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Rowland Evans • 28 Items / 4 Books, 24 Articles
Prelude to Peace (1942)
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    Recent Books on International Relations (27 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. The Great Decision by James T. Shotwell
    2. The Coming Struggle for Peace by Andre Visson
    3. The Super-Powers by William T.R. Fox
    4. How to End the German Menace by Five Hollanders
    5. Prelude to Peace by Rowland Evans
    6. Keep the Peace Through Air Power by Allan A. Michie
    7. International Police Force by Julia E. Johnsen
    8. The World Without Nations by Arthur Freud
    9. No Nation Alone by Linus R. Fike
    10. World Republic by Charles A. Gill
    11. Approaches to World Peace by Lyman Bryson, Louis Finkelstein, and Robert M. Maciver, ...
    12. They Work for Tomorrow by Robert Merrill Bartlett
    13. Twenty-Five Troubled Years, 1918-1943 by Frederic Hubert Soward
    14. Democracy and the Individual by Carleton Kemp Allen
    15. Public and Private Government by Charles E. Merriam
    16. Who Are "The People"? by Colm Brogan
    17. Geopolitics: The New German Science by Andrew Gyorgy
    18. Geopolitics in Principle and Practice by Russell H. Fifield and G. Etzel Pearcy
    19. Look at the World by Richard Edes Harrison
    20. A War Atlas for Americans
    21. Atlas of Global Geography by Erwin Raisz
    22. A Layman's Guide to Naval Strategy by Bernard Brodie
    23. Warships of the World by Roger Kafka and Roy L. Pepperburg
    24. International Law and Totalitarian Lawlessness by Georg Schwarzenberger
    25. The International Law of the Sea by A. Pearce Higgins and C. John Colombos
    26. Three Wars with Germany by W. Reginald Hall and Amos J. Peaslee
    27. Voices of History, 1943-1944 by Franklin Watts
    Foreign Affairs, October 1944, pp. 147-148