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England's World Empire: Some Reflections Upon Its Growth and Policy

by Alfred Hoyt Granger

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4886. England's World Empire Some Reflections Upon Its Growth and Policy, by Alfred Hoyt Granger (read 8 Dec 2011) This book was published in 1916 and is written by an American architect who argues that Britain should not have entered into the Great War, and that the German invasion of Belguim was not a good reason for Britain entering the war. I did not agree with him but he does present the case against Britain, and the U.S,, entering the war with cogent arguments. ( )
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