In This Review

Survey of International Affairs 1938: Volume III. and Survey of International Affairs, 1939-1946: Hitler's Europe and Documents on International Affairs, 1939-1946. Volume II: Hitler's Europe and Documents on International Affairs: 1951
Survey of International Affairs 1938: Volume III. and Survey of International Affairs, 1939-1946: Hitler's Europe and Documents on International Affairs, 1939-1946. Volume II: Hitler's Europe and Documents on International Affairs: 1951
By R. G. D. Laffan and Others and Arnold and Veronica M. Toynbe
Oxford University Press (for the Royal Institute of International Affairs) and Oxford University Press (for the Royal Institute of International Affairs) and Oxford University Press (for the Royal Institute of International Affairs and Oxford University P, 1953, 2147483647 pp

These two new volumes of the "Survey" are a continuation of the task of picking up the narrative broken by the Second World War. The third volume for 1938 carries the story of Czechoslovakia from Munich to the occupation of Bohemia and Moravia in March 1939. It also deals with events in northeastern Europe, the Soviet Union and the Balkans, and with British, French and German rearmament down to Munich. The volume on Hitler's Europe is part of the special war series. It covers the political and economic structure of the Hitlerian empire, and includes chapters on Italy, Vichy France and the Free French Movement, and the occupied and satellite countries in Western and Eastern Europe. Of the volumes of documents, the first is complementary to the Survey volume on Hitler's Europe; the second illustrates the Survey for 1951 (noted here July 1954).