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FROM THE GREAT WAR BACK
Cheap Edition (4s. 6d.) 1917.
“Few of the many books which the war has called forth merit more careful consideration. ... His lorts and varied experience, his scholarship, his residence in foreign countries, including Germany, give great weight to his judgments on men and affairs. ... We know no recently published book which will do more to stimulate this social sense."--The Times.
“It would be a great mistake for practical politicians to brush aside summarily proposals of this nature on the ground that they are unpractical, and can only be regarded as the dreams of Utopian idealists. Not only moralists and thinkers, but also the general mass of the public, are yearning for the discovery of some means to prevent future wars and to relieve the heavy burden of taxation due to the maintenance of enormous armaments." -Lord Cromer in The Spectator.
"The distinguished author traces the causes of the war, formulates the need of a fresh conception of morals, states the duty of the citizen in the present crisis, and outlines a scheme for an International Council, backed by force, for the maintenance of peace. ... It is a reason for thankfulness that the fruit of a mind so judicial, so well equipped, should be issued in a cheap yet complete form."-Glasgow Heraid.
WHAT GERMANY IS
Crown 8vo. 1s. Bd. net.
“ These papers show with absolute clearness the reasons for which Germany provoked, and is still engaged in carrying on, the world's war, as well as the undoubted responsibility, not only of the German Government, but of the majority of the German people for the war.”—The Daily Telegraph.
“Sir Charles Waldstein's little book is calculated to give pause to those sanguine people who imagine that the whole poison of Prussianism is concentrated in the despotic circle."-Pall Mall Gazette.
"Sir Charles Waldstein. than whom there are few living men bette qualified from knowledge of the German country, its statesmen and publicists to form an opinion, here gives a succinct and closely reasoned synopsis of the aims and evolution of German public opinion during the war."— The People.
“His book constitutes an important war document.”—Punch.
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