BOOK – PRINCIPLES OF PRUSSIAN ADMINISTRATION BY HERMAN GERLACH JAMES, PHD AUTOGRAPHED BY THE AUTHOR.
This is a consignment item. The hardbacked book was first published by a professor at the University of Texas in February 1913. The book deals with the scope of Prussia’s government and administration. It speaks of the role of the civil government and the monarchy in Germany.
The book is nearly 300 pages in length and was an attempt to inform Americans about the ways in which the Prussian government operated. It was published about four years before the U.S. entered WW I with the Allies against Germany in 1917. The book is autographed in black ink by the author on its fly leaf. The dedication dates from March 1913, a month after the book was published. The book’s overall condition is good, with sturdy binding. The book displays a stamp indicating that it once belonged to Alabama’s Auburn University.