Pax Britannica

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Pax Britannica

By B. G. De Montgomery
Methuen, 1928

In this sequel to his "Unto Caesar" Mr. Voigt establishes the doctrine that the peace of Europe depends upon Britain in association with the United States, and that this Pax Europaea can and must coexist alongside the Pax Muscovita. The remainder of the book is given over to a highly contentious review of recent Polish, Jugoslav and Greek history.

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