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George E.R. Gedye • 31 Items / 5 Books, 25 Articles, 1 Review
Heirs to the Habsburgs (1932)
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    International Law and Relations (Review)
    Heirs to the Habsburgs, by George E.R. Gedye
    1. Heirs to the Habsburgs by George E.R. Gedye
    American Political Science Review, April 1933, p. 307
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    The New Books (5 Reviews)
    To Think of Tea!, by Agnes Repplier
    1. To Think of Tea! by Agnes Repplier
    2. The Marriage of Simon Harper by Neil Bell
    3. Pour Wine for Us by Dean Van Clute
    4. Heirs to the Habsburgs by George E.R. Gedye
    5. The History of Piracy by Philip Gosse
    The Saturday Review, December 3, 1932, p. 293
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (15 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe
    1. Heirs to the Habsburgs by George E.R. Gedye
    2. Little Missions by Septimus Despencer
    3. The Cost of the War to Russia by Stanislas Kohn and Alexander Feliksovich Meyendorff, ...
    4. Lenin by James Maxton
    5. Bolshevism: Theory and Practice by Waldemar Gurian
    6. New Russia by Anatole P.A. de Monzie
    7. Soviet Russia and the World by Maurice Dobb
    8. Seven Years in Soviet Russia by Paul Scheffer
    9. Dawn in Russia by Waldo David Frank
    10. A Scientist Among the Soviets by Julian Huxley
    11. The Russian Emerges by Nicholas Ignatieff
    12. Machines and Men in Russia by Louis Fischer
    13. Russia: Market or Menace? by Thomas Donald Campbell
    14. Russia's Decisive Year by Ellery Walter
    15. Contemporary Roumania and Her Problems by Joseph S. Roucek
    Foreign Affairs, October 1932, pp. 199-200