Viewed without Alarm. Europe Today

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Viewed without Alarm. Europe Today

By Walter Millis
Houghton Mifflin, 1937
79 pp. $1.25

An American journalist travels in Europe and finds that war is not so imminent as is generally believed. He also thinks that Britain's reluctance to take a definite stand in regard to Germany is an aid to peace. With this and other of his conclusions, many observers of the European scene will very likely disagree.

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