In This Review

The Armies March
The Armies March
By John Cudahy
Scribner, 1941, 304 pp.

In recent years Mr. Cudahy has served as American Minister to Eire and Ambassador to Poland and Belgium; during the spring of 1941 he paid a flying trip to Germany, where he interviewed Hitler. He has been charged by some of his compatriots with being too tolerant of totalitarian ideals, or at least lacking in moral indignation at the manner in which the Nazis are putting them into effect. After reading this account of his experiences abroad one can understand how these criticisms came to be made.