Universal Peace and the School (Document I), item 15

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[Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


14/

into its fourth edition and

has been translated into

twenty languages. It is a book

which had commanded the

respect of Sir Edward Grey and

the German Emperor as well

as of the pacifists. There exists

a wide-spread belief that the

economic power of a country

depends on its military power.

This is the great illusion

which Mr. Angell effectually

dispels. Suppose it to be possible

that Germany could invade

England and annex her to the

German Empire in what way

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[Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


14/

into its fourth edition and

has been translated into

twenty languages. It is a book

which had commanded the

respect of Sir Edward Grey and

the German Emperor as well

as of the pacifists. There exists

a wide-spread belief that the

economic power of a country

depends on its military power.

This is the great illusion

which Mr. Angell effectually

dispels. Suppose it to be possible

that Germany could invade

England and annex her to the

German Empire in what way


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  • October 30, 2017 16:19:18 Thomas A. Lingner

    [Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


    14/

    into its fourth edition and

    has been translated into

    twenty languages. It is a book

    which had commanded the

    respect of Sir Edward Grey and

    the German Emperor as well

    as of the pacifists. There exists

    a wide-spread belief that the

    economic power of a country

    depends on its military power.

    This is the great illusion

    which Mr. Angell effectually

    dispels. Suppose it to be possible

    that Germany could invade

    England and annex her to the

    German Empire in what way

  • October 30, 2017 15:50:25 Thomas A. Lingner

    [Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


    14/

    into its fourth edition and

    has been translated into

    twenty languages. It is a book

    which had commanded the

    respect of Sir Edward Grey and

    the German Emperor as well

    as of the pacifists. There exists

    a wide -spread belief that the

    economic power of a country

    depends on its military power.

    This is the great illusion

    which Mr. Angell effectually

    dispels. Suppose it to be possible

    that Germany could invade

    England and annex her to the

    German Empire in what way


  • July 10, 2017 17:50:42 Annick Rodriguez

    [Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


    14/

    into its fourth edition and

    has been translated into

    twenty languages. It has is a book

    which had commanded the

    respect of Sir Edward Grey and

    the German Emperor as well

    as of the pacifists. There exists

    a well-grounded wide -spread belief that the

    economic power of a country

    depends on its military power.

    This is the great illusion

    which Mr. Angell effectively

    dispels. Suppose it to be possible

    that Germany could invade

    England and annex her to the

    German Empire in what way


  • July 10, 2017 17:47:42 Annick Rodriguez

    [Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


    14/

    into its fourth edition and

    has been translated into

    twenty languages. It has is a book

    which had commanded the

    respect of Sir Edward Grey and

    the German Emperor as well

    as of


  • July 10, 2017 17:44:08 Annick Rodriguez

    [Beaumont Hotel letterhead]


    14/

    into its fourth edition and

    has been translated into

    twenty languages. It has is a book

    which


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    Michigan, USA

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