NO OTHER ROAD TO FREEDOM by Leland Stowe

NO OTHER ROAD TO FREEDOM

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KIRKUS REVIEW

It is perhaps unfortunate that this follows so closely on Ferlin Diary, for in its and yet well inevitably suffer by being a more tional and less record. On the other hand, the story of the war in Finalnd, and G story, and he has brought each one alive. He has shown each country at its glorious moment, while not blinding himself to the forces at work, within and without, heading for destruction. All this is in his story. In it too is the record of the man himself, long distrustful of the Chamberlain government, and as a result a complete isolationist. Then, when Churchill came into power, he was big enough to reverse himself, and to preach his new gospel at every opportunity on his return. He warns us of the destructive forces at work here- the Lindterghs and the Wheelers -- he meets their arguments point by point. Grand reading and important.

Pub Date: Sept. 8th, 1941
Publisher: Knopf