In This Review
Bones of Contention

Bones of Contention

By The Rt. Hon. Lord Vansittart

Knopf, 1945, 157 pp.

By now practically every politically aware person reacts strongly, one way or the other, to "Vansittartism." In this successor to his "Black Record" and "Lessons of My Life," the author repeats much of what he has said before, generously interlarding his text with quotations. Those who think Vansittart is pathological in his anti-Germanism should examine his twelve-point program, which is devoid of the vindictiveness they may have expected.