How the Nations Waged War: A Companion Volume to How the War Began, Telling How the World Faced Armageddon, and How the British Empire Answered the Call to Arms (Classic Reprint)

How the Nations Waged War: A Companion Volume to How the War Began, Telling How the World Faced Armageddon, and How the British Empire Answered the Call to Arms (Classic Reprint)

by John McFarland Kennedy
     
 

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Since the first volume of this series appeared, additional particulars respecting the diplomatic negotiations preceding the outbreak of war have been made known; and to these, with some

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Excerpt from How the Nations Waged War: A Companion Volume to How the War Began, Telling How the World Faced Armageddon, and How the British Empire Answered the Call to Arms

Since the first volume of this series appeared, additional particulars respecting the diplomatic negotiations preceding the outbreak of war have been made known; and to these, with some further details which have not hitherto been sufficiently emphasized, the attention of the public may now be usefully directed.

On August 27th, the Foreign Office issued an important dispatch from Sir E. Goschen, British Ambassador at Berlin, to Sir Edward Grey, respecting the rupture of diplomatic relations with the German Government.

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ISBN-13:
9781330820223
Publisher:
FB &c Ltd
Publication date:
07/06/2015
Pages:
200
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.42(d)

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