Falsehood in Wartime

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Falsehood in Wartime

By Arthur Ponsonby
Allen and Unwin, 1928
192 pp. $2.00

A well-known English radical deals inadequately with a large question. He discusses the garbling of the colored books in 1914, and reviews an assortment of lies circulated in England during the war. Some of his statements, as those regarding the errors of German propaganda in the United States, are highly naive.

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