The War: The Voice of ireland, How Long Will It Last?, Poland Under the Germans, What Britain Is Fighting For, Some American Opinions on the Indian Empire, The Murder of Captain Fryatt, The Horrors of Louvain, The Straight Path and the Crooked . . .

By: Redmond, John and H. H. Asquith, Edward Grey, William Archer et al.

Price: $40.00

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Book Condition: Very Good


12mo - 17.5 x 11.5 cm.; Textured brown cloth over boards with gilt lettering on the spine. A collection of uniformly reprinted articles, offprints and small books from various publishers all on the subject of the First World War. The pagination is unique to each section. Contents: I - "The Voice of Ireland being an interview with John Redmond, M.P. and some messages from representative Irishmen regarding the Sinn Fein Rebellion" pages 1-55, II - "How Long Will It Last - reprinted by permission from the New York Tribune of the 3rd May, 1916 and published by Jas. Truscott & Son of London in 1916 - pages 1-14, III - "Poland Under the Germans" - four articles published together by Sir Joseph Causton of London in 1916. pages 1-30. III - "What Britain Is Fighting for, A Reply to the German Chancellor". A Speech by the Rt. Hon. H. H. Asquith, Prime Minister on the 10th April, 1916, pages 1-11. IV - "Interview with Sir Edward Grey" pages 1-14. V - "Some American Opinions on the Indian Empire" published by T. Fisher Unwin of London, pages 1-31. VI - "The Murder of Captain Fryatt" published by Hodder and Stoughton of London in 1916, pages 1-47. VII - "The Horrors of Louvain" by an Eye Witness with an Introduction by Lord Halifax as published by the Sunday Times, pages 1-52. VIII - "The Straight Path and the Crooked" published by T. Fisher Unwin, pages 1-12. IX - "Colour Blind Neutrality, An Open Letter to Doctor George Brandes" by William Archer" published by Hodder & Stoughton in 1916, pages 1-53. X - "The One Condition of Peace" by Sir Edward Goschen formerly British Ambassador at Berlin published by Jas. Truscott & Son of London in 1916, pages 1-6. Library markings are a plain black rectangle on the lower spine and stamps on the front free end papers. The book shows mild wear to the externals and a previous owner has written in a table of contents on the front free end paper which also has an old price of 5 cents written in red pencil on it. Otherwise the book is clean with a solid binding. An odd compendium of related material to be sure.; Ex-Library

Title: The War: The Voice of ireland, How Long Will It Last?, Poland Under the Germans, What Britain Is Fighting For, Some American Opinions on the Indian Empire, The Murder of Captain Fryatt, The Horrors of Louvain, The Straight Path and the Crooked . . .

Author Name: Redmond, John and H. H. Asquith, Edward Grey, William Archer et al.

Categories: History,

Publisher: Various, Various.:

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 26938

Keywords: History; WWI; First World War; Ireland; Joh Redmond; Asquith; Edward Grey; William Archer; Edward Goschen; Poland; Germany; Louvain; Fryatt;