British Foreign Policy

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British Foreign Policy

By R. Victor Langford
American Council on Public Affairs, 1942
226 pp. $3.25

This is an eminently sane analysis of the problems that will confront Britain, primarily in Europe, during the period of reconstruction just beginning. Sir Edward has no use for those who let sentiment, prejudice or fear determine their attitude toward Britain's allies and enemies in the recent conflict. He is for a hard, but just, peace for the Germans -- all Germans -- and a continuing policy of accommodation toward Russia, without sacrificing British interests or honor.

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