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The Romance of History: Essays in Honor of Lawrence S. Kaplan


The Romance of History is a collection of articles and essays which reflects the varied professional interests of eminent diplomatic historian Lawrence S. Kaplan. The collection is drawn largely from



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The Romance of History: Essays in Honor of Lawrence S. Kaplan


The Romance of History is a collection of articles and essays which reflects the varied professional interests of eminent diplomatic historian Lawrence S. Kaplan. The collection is drawn largely from