October 1934

October 1934
13, 1


Admiral Sir Herbert W. Richmond

Editor's Note. An American view of pending naval problems, "The Setting for the 1935 Naval Conference," by Admiral William V. Pratt, appeared in FOREIGN AFFAIRS, July 1934.

Sir Josiah Stamp

Editor's Note. This is the second of a series of several articles examining, in the light of experience and later knowledge, some of the problems with which the world was wrestling a few years ago and some of the outstanding books written at the time. The first article, "Things Not Foreseen at Paris," by Arnold J. Toynbee, based on "A History of the Peace Conference at Paris," edited by H. W. V. Temperley, was published in the April 1934 issue.

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