War by Revolution

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War by Revolution

By Francis Williams
Viking, 1941
158 pp. $1.50

Mr. Williams' argument, aimed primarily at an English audience, is that the defeat of Hitler cannot be attained by military measures alone and that therefore an indispensable means to victory must be the organization of democratic revolutionary movements in Nazi-controlled Europe. Some critics will feel that Mr. Williams has leaned over too far in underestimating the military factor.

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