In This Review


By André Simone
Dial Press, 1940
354 pp. $2.50

This book, by a French journalist writing under a pseudonym, was admittedly set down in the "white heat of anger," and therefore is not to be taken too literally as the gospel truth, in spite of Carleton Beals' glowing tribute to its exactness in his introduction. Many of the author's charges against the ruling men of the Third Republic are no doubt only too well justified. But many others are, to say the least," not proven."

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