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Charles Petrie • 20 Items / 19 Books, 1 Article
Diplomatic History, 1713-1933 (1947)
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    General History (Review)
    Diplomatic History, 1713-1933, by Charles Petrie
    1. Diplomatic History, 1713-1933 by Charles Petrie
    The American Historical Review, October 1950, pp. 65-72
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    Recent Books on International Relations (23 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. States and Morals by T.D. Weldon
    2. The Struggle for the World by James Burnham
    3. War or Peace? by Lionel Curtis
    4. War or Peace? by Scott Nearing
    5. Diplomatic History, 1713-1933 by Charles Petrie
    6. The World Charter and the Road to Peace by Stuart Chevalier
    7. The United Nations Year Book 1946 by Hans Roger Madol
    8. The United Nations Organization Handbook by Andrew Boyd
    9. Fuhrers Must Fall by Michael Osten
    10. The Design of Democracy by George W. Goble
    11. The Web of Government by Robert M. MacIver
    12. Dictatorship and Political Police by Ernest Kohn-Bramstedt
    13. Patriotism or Peace? by Adam de Hegedus
    14. The Colonial and Coloured Peoples by N.G. Ranga
    15. The Problem of Reducing Vulnerability to Atomic Bombs by Ansley J. Coale
    16. Making International Law Work by George W. Keeton and Georg Schwarzenberger
    17. Justice at Nuernberg by Charles W. Alexander and Anne Keeshan
    18. 22 Cells in Nuremberg~~Twenty-Two Cells in Nuremberg by Douglas McGlashan Kelley
    19. The British Year Book of International Law, 1945 by H. Lauterpacht
    20. Journey to the End of an Era by Melvin Adams Hall
    21. A Book of Recent Exploration by Charles E. Key
    22. Information Please Almanac, 1947 by John Kieran
    23. Voices of History: 1945-46 by Nathan Ausubel
    Foreign Affairs, October 1947, pp. 219-220