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Ivor Benson

This Age Of Conflict (1987)

This Age Of Conflict (1987) by Ivor Benson

Excerpt from opening chapter:

Part, One

THIS AGE OF CONFLICT

"It is almost a joke now in the Western world, in the 20th century, to use words like 'good' and 'evil'. They have become almost. old-fashioned concepts, but they are very real and . genuine concepts. These are concepts from a sphere w...

Nathuram Vinayak Godse

May It Please Your Honour: Statement of Nathuram Godse (1989)

May It Please Your Honour: Statement of Nathuram Godse (1989) by Nathuram Vinayak Godse

This volume contains the original statement of Mahatma Gandhi's Assassin made in the trial court which sentenced him to death. It is preceded by a brief statement of his brother. Both the statements seek to justify the murder of Mahatma Gandhi because of his...

George Seldes

Iron Blood And Profits: An Exposure Of The World-Wide Munitions Racket (1934)

Iron Blood And Profits: An Exposure Of The World-Wide Munitions Racket (1934) by George Seldes

Chapter One

For giving aid or, comfort to the enemy in time of war the penalty is death. Both civilians and soldiers share this punishment. If an American or a British or a French soldier in No Man’s Land had ever been caught giving a rifle or a gr...

Guiles Davenport

Zaharoff: High Priest of War (1934)

Zaharoff: High Priest of War (1934) by Guiles Davenport

Foreword

REVERSING the conventions, Sir Basil Zaharoff is already a legend. Ordinarily mortals must die to achieve the aureole and usually they are a long time dead before the fact and fancy have merged sufficiently to form a foolproof legend: yet Zaharoff, with all modesty and dignity, a...

Stalin, Joseph, 1878-1953

J.V. Stalin replies to 'Pravda' correspondent on the atomic weapon (1951)

J.V. Stalin replies to 'Pravda' correspondent on the atomic weapon (1951) by Stalin, Joseph, 1878-1953

Stalin's official public comments on nuclear weapons.

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