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Norman Angell • 139 Items / 35 Books, 83 Articles, 21 Reviews
What Would Be the Character of a New War? (1931)
An Inquiry Organized by the Inter-Parliamentary Union, Geneva
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    A General Looks at War (Review)
    What Would Be the Character of a New War?, by Norman Angell
    1. What Would Be the Character of a New War? by Norman Angell
    The Nation, October 4, 1933, p. 389
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    The War to End Civilization (Review)
    What Would Be the Character of a New War?, by Norman Angell
    1. What Would Be the Character of a New War? by Norman Angell
    The New Republic, November 22, 1933, pp. 51-52
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    The Next World War (Review)
    What Would Be the Character of a New War?, by Norman Angell
    1. What Would Be the Character of a New War? by Norman Angell
    The Saturday Review, September 23, 1933, p. 127
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    New Wars or Old? (Review)
    What Would Be the Character of a New War?, by Norman Angell
    1. What Would Be the Character of a New War? by Norman Angell
    The Saturday Review, January 6, 1934, pp. 389-390
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    Felo de Se? (4 Reviews)
    What Would Be the Character of a New War?, by Norman Angell
    1. What Would Be the Character of a New War? by Norman Angell
    2. The Dragon's Teeth by J.F.C. Fuller
    3. They That Take the Sword by Esme C. Wingfield-Stratford
    4. The Unseen Assassins by Norman Angell
    Scrutiny, May 1932, pp. 85-86
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    General International Relations
    1. The Unity of the World by Guglielmo Ferrero
    2. Consolidating World Peace by Arthur Henderson
    3. Goose Steps to Peace by Jonathan Mitchell
    4. War by Scott Nearing
    5. What Would Be the Character of a New War? by Norman Angell
    6. Disarmament and the Inter-Parliamentary Union by William Martin
    7. The Geneva Experiment by William E. Rappard
    8. The International Court by Edward Lindsey
    9. World Peace and Armaments by A.J. Jacobs#2
    10. Minorities and Boundaries by Otto E. Lessing
    11. The Making of Citizens by Charles Edward Merriam
    Foreign Affairs, January 1932, p. 333