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International Law - the better way. "The Nations are fast becoming so Civilized as to feel that there is a Better Way to settle their difficulties than by fighting." - U.S. Grant: Pax und Justitia kommen in einem Boot am Ufer des Genfer Sees an und werden dort von John Bull und Uncle Sam sowie von europäischen und amerikanischen Staatsmännern begrüßt (zu S.942)

Th. Nast
[New York]: [McClure], 14.11.1874
Monograph, Other, Printed Resource - 1 Blatt ; 35,0 x 52,0 cm

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International Law - the better way. "The Nations are fast becoming so Civilized as to feel that there is a Better Way to settle their difficulties than by fighting." - U.S. Grant: Pax und Justitia kommen in einem Boot am Ufer des Genfer Sees an und werden dort von John Bull und Uncle Sam sowie von europäischen und amerikanischen Staatsmännern begrüßt (zu S.942)
Statement of Responsibility: Th. Nast
Author / Contributor: Nast, Thomas (1840-1902) ; Grant, Ulysses S. (1822-1885) ; Wilhelm, I. ; Bismarck, Otto von (1815-1898) ; Fish, Hamilton (1808-1893) ; Franz Joseph I., Österreich, Kaiser (1830-1916) ; Viktor Emanuel II., Italien, König (1820-1878) ; Justitia, Fiktive Gestalt ; Uncle Sam, Fiktive Gestalt ; John Bull, Fiktive Gestalt
Publication: [New York]: [McClure], 14.11.1874
Media Type: Monograph
Carrier Type: Other, Printed Resource
Pagination: 1 Blatt ; 35,0 x 52,0 cm
Additional details:
  • Aus: Harpers Weekly, Nr. 933, 14.11.1874, Seite 936-937
  • Reproduktion: Nast, Thomas, 1840-1902: International Law - the better way. "The Nations are fast becoming so Civilized as to feel that there is a Better Way to settle their difficulties than by fighting." - U.S. Grant
  • hbz Verbund-ID: HT020256003

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