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Ferdinand Czernin • 5 Items / 3 Articles, 2 Books
Europe---Going, Going, Gone! (1939)
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    Books of the Week (6 Reviews)
    What Will Happen and What to Do When War Comes, by Laurence A. Nixon
    1. What Will Happen and What to Do When War Comes by Laurence A. Nixon
    2. Europe---Going, Going, Gone! by Count Ferdinand Czernin
    3. O'Donel of Destiny by Mary Kiely
    4. Henry, King of France by Heinrich Mann
    5. Conquests of Science by Ray Compton and Charles Nettels
    6. The Strangest Places by Leonard Q. Ross
    Commonweal, September 15, 1939, pp. 481-483
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    New Books: A Reader's List (7 Reviews)
    World Politics
    1. Germany Rampant by Ernest Hambloch
    2. The International Distribution of Raw Materials by Herman Kranold
    3. National Socialism and the Roman Catholic Church by Nathaniel Micklem
    4. What Will Happen and What to Do When War Comes by Laurence A. Nixon
    5. The New German Empire by Franz Borkenau
    6. Europe---Going, Going, Gone! by Count Ferdinand Czernin
    7. Democracy---Today and Tomorrow by Eduard Benes
    The New Republic, September 13, 1939, p. 167
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    The Check List (12 Reviews)
    Miscellaneous
    1. You and Heredity by Amram Scheinfeld and Morton D. Schweitzer, Ph.D., ...
    2. Old Gods Falling by Malcolm Elwin
    3. The Answer: The Jew and the World by Ludwig Lewisohn
    4. Germany Rampant by Ernest Hambloch
    5. Europe---Going, Going, Gone! by Count Ferdinand Czernin
    6. Magic Dials by Lowell Thomas
    7. This Is War! by Lucien Zacharoff
    8. Small Beer by Ludwig Bemelmans
    9. The Strangest Places by Leonard Q. Ross
    10. Hunger and History by E. Parmalee Prentice
    11. Crime is a Business by John C.R. MacDonald
    12. The Foundations of Democracy by Thomas V. Smith and Robert A. Taft
    The American Mercury, October 1939, pp. 245-246
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    Recent Books on International Relations (27 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. Democracy---Today and Tomorrow by Eduard Benes
    2. Step by Step, 1936-1939 by Winston S. Churchill
    3. Let the Record Speak by Dorothy Thompson
    4. The Second World War: First Phase by Duff Cooper
    5. European Civilization: Its Origin and Development by Edward Eyre
    6. Anglo-Saxony and Its Tradition by George E.G. Catlin
    7. A Cartoon History of Our Times by David Low
    8. No Compromise by Melvin M. Rader
    9. The New Democracy and the New Despotism by Charles E. Merriam
    10. Political Thought: The European Tradition by J.P. Mayer and Richard Howard Stafford Crossman, ...
    11. Swords and Symbols by James Marshall
    12. Man or Leviathan? by Edward O. Mousley
    13. Constitutionalism and the Changing World by C.H. McIlwain
    14. Revolutions and Dictatorships by Hans Kohn
    15. Modern Man in the Making by Otto Neurath
    16. Europe---Going, Going, Gone! by Count Ferdinand Czernin
    17. Europe in the Fourth Dimension by Vladimir Poliakoff
    18. Political Use of the Radio by Thomas Grandin
    19. Public Opinion in a Democracy by Charles W. Smith, Jr.
    20. The Fine Art of Propaganda by Alfred McClung Lee and Elizabeth Briant Lee
    21. Studies in Popular Islam by Samuel M. Zwemer
    22. We Were There by Wilfred Hindle
    23. Armies of Spies by Joseph Gollomb
    24. War Is Not Inevitable
    25. The Military Strength of the Powers by Max Werner
    26. Diplomacy by Harold G. Nicolson
    27. Evidence Before International Tribunals by Durward V. Sandifer
    Foreign Affairs, January 1940, pp. 368-370