Charlottenburg: Mundus Verlagsanstalt, 1919 (?). First edition. Softcover. 8vo. 71pp. Decorative wrappers. A german work by the anti-socialist, Georg Fr. Nicolai (born Lewinstein) (1874-1864) who had published in 1914 an anti-war treatise "Manifesto to the Europeans" which was signed by only three other intellectuals, Albert Einstein, Julius Förster and Otto Buek. Age toning browing of paper. Overall good. g. Item #18201
Romain Rolland, (1866 - 1944), French writer and dramatist, was best known for his work "Jean-Christophe". He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1915. Rolland was an avid pacifist who believed that art is a crucial tool in bringing people towards enlightenment.