Survey After Munich

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Survey After Munich

By Graham Hutton
Little Brown, 1939
253 pp. $2.50

An up-to-the-minute guide to German actions and hopes in the Danube valley, by a former assistant editor of the London Economist. It will be especially valuable for economists who wonder how long Germany can continue buying above and selling below world prices in order to nourish a war economy, and to students of Balkan affairs who wish to gauge the capacities of the Balkan states to resist being drawn completely into the German orbit.

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