2 edition of The nations at war found in the catalog.
The nations at war
Willis J. Abbot
|Statement||by Willis J. Abbot ... with numerous illustrations from drawings by the foremost war artists and photographs taken in the field by experts of every nation.|
|LC Classifications||D522 .A2 1918|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p.l., 328 p.|
|Number of Pages||328|
|LC Control Number||18009741|
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Title The war of the nations: portfolio in rotogravure etchings: compiled from the Mid-week pictorial. Summary Contains 1, rotogravure images with brief descriptive captions, broad organizational. Nations at War provides a scientifically-derived explanation of war.
It develops this explanation by reviewing data-based studies of international conflict, analyzing war from the fifteenth /5(15). The nations at war Paperback – Decem by Willis J. (Willis John) Abbot (Author) See all 27 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Kindle Author: Willis J. (Willis John) Abbot Why Nations go to War was a very good read and certainly gave a lot of insight into various conflicts in the 20th century. there was a chapter at the end of the book that made me view this book with a /5.
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10, likes 44 talking about this. Build a global military empire and crush your enemies in War of Nations. Battle other players, take over the world and become the most dominant Followers: 10K. The nations, as far as can be inferred, appear to have emerged from nuclear warfare and civil dissolution over 20 years betweenthe end of World War II, and Eurasia was likely formed first.
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It needs none. It deserves praise, not censure. Critics with neither information nor vision, who cannot see that .Wherefore, since nations are equal and independent (Book II.
§ 36, and Prelim. §§ 18, 19), and cannot claim a right of judgment over each other, it follows, that in every case susceptible of doubt, the arms .