France, the apostle, and The ethics of the war three lectures delivered before the Royal institution of Great Britain, 1916-1918 by Loyson, Paul Hyacinthe

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Other titlesEthics of the war.
Statementby Paul Hyacinthe Loyson.
ContributionsFrazer, Lady d. 1941, tr.
LC ClassificationsD523 .L79
The Physical Object
Pagination162 p.
Number of Pages162
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Open LibraryOL6614304M
LC Control Number19002566

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Trieste Publishing has a massive catalogue of classic book titles. Our aim is to provide readers with the highest quality reproductions of fiction and non-fiction literature that has stood. Excerpt from France, the Apostle, and the Ethics of the War Among the many lectures and speeches which the author has delivered in Great Britain during the war, for the purpose of the war, he has chosen for publication the three which appear in this volume, first, for the sake of the honour done him by the Royal Institution in inviting him to address it, and, second, because the subject of Author: Paul Hyacinthe Loyson.

On cover: France and the ethics of the war. The first lecture, "France, the apostle," was delivered in French and is translated by Lady Frazer. Description: p. 19 cm. Other Titles: Ethics of the war.

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