Plot and Counter-Plot in Central Europe

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Plot and Counter-Plot in Central Europe

By M. W. Fodor
Houghton, 1937
317 pp. $3.50
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Fodor is generally recognized as one of the best-informed correspondents in Central Europe and what he has to say about the postwar history of that troubled area should therefore be both interesting and important. Readers who take up this book with these expectations will not be disappointed, though they will find the material less well organized than might have been hoped. The central theme is the expansion of German influence along the Danube.

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