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BERTHA VON SUTTNER,; and the struggle to avert the world war


Published by Allen & Unwin, London, 1936
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8vo, pp. 248. Fine. Bertha von Suttner (1843-1914) was an Austrian novelist and pacifist. Her novels reflected her concern for the position of women. She was a secretary to Alfred Nobel and her pacifist novel: Diee Waffen, influenced him to found his Peace Prize. She founded the Austrain Society of Peace Lovers and was the first woman recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. Bookseller Inventory # 7303

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Title: BERTHA VON SUTTNER,; and the struggle to ...

Publisher: Allen & Unwin, London

Publication Date: 1936

Edition: First edn.

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