THE BIG THREE by David J. Dellin


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This is Dallin's fourth book dealing -- in the main -- with Soviet Russia. In its was of an undercurrent of anti-Sovietian. This time the bias is Although writing about interrelations of Britain and the U.S. -- Britain and Russia --Russia and the U.S. -- and the inevitable interlocking of problems of Central Europe, the Middle East, the Far East, France, Germany, Italy, -- he and recurrently goes back to the Soviet showing through various channels wherein the danger lies. Even those developments which -- as in forthcoming book -- night be favorably viewed he sees a Soviet bogey, Actually, in his contrasting picture of Britain's flexible foreign policy, the objective reader night feel that the choice is an unpalatable one -- a plague on both their houses.

Publisher: Yale