The Round Table a Quarterly Review of the Politics of the British Empire December MCMXIV
(Great Britain - 20th Century - Periodical - History - World War I)

London, England: Macmillan & Co., Ltd., 1914. F (6) + 302 pages; with color folding map: Racial and National Boundaries in Central Europe and 2 black and white folding maps, Alsace-Lorraine and the Rhine Frontier (and) The Races of Austria-Hungary. Articles on current events concerning the British Empire and the world, including notice of the death of Lord Roberts; After Four Months' War; Nationalism and Liberty; The Doctrine of Ascendancy; Russia and her ideals; War and Financial Exhaustion; United Kingdom: The Irish Controversy, the Passage of the Home Rule Act, The Rupture with Turkey; Canada, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand news items. Also, Official Publications of Foreign Governments respecting the European Crisis: being "...summaries of the Russian Orange Book, the Belgian Grey Book and the full text of the German case, and also a summary of the exhibits attached to it..." Previous owner pencil name of C.F. Jones within, also a subscription form for the publication. Printed at the Arden Press Letchworth. Volume approx. 6" x 9 1/2" size, printed paper covered cardstock boards; some edge, tips wear and rubbing to the binding, spine paper covering chipped at ends, split a little; endpapers spotty; text block clean and binding solid and in good condition. Good Hardcover (Item ID: 24640)


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