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Across the Frontiers
Across the Frontiers
By Philip Gibbs
Doubleday, 1938, 309 pp

The famous war correspondent, reporting on the state of Europe, finds the outlook for peace and democracy and decent civilized life dark indeed. Yet he pleads for a more tolerant attitude towards Nazism. This is another book typical of the state of confusion, one might say funk, into which so many Englishmen have fallen.