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Sherwood Eddy • 31 Items / 22 Books, 4 Articles, 5 Reviews
Europe Today (1938)
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    The New Books (13 Reviews)
    The Impressionists, by Wilhelm Uhde
    1. The Impressionists by Wilhelm Uhde
    2. Cezanne by Paul Cezanne
    3. Three Rossettis by Janet Camp Troxell
    4. The Riddle of Napoleon by Raoul Brice
    5. Tish Marches on by Mary Roberts Rinehart
    6. The Long Way Home by Sylvia Chatfield Bates
    7. The Rebellion of Lennie Barlow by Phil Stong
    8. Europe Today by Sherwood Eddy
    9. Atlantic Game Fishing by S. Kip Farrington, Jr.
    10. Yoga Explained by F. Yeats-Brown
    11. The New World by Edgar Lee Masters
    12. One Man Caravan by Robert Edison Fulton, Jr.
    13. Circling the Caribbean by Tom Marvel
    The Saturday Review, January 1, 1938, pp. 20-21
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    Recent Books on International Relations (16 Reviews)
    Western Europe
    1. Europe Today by Sherwood Eddy
    2. The Economic Policy of France by George Peel
    3. The French War Machine by Shelby Cullom Davis
    4. Gustav Stresemann: His Diaries, Letters and Papers by Eric Sutton and Gustav Stresemann
    5. The Kaiser on Trial by George Sylvester Viereck
    6. The Northern Countries in World Economy
    7. Denmark in History by John H.S. Birch
    8. Norway and the Nobel Peace Prize by Oscar J. Falnes
    9. Iceland: A Land of Contrasts by Hjalmar Lindroth
    10. The Plough and the Sword by Carl T. Schmidt
    11. The Papacy and Fascism by Francis A. Ridley
    12. Conflict in Spain, 1920-1937 by G.M. Godden
    13. Correspondent in Spain by H. Edward Knoblaugh
    14. Red Spanish Notebook by Mary Low and Juan Brea
    15. The March of a Nation by Harold G. Cardozo
    16. Spanish Rehearsal by Arnold H.M. Lunn
    Foreign Affairs, April 1938, pp. 548-550