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THE HISTORY OF TWELVE DAYS. JULY 24th to
AUGUST 4th, 1914. ammo AN Acooxmr or run 1<noo·r1A­
TIONS PREOEDING THE OUTBREAK OF WLR, BASED ON THE áä
OFFICIAL PUBLIGATIONS.
By J. W. HEADLAM, M.A.
Formerly Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge.
Oloth, 10s. 6d. net. Second Edition. (Third Impression.)
" Mr. Headlam has written an exceptionally full, clear, and able snslycis .
of the diplomatie negotiations during the twelve momentous days before lg
Great Britain entered the w¤r."-The Times.
" Mr. J. W. Headlam has done a greet service. not only to the historian of
the future, but to the intelligent render of to­day, in reducing to coherent
order, and providing with an acute und judicious comrnentary, the tangled
medley of documents recording th-e negotiations which preceded the wsr." I
-­The Daily News. i
" Nothing better on this subject has appeared. It is tïrsbmte in its clearnees L
gi nerrative, its sobriety of judgment, and its sobolarly srrnng=ement."­­Th¢
peotatar.
" In order to arrive at a. clear judgment of the individual responsibility of i
the various belligerenta {or the wur now raging it is exential to trace the
policy of each from the beginning of the crisis down te the outbreek of
hoetilities. This task has been periormed by Mr. J. W. Headlam with com-
plete success. nml his book is therefore a most valuable contribution te the
diplomatie history of the war."-Daily Telegraph.
" Thin is one of the boolïs for which one predicte a permanent place in the
literature of the war."­-Saturday Review.
"Mr. Heedlam has so far produced the completest record and the best com- i
mentnry we have met with concerning the fateful twelve days that preoeded
the war. It is s. book which every one who can uiïord it ought to posaess."- L
Sunday Time:. ,
T. FI·SlH·EiR UN WIN , LTD., 1, Adelphi Terraoe, LONDON.
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