Imperialism and Intrigue

October 1917
New Republic;10/13/17, Vol. 12 Issue 154, p289
Focuses on the concept of imperialism in Germany. Product of imperialism; Disappearance of intrigue in international affairs with imperialism; Closure on the era of expanding imperialism.


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