War as a Social Institution: The Historian's Perspective, Jesse D. Clarkson and Thomas C. Cochran
Florentine Politics and Society, 1343-1378, Gene A. Brucker Reviewed by Felix Gilbert
Vatican Diplomacy: A Study of Church and State on the International Plane, Robert A. Graham Reviewed by Felix Gilbert
Documents on British Foreign Policy, 1919-1939, E. L. Woodward and Rohan Butler Reviewed by Felix Gilbert
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