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Robert William Seton-Watson Archives
Robert William Seton-Watson • 33 Items / 26 Books, 5 Articles, 1 Review
Munich and the Dictators (1939)
A Sequel to 'Britain and the Dictators'
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    Recent Books on International Relations (23 Reviews)
    Western Europe
    1. Munich and the Dictators by R.W. Seton-Watson
    2. They Betrayed Czechoslovakia by G.J. George
    3. Russia's Work in France by Reginald James Dingle
    4. The Democratic Monarchies of Scandinavia by Ben A. Arneson
    5. Rats in the Larder by Joachim Joesten
    6. The New Norway by O.B. Grimley
    7. The Norway Year Book, 1938 by Per Vogt
    8. Democratic Sweden by Margaret Cole and Charles Smith
    9. King Gustave of Sweden by Basil Herbert
    10. Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler
    11. Why Hitler Came Into Power by Theodore Fred Abel
    12. Cross and Swastika by Arthur Frey
    13. The Economic Recovery of Germany by C.W. Guillebaud
    14. Escape to Life by Erika Mann and Klaus Mann
    15. Schacht: Hitler's Magician by Norbert Muhlen
    16. Through Embassy Eyes by Martha Dodd
    17. Showdown in Vienna: The Death of Austria by Martin Fuchs
    18. Fascist Economic Policy by William G. Welk
    19. The Vatican as a World Power by Joseph Bernhart
    20. His Holiness Pope Pius XI by Rene Fontenelle
    21. All the Brave by Luis Quintanilla
    22. Life and People in National Spain by Florence Farmborough
    23. The Spanish Arena by William Foss and Cecil Gerahty
    Foreign Affairs, July 1939, pp. 812-815