Booklet, Modern Germany ( Prusso-Germany ) and the British Empire

Gilchrist, Duncan
Gore Publishing Company, Ltd
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The paper Modern Germany (Prusso-Germany) and the British Empire was read before the Gore Young Men's Society at Gore on 21, 1909 by Duncan Gilchrist.

Gilchrist's premise is that Germany is a menace to the peace of the world and a source of danger to the British Empire.

Reprinted from the Mataura Ensign of June 23 and 30, 1909.
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Printed on paper with black ink.
Height x Width: 217 x 140mm
Russell Duncan Ko te Matauranga te Kaha, Bookplate, Printed
On page 7 is Russell Duncan's stamp depicting two arrows. This decoration is found on his bookplate., Stamp, Stamp
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from the Russell Duncan Collection
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Pams B2 Gil, 1566, 919.3132, 22106


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