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The Freedom of the Seas

  • Couverture cartonnée
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Excerpt from The Freedom of the Seas: The History of a German Trap

The following pages are not designed to serve any party purpose, nor would they have been written, or published, if mere criticism of the past were their aim and object.

They deal with an all-important part of a very live issue, namely, The future Naval policy of Great Britain.

Such a subject, at such a time, demands outspoken treatment. It is worse than useless to gloss over, explain away, or minimise past mistakes; no public interest can be served by the adoption of such a course.

It may be suggested that the title is a misnomer; but a trap is none the less a trap even if one falls into it with one's eyes Open.

The quotations from Parliamentary speeches are made from the Official Debates.

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Titre: The Freedom of the Seas
Sous-titre: The History of a German Trap (Classic Reprint)
Code EAN: 9781330968796
ISBN: 1330968794
Format: Couverture cartonnée
nombre de pages: 164
Poids: 230g
Taille: H229mm x B152mm x T9mm
Année: 2015