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Johnston, Harry Hamilton, Sir, 1858-1927.
Common sense in foreign policy.
London, Smith, Elder & Co., 1913
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|Notes:||"The germ of this little work lay in a series of articles contributed to the Daily graphic in the summer-autumn of 1903, entitled 'Empires of the future'."--Pref. note.|
|Description:||x, 119 pages 8 maps (7 folded) 23 cm|
|Contents:||Prefatory note.--The foreign policy of the British Empire.--Britain and France.--Britain, Germany, and Austria-Hungary.--Britain and Russia.--British relations with Portugal.--Britain and America.--The Far East and near East.--The conduct of our foreign relations.|
|Responsibility:||by Sir Harry Johnston ... illustrated with eight maps by the author and by Dr. J.G. Bartholomew ...|