|Statement||by Norman Angell.|
|LC Classifications||D443 .A48 1938|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||328|
|LC Control Number||38017373|
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lasting peace. Yet in fewer than 15 years, the treaty’s flaws contributed to the rise of militant dictators in the heart of Europe — in Russia, Italy, and Germany The Flawed Peace World War I, or the Great War, as it was known at the time, had begun in August Decades of territorial rivalry, militarism. “The one who called himself the Apostle grinned pleasingly and added his newly acquired snapshots to his dimly lit gallery. The blood red walls were almost totally covered in newspaper cuttings, glossy photographs and assorted memorabilia. Dictators Threaten World Peace In his book Mein Kampf[My Struggle], Hitler set forth the basic beliefs of Nazism that became the plan of action for the Nazi Party. Nazism (nätPsGzQEm), the German brand of fascism, was based on extreme nationalism. Hitler, who had. The first book to focus systematically on the foreign policy of different types of authoritarian regimes, Dictators at War and Peace breaks new ground in our understanding of the .