Frankfurt/M., Berlin, Bern, New York, Paris, Wien, 1996. 299 pp., 13 fig.
Contents: The perception of Germany by English writers in the years leading up to and including the First World War - The
role of A.R. Orage as editor of the New Age and the function of his periodical for the reception of German culture
in England - Orage and Nietzsche - Orage as intermediary, instrumental in presenting to his English readership an understanding
of Wihelmine Germany.