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Josef Gruber • 2 Books
Czechoslovakia (1924)
A Survey of Economic and Social Conditions
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Published Reviews
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    A New State (Review)
    Czechoslovakia, by Josef Gruber
    1. Czechoslovakia by Josef Gruber
    The Saturday Review, July 18, 1925, p. 914
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    Books in Brief (7 Reviews)
    The Citadel of Freedom, by Randolph Leigh
    1. The Citadel of Freedom by Randolph Leigh
    2. Czechoslovakia by Josef Gruber
    3. When Israel Is King by Jerome Tharaud and Jean Tharaud
    4. Poems by John Skelton
    5. William Mason: A Study in Eighteenth-Century Culture by John W. Draper
    6. The World of Today by Harry Johnston and L. Haden Guest
    7. Casanova's Escape from the Leads by Arthur Machen
    The Nation, April 8, 1925, p. 389
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    Recent Books in the International Field (15 Reviews)
    1. Outbreak of the World War: German Documents by Karl Kautsky, Max Montgelas, and Walther Schucking, ...
    2. Economic and Social History of the World War by James T. Shotwell
    3. Preliminary History of the Armistice by J.B. Scott
    4. The Catholic Reaction in France by Denis Gwynn
    5. My Duel with the Vatican by Alfred F. Loisy
    6. The German White Book Concerning the Responsibility of the Authors of the War by J.B. Scott
    7. The Reparation Plan by Harold G. Moulton
    8. The Present State of Germany by John Hartman Morgan
    9. The Collapse of Central Europe by Karl Friedrich Nowak
    10. Czechoslovakia by Josef Gruber
    11. The New Slovakia by R.W. Seton-Watson
    12. Russian Debts and Russian Reconstruction by Leo Pasvolsky and Harold G. Moulton
    13. The Economic Condition of Soviet Russia by S.N. Prokopovich
    14. Problems of Life by Leon Trotsky
    15. The Romance of New Russia by Magdeleine Marx
    Foreign Affairs, December 1924, pp. 336-338