4 edition of Reflections on the war found in the catalog.
Reflections on the war
Ivernois, Francis d" Sir
by printed for P. Elmsley; J. Debrett; J. Edwards; J. de Boffe; J. Sewell; and Vernor and Hood. June in London
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 3408, no. 10.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||135|
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Reflections on the Civil War was published inthree years after the death of Bruce Catton. John Leekley reworked and restructured audio tapes that he and Catton had been compiling for an oral history into the essays that form the basis for this fascinating book.5/5(5). (War and Peace, Book XI, Chapter I, pp) The peace Tolstoy writes about is not that which is the opposite of war, as the title implies, but rather divine peace; the peace of finding faith in God or of the peace in finding a sense of self, as is the case with Pierre and Natasha.Europe Reflections on World War One: Will we ever learn?
On the 4th AugustBritain declared war on Germany and the First World War began in earnest.