In This Review
Grand Strategy

Grand Strategy

By H. A. Sargeaunt and Geoffrey West

Crowell, 1941, 246 pp.

This thoughtful little book abounds in new ideas and suggestive interpretations. It may briefly be described as an attempt to show that war is merely one of the facets of man's social activity, and that a nation which desires victory in war will therefore seek as far as possible to integrate its strategy with its political institutions, its social ideas and its peace objectives, as well as with the more obvious factors of physical resources and geographic situation.