Gordon Brook-Shepherd - History - 1987 - 357 pages
Examines the reasons for the inability of the European monarchies to prevent World War I and focuses on Franz Josef of Austria, William II of Germany, and Nicholas II of Russia
William Jannen - History - 1996 - 456 pages
Examines the causes of World War I, and looks at how the actions of leaders determined to avoid war actually led to war.
Varda Burstyn - Fiction - 2005 - 294 pages
A diverse group of environmentalists, bureaucrats, and industry insiders unites to foil the plot of a powerful industrialist consortium led by William Greele to control Quebec ...