Universities, revivified and reinspired, I look to play their part in this national service. Still from the cloistered alleys and the hallowed groves of Oxford, true to her old traditions, but widened in her activities and scope, let there come forth... Frontiers - Page 57by George Nathaniel Curzon Marquis of Curzon - 1907 - 58 pagesFull view
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Ulrich Best - 2007 - 279 pages
...both the soldier's character, and the Empire. Students of borders are the advance guard of the Empire. "Let the advance guard of Empire march forth, strong...work. The Frontiers of Empire continue to beckon." (Curzon 1907) There is a curious contradiction in the writing of Curzon and Penck. In spite of the...