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Martin Gilbert • 39 Items / 30 Books, 2 Articles, 6 Reviews, 1 Film
Winston S. Churchill, Vol. III (1971)
The Challenge of War, 1914-1916
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  1. Books
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    Prelude to Greatness (Review)
    Winston S. Churchill, Vol. III, by Martin Gilbert
    1. Winston S. Churchill, Vol. III by Martin Gilbert
    National Review, February 18, 1972, p. 163
  2. Review Article
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    What about the Dardanelles? (2 Reviews)
    Winston S. Churchill, Vol. III, by Martin Gilbert
    1. Winston S. Churchill, Vol. III by Martin Gilbert
    2. The French and the Dardanelles by George H. Cassar
    The American Historical Review, June 1973, pp. 641-648
  3. Books
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    What about the Dardanelles? (2 Reviews)
    Winston S. Churchill, Vol. III, by Martin Gilbert
    1. Winston S. Churchill, Vol. III by Martin Gilbert
    2. Winston S. Churchill: Companion Volume III, 1914-1916 by Martin Gilbert
    National Review, November 23, 1973, pp. 1307-1308
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    Recent Books on International Relations (12 Reviews)
    General: Political and Legal
    1. Fifteen Men on a Powder Keg by Andrew Boyd
    2. Public Affairs by C.P. Snow
    3. Winston S. Churchill, Vol. III by Martin Gilbert
    4. The Survival of Small States by David Vital
    5. Power Through Subversion by Laurence W. Beilenson
    6. Surviving the Future by Arnold J. Toynbee
    7. A World in Revolution by Herbert L. Matthews
    8. Man and Land by Erich H. Jacoby and Charlotte F. Jacoby
    9. The United Nations and Decolonization by Yassin El-Ayouty
    10. US/UN: Foreign Policy and International Organization by Robert E. Riggs
    11. Steinstucken: A Study in Cold War Politics by Honore M. Catudal, Jr.
    12. International Law and Order by Georg Schwarzenberger
    Foreign Affairs, April 1972, p. 578