UNTO CAESAR by F. A. Voight


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Intellectual approach to the problems besetting Europe today, with an analysis of the forerunner of the current situations: the Marxian myth (not theory) which has been misapplied and twisted in its interpretation. Discussions of Lenin and Hitler, as personalities and forces, the state of the country before they came to power and how it worked to their advantage, the effects of their programs; the League; War and its possibilities; England's danger, why it exists and what the results may be; the Pax Britannica and its failure and the need for a Pax Europaica between Germany, France and England. Each chapter has many source quotations and notes and the whole is much more for the advanced thinker than the casual student of foreign affairs.

Pub Date: July 15th, 1938
Publisher: Putnam