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George Dangerfield • 248 Items / 1 Poem, 7 Books, 11 Articles, 229 Reviews
Bengal Mutiny (1933)
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    Bloodshed (Review)
    Bengal Mutiny, by George Dangerfield
    1. Bengal Mutiny by George Dangerfield
    Commonweal, April 5, 1933, p. 642
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    Book Notes (2 Reviews)
    1. Bengal Mutiny by George Dangerfield
    2. The Bolsheviks in the Tsarist Duma by Alexei E. Badayev
    The New Republic, May 31, 1933, p. 80
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    Check List of New Books (10 Reviews)
    1. Bengal Mutiny by George Dangerfield
    2. Compulsory Arbitration of International Disputes by Helen May Cory
    3. A Political and Cultural History of Modern Europe, Vol. I by Carlton J.H. Hayes
    4. The Making of Europe by Christopher Dawson
    5. The Legacy of Alexander by Max Cary
    6. The Stream of Time by Dorothy C.B. Peel
    7. The Era of the Muckrakers by C.C. Regier
    8. Our Times: The War Begins, 1909-1914 by Mark Sullivan
    9. Fall of the German Empire, 1914-1918 by Ralph Haswell Lutz
    10. A History of the Roman Republic by Cyril E. Robinson
    The American Mercury, March 1933
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    Books in Brief (12 Reviews)
    The Years of the Locust, by Gilbert Seldes
    1. The Years of the Locust by Gilbert Seldes
    2. Ann Vickers by Sinclair Lewis
    3. The History of the Russian Revolution by Leon Trotsky
    4. The Last Adam by James Gould Cozzens
    5. The Modern Theme by Jose Ortega y Gasset
    6. The Bulpington of Blup by H.G. Wells
    7. God's Little Acre by Erskine Caldwell
    8. The Rise of the City, 1878-1898 by Arthur Meier Schlesinger
    9. Company K by William March
    10. Sardinian Sideshow by Amelie Posse-Brazdova
    11. Bengal Mutiny by George Dangerfield
    12. Never Enough by Leane Zugsmith
    The Forum, March 1933