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George Glasgow • 18 Items / 6 Books, 12 Articles
From Dawes to Locarno, 1924-1925 (1926)
Being a Critical Record of an Important Achievement in European Diplomacy, 19...
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    In Brief Review (Review)
    From Dawes to Locarno, 1924-1925, by George Glasgow
    1. From Dawes to Locarno, 1924-1925 by George Glasgow
    The Bookman, May 1926, p. 362
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    Book Notes (Review)
    From Dawes to Locarno, 1924-1925, by George Glasgow
    1. From Dawes to Locarno, 1924-1925 by George Glasgow
    Political Science Quarterly, September 1926, p. 480
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    The New Books (2 Reviews)
    International
    1. The Destiny of a Continent by Manuel Ugarte
    2. From Dawes to Locarno, 1924-1925 by George Glasgow
    The Saturday Review, February 27, 1926, p. 596
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (17 Reviews)
    Europe
    1. How the War Began in 1914
    2. Reminiscences by Princess Marie von Battenberg
    3. The Brighter Side of European Chaos by Vernon Bartlett
    4. A Diplomat Looks at Europe by Richard Washburn Child
    5. International Relations as Viewed from Geneva by William E. Rappard
    6. From Dawes to Locarno, 1924-1925 by George Glasgow
    7. Defeated Victory by Marcel E. Sembat
    8. France and the French by Sisley Huddleston
    9. The Financial Crisis of France by George Peel
    10. The Ruhr-Lorraine Industrial Problem by Guy Greer
    11. Spain by Henry Dwight Sedgwick
    12. The Life of Benito Mussolini by Margherita G. Sarfatti
    13. An Economic History of Russia by James Mavor
    14. Slavonic Nations of Yesterday and Today by Milivoy S. Stanoyevich
    15. The Jews of Eastern Europe by Arnold D. Margolin
    16. Russia by Nicholas Makeev and Valentine O'Hara
    17. The Red Terror in Russia by Serge P. Melgunov
    Foreign Affairs, April 1926, pp. 508-512