London:: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1967., 1967. 8vo. xvii, , 246 pp. 12 illus., index. Red gilt-stamped cloth. Near fine. Introduction by Hugh Trevor Roper (1914-2003), the always controversial (and in the case of Adolph Hitler's "diaries", as well as the historical role of Count Folke Bernadotte, wrong) historian. The book expands Purver's 1959 doctoral thesis and includes an interesting discussion of the origins of the invisible college (pp. 193-205).
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