How to Win the War

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How to Win the War

By An Englishman
Knopf, 1941
145 pp. $1.50

The thesis of this little volume is somewhat parallel to that of Francis Williams' book -- that Britain cannot win by arms alone but must be aided by revolts among the continental peoples now subject to the Nazis. The anonymous author analyzes the antediluvian methods and mentality that rule Britain's Foreign Office, Ministry of Information and Home Office, and shows that these must be made efficient and democratic-minded before Britain can pose as the savior of European peoples.

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