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Against War by Desiderius Erasmus

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Against War
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Publisher: The Merrymount Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1480227463
Number of pages: 72

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War was shocking to Erasmus alike on every side of his remarkably complex and sensitive nature. It was impious; it was inhuman; it was ugly; it was in every sense of the word barbarous, to one who before all things and in the full sense of the word was civilized and a lover of civilization.

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