France and Munich Before and After the Surrender

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France and Munich Before and After the Surrender

By Alexander Werth
Harper, 1939
447 pp. $3.50

An English journalist's record of French foreign policy from early 1938 to the German invasion of Czecho-Slovakia in March 1939. Mr. Werth is severe in his condemnation of the fumbling weakness which marked French policy, especially under Bonnet, who emerges in these pages as the principal villain. Some of Mr. Werth's interpretations may be disproved by future revelations; on the whole, however, he has given a balanced and informed account of one of the great crises in French history.

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