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Tornado Across Eastern Europe
Tornado Across Eastern Europe
By Josef Hanč
Greystone, 1942, 337 pp

A sound and comprehensive survey of the tangled problems in which the dozen or so peoples east of Germany and west of Russia, from the Arctic Ocean to the Aegean Sea, have become enmeshed by geography, history and the perversity of fate. As a Czechoslovak diplomat with wide experience, and as a scholar and editor, Mr. Hanč is admirably fitted to render sane interpretations of recent events in Eastern Europe and to make sober suggestions for the future.