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BELGIUM BY A BELGIAN
A Short History of Belgium, by Leon Van der Essen of the University of Louvain. It is a fascinating and authoritative account of the past of this country from 57 B. C. to the end of the Great War. The author tells how the nation balked German might and “stood the test in the hour of the Great Trial.”
Red-blooded Americans will read this vivid narrative with pleasure.
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Introduction to the Peace Treaties
By Arthur Pearson Scott Assistant Professor of History, University of Chicago. This book will give you an understanding of the causes of the war, the aims of the belligerents, the peace proposals, and the framing of the Treaty of, Peace. It is also a comprehensive explanation of the League of Nations and the location of new national boundaries. The author has made available information of vital importance to every Americn citizen. Ready in May. $2.00, postpaid $2.15.
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To determine what can and ought to be done it is necessary to know what has been tried, what has succeeded and what failed. The last half century has produced much
Great International Conferences have dealt with Laws of the Sea ; the Laying of Ocean Cables; the U's, of Radiotelegraphs; Repression of the African Slave Trade; Prevention of the Spread of Plague, Cholera and Yellow. Fever; Patents, Trade-marks, Industrial Models and Designs; Weights and Measures; other important subjects.
In this manner the UNIVERSAL POSTAL UNION has been established; The Geneva RED CROSS organizations have been brought into being, and the great HAGUE CONFERENCES strove to prevent wars, limit their barbarities and create international tribunals.
These and related subjects, with full copies of the great international conventions, the PEACE THREATY with GERMANY and the LEAGUE OF NATIONS COVENANT, are treated with technical accuracy in a work by STEPHEN H. ALLEN,” entitled
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