Cover of: The Green Star | Joseph W. Dubin

The Green Star

Published by National Institute of Esperanto in Philadelphia, Pa .
Written in English.

About the Book

Published during World War II in the wake of D-Day, the author makes a case for how the international auxiliary language Esperanto would help the post-war peace, along with an overview of the Esperanto movement up through the war years. With photos and illustrations.

First Sentence

History's worst war still consumes the world, after four years of carnage, and long years of teaching to prevent it.

Edition Notes

"Esperanto organizations": p. 265-272.
"References": p. 274-276.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class 408.92
Library of Congress PM8208 .D8

The Physical Object

Pagination vii, 9-281 p.
Number of pages 281

ID Numbers

Open Library OL6486502M
Internet Archive greenstar00dubi
LC Control Number 45013028
OCLC/WorldCat 1447387
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