3 edition of The attitude of Great Britain in the present war found in the catalog.
The attitude of Great Britain in the present war
|Statement||by James Bryce.|
|LC Classifications||D517 .B7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||16010492|
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Excerpt from The Attitude of Great Britain in the Present War There is a familiar expression which we use in England to sum up the position and aims of a nation. Is What does the nation stand for What are the principles and the interests which prescribe its course.
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We in Britain who respect and value the opinion of the free neutral peoples of Europe and America cannot but desire that those peoples should be duly informed of the way in which we regard the circumstances and possible results of the present conflict.
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