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Moltke, Helmuth, Graf von, 1800-1891.
Essays, speeches, and memoirs of Field-Marshal Count Helmuth von Moltke.
New York, Harper & Bros., 1893
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Helmuth Moltke, Graf von; Charles Flint McClumpha; Charles St Leger Barter; Mary Herms
|Description:||2 volumes 2 portrait 23 cm|
|Contents:||I. Holland and Belgium in their mutual relations with each other since their separation under Philip II, until their re-union under William I. An account of the internal state of affairs and of the social condition of Poland. The western boundary. Considerations in the choice of railway routes. The Eastern question.--II. Introduction to Moltke's speeches. Drafts of speeches in the "Customs parliament" (Zollparlament). Speeches in the Reichstag and in the Prussian House of lords. Memoirs of the Field-Marshal, written by some of his relations. His work during the last decade of his life. In memoriam.|
|Responsibility:||The essays tr. by Charles Flint McClumpha, PH. D.; the speeches, by Major C. Barter, D.A.A.G.; and the memoirs, by Mary Herms.|