In This Review

Britain and the Dictators
Britain and the Dictators
By R. W. Seton-Watson
Macmillan, 1938, 460 pp

Professor Seton-Watson is Masaryk Professor of Central European History in the University of London and one of Britain's foremost diplomatic historians. In this thoughtful and authoritative work he surveys British foreign policy since the war. His account of those twenty years of increasing chaos cannot but command universal respect; we may, however, be permitted to wonder at some of his interpretations of contemporary events, as for instance his justification of British policy in Spain and his optimism in regard to the future of Anglo-German relations.