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To end war

Frederick Joseph Libby

To end war

the story of the National Council for Prevention of War

by Frederick Joseph Libby

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Published by Fellowship Publications in Nyack, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • National Council for Prevention of War (U.S.)

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 183-186.

    Statementby Frederick J. Libby.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJX1908.U6 N572
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 188 p.
    Number of Pages188
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4910510M
    LC Control Number76085328

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    Jul 13,  · On Nov. 11, , at 11 a.m. in Compiègne, France, the Allied powers and Germany officially put into effect their agreement to end hostilities, marking the conclusion of World War I. Oct 20,  · The book moves beyond pure analysis or a dry and boring time line, it makes the events come to life in an impressive way. While the Dayton Agreement faced a lot of criticism, it did put an end to the Bosnian civil war in November This can really be seen as a major achievement of the negotiating team.


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Jul 24,  · This was a great book. Robbins writing is a delight and the time he puts into research is clearly evident in the plot details. The End of War is basically a Greek Tragedy set in WWII, with the "Gods" -- Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin -- meddling into the lives of "mortals" by playing geopolitics as their armies race to take Berlin.

I can't succinctly put into words the plot or the 4/5. This book is Holbrooke's gripping inside account of his mission, of the decisive months when, belatedly and reluctantly but ultimately decisively, the United States reasserted its moral authority and leadership and ended Europe's worst war in over half a century.

To End a War reveals many important new details of how America made this historic 3/5(3). Fred Ikle's book Every War Must End has influenced analysts and policymakers for decades.

Gideon Rose's How Wars End is likely to be just as influential for generations to come. You may think. To End a War, by Richard Holbrooke Knopf,pages Reviewed by Emma Cherniavsky Co-Chair, Young Advocates, California Committee South To End a War recounts the tortuous path that led to the.

Jun 30,  · This book is Holbrooke's gripping inside account of his mission, of the decisive months when, belatedly and reluctantly but ultimately decisively, the United States reasserted its moral authority and leadership and ended Europe's worst war in over half a century.

To End a War reveals many important new details of how America made this historic /5. Robbins views it all unsparingly. Quoting Plato, he writes: “Only the dead have seen the end of war.” Brilliant storytelling by an author who continues to grow and impress (War of the Rats,etc.), and who, here, seems in absolute control of his material.

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He gets right to it in a way that draws in the reader/5. Holbrooke talked about his new book [To End a War], published by Random House. The book takes a look at the complicated process of securing the Dayton Peace Accords from the perspectives of the.

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Lawrence Abel sheds light on the details surrounding the death of. May 15,  · Woodrow Wilson’s fatuous claim about the European war of — sarcastically annexed by Adam Hochschild for the title of this moving and. To End a War captures this mood precisely; Holbrooke offers gripping tales of marathon hour sessions, scenes of the Balkan leaders screaming at one another and at the Americans, and offers unforgettable portraits of Milosevic, Izetbegovic, and Tudjman.

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Aug 01,  · To End a War is full of praise for Milosevic’s “tactical flexibility and superb negotiating skills”; his superior mind, which quickly “assimilate[s] every nuance of documents written in English”; and his stamina during negotiations.

But Holbrooke’s book, extracts of which have been published in the Belgrade press, is likely to. May 08,  · To End All Wars by Adam Hochschild – review sacrifice [written in a visitors' book at a cemetery on the Somme], when my reason for being here is the belief that this war was needless folly.

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Holbrooke's account of his dealing with the Croatians, Bosnians, and Serbs was no .Sep 15,  · The Times Book Review put together a list of essential reading, but suggestions kept coming in.

Times readers weighed in with their favorite Author: Susan Ellingwood.