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  1. Wildly overreaching book attempts, in a single 350 page volume, to examine the tumultuous events immediately following World War I: the Versailles Peace Conference, Russian Revolution, Bolshevik coup in Hungary, D'Annuzzio's coup d'etat in Fiume, the Spartacist rising in Germany, labor unrest in England and America, and many other topics. The scope is commendable but the book becomes self-defeating: Mitchell can't hope to provide anything like depth or insight, since he can only treat each topic [...]

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