A selected bibliography of the most significant books published throughout the world between 1932 and 1942, covering the field of international relations -- contemporary history, politics, diplomacy, economics and finance, international law and world organization, as well as related subjects such as political philosophy, comparative government, social development, religion, cultural relations, population and racial problems, and modern warfare. The first part of the book is devoted to these categories, followed by sections on the First and Second World Wars. The remainder of the volume takes up in turn each continent, region and country. In all there are some 10,000 titles in 40 different languages classified under about 500 headings with appropriate cross references. Each entry is briefly appraised and supplied with full bibliographical data -- the author's full name, the place and date of publication, the name of the publisher and the number of pages. This is a continuing volume to FOREIGN AFFAIRS BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1919-1932, by William L. Langer and Hamilton Fish Armstrong.