2 edition of Peace by ordeal found in the catalog.
Peace by ordeal
Frank Pakenham Earl of Longford
|Statement||by Frank Pakenham.|
|Contributions||Great Britain., Ireland.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 3-399,  p.|
|Number of Pages||399|
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Lord Longford is better known as an Anglo-Irish patrician, a Catholic activist, a quixotic prison reformer and a Labour cabinet minister, than as an historian. But 60 years ago, writing as Frank Pakenham, he uncovered the story of these negotiations in a remarkable book. I first encountered Peace by Ordeal at Cambridge.
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Nations are considered conquered, he writes, when the invaders win more battles than the defenders and occupy the enemy capital.