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    Shorter Notices (3 Reviews)
    The Origins of Modern Spain, by J.B. Trend
    1. The Origins of Modern Spain by J.B. Trend
    2. Prison Letters of Countess Markievicz by Constance G.G. de Markievicz
    3. To One Who Mourns at the Death of the Emperor by Kimi Gengo
    The Nation, August 15, 1934, p. 196
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (22 Reviews)
    The British Commonwealth of Nations
    1. A History of the English People by Elie Halevy
    2. British Commonwealth Relations by Arnold J. Toynbee
    3. British Foreign Policy from 1815 to 1933 by William Edwards
    4. The Consequences of the War to Great Brotain by Francis W. Hirst
    5. Curzon: The Last Phase, 1919-1925 by Harold George Nicolson
    6. Foreign Relations in British Labour Politics by William P. Maddox
    7. Preparing for Power by J.T. Murphy
    8. C.P. Scott of the Manchester Guardian by J.L. Hammond
    9. Goldsworthy Lowes Dickenson by E.M. Forster
    10. Special Correspondent by Robert Bernays
    11. The Royal Air Force by Alfred O. Pollard
    12. Prison Letters of Countess Markievicz by Constance G.G. de Markievicz
    13. Ulster Was Right by Henry Maxwell
    14. South Africa by J.A.I. Agar-Hamilton
    15. Permanent Way Through the Khyber by Victor Bayley
    16. Rise and Fulfilment of British Rule in India by Edward J. Thompson and G.T. Garratt
    17. Beyond the White Paper by Philip Cox
    18. India's Social Heritage by Lewis S.S. O'Malley
    19. The Living India: Its Romance and Realities by George F. MacMunn
    20. India's Foreign Trade Since 1870 by Parimal Ray
    21. A Foreigner Looks at India by Paul Staal
    22. British Opium Policy in China and India by David Edward Owen
    Foreign Affairs, October 1934, pp. 174-175