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Duff Cooper • 10 Items / 9 Books, 1 Article
Haig (1935)
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (4 Reviews)
    The World War
    1. Great Britain and the German Navy by E.L. Woodward
    2. International Socialism and the World War by Merle Fainsod
    3. Haig by Duff Cooper
    4. War Letters of General Monash by John Monash and F.M. Cutlack
    Foreign Affairs, January 1936, p. 359
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    The Check List (5 Reviews)
    1. Brandeis: The Personal History of an American Ideal by Alfred Lief
    2. Haig by Duff Cooper
    3. Prophet of America by Newton Dillaway
    4. Gomez: Tyrant of the Andes by Thomas Rourke
    5. Mohammed by Essad Bey
    The American Mercury, December 1936, p. 506
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations by (6 Reviews)
    The World War
    1. The War in Outline, 1914-1918 by Basil H. Liddell Hart
    2. Air Power and Armies by John C. Slessor
    3. The War of the Guns by Aubrey Wade
    4. War Memoirs, Vol. V: 1917-1918 by David Lloyd George
    5. Haig by Duff Cooper
    6. The Nation at War by Erich Ludendorff
    Foreign Affairs, January 1937, p. 391
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    The New Books (11 Reviews)
    Primitivism and Decadence, by Yvor Winters
    1. Primitivism and Decadence by Yvor Winters
    2. Haig by Duff Cooper
    3. On Gilbert Head by Elizabeth Etnier
    4. A Saga of the Seas by Philip Bayaud McDonald
    5. John L. Lewis: Leader of Labor by Cecil Carnes
    6. Laughter in Cheyne Walk by Ursula Bloom
    7. The First Russian Revolution, 1825 by Anatole G. Mazour
    8. Hail Caesar! by David Darrah
    9. William G. Brownlow by E. Merton Coulter
    10. The Soul of the White Ant by Eugene N. Marais
    11. Allah Dethroned: A Journey Through Modern Turkey by Lilo Linke
    The Saturday Review, August 14, 1937, p. 18