Why Britain Is at War

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Why Britain Is at War

By Harold Nicolson
Penguin, 1939
160 pp. $25.00

A well-known English writer and National Labor M. P. tells what England is fighting for and makes a plea that victory not be spoiled this time by a bad peace. The treatment of the origins of the present war and of Britain's objectives in fighting it, though necessarily brief, is lucid and may be said to reflect the preponderant British official attitude at the present time.

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