2 edition of Lessons of the war and the peace conference found in the catalog.
Lessons of the war and the peace conference
|Statement||by Oreste Ferrara ... authorized translation from the Spanish by Leopold Grahame.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 252 p.|
|Number of Pages||252|
The first article (p. ) deals mainly with the naval aspects of the war Lessons of the war with Spain, The Peace conference and the moral aspects of the warThe relations of the United States to their new dependenciesDistinguishing qualities of ships of war.- . His life, his mission, his military service, his death seem to represent the contradictions of the peace of the gospel and the tides of war. And so I venture to say something about the war and the gospel we teach. I spoke of this somewhat in our October conference of
Students will fulfill the role of the political leaders at the Conference at Yalta and reenact the conference. They will debate the issues discussed at the conference to determine if they come to the same ends as what actually happened in Students will then predict the implications of the conference on the course of the Cold War and our world today. Learn peace conference world war with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of peace conference world war flashcards on Quizlet.
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Excerpt from Lessons of the War and the Peace Conference Nothing being the only entry on that day; and on the same night Parisians found their usual amuse ment in the theaters, while Waterloo, with all its traditional glamour, was little more than a sequel to the first abdication of : Orestes Ferrara.
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