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THE GREAT GLOBE ITSELF : A Preface to World Affairs

by Bullitt, William C.; (Francis P. Sempa, Introduction)

Condition: NEAR FINE/Near Fine

New York, NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1946. Text/BRAND NEW & Bright. Maroon line boards/Fine. DJ/NF w/light edge & surface rubs & small loss to upper spine edge. Review of international relations during 1914 to 1946, between USA, Great Britain ans the Soviett Union. Author William Bullitt (1891 - 1967), the first U.S. Ambassador to the USSR, and to France at the outbreak of the 2nd World War records the emerging Cold War between the US and the USSR. nited States and the Soviet Union. During the war, Bullitt repeatedly urged President Roosevelt to wage war with a view toward the postwar balance of power. Volume records missed opportunities and misreadings of the Soviet Union, albeit a wartime ally. . First Edition, First Thus. Hard Cover. NEAR FINE/Near Fine. First Edition, 1946.


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