UNDER THE BRITISH UMBRELLA by Helen Kirkpatrick

UNDER THE BRITISH UMBRELLA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An exceedingly interesting picture of the struggle within the English family of diplomats, of wire pulling, face saving in France, of the bungling of the past ten years. She makes one realize why, even today, there can still be doubt as to which way England will move. She gives clear insight into leading diplomatic personalities that are responsible for today's crisis. A good running story of the crises of the last five years, under the shadow of the League of Nations. The author is an American newspaper-woman, who has covered foreign news for both American and British newspapers.

Pub Date: Nov. 20th, 1939
Publisher: Scribner