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                          Issues of 1929 = 16 Issues, 275 Articles
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                          Issues of the 1930s = 10 Years, 127 Issues, 2,709 Articles
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                            Issues of 1930 = 19 Issues, 300 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1930 = 6 Issues, 89 Articles
                              1. [+]
                                January 1, 1930 Issue = 14 Articles
                                1. The World Is One by Salvador de Madariaga, pp. 522-524
                                2. Former Naval Conferences by Henry W. Nevinson, pp. 525-530
                                3. Philip Snowden and Andre Tardieu, pp. 531-537
                                4. Clemenceau the Man by Andre Geraud, pp. 538-542
                                5. China As It Is, pp. 547-552
                                6. The New Britannica by A New Statesman Reviewer, pp. 553-560
                                7. Two Giants of the Air by Dr. A.R. Bohm-Dessau, pp. 561-564
                                8. Dr. Dreyfus London by Davis Thorwaldson, pp. 565-569
                                9. On Not Being a Philosopher by Robert Lynd, pp. 570-573
                                10. The World Over, p. 513
                                11. Calendar of Events, pp. 514-521
                                12. Letters and the Arts, pp. 543-546
                                13. As Others See Us, pp. 574-575
                                14. War and Peace, pp. 576-580
                              2. [+]
                                January 15, 1930 Issue = 13 Articles
                                1. The London Naval Conference by Hector C. Bywater, pp. 586-593
                                2. Russia on the Brink by Paul Scheffer, pp. 594-600
                                3. Hoover for Sanity by Georg Bernhard, pp. 601-605
                                4. Germany's Last Six Years by Pierre Lafue, pp. 606-611
                                5. The Paradox of Australia by Dr. Colin Ross, pp. 616-621
                                6. The Peril to Letters by Hilaire Belloc, pp. 622-626
                                7. Pablo Picasso by Ramon Gomez de la Serna, pp. 627-632
                                8. The Charms of Munich by Robert Redslob, pp. 633-636
                                9. The World Over, p. 577
                                10. Calendar of Events, pp. 578-585
                                11. Letters and the Arts, pp. 612-615
                                12. As Others See Us, pp. 637-639
                                13. War and Peace, pp. 640-644
                              3. [+]
                                February 1, 1930 Issue = 17 Articles
                                1. Speaking of Oil by Sir Henri Deterding, pp. 650-651
                                2. Europe Turns to Africa by Count Richard N. Coudenhove-Kalergi, pp. 652-655
                                3. A Visit to Briand by Annette Kolb, pp. 656-658
                                4. The Position in Palestine by William Martin, pp. 659-663
                                5. Britain in Irak by Dr. Richard Lewinsohn, pp. 664-669
                                6. Britain Duped by France by George Glasgow, pp. 670-672
                                7. Stalin Be Praised by A. Disciple, pp. 673-675
                                8. Back to Silver by J.F. Darling, pp. 676-680
                                9. Why America Gets Rich by Lucien Laurat, pp. 681-684
                                10. North Atlantic Rescue by E.P. Ortweiler, pp. 685-687
                                11. Moving Out of Russia by Rudolf Olden, pp. 688-692
                                12. What Is the Use of Aircraft? by An Aviation Expert, pp. 693-696
                                13. Brighter Realism by 'Yaffie', pp. 697-699
                                14. The World Over, p. 641
                                15. Calendar of Events, pp. 642-649
                                16. As Others See Us, pp. 700-703
                                17. War and Peace, pp. 704-708
                              4. [+]
                                February 15, 1930 Issue = 16 Articles
                                1. Toward a Better British Empire by Lord Melchett, pp. 714-720
                                2. Trotski in Exile by Emil Ludwig, pp. 721-724
                                3. Crisis in India by J.L. Garvin, pp. 725-728
                                4. Italy Facing Bankruptcy by Francesco Nitti, pp. 729-733
                                5. The Late Entente Cordiale by 'Pertinax', pp. 734-737
                                6. How Europe Gets Its Oil by Francis Delaisi, pp. 738-743
                                7. America's Immanent Destiny by Pierre de Lanux, pp. 744-747
                                8. On Accepting the Nobel Prize by Thomas Mann, pp. 748-750
                                9. The Slumbering East by Prince Max of Hohenlohe, pp. 751-754
                                10. In a Chinese Temple by Alfons Paquet, pp. 755-757
                                11. In Memory of Lenin by M. Schillskaya, pp. 758-762
                                12. A Page of Verse, p. 763
                                13. The World Over, p. 705
                                14. Calendar of Events, pp. 706-713
                                15. As Others See Us, pp. 764-767
                                16. War and Peace, pp. 768-776
                              5. [+]
                                March 1, 1930 Issue = 15 Articles
                                1. Russia's Vain Appeal by Robert de Traz, pp. 10-14
                                2. What about the Liberals? by A Laborite, pp. 15-17
                                3. Germany's Aches and Pains by L. Dumont-Wilden, pp. 18-22
                                4. The Man behind Tardieu by Frantz Clement, pp. 23-25
                                5. Aspects of Africa by Julian S. Huxley, pp. 30-33
                                6. Did Francis Joseph Kill His Son? by Leon de Poncins, pp. 34-39
                                7. From Peking to Harbin by Maurice Larrouy, pp. 40-45
                                8. Hands across the Rhine by Gottfried Benn, pp. 46-49
                                9. Onward through Arabia by Leopold Weiss, pp. 50-56
                                10. Advice to a Young Man by Hilaire Belloc, pp. 57-60
                                11. The World Over, p. 1
                                12. Calendar of Events, pp. 2-9
                                13. Letters and the Arts, pp. 26-29
                                14. As Others See Us, pp. 61-63
                                15. War and Peace, pp. 64-68
                              6. [+]
                                March 15, 1930 Issue = 14 Articles
                                1. Empire Free Trade by W.A. Hirst, pp. 74-79
                                2. Russia at Home and Abroad by Two Moscow Correspondents, pp. 80-88
                                3. England and Germany by Dr. G.P. Gooch, pp. 89-92
                                4. Crown Prince or Duce? by A Rome Correspondent, pp. 93-95
                                5. A Visit to America by Gaston Rageot, pp. 99-104
                                6. Japan in Transition by Two Far Eastern Correspondents, pp. 105-110
                                7. A Balkan Journey by Jan Struther, pp. 111-114
                                8. Meeting Bartoletti by Massimo Bontempelli, pp. 115-120
                                9. Anatole France To-day by Gonzague Truc, pp. 121-124
                                10. The World Over, p. 65
                                11. Calendar of Events, pp. 66-73
                                12. Letters and the Arts, pp. 96-98
                                13. As Others See Us, pp. 125-127
                                14. War and Peace, p. 128
                            2. [+]
                              Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1930 = 6 Issues, 79 Articles
                              1. [+]
                                April 1, 1930 Issue = 13 Articles
                                1. England's Real Prosperity by C.E.R. Sherrington, pp. 136-144
                                2. Britain's Tragic Hour by Jules Sauerwein, pp. 145-147
                                3. Masaryk at Eighty by Wickham Steed, pp. 148-152
                                4. Snowden Converted by Jacques Bardoux, pp. 153-156
                                5. Men or Machines? by Gabriel Reuillard, pp. 161-167
                                6. The Soul of China by Pearl S. Buck, pp. 168-176
                                7. From a Spanish Diary by Ernst Lothar, pp. 177-183
                                8. Opening Up the Orient by Joseph Friedfeld, pp. 184-186
                                9. Cinema English by E.V. Knox, pp. 187-189
                                10. The World Over, pp. 129-135
                                11. Letters and the Arts, pp. 157-160
                                12. As Others See Us, pp. 190-191
                                13. Calendar of Events, p. 192
                              2. [+]
                                April 15, 1930 Issue = 12 Articles
                                1. This Year of Panic by Lucien Laurat, pp. 200-203
                                2. From London to Lancashire by Two British Correspondents, pp. 204-211
                                3. More French Inflation by Dr. Leo Stahl, pp. 212-215
                                4. Spain and Its Sovereign by Salvador de Madariaga, pp. 216-220
                                5. Chimneys of Essen by Erik Reger, pp. 224-228
                                6. Prohibition as I Saw It by Frank H. Shaw, pp. 229-238
                                7. Brockdorff-Rantzau by Maurice Muret, pp. 239-243
                                8. Adventure in Arcadia by Franz Spunda, pp. 244-252
                                9. The World Over, pp. 193-199
                                10. Letters and the Arts, pp. 221-223
                                11. As Others See Us, pp. 253-255
                                12. War and Peace, p. 256
                              3. [+]
                                May 1, 1930 Issue = 13 Articles
                                1. Britain in India by Mahatma Gandhi, pp. 264-269
                                2. Germany Comes Back by Gaston Raphael, pp. 270-277
                                3. Labor in Office by W.J. Brown, pp. 278-281
                                4. Hindenburg and Luther by Two German Correspondents, pp. 282-288
                                5. An Irishman on Ireland by Stephen Gwynn, pp. 292-294
                                6. Schober of Austria by Marcel Dunan, pp. 295-298
                                7. Ford through German Eyes by Ernst Toller, pp. 299-303
                                8. Ferrero for Democracy by G. Hubert-Rodier, pp. 304-306
                                9. The New Papal Index by G.G. Coulton, pp. 307-314
                                10. The World Over, pp. 257-263
                                11. Letters and the Arts, pp. 289-291
                                12. As Others See Us, pp. 315-317
                                13. War and Peace, p. 318
                              4. [+]
                                May 15, 1930 Issue = 15 Articles
                                1. England on Four Fronts by Bernard Fay, pp. 326-328
                                2. England and the League by Norman Angell, pp. 329-332
                                3. The Palestine Report by A Political Observer, pp. 333-335
                                4. John Bull Goes Walking by Georg Popoff, pp. 336-338
                                5. Janus at Geneva by Salvador de Madariaga, pp. 339-343
                                6. The Uncertain Franc by Georges Dovime, pp. 344-348
                                7. Germany at Bay by 'Jonathaniel', pp. 352-356
                                8. Out of Work by A Jobless German, pp. 357-361
                                9. Flying over Africa by Walter Mittelholzer, pp. 362-368
                                10. Memories of Whistler by Josef Engelhart, pp. 369-374
                                11. Mr. Hearst Tells the World by 'MacFlecknoe', p. 375
                                12. The World Over, pp. 319-325
                                13. Letters and the Arts, pp. 349-351
                                14. As Others See Us, pp. 376-379
                                15. War and Peace, p. 380
                              5. [+]
                                June 1, 1930 Issue = 12 Articles
                                1. Strategies of Peace by Wickham Steed, pp. 388-396
                                2. The Grab for Antarctica by A British Editor, pp. 397-400
                                3. Things Seen in India by Colin Ross, pp. 401-407
                                4. Snowden, Baldwin, and Lady Astor by Harold J. Laski, pp. 411-418
                                5. China Goes to War by George Soulie de Morant, pp. 419-423
                                6. North America Looks South by Robert Cahen Salaberry, pp. 424-429
                                7. Prohibition as It Is by A New York Correspondent, pp. 430-432
                                8. On Horseback through the Andes by Mario Appelius, pp. 433-438
                                9. The World Over, pp. 381-387
                                10. Letters and the Arts, pp. 408-410
                                11. As Others See Us, pp. 439-440
                                12. Correspondence, pp. 441-442
                              6. [+]
                                June 15, 1930 Issue = 14 Articles
                                1. Mussolini Unbends by Theodor Wolff, pp. 450-457
                                2. Calling Italy's Bluff by Maurice Pernot, pp. 458-461
                                3. Japan at Home and Abroad by Henry Hellssen, pp. 462-465
                                4. Japan in Manchuria by Arnold Toynbee, pp. 466-469
                                5. From Russia to Persia by Alexander von Spaics, pp. 470-474
                                6. Where Islam Stands To-day by Abdelkader Hadj Hamou, pp. 475-480
                                7. Births and Deaths in Europe by Andre Therive, pp. 481-483
                                8. Race Suicide in Germany by Andre Sully, pp. 484-486
                                9. Cosima Wagner by Karl Holl, pp. 487-493
                                10. David Cup by J.B. Priestley, pp. 494-497
                                11. The World Over, pp. 443-449
                                12. Letters and the Arts, pp. 498-500
                                13. As Others See Us, pp. 501-503
                                14. War and Peace, p. 504
                            3. [+]
                              Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1930 = 4 Issues, 63 Articles
                              1. [+]
                                July 1, 1930 Issue = 14 Articles
                                1. Labor's First Year by J.L. Garvin, pp. 512-517
                                2. Message from India by Rabindranath Tagore, pp. 518-520
                                3. Europe's Next Phase by Hans Zehrer, pp. 521-524
                                4. How about Socialism? by Henri de Kerillis, pp. 525-530
                                5. The Limits of Socialism by A Labor Editor, pp. 531-535
                                6. From Washington to London by Jacques Bardoux, pp. 536-539
                                7. Rivalry in Africa by Arnold Hollriegel, pp. 540-543
                                8. Germany Goes American by Theodor Luddecke, pp. 544-548
                                9. Briand for Europe by Wladimir d'Ormesson, pp. 549-553
                                10. Why I Left the Films by Emil Jannings, pp. 554-557
                                11. The World Over, pp. 505-511
                                12. Letters and the Arts, pp. 558-560
                                13. As Others See Us, pp. 561-563
                                14. Correspondence, pp. 564-566
                              2. [+]
                                July 15, 1930 Issue = 13 Articles
                                1. Empire and Population by Sir Leo Chiozza Money, pp. 574-578
                                2. Italy versus France by A Paris Correspondent, pp. 579-585
                                3. Germany Set Free by Pierre Lafue, pp. 586-592
                                4. Germany in Chains by Two Germans in Bohemia, pp. 593-598
                                5. Pan-America and Pan-Europe by Louis Guilaine, pp. 599-602
                                6. Moscow Stretches East by Two Russian Correspondents, pp. 603-610
                                7. Visiting the Snowdens by Berta Zuckerkandl-Szeps, pp. 611-615
                                8. Keeping up with Mr. Shaw by G.K. Chesterton, pp. 616-619
                                9. The World Over, pp. 567-573
                                10. Letters and the Arts, pp. 620-622
                                11. As Others See Us, pp. 623-624
                                12. Correspondence, pp. 625-627
                                13. War and Peace, p. 628
                              3. [+]
                                August 1, 1930 Issue = 12 Articles
                                1. Protection Run Wild, pp. 634-638
                                2. France Builds an Empire by Werner von Schnitzler, pp. 639-648
                                3. Central Europe in Distress by Marcel Ray, pp. 649-654
                                4. Simon and India by Three British Editors, pp. 655-663
                                5. Children and War Films by Cesar Santelli, pp. 664-669
                                6. Love in America by Richard Hulsenbeck, pp. 670-673
                                7. Truth in History by Egon Friedell, pp. 674-681
                                8. The World Over, pp. 629-633
                                9. Letters and the Arts, pp. 682-684
                                10. As Others See Us, pp. 685-686
                                11. Correspondence, pp. 687-689
                                12. War and Peace, p. 690
                              4. [+]
                                September 1930 Issue = 24 Articles
                                1. Britain Looks Ahead by Andre Siegfried, pp. 10-11
                                2. Young England Speaks by Randolph Churchill, pp. 12-16
                                3. A Nation on Its Knees by 'Yaffie', pp. 17-19
                                4. Russia Present and Future by Nikolaus Basseches, pp. 20-23
                                5. Moscow as I Saw It by A 'New Statesman' Correspondent, pp. 24-26
                                6. I Plunge into the Ganges by Ayi Tendulkar, pp. 27-31
                                7. Neglected Scandinavia by G. Malcolm Thomson, pp. 32-34
                                8. A Visit to Sweden by William Martin, pp. 35-39
                                9. Christianity To-day by The Very Reverend W.R. Inge, pp. 40-47
                                10. Germany's City of Robots by Hans Natonek, pp. 48-51
                                11. Three Letters by Marcel Proust, pp. 63-68
                                12. The Heart of Arabia by Leopold Weiss, pp. 69-74
                                13. Maeterlinck's Book on Ants by Leon Daudet, pp. 75-78
                                14. Nietzsche in Love by Dr. Erich F. Podach, pp. 79-84
                                15. Persons and Personages by Andre Maurois, pp. 52-54
                                16. Conan Doyle's Last Words by W.R. Titterton, pp. 55-57
                                17. Lord Beaverbrook by A French Editor, pp. 58-59
                                18. Sir John Simon by Harold Laski, pp. 60-62
                                19. Books Abroad, pp. 85-92
                                20. Letters and the Arts, pp. 93-98
                                21. As Others See Us, pp. 99-103
                                22. Correspondence, pp. 104-105
                                23. Coming Events, pp. 106-109
                                24. War and Peace, p. 110
                            4. [+]
                              Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1930 = 3 Issues, 69 Articles
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                                October 1930 Issue = 23 Articles
                                1. Pathways to Prosperity by Gustav Cassel, pp. 118-119
                                2. Socialism or Capitalism by Joseph Stalin, pp. 120-123
                                3. How to solve Unemployment by N.M.P. Reilly, pp. 124-129
                                4. Will America Recognize Russia? by Paul Scheffer, pp. 130-133
                                5. Hoover and Manila by A Far-Eastern Editor, pp. 134-136
                                6. Danger from Germany by Edmond Vermeil, pp. 137-143
                                7. English Lights and Shadows by Harold Nicolson, pp. 144-145
                                8. The Lost Generation by Major H.L. Nathan, pp. 146-148
                                9. Three Unpublished 'Conversations' by Walter Savage Landor, pp. 160-168
                                10. By Sail around Cape Horn by Heinrich Hauser, pp. 169-179
                                11. Sport for Sport's Sake by Edmond Jaloux, pp. 180-183
                                12. From Spain to Portugal by Paul Cohen-Portheim, pp. 184-187
                                13. Unspoiled Portugal by Annemarie Jauss, pp. 188-192
                                14. In Praise of Opium by Jean Cocteau, pp. 193-197
                                15. The World Over, pp. 111-117
                                16. Persons and Personages by Georg Popoff, pp. 149-155
                                17. A German Visits Henry Ford by Dr. Ernst Feder, pp. 156-159
                                18. Books Abroad, pp. 198-205
                                19. Letters and the Arts, pp. 206-209
                                20. As Others See Us, pp. 210-214
                                21. Coming Events, pp. 215-216
                                22. Correspondence, pp. 217-219
                                23. War and Peace, p. 220
                              2. [+]
                                November 1930 Issue = 25 Articles
                                1. Between Two Fires by Thomas Mann, pp. 232-236
                                2. Reaction in Germany by Theodor Wolff, pp. 237-239
                                3. Briand Must Go by 'Pertinax', pp. 240-242
                                4. From Six to Six Millions by A Berlin Correspondent, pp. 243-245
                                5. England Against Europe by Jacques Bardoux, pp. 246-250
                                6. Poincare at Seventy by Dr. Leo Stahl, pp. 251-254
                                7. Russia's Collective Farms by A Moscow Correspondent, pp. 255-259
                                8. Last Words by Heinrich Heine, pp. 271-277
                                9. John Jay Chapman by A 'Times' Reviewer, pp. 278-284
                                10. Four Literary Portraits by Harold Laski, pp. 285-293
                                11. The Future of the Films by Bela Balazs, pp. 294-297
                                12. Talkies and the Stage by Prince Henry of Reuss, pp. 298-300
                                13. Death Control by A.P. Herbert, pp. 301-303
                                14. At Fifty by Seymour Poole, p. 304
                                15. The World Over, pp. 221-231
                                16. Persons and Personages, pp. 260-261
                                17. Paul Morand Talks Travel , pp. 262-264
                                18. Keyserling at Fifty , pp. 265-266
                                19. Harold Laski---Political Philosopher , pp. 267-270
                                20. Books Abroad, pp. 305-313
                                21. Letters and the Arts, pp. 314-319
                                22. As Others See Us, pp. 320-324
                                23. Correspondence, pp. 325-326
                                24. Coming Events, pp. 327-329
                                25. War and Peace, p. 330
                              3. [+]
                                December 1930 Issue = 21 Articles
                                1. An Hour with Erich Remarque by Frederic Lefevre, pp. 344-349
                                2. Back to Nationalism by Hans Zebrer, pp. 350-354
                                3. South America in Revolt by Benjamin Cremieux, pp. 355-362
                                4. England's Stake in Europe by Maurice Gerothwohl, pp. 363-366
                                5. Madcap America by Claude Blanchard, pp. 367-374
                                6. Advice to the Young by Sir James Barrie, pp. 387-391
                                7. My Father Alphonse by Leon Daudet, pp. 392-395
                                8. A Visit to Vienna by St. John Ervine, pp. 396-404
                                9. Before the Crucifix by Friedrich Nietzsche, pp. 405-407
                                10. On Being Modern by J.B. Priestley, pp. 408-410
                                11. In Memory of Hazlitt by Arthur Ransome, pp. 411-414
                                12. The World Over, pp. 331-343
                                13. Persons and Personages, pp. 375-377
                                14. Beauty and...Freud , pp. 378-381
                                15. Marshal Pilsudski , pp. 382-386
                                16. Books Abroad, pp. 415-424
                                17. Letters and the Arts, pp. 425-429
                                18. As Others See Us, pp. 430-434
                                19. Coming Events, pp. 435-436
                                20. Correspondence, pp. 437-439
                                21. War and Peace, p. 440
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                            Issues of 1931 = 12 Issues, 267 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              Issues of 1932 = 12 Issues, 246 Articles
                              1. [+]
                                Issues of 1933 = 12 Issues, 233 Articles
                                1. [+]
                                  Issues of 1934 = 12 Issues, 252 Articles
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                                    Issues of 1935 = 12 Issues, 244 Articles
                                    1. [+]
                                      Issues of 1936 = 12 Issues, 251 Articles
                                      1. [+]
                                        Issues of 1937 = 12 Issues, 287 Articles
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                                          Issues of 1938 = 12 Issues, 302 Articles
                                          1. [+]
                                            Issues of 1939 = 12 Issues, 327 Articles
                                          2. [+]
                                            Issues of the 1940s = 2 Years, 20 Issues, 499 Articles
                                            1. [+]
                                              Issues of 1940 = 12 Issues, 296 Articles
                                              1. [+]
                                                Issues of 1941 = 8 Issues, 203 Articles