I desire to call attention to one thing only: the problem of the Slav is not merely a European and Asiatic problem; it is a world problem. Great Britain and America are directly interested, the former by its proximity to Slavdom in Asia, the other because it is a neighbor across the Pacific, which does not divide but unites, is not a barrier as it used to be, but a bridge. At the same time the Slav problem reaches the heart of Europe and dominates the whole of its southeastern portion, a region where three continents meet and many interests intermingle. It is and will be a world problem indeed.
I hope that the love and enthusiasm of this dear friend of Slavs, which prompted him to undertake the writing of the book, will be rewarded by a kind reception on the part of the reading public. I further hope that readers will be stimulated to a more thorough study of a question which is inevitably going to be a deeply burning question in the near future.
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