Across the Frontiers

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Across the Frontiers

By Philip Gibbs
Doubleday, 1938
309 pp. $3.00

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.

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