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New York: E. P. Dutton and Company. 1914. Presumed First U. S. Edition, First printing. Hardcover. xiv, 152,  pages. Footnotes. Introduction by Joseph H. Choate. Cover has some wear and soiling. John Adam Cramb (4 May 1862 – October 1913) was a Scottish historian. In 1893 he was appointed Professor of Modern History at Queen's College, London. His last series of lectures was delivered in February and March, 1913, the subject being the relations between England and Germany. He was engaged in preparing these lectures for publication when, in October 1913, he died. Inscribed by E. R. Simonds to Duncan Clinch Phillips (the son of Elias Phillips and Mary Mahon Ormsby) was born in March 1838 at the Ormsby family homestead called “The White House” in what was later the South Side of Pittsburgh. He was educated at St James College in Maryland and Brown University, in RI. During the civil war, Phillips rose to the rank of Major of the Company M, 4th PA cavalry. D C Phillips was associated with Phillips and Company. He was the father of artist and critic Duncan Phillips.
New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1918. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Hardcover. xi, , 301,  pages. Spine weakened and strengthened with glue. Includes Preface, as well as 15 black and white illustrations. as well as chapters on America MUST Be Punished!; The Kaiser at Potsdam; How I Became the Kaiser's Dentist; The Kaiser's Dual Personality; America Disappoints the Kaiser; The Kaiser Defends German War Methods; Democracy's Worst Enemy; The "Yellow Peril'; The Kaiser's Confidence of Victory; The Kaiser's Plan for World Dominion; Prince von Pless; The Kaiser's Appraisal of Public Men; The Kaiserin; The Crown Prince--and Others; The Kaiser himself; The Kaiser at Army Headquarters; The Kaiser and Things American; The Kaiser and the German People; Germany in War-time; The Economic Situation in Germany; and Will There Be a German Revolution? The author was dentist to the Kaiser for fourteen years, and resided in Berlin for fifteen years. He felt that no matter what information he could give as to the Kaiser's viewpoint, ambitions, and plans, the requirements of professional ethics compelled him to withhold that information from the world at large.
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada: Conrad Press, 1970. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Trade paperback. 95,  pages. Preface. Footnotes. Bibliography. Appendices. Photographs. Signed by the Editor on the title page. Cover has some wear and soiling. Contributors include: John A. Lapp, John C. Lott, Jon M. Webb, Jim Wilcox, Walter Klaassen, Jim Wert, Leonard Epp, and Bob Neufeld. Frank H. Epp: (1929-1986) was a churchman, journalist, educator, and author. Educated in theology, mass communication, and history, Epp was professor of history at Conrad Grebel College. He was president of Conrad Grebel College, 1973-1979. Under his leadership, the college expanded to include a new academic building as well as programs in peace and conflict studies. His extensive public writing career began in 1951. As founding editor of The Canadian Mennonite (1953-1967) and Mennonite Reporter (1971-1973), he exercised a broad and sometimes controversial influence among Mennonites in Canada at a time when many of them were in a language transition from German to English. From 1957-1963 he was director and regular speaker for the Conference of Mennonites in Manitoba's "Abundant Life" radio program. Epp's research travels, related to peace education and writing projects, included numerous trips to the Middle East (6), Southeast Asia (3), and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (3). Epp's twelve books include three on the Arab-Israeli conflict in the Middle East and three on Mennonites in Canada. These included Mennonites in Canada, volumes I and II; he was working on volume III at the time of his death. His other books deal with educational institutions and with peace and refugee concerns.
New York: Basic Books, 1999. Third printing [stated]. Hardcover. xliii, , 563,  pages. Figures. Tables Illustrations. Note on Illustrations. Notes. Bibliography. Index. DJ has minor wear and soiling. Niall Campbell Ferguson (born 18 April 1964) is a Scottish historian based in the United States who is the Milbank Family Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and a Senior Faculty Fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard University. Previously, he was a professor at Harvard, the London School of Economics and New York University, a visiting professor at the UK New College of the Humanities, and a senior research fellow at Jesus College, Oxford, England. Ferguson writes and lectures on international history, economic and financial history and British and American imperialism. He holds positive views concerning the British Empire. He once ironically called himself "a fully paid-up member of the neo-imperialist gang" following the 2003 invasion of Iraq. In 2004, he was one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people in the world. Ferguson has written and presented numerous television documentary series, including The Ascent of Money, which won an International Emmy award for Best Documentary in 2009. Ferguson has been a contributing editor for Bloomberg Television and a columnist for Newsweek. He began writing a twice-a-month column for Bloomberg Opinion in June 2020.
Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1968. First Edition [stated], presumed first printing. Hardcover. Format is approximately 5.5 inches by 8.5 inches. viii, 352 pages. Footnotes. Index. Denna Frank Fleming (1893–1980) was an American historian and political scientist, who is best known for his work The Cold War and Its Origins. Denna Frank Fleming was Emeritus Professor International Relations at Vanderbilt University and had published frequently in publications such as The Western Political Quarterly, Events, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, The Nation, British Weekly, and War/Peace Report. From 1939 to 1947, Fleming presented a series of weekly radio programs broadcast from WSM over much of the United States concerning events leading up to, during, and after the World War II. The programs were favorably received and many of them were collected and published in the book While America Slept. Transcripts of most of these broadcasts are in the collection. Committed to peace, Fleming supported numerous organizations including the American Association for the United Nations, Inc., the Arms Control Association, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and the Fund for Peace.
Pacific Palisades, CA: Goodyear Publishing Company, Inc., 1971. First Printing [Stated]. Hardcover. xiv, , 144 pages. Figures. Tables. Bibliography. Index. DJ is somewhat soiled and worn, especially at the edges. Tear, crease, and scratches at the back of the DJ. Edward Bernard Glick received his Ph.D. from the University of Florida and spent the bulk of his career at Temple University where his last title was Professor Emeritus of Political Science. Early in his career he specialized in civil-military relations, the politics of national defense and Latin American affairs. Later he also addressed Middle East issues.