Einstein on Peace

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Simon & Schuster, 1960 - Peace - 704 pages
The reality of war (1914-1918) -- Revolution in Germany: hope and disillusionment (1919-1923) -- International co-operation and the League of Nations (1922-1927) -- War resistance I (1928-1931) -- War resistance (1931-1932) -- The eve of Fascism in Germany (1932-1933) -- Advent of nazism and advocacy of military preparedness -departure from Europe (1933) -- Arrival in America -rearmament and collective security (1933-1939) -- Birth of the atomic age (1939-1940) -- The second World War (1939-1945) -- The threat of atomic weapons (1945) -- Militancy (1946) -- The need for a supranational organization (1947) -- The struggle for mankind's survival (1948) -- Total disarmament or none (1949-1950) -- The fight for intellectual freedom (1951-1952) -- The threat of universal annihilation (1955).

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