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Patriotic Pacifism

Patriotic Pacifism
  • Author: Sandi E. Cooper
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
  • ISBN: 9780195057157
  • Page: 336
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Peace movements became a part of the national landscapes of British, American, and European politics in the nineteenth century, reaching their peak during the European arms race of 1889-1914.

Peace movements became a part of the national landscapes of British, American, and European politics in the nineteenth century, reaching their peak during the European arms race of 1889-1914. This study examines the history of European peace movements from the end of the Napoleonic wars to the beginning of the First World War, analysing their methods and influence, and examining their ideological underpinnings and internal conflicts.


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