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A Peace review special number, summer 1952.
|Statement||Dr. James G. Endicott describes germ warfare ...|
|Contributions||Canadian Peace Congress|
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|Pagination||34,  p. (incl. covers)|
|Number of Pages||34|
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In the words of historian Barbara Tuchman, it was "one of the great commotions of history." Zola's intent was to force his own prosecution for libel so that the emerging facts of the Dreyfus case could be.
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