1926 The International Anarchy 1904-1914
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First Edition, Publishers' Original Binding
The first edition of this work.
With chapters on a general sketch of European politics from 1870-1914, the Triple Alliance, The Conference of Algeciras, Tripoli, Agadir, Persia, The Far East, The Balkan Wars, The Hague Conferences, Anglo-German Relations, the Murder of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and several other aspects of world history and politics.
An important study, written after the end of the First World War, reflecting back on the recent history of all parties.
Written by the political scientist and philosopher Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson. Dickinson was closely associated with the Bloomsbury. He was greatly affected by Britain's involvement in the First World War and drew up an idea of the League of Nations two weeks after the War began. This book is one of many written by Dickinson to promote this idea of the League of Nations.
In a full cloth binding. Externally, vert smart. Light rubbing to the extremities. Inscription to the recto of front endpaper, 'Philip Rogers Christmas 1934 from Elsie'. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright. The odd spot to pages.
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