WHEN THERE IS NO PEACE by Hamilton Fish Armstrong
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WHEN THERE IS NO PEACE

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This is a severe indictment of both England and France. It ties in with Gedye's BETRAYAL OF CENTRAL EUROPE as he gives Gedye credit for many of the facts which he marshals to prove his case, as he shows, step by step, how they betrayed Czechoslovakia. He includes a record wilfully withheld from England's White Papers, the plea of Czechoslovakia for time and further consideration. An important contribution to the picture, though it lacks the fire of his earlier indictment of Fascism, WE OR THEY? It is, however, a book for the record -- and another plea for true democracy.

Pub Date: Jan. 19th, 1939
Publisher: Macmillan