1917. Van Dyke, the American clergyman, diplomat, educator, and author, narrates some his experiences in Holland as an envoy of the world-peace founded on justice which is America's great desire. He writes prophetically in the Foreword...The third peace conference is more needed, more desirable, than ever. But we shall never get it until the military forces of Germany are broken, and the predatory Potsdam gang which rules them is brought low. Contents: Fair-Weather and Storm Signs; Apologue; The Werwolf at Large; Germania Mendax; A Dialogue on Peace between a Householder and a Burglar; Stand Fast, Ye Free!; and Pax Humana. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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B&R Samizdat Express
February 01, 2009
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