, 65, 78, 101

Constantinople 14

Constitutional History of England” 27

Constitution of the United States 63, 64, 102, 103

Controversial matter” 10

Coolidge, President Calvin 10, 47, 74, 80

Cooper, Kent 35

Cotton-growing aristocracy 89

Council of Four” 45

Cox, James E 13, 13, 45

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Cramb, Prof. J. A 66, 94

Cranbourne, Under-Sec’y of Foreign Affairs. 40

Crimean War 12, 40, 45, 89

Crown,” The 98, 55, 59, 60, 61, 65, 92

Cyprus 45

 

 

Dante 76

Dardanelles 14

Dardanelles campaign 53

Davenport, Guiles 66

Day of the Saxon, The” 7

Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde 27, 50

Democractic ticket of 1920 45

De Monarchic” 76

Depew, Chauncey M 12, 13, 30, 32, 33, 63, 73, 79, 80, 91

Derby, Lord 44, 25

Dewey, Admiral George 30, 30, 31

Dickinson, Don M 63

Dictators of Europe 54

Dictum of Imperialism 51

Diederichs, Vice-Admiral von 31

Disraeli, Benjamin 21, 50, 51, 52, 57, 64, 70

Dowager Empress 30

Downing Street 66, 73, 93

Duke of Argyll 54

Dulles, John Foster 10, 10, 101

Duma, Russian 39

Durant, Dr. Will 55

Dyer, Brig. Gen 55, 55, 56

 

 

Eastern Bank 72

Eastern Question 17, 18, 20, 21, 23, 94, 9-5, 59

Economic Aspects of the War” 28, 61, 93

Economic Depressions” 93

Economic Tribulation” 60

Editors of Fortune 47

Edward VII, King 70, 70, 75

Elba 67

Election of 1934 48

Egypt for the Egyptians” 44

Egyptian Revolutions 16, 92

Egyptian Soudan 13, 18, 9, 2, 51

Egyptian War 14, 44, 51

Empress Dowager 30

Encyclopedia Americana 27, 61, 68, 70

Encyclopedia Britannica 97, 44, 62, 66

Engelbrecht, H. C., Ph. D 46

England’s Money Lords Tory M. P.” K, 64, 94

England’s World Empire” 83, 83, 86

English Judaism 61

English and French bankers 69

Esher, Viscount Reginald 9, 40, 68, 73

European Congress 26

Europe and the East” 36

Exploitation of China 48

 

 

Far East 37, 38, 41, 83, 88, 91

Farrell, Pres. (U.S. Steel Corp) 33

Fascism 45

Federal Reserve Board of N. Y 93

Federation of the World 84

Financial Commission at Genoa 85

Financial octopus 68

Financial oligarchy 48, 48, 77

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Fitzgerald, Capt. Derek Barrington 72

Forbidden City” 35

Foreign Trade Statistics 80, 80, 97

Fortification of Canal Zone 92

Fortune, The” 68

Forty Years of British-American Fellowship” 63

Fourteen Points” 58, 84

Franco-Prussian War 12, 20, 45

Frankenstein” 29

Franz-Ferdinand, Archduke 41

Freedom of the Seas, The 62, 62, 92

From Isolation to Leadership” 92

Full Dinner Pail, The” 14, 30, 91

 

 

Genuine Freedom of the Seas” 57, 57, 58

George, David Lloyd 28, 44, 45, 57, 66, 70, 72, 78, 85, 100

German colonies 54

German jingoism 37

German Kaiser 92

German Navy 31

German pirates 5 8

Germany and England” 67

Gladstone, William Ewert 19, 20, 26, 28, 50, 51, 52, 57, 66

Gompers, Samuel 91

Gordon, Gen. Chas. G. (Gordon Pasha — “Chinese” Gordon) 22, 26, 51

Granger, A. H 83, 86

Granville, Lord 19

Great Britain, Banking in” 27

Greene, Lieut, E. V 21, 24, 34

Grenfell, Gen. Lord 63

Grey, Viscount Edward 25, 37, 39, 51, 53, 60

Gunther, John 77

 

 

Hague Conference 32, 37

Hague World Court 104

Haldane, Lord 53

Halsbury, Lord 28, 51, 53, 59, 60, 61, 94, 97, 98

Hammond, John Hays 38

Hanighen, F. C 46

Harris, Norman Dwight 36

Hauser, Ernesto 74

Havas Agency 35

Haxey, Simon 97, 64, 94

Hay, John 36

Hay-Pauncefote Treaties 92

Henry IV 52

Herrick, Col 63

Hill, James J 105

Hintze, Lieut, von 31

Hitler, Adolf 46, 88

Hobson, Mr 64

Hohenzollern Imperialism 75, 75, 76

Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, Prince Leopold 19

Home Secretary 53

Holy Alliance 84

Hongkong 29, 30

Hoover, Herbert 43

House of Commons 48, 55, 61, 98

House, Col. E. M 41, 44

House of Savoy 18, 20

How Fast Can Russia Rebuild?” 94

Hueffer, Ford Madox 84

Hurley, Maj. Gen. Patrick J 101, 102

Hussey, Admiral Chas. L 78

 

 

Illustrated Universal History of 1878 85, 89

Imperialistic aggression 54

Imperial Bank of Persia 72

Imperialistic rampage of 1897 to 1914 51

Indian outrages 56

Indian Revolution 16, 16, 55

Industrial Revolution 31

Inside Europe” 77

International camarilla 9

International clique 47, 48, 102, 103, 104

International Conciliation, No. 413” 98

International Convention of Bankers on Mexico 33

International Finance. 4, 15, 20, 32, 39, 40, 41, 42, 45, 46, 48, 50, 55, 56 57, 60, 61, 64, 66, 72, 73, 77, 86, 88, 91, 93, 94, 96, 100

International Imperialists 32

International Law 28, 31, 58, 61, 93, 104

International Monetary Fund and International Bank for Reconstruction and Development 98

Intimate Papers of Col. House” 42, 44

Iron Hand, British policy of the 15

Isaacs, Rufus 64, 66

Isolation 39, 87

Italy, King of 20

Italy’s reward 44

 

 

Jameson Raid 38

Japanese Banking system 48

Japanese commercial expansion 48

Jefferson, Thomas 9

Jewish money lending business” 61

Jones, Jesse 75

Jowitt, Lord 101

Jordan, David Starr 9, 98

Julianwala Bagh 56

 

 

Kaiochow leased (1898) 30

Kennedy, A. L 85

Keynes, Lord Maynard 100

Khan of Khiva 20

Khan of Khokand 20

Khartoum 51

King Can Do No Wrong, The” 61

King-in-Council 40, 40, 61

King of Italy 20

King of Prussia 19

Kitchener, Lord 22

Kitson, Arthur 93, 93, 96

Knox, Sec’y of Navy, Frank 58

Koran, The 24

Korean finances 36

Kwang-Hsu, Emperor 30

Kwantung Peninsula 35

 

 

La Follette, Robt. M., Sr 64

Lampton, Capt. Hedworth 63

Lamont, Thomas 3, 10, 33, 63, 64

Lancastshire Steel Corp 27, 109

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Langer, Senator 10

Lansdowne, Lord 37

Laski, Harold J 28, 28, 40

Latane, Prof. J. H 92

Law, A. Bonar 50

Laws of England” 28, 51, 53, 59, 60, 61, 94, 97, 98

League of Nations 15, 23, 45, 46, 47, 97, 103

League Covenant 48

Lea, Homer 7

Lend-lease 49, 49, 101, 102

Lest We Forget” 34, 43, 91

Let’s Quit Pretending” 96

Liao-Yang, Battle of 36

Liberals 50, 51, 52, 53, 66, 78, 99

Liberal-Labor 50

Life” 74, 74, 100

Life of W. E. Gladstone” 51, 51, 57

Li Hung-Chang 96, 30, 36, 72

Li Hung-Chang-Lobanov Treaty 30

Lincoln, Abraham 46, 89, 90

Lindbergh, Col. Charles 10

Lindbergh, Congressman C. A 10

Lin Yutang 49

Lippmann, Walter 4

Lisiviski, Admiral 90

Lloyd-George, David 28, 44, 45, 57, 66

Lodge, Senator Henry Cabot 73

London Saturday Review 34

Lytton Committee 47

 

 

Machiavelli, Niccolo 8, 76, 77, 78, 96

Machiavellian government 74

MacMillan Committee 93

Made in Japan” 81

Madrid Convention of 1880 37, 43

Mahan, Rear Admiral Alfred T 73

Mahdi, The 22

Manchurian (conquest-occupation dispute) 14, 47, 48

Mansion House 66

Mariana Islands 36

Marois, Andre 52

Marshall Islands 36

Massacre of Amritsar 55

Matsuoka, Mr 47

Maximillian, Archduke 90

McDonald, J. Ramsay 25, 28, 50, 51, 54, 60, 66

McKinley Tariff 79

McKinley, William 12, 13, 30, 32, 58, 80

Memoirs of the Peace Conference” 45, 85

Memoirs of Wilhelm II” 29

Merchants of Death” 46

Metropolitan Police of London 59

Metternich 84

Mexican emperor 90

Mexican venture 90

Middle-East 38, 41, 83, 88

Mitsiu, House of 73, 74

Mohammedan 88, 89

Moltke, General von 19

Money Power, The 10, 64, 93,

Monroe Doctrine 87, 88, 89, 91, 96, 92

Moore, Senator, of Oklahoma 100, 110

More Abundant Life, The” 13

Morgan, J. P. & Co 10, 33, 64, 73

Morgenthau, Henry, Jr 9

Morley, John 52, 57

Morocco “Affair” 13, 41

Morocco Conference 92

Morocco Conflict 13, 37, 74

Mosely, Sir Oswald 94

Most Favored Nations” treaties 46, 61, 81

Mount Temple, Lord 94

Mukden, Battle of 36

Mussolini, Benito 44

My Memories of Eighty Years” (Depew) 32

 

 

Naples House 69

Napoleon I 11, 24, 67, 68

Napoleon III 19, 19, 90

Napoleonic War 11, 12, 14, 17, 83, 84

Nationalism 10

Nazi Germany 58

Near-East 38, 41, 55, 88

New Britain Magazine 93

New Deal policy 100

New Era 84

New Leader” 55

New Order of Freedom, The” 31, 34, 35

New Republic” 40

New Statesman and Nation, The” 48, 70, 72, 78, 85, 100

Nicolson, Sir Arthur 41, 42

Nikolaus, Grand Duke 21

ninety millions to feed” 79

Norman, C. H 83

Nye, Senator Gerald 9

 

 

Official banker of the British government. 68

Old Diplomacy and New” 86

Old Gimlet Eye” 47

Old Jewry 35

Olney, Secretary 87

100” Days, the 67

One Man — Wendell Willkie” 10

One World” camarilla 9, 98, 102

One World” ideology (order) 5, 8, 99

Opium traders 72

Opium War 14, 26, 39

Orange Free State 35

Orbit of British Finance 80

Order-in-Council” 55, 59, 61, 93, 104

Ottoman Empire 24

Oyama, Field Marshall 36

 

 

Pacific an American lake 12, 80

Pacific a British lake 80

Pacific a Japanese lake 37

Page, Walter 44

Panama Canal 92, 104

Pan-American ideology 86, 87, 88, 91, 92

Pan-Americanism” (Usher) 29, 48

Pan-Germanism” (Usher) 30, 39, 69, 81, 82

Pan-German ideology 86

Panther,” German gun-boat 41

Parliament Act of 1911 60

Parliament of Man, The” 84

Peace Table-Conference-Treaty 37, 42, 43, 44, 45, 84, 85, 97

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Peace of the world secure for all eternity” 79, 80

Pearl Harbor 58, 96, 101

The Peers and Public Opinion” 66

Pekin, Storming of 14

Perfidious Albion 11

Persian Conflict 13, 48

Persian Gulf 38, 45

Persian Shah 39, 39, 48

Philby, St.John 55

Philippine Islands 32, 36, 104

Pilgrim founder 33

Pilgrim Partners” 63, 63, 91

Pilgrim Society 5, 9, 10, 32, 33, 60, 62

Pitt, William 18

Policy of encirclement” 35, 62, 79, 80

Policy of isolation 87, 92

Political conspiracy 46

Pontifical States of Italy 20

Pope, The 20

Popov, Admiral 90

Port Arthur 36

Porte, The 18, 21, 25

Portrait of a Diplomatist” 42

Post-War planners 97

Potsdam Agreement of 1910 39

Prince, The” 8, 76

Pro-Japanese policy 48

Propagandists 96

Pseudo-Liberal 50

 

 

Queen Victoria 40

 

 

Reading, Lord 64, 66

Redesdale, Lord 94

Rengo News Agency 35

Republic or Empire?” 34, 34, 91

Republican National Convention of 1900 12

Republican National Convention of 1940 10

Republican Party 10

Reuters News Agency 35

Review of Reviews, May, 1902 79

Revolutions, Chinese 14

Reynolds, Geo. M 64

Rhodes, Cecil 5, 9, 38, 48, 62, 63, 64, 79, 88

Rhodes, Col. Francis 38

Rhodes Foundation 62

Rhodes ideology 79, 79, 80

Right Hon. Englishman 58

Roberts, Field Marshal Lord 63

Rockefeller-Morgan machine 6, 9, 73, 79, 88

Rockefeller, House of 64, 73

Romance of the Rothschilds, The” 70

Root, Secretary of State 87

Roth, Dr. Cecil 72, 72, 75

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano 13, 45, 46, 75, 102

Roosevelt, Theodore 12, 13, 32, 38, 42, 73, 74, 92

Rosebery, Earl of 50

Rothschild, British House of 36, 46, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 76, 79

Rothschild, Maier Amschel 68, 69, 70

Rothschild, Baron Nathan 69

Rothschild, Baron Lionel Nathan 19, 19, 70

Rothschild, Lord Nathaniel Maier 19, 32, 33, 57, 66, 70

Rothschild, Lord Lionel Nathan 70, 100

Rothschild, Alfred 70

Rothschild, Leopold 70

Rothschild, French House of. 19, 35, 69, 70, 72

Rothschild, Baron James de (Jacob) 69, 69, 70

Rothschild, Baron Edouard de 70, 70, 77

Rothschild, Aline de 73

Rothschild, Continental Houses 68, 69, 70

Rothschild, Baron Anselm Maier 69

Rothschild, Baron Solomon 69

Rothschild, Baron Karl 69, 69, 70

Rothschild, Baron Maier Karl 69

Rothschild, Wilhelm Karl 69

Rothschild-Vickers ally 74, 63, 64, 91, 94, 101

Royal Air Force 55

Ruling class perfidy 48

Russian-Japanese War 13, 53, 74

Russian Pan-Slavic ideology 86

Russian seizure of Warm Water Ports 13

 

 

Salisbury, Lord 50, 53, 80, 87

San Stefano, Treaty of 29

Sassoon, David & Co 72

Sassoon, E. D. Banking Co 72

Sassoon, E. D. & Co., Ltd 72

Sassoon, House of 72, 73, 75

Sassoon, Sir Philip 72

Sassoon, Sir Victor 72

Sassoon Dynasty, The” 72

Saturday Evening Post, The 43, 94, 96

Scourge of Napoleon, The 84

Secession of South Carolina 89

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs 51, 60

Secret agreement of 1897 12, 30, 33, 46, 73

Secret commitments 74

Secret deal 44

Secret diplomacy 92

Secret government 48

Secret organization 4, 94

Secret society 5, 62, 63

Secret treaties 37, 37, 44

Secret world orders 103

Senate Foreign Relations Committee 5, 44, 102

Senators Who Lied” 101

Seymour, Prof. Charles 42, 44

Shall It Be Again” 33, 33, 92

Shipstead, Senator Henrik 5

Short History of English Liberalism, A” 37

Siam 13

Simon, Mr. John 47, 47, 48

Sixth Great Power of Europe” 59, 67, 68

Snowden, Philip 42

Snow, Edgar 94

Soon, Charles Jones 73

Soong, T. V 73, 74, 75

South African Republic 35, 53

South American Conflict 13

Southern politicians 89

Sovereign 53, 71, 72, 76, 79

Spanish-American War 13, 13, 32

Sparkes, C. Nelson 10

Sprague, Mr 93

Spykman, Prof. Nicholas J 11, 80, 94

Statute of Westminster of 1931 60, 57, 66, 70

Stead, W. T 79

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Sub-Commission No. 1 85

Subsequent addresses” 84

Sudan War 13

Suez Canal 21, 40, 41

Sultan 21

Systeme, The” 66, 72, 99

 

 

Tardieu, Andre 92

Theories of geopolitical thought 80, 92, 93

Thomas, James Shelby 95

Thomas, Lowell 47

Threadneedle Street 93

Tory Party 50, 94

Totalitarian countries 10

Towne, Congressman Chas. A 34, 43, 91, 93

Treading Softly in China” 47

Treaty of Berlin 21, 25, 29

Treaty, Li Hung-Chang-Lobanov (1896) 30

Treaty of London 44

Treaty of Paris 11

Treaty of Peace between Japan and Russia 36

Treaty of San Stefano 21, 25, 29

Treaty of April 19, 1839 43

Treaty of 1856 20

Treaty of January 30, 1902 35, 35, 48

Treaty of August, 1905 36

Triple Alliance 104

Tripoli War 13, 38

Triumphant Democracy” 60

Tsarigrad 14

Turkish War 12, 17

Turner, John K 33, 92

 

 

Ulster War 16

Unionists 50, 50, 53

Union Now” 62, 72, 82

United Nations Organization 97, 97, 103

United Kingdom Commercial Corporation. 101

U. S. Foreign Policy” 4

United States and Great Britain, The” 78

University of Chicago Press 78

Usher, Prof. Roland G. 29, 30, 48, 69, 81, 82, 95

 

 

Vandenberg, Senator 101

Van Dyke, Rev. Henry 91

Venezuela boundary dispute 87

Venizelos, Eleutherios 73

Versailles Treaty 100

Vickers-Armstrong 28, 28, 36

Vickers, Ltd 46, 60

Vickers, Vincent Cartwright 28, 60, 65, 96

 

 

Wahnsien, City of 14

Wanliu, British steamer 14

Wallace, Sir Donald Mackenzie 41

Wall Street 30, 33, 93

War and Democracy, The” 84

war to end all wars” 46

War of 1812-1815 67

Weaver, Gen. J. B 58

Welles, Sumner 47

Wellington, Duke of 67

Wells, Gideon 90

Wells, H. G 75, 75, 76

Western Society of Engineers 95

What is Coming? A European Forecast” 75

What the Machine Has Done to Mankind” 95

Wheeler, Gen. Joseph E 90, 90, 91

When Blood is Their Argument” 84

Whitaker’s British Almanac 54

White, Ambassador Henry 38, 38, 92

White, Repr. of Idaho 100, 100, 101

White, William Allen 5, 5, 88

Why We Are At War” 25, 60

Wilhelmina, Ship 28

Willkie, Wendell — One Man” 10

Williams, Adm. Clarence S 47

William I, King of Prussia 19

William II, Kaiser 29

Will of Peter the Great 86, 86, 87

Wilson “ideals” 56

Wilson, J. Dover 84

Wilson, Woodrow. 15, 37, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 55, 56, 58, 74, 84, 92, 105

Wolff Agency 35

World Almanac 58, 71, 80

World Review, The” 55

World super-government 99

World War I 4, 7, 10, 13, 14, 15, 17, 25, 33, 35, 36, 37, 39, 40, 41, 43, 44, 45, 46, 51, 53, 54, 56, 57, 66, 69, 70. 74, 75, 84, 92, 102, 104, 105

World War II 7, 13, 14, 57, 74, 84, 103

World War III 7, 103

Yale Institute of International Studies 11

Yang Sen, General 14

Yellow War 14, 79

Yerkes, Chas. T 63

You May Be Sure I Shall Fight Shy” 43

Zaharoff, High Priest of War” 66

Zaharoff, Sir Basil 36, 40, 66, 73
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