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Wythe Williams • 13 Items / 7 Books, 4 Articles, 1 Review
Dusk of Empire (1937)
The Decline of Europe and the Rise of the United States
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Published Reviews
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    General History (Review)
    Dusk of Empire, by Wythe Williams
    1. Dusk of Empire by Wythe Williams
    The American Historical Review, April 1938, p. 674
  2. The Library
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    The Captains and the Kings (Review)
    Dusk of Empire, by Wythe Williams
    1. Dusk of Empire by Wythe Williams
    The American Mercury, May 1937, pp. 115-119
  3. Books
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    Twenty-five Years' Reporting (Review)
    Dusk of Empire, by Wythe Williams
    1. Dusk of Empire by Wythe Williams
    Commonweal, June 11, 1937, p. 191
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations by (18 Reviews)
    Western Europe
    1. Comparative Major European Governments by John Gilbert Heinberg
    2. Dusk of Empire by Wythe Williams
    3. Source Book on European Governments by William E. Rappard, Walter Rice Sharp, and Herbert Wallace Schneider, ...
    4. Which Way France? by Alexander Werth
    5. Leon Blum: From Poet to Premier by Richard L. Stokes
    6. Position of Women in Contemporary France by Francis I. Clark
    7. The Monetary Experience of Belgium, 1914-1936 by Henry Longdon Shepherd
    8. Democracy in Denmark by Josephine Goldmark and A.H. Hollman
    9. Hitler and the Christians by Waldemar Gurian
    10. Through Two Decades by Theodor Wolff
    11. Germany's Colonial Problem by G. Kurt Johannsen and Heinrich H. Kraft
    12. Invertebrate Spain by Jose Ortega y Gasset
    13. Memoirs of a Spanish Princess by Infanta Eulalia
    14. Unhappy Spain by Pierre Crabites
    15. The Nazi Conspiracy in Spain
    16. Spain in Arms, 1937 by Anna Louise Strong
    17. Portugal: A Book of Folk-Ways by Rodney Gallop
    18. Portugal Now by Ralph Fox
    Foreign Affairs, July 1937, pp. 762-763