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Adolf Reichwein Archives
Adolf Reichwein • 1 Book
China and Europe (1925)
Intellectual and Artistic Contacts in the Eighteenth Century
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Published Reviews
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    Books of Medieval and Modern European History (Review)
    China and Europe, by Adolf Reichwein
    1. China and Europe by Adolf Reichwein
    The American Historical Review, October 1925, p. 129
  2. [+]
    Early Meetings of East and West (Review)
    China and Europe, by Adolf Reichwein
    1. China and Europe by Adolf Reichwein
    The New Republic, July 29, 1925, p. 271
  3. [+]
    East and West (Review)
    China and Europe, by Adolf Reichwein
    1. China and Europe by Adolf Reichwein
    The Saturday Review, June 27, 1925, p. 860
  4. [+]
    A Bulwark Against Barbarism (6 Reviews)
    Prehistoric Man, by Jacques J. DeMorgan
    1. Prehistoric Man by Jacques J. DeMorgan
    2. Dawn of European Civilization by V. Gordon Childe
    3. The Aegean Civilization by Gustave Glotz
    4. China and Europe by Adolf Reichwein
    5. The Threshold of the Pacific by Charles Elliot Fox
    6. A Thousand Years of the Tartars by Edward Harper Parker
    The Nation, April 14, 1926, pp. 421-422
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    Check List of New Books (9 Reviews)
    History
    1. Selections from the Correspondence of Theodore Roosevelt and Henry Cabot Lodge, 1884-1918 by Theodore Roosevelt and Henry Cabot Lodge
    2. The History of American Idealism by Gustavus Myers
    3. Early Days Among the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians by John E. Seger
    4. Since Lenin Died by Max F. Eastman
    5. London Life in the Eighteenth Century by M. Dorothy George
    6. The Reign of the Pirates by Archibald S. Hurd
    7. China and Europe by Adolf Reichwein
    8. The Salem Witch Trials by W.N. Gemmill
    9. Napoleon and Josephine by Walter Geer
    The American Mercury, August 1925