Germany’s Claim to Colonies. (Information Department Papers,No. 23.)

The Royal Institute of International Affaires is an unofficial and non-political body.Founded in 1920 to encourage and facilitate the scientific study of international affaires.This item issue no.23,is a study of Germanys rights to claim colonies in the continent of Africa,in 4 parts.Part 1=German colonial policy before the World War,and the beginnings of a colonial movement.Part 2=The war,the peace treaties,and the mandates system.Part 3=colonial propaganda in Germany 1919-1938.Part 4.=Reaction in Great Britain to Germany’s claims and access to colonial raw materials.

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Limp printed card covers,hand-soiled and with outer corners very slightly curled.Size 9×6 pp 75,inc.various appendix,page map,no illustrations,text only.No foxing,or staining,slightly age-browned on the outer edges.Otherwise clean and bright throughout.

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