Drifting to War

Campbell, Malcolm (Sir); with a Foreword by L. S. Amery.

Published by Hutchinson & Co. [1937], London, 1937
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Signature erased from front endpaper leaving slight abrasion. Some minor foxing.; Uncommon. 190 pages. Red cloth boards. Page dimensions: 285 x 122mm. Military history, world politics. "Hitler did save Germany from going completely Bolshevik, and for that he merits the whole-hearted thanks of the civilised world. But the question is bound to arise of whether he did not save Germany from one tragic sequence of events only to inspire her to another, possibly even worse. The evil of a Bolshevik State may be limited to internal consequences. That of a nation in arms subscribing to a faith of militarism and world conquest cannot be confined within its own borders - one day it must erupt, with consequences that do not bear contemplation." - page 51. By the author of "The Romance of Motor Racing". ; 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 15758

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Title: Drifting to War

Publisher: Hutchinson & Co. [1937], London

Publication Date: 1937

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good+

Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket

Edition: First Edition.

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