The Pangerman Plot Unmasked. Berlin's Formidable Peace-trap of "The Drawn War".

By: CHERADAME, ANDRE:

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Brown cloth covers with red to spine and front. In very good condition. Spine slightly darkened and small marks on covers. Marks on fore edge. Slight browning to endpapers. Owner’s inscription on half title page. Loose insert, John Murray catalogue of books on the Great War. A clean and tight copy. 235pp. plus 4pp.cat. With b/w maps. Published during the Great War and sub-titled “Berlin’s formidable peace-trap of "The Drawn War"”, the thesis of this book is that the Germans had a plan stretching back 20 years to create a pan-German empire from the Persian Gulf to the French border and that this plan was ultimately responsible for the First World War. Fascinating and informed.

Title: The Pangerman Plot Unmasked. Berlin's Formidable Peace-trap of "The Drawn War".

Author Name: CHERADAME, ANDRE:

Categories: POLITICS,

Publisher: London, John Murray. 1917:

Seller ID: 54193

Keywords: POLITICS ANDRE CHERADAME, Pangerman Plot, Berlin, Peace-trap, Drawn War, pan-German empire, plans, plots,