Stevenson's Germany, the case against Germany in the Pacific, by C. Brunsdon Fletcher.
|Main Author:||Fletcher, C. Brunsdon 1859-1946.|
London, W. Heinemann, 1920.
> Politics and government.
Germany > Colonies > Administration.
Great Britain > Colonies > Administration.
"This volume concludes the argument against Germany begun in 'The new Pacific' and continued through 'The problem of the Pacific.' It is also an effort to place Robert Louis Stevenson before the world as an important witness in the case... To get Stevenson into the witness box the history of Germany's thirty years of intrigue and tergiversation, before he reached Samoa, has to be told."--Author's pref.
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