THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE PEACE by Nicholas John Spykman

THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE PEACE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Based on lectures made shortly before his death, and on the carefully outlined plan for the book, with its accompanying maps, -- this is a geographer's manual on the new geographer -- not a book for the uninformed layman. Spykman makes a good case for his contention that the unification of Europe would lead to another war, that force must be used to prevent it, that we must accept the role of power in a post-war world, if the lesson of global war is to be driven home as a lesson of global peace. Map reading fundamentals -- types of map drawing, etc.

Pub Date: April 20th, 1944
Publisher: Harcourt, Brace