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Hans W. Weigert • 34 Items / 4 Books, 4 Articles, 26 Reviews
Compass of the World (1944)
A Symposium on Political Geography
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    International Law and Relations (Review)
    Compass of the World, by Hans W. Weigert and Vilhjalmur Stefansson
    1. Compass of the World by Hans W. Weigert and Vilhjalmur Stefansson
    American Political Science Review, December 1946, p. 1219
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    Geography and Politics (Review)
    Compass of the World, by Hans W. Weigert and Vilhjalmur Stefansson
    1. Compass of the World by Hans W. Weigert and Vilhjalmur Stefansson
    The Nation, December 23, 1944, p. 778
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    Book Notes (Review)
    Compass of the World, by Hans W. Weigert and Vilhjalmur Stefansson
    1. Compass of the World by Hans W. Weigert and Vilhjalmur Stefansson
    Political Science Quarterly, March 1945, p. 159
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    "A Globe in Practice" (Review)
    Compass of the World, by Hans W. Weigert and Vilhjalmur Stefansson
    1. Compass of the World by Hans W. Weigert and Vilhjalmur Stefansson
    The Saturday Review, September 23, 1944, pp. 22-24
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    Check List (5 Reviews)
    Ancestors' Brocades, by Millicent Todd Bingham
    1. Ancestors' Brocades by Millicent Todd Bingham
    2. Copernicus and His World by Hermann Kesten
    3. Voltaire: Man of Justice by Adolphe E. Meyer
    4. Compass of the World by Hans W. Weigert and Vilhjalmur Stefansson
    5. Chungking Dialogues by Mou-sheng Lin
    The American Mercury, May 1945, pp. 516-518
  6. The Revolving Bookstand
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    An Assortment of Horizons (11 Reviews)
    Electronics: Today and Tomorrow, by John Mills
    1. Electronics: Today and Tomorrow by John Mills
    2. What Are Cosmic Rays? by Pierre Auger
    3. The Amazon by Caryl Parker Haskins
    4. Highway to Alaska by Herbert C. Lanks
    5. Compass of the World by Hans W. Weigert and Vilhjalmur Stefansson
    6. The Science of Man in the World Crisis by Ralph Linton
    7. Enough and to Spare by Kirtley F. Mather
    8. Ourselves Unborn by George W. Corner
    9. The Riddle of Cancer by Charles Oberling
    10. Climate and the Energy of Nations by Sidney F. Markham
    11. Telescopes and Accessories by George Z. Dimitroff and James G. Baker
    The American Scholar, Summer 1945, pp. 370-379
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    Recent Books on International Relations (24 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. Our Settlement with Germany by H.N. Brailsford
    2. The Control of Germany and Japan by Harold G. Moulton and Louis Marlio
    3. Peace Is the Victory by Harrop A. Freeman
    4. Primer of the Coming World by Leopold Schwarzschild
    5. It Can be Done This Time by Frederick Palmer
    6. Peace Through Law by Hans Kelsen
    7. Regionalism and World Organization
    8. Permanent Peace for Europe by Harry Lewis Braham
    9. War Criminals and Punishment by George Creel
    10. Nationality in History and Politics by Friedrich O. Hertz
    11. Plea for Liberty by Georges Bernanos
    12. Justice and World Society by Laurence Stapleton
    13. People on Our Side by Edgar Snow
    14. Winged Peace by William Avery Bishop
    15. Infantry Attacks by Erwin Rommel
    16. Europe: An Atlas of Human Geography by Marthe Rajchman
    17. Compass of the World by Hans W. Weigert and Vilhjalmur Stefansson
    18. World Maps and Globes by Irving Fisher and O.M. Miller
    19. The Geography of World Air Transport by J. Parker Van Zandt
    20. The Literature of European Imperialism, 1815-1939 by Lowell J. Ragatz
    21. Everybody's Political What's What? by Bernard Shaw
    22. The First and Second World Wars by Francis J. Tschan
    23. The Statesman's Year Book, 1944 by M. Epstein
    24. 1944 Britannica Book of the Year~~Nineteen Forty-Four Britannica Book of the Year by Walter Yust
    Foreign Affairs, January 1945, pp. 330-331