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Europe in Arms
Europe in Arms
By Liddell Hart
Random House, 1937, 287 pp.

Captain Liddell Hart, unlike most military experts, makes no apology for war; he accepts it as a persisting human institution. In his latest volume he dispassionately parades before us the armed might of the world in all its destructive power: the new machines, the new techniques, the new tactics. This is the best summary of the military situation among the major European Powers today and of the nature of the probable war tomorrow. A readable book by an outstanding authority.