International Labor, Diplomacy, and Peace 1914-1919

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International Labor, Diplomacy, and Peace 1914-1919

By Austin Van Der Slice
University of Pennsylvania Press, 1941
408 pp. $4.00
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A study of the aims and activities of the labor movements of France, Britain and the United States during the First World War, and of how the liberal objectives of these groups were defeated by secret diplomacy at the Peace Conference.

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