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Survey of International Affairs, 1933

Survey of International Affairs, 1933

By Arnold J. Toynbee and V. M. Boulter

Oxford University Press, 1934, 646 pp.

The latest volume of this well-known publication is varied in content, for it begins with a review of world economic affairs (by H. V. Hodson), a large part of which is devoted to American developments and the World Economic Conference, and ends with discussions of disarmament and security, inter-American affairs and the Far East. Other interesting sections describe the advent of the Nazi régime in Germany, and the reaction in other countries, especially those of the Little Entente.