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Viewed without Alarm. Europe Today
Viewed without Alarm. Europe Today
By Walter Millis
Houghton Mifflin, 1937, 79 pp

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.