If the Germans conquered England, and other essays, by Robert Lynd.

Dublin and London, Maunsel and company ltd., 1917.

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Subjects World War, 1914-1918.
Description 2 p. l., vii-xiii, 158 p. 20 cm.
Notes "Practically all the essays in this book have appeared in the New statesman ... The sketch of T. M. Kettle appeared in the Daily news, and that of the Sheehy-Skeffington in the Ploughshare. The essay, "On nationalism and nationality," was written as a preface to a report of the Nationalities and subject races conference as long ago as 1910."--Pref. note.
Contents If the Germans conquered England.--The darkness.--Revenge.--The ass.--Farewell to treating.--Refugees.--Coward conscience.--On doing nothing.--Ruthlessness.--Myths.--Courage.--Thrice is he armed.--This luxurious earth.--On saving money.--Peace on earth.--Grub.--On taking a walk in London.--White citizens.--On being a working man.--The business man.--Horrors of war.--T.M. Kettle.--Frances Sheehy-Skiffington.--Nationality.--The spirit of man.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)03783592
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