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The Road to Ruin
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                            Issues of 1930 = 19 Issues, 300 Articles
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                              Issues of 1931 = 12 Issues, 267 Articles
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                                Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1931 = 3 Issues, 73 Articles
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                                  January 1931 Issue = 25 Articles
                                  1. A Wanderer's Testament by Colin Ross, pp. 452-454
                                  2. How Germany Can Be Saved by Pierre Cot, pp. 455-460
                                  3. Deflation in Russia by Wilm Stein, pp. 461-465
                                  4. India's Other Voice by H.N. Brailsford, pp. 466-467
                                  5. Long Live Free India by Jawaharlal Nehru, pp. 468-469
                                  6. Does Italy Want War? by J.J. Vigne, pp. 470-478
                                  7. The World of Henry James by Desmond MacCarthy, pp. 491-498
                                  8. The Log of a Bootlegger by Leonard Marsland, pp. 499-506
                                  9. Speaking of Spain by Ramon Perez de Ayala, pp. 507-511
                                  10. Intimations of Immortality by Romer Wilson, pp. 512-516
                                  11. Drama for To-morrow by Jules Romains, pp. 517-518
                                  12. 'Donogoo' Reviewed by Etienne Rey, pp. 519-521
                                  13. On Going Naked by Edmond Jaloux, pp. 522-525
                                  14. The World Over, pp. 441-451
                                  15. Persons and Personages by Richard Hulsenbeck, pp. 479-481
                                  16. Einstein Gives His Views , pp. 482-483
                                  17. Andre Maurois by John Charpentier, pp. 484-485
                                  18. D'Annunzio---A Woman's Version , pp. 486-487
                                  19. Stalin, the Bear by Stephane Lauzanne, pp. 488-490
                                  20. Books Abroad, pp. 526-534
                                  21. Letters and the Arts, pp. 535-539
                                  22. As Others See Us, pp. 540-544
                                  23. Coming Events, pp. 545-546
                                  24. Correspondence, pp. 547-549
                                  25. War and Peace, p. 550
                                2. [+]
                                  February 1931 Issue = 24 Articles
                                  1. Toward Disarmament by Lord Robert Cecil, pp. 564-565
                                  2. Is God French? by A 'Times' Correspondent, pp. 566-568
                                  3. The Destiny of France by Wladimir d'Ormesson, pp. 569-573
                                  4. Diplomacy Old and New by Sir Rennell Rodd, pp. 574-577
                                  5. Inside Russia by Ernst May, pp. 578-580
                                  6. Traveling in Russia by Hans Siemsen, pp. 581-585
                                  7. Upheaval in Spain by Roman Frisch, pp. 586-589
                                  8. By Motor to Kurdistan by Wolfgang Weisl, pp. 605-614
                                  9. Two Studies in Literature by Egon Friedell, pp. 615-620
                                  10. Poland's Reign of Terror by Mary Sheepsbanks, pp. 621-625
                                  11. England's Unseen Change by Paul Cohen-Portheim, pp. 626-629
                                  12. Scientists and Common Sense by J.W.N. Sullivan, pp. 630-632
                                  13. Annoying, in a Way by Robert Lynd, pp. 633-635
                                  14. The World Over, pp. 551-563
                                  15. Persons and Personages, pp. 590-591
                                  16. Paul Poiret by Jean Galtier-Boissiere, pp. 592-595
                                  17. In Praise of Schalom Asch by Franz Werfel, pp. 596-598
                                  18. Alfonso XIII by Tomas Baldasano, pp. 599-600
                                  19. Maurice Bedel Geographer of Love , pp. 601-604
                                  20. Books Abroad, pp. 636-645
                                  21. Letters and the Arts, pp. 646-650
                                  22. As Others See Us, pp. 651-656
                                  23. Coming Events, pp. 657-659
                                  24. War and Peace, p. 660
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                                  March 1931 Issue = 24 Articles
                                  1. Hitler as He Is by Adolf Hitler, pp. 12-13
                                  2. Handsome Adolf by Weigand von Miltenburg, pp. 14-15
                                  3. A New National Policy by Sir Oswald Mosley, pp. 16-21
                                  4. Overheard in Geneva by Paul Haurigot, pp. 22-27
                                  5. The Truth about the War Debts by Sir Robert Horne, pp. 28-30
                                  6. Russia Turns a Corner by A Moscow Editor, pp. 31-32
                                  7. Russia's Middle Class Revives by Nikolaus Basseches, pp. 33-35
                                  8. Germany Inside Out by Jean Galtier-Boissiere and Bernard Zimmer, pp. 46-56
                                  9. Blighted Berlin by Felix Salten, pp. 57-61
                                  10. Capitalism and Literature by M.J. Bonn, pp. 62-66
                                  11. Colonists in Chile by Kasimir Edschmid, pp. 67-70
                                  12. Richard Wagner and Ludwig II by Roderich Baron von Ompteda, pp. 71-75
                                  13. The Guest of Honor by J.B. Morton, pp. 76-78
                                  14. The World Over, pp. 1-11
                                  15. Persons and Personages by Dr. Sven von Muller, pp. 36-37
                                  16. Henri Fauconnier, Goncourt Prize Winner, 1930 by Jacques Chardonne, pp. 38-42
                                  17. H.R.H.---England's Charlie Chaplin by Adrian Westach (Grock), pp. 43-45
                                  18. America Looks Abroad by Harry C. Cushing, 3rd, pp. 79-83
                                  19. Books Abroad, pp. 84-94
                                  20. Letters and the Arts, pp. 95-100
                                  21. As Others See Us, pp. 101-103
                                  22. Coming Events, pp. 104-105
                                  23. Correspondence, pp. 106-109
                                  24. War and Peace, p. 110
                              2. [+]
                                Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1931 = 3 Issues, 63 Articles
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                                  April 1931 Issue = 20 Articles
                                  1. Come Over and Help Us by Wladimir d'Ormesson, pp. 124-134
                                  2. Five Years in Three by Joseph Stalin, pp. 135-140
                                  3. The Vatican Turns on Fascism by Leo Lania, pp. 141-143
                                  4. Two Tracts for the Times by Colin Ross, pp. 144-150
                                  5. Unriddling the Orient by A. Feral, pp. 151-155
                                  6. 'For Ways That Are Dark' by J.O.P. Bland, pp. 156-160
                                  7. Andre Gide, Saint or Demon? by Marcel Arland, pp. 173-179
                                  8. By Air across Africa by Walter Mittelholzer, pp. 180-187
                                  9. Carlyle Fifty Years On by Egon Friedell, pp. 188-192
                                  10. Composite Fiction by Gerald Gould, pp. 193-195
                                  11. The World Over, pp. 111-123
                                  12. Persons and Personages, pp. 161-162
                                  13. Ludwig at Fifty by Stefan Zweig, pp. 163-166
                                  14. Ivar Kreuger , pp. 167-169
                                  15. Papini Returns to Anarchism by Antoine Aniante, pp. 170-172
                                  16. Books Abroad, pp. 196-205
                                  17. Letters and the Arts, pp. 206-211
                                  18. As Others See Us, pp. 212-216
                                  19. Coming Events, pp. 217-219
                                  20. War and Peace, p. 220
                                2. [+]
                                  May 1931 Issue = 20 Articles
                                  1. Spoken from Exile by Leon Trotski, pp. 230-237
                                  2. From Hitler to Moscow by A German Correspondent, pp. 238-240
                                  3. Hitler at Work by A Correspondent in Germany, pp. 241-243
                                  4. Germany Looks at Russia by Dr. Sven von Muller, pp. 244-247
                                  5. The Russo-German Peril by Senator Frederic Eccard, pp. 248-256
                                  6. Intrigue in Arabia by Wolfgang Weisl, pp. 257-259
                                  7. Echoes from Geneva by Paul Haurigot, pp. 269-275
                                  8. South America Looks North by Carlos G. Davila, pp. 276-280
                                  9. More Political Portraits by Harold Laski, pp. 281-289
                                  10. Lament for Cocteau by Andre Rousseaux, pp. 290-294
                                  11. The World Over, pp. 221-229
                                  12. Persons and Personages by Major F. Yeats-Brown, pp. 260-261
                                  13. Einstein and Tagore , pp. 262-264
                                  14. Conversation with Colette , pp. 265-268
                                  15. Books Abroad, pp. 295-301
                                  16. Letters and the Arts, pp. 302-305
                                  17. As Others See Us, pp. 306-309
                                  18. America Looks Abroad, pp. 310-311
                                  19. Coming Events, pp. 312-313
                                  20. War and Peace, p. 314
                                3. [+]
                                  June 1931 Issue = 23 Articles
                                  1. England Comes To by J.L. Garvin, pp. 326-331
                                  2. England Lacks Vitality by H.N. Brailsford, pp. 332-335
                                  3. Changing England by Paul Cohen-Portheim, pp. 336-338
                                  4. Why Spain Revolted by Luis Arauistain, pp. 339-346
                                  5. Can Japan Save China? by Dr. A. Legendre, pp. 347-354
                                  6. Economics without Pain by Charles N. Edge, pp. 355-357
                                  7. The Crisis in Germany by Richard von Kuhlmann, pp. 358-361
                                  8. Directors' Report for the Year 1930 by The Kreuger and Toll Company of Stockholm, ..., pp. 362-366
                                  9. Letters to a Lady by Walter Rathenau, pp. 379-384
                                  10. Little Papa Litvinov by S. Dmitriyevski, pp. 385-389
                                  11. Murder a la Carte by Jean Toussaint Samat, pp. 390-394
                                  12. Huxley's First Play by Desmond MacCarthy, pp. 395-398
                                  13. The World Over, pp. 315-325
                                  14. Persons and Personages by Harold Laski, pp. 367-368
                                  15. Greta Garbo, the Woman Nobody Knows by Felix Cleve, pp. 369-371
                                  16. Telephoning Remarque by W. Duesberg, pp. 372-374
                                  17. A Visit to Morgan by Dr. Richard Lewinsohn, pp. 375-378
                                  18. Books Abroad, pp. 399-408
                                  19. Letters and the Arts, pp. 409-413
                                  20. As Others See Us, pp. 414-418
                                  21. Coming Events, pp. 419-420
                                  22. Correspondence, pp. 421-423
                                  23. War and Peace, p. 424
                              3. [+]
                                Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1931 = 3 Issues, 65 Articles
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                                  July 1931 Issue = 20 Articles
                                  1. Russia at Geneva by Karl Radek, pp. 438-443
                                  2. The Economic Revolution by Sir Ernest J.P. Benn, pp. 444-450
                                  3. Homage to Spain by Jean Cassou, pp. 451-455
                                  4. Reaction in Russia by Dr. Sven von Muller, pp. 456-457
                                  5. Village Revolution in Russia by Nikolaus Basseches, pp. 458-461
                                  6. Australia Goes Broke by Kurt Offenburg, pp. 462-468
                                  7. East against West by F.H. Donner, pp. 478-483
                                  8. America in Beirut by Leo Matthias, pp. 484-488
                                  9. Letters of Keats by A 'Times' Reviewer, pp. 489-496
                                  10. The Threat to German Culture by Evelyn Sharp, pp. 497-499
                                  11. The World Over, pp. 425-437
                                  12. Persons and Personages by Alfred Doblin, pp. 469-470
                                  13. President Paul Doumer , pp. 471-472
                                  14. Spengler Speaks by Dr. Karl Koll, pp. 473-474
                                  15. Ten Years of Bethlen by William Martin, pp. 475-477
                                  16. Books Abroad, pp. 500-506
                                  17. Letters and the Arts, pp. 507-510
                                  18. As Others See Us, pp. 511-514
                                  19. Coming Events, pp. 515-517
                                  20. War and Peace, p. 518
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                                  August 1931 Issue = 22 Articles
                                  1. The Hoover Plan by Dr. Erich Kramer, pp. 530-531
                                  2. Through Communist Eyes by A Berlin Editor, pp. 532-533
                                  3. 'To Redress the Balance of the Old' by A London Editor, pp. 534-536
                                  4. Is a Crash Inevitable? by H.N. Brailsford, pp. 537-539
                                  5. Speaking for France by Pierre Bernus, pp. 540-541
                                  6. After the Moratorium by Wladimir d'Ormesson, pp. 542-549
                                  7. Hitler in Action by F.F. von Unruh, pp. 550-554
                                  8. Two Views of Russia by Hans Siemsen, pp. 555-558
                                  9. Three Days in Russia by 'Traveler', pp. 559-562
                                  10. Conrad and Cowardice by Gustav Morf, pp. 571-576
                                  11. French Fiction in Distress by Bernard Grasset, pp. 577-581
                                  12. One More Unfortunate by Hans-Ullrich Dreyer, pp. 582-586
                                  13. The World Over, pp. 519-529
                                  14. Persons and Personages by Vernon Bartlett, pp. 563-564
                                  15. Bela Bartok, Hungarian Composer by Desider Kosztolanyi, pp. 565-567
                                  16. A Visit to Gandhi by Fia Ohman, pp. 568-570
                                  17. America Looks Abroad by Frederic R. Coudert, pp. 587-594
                                  18. Books Abroad, pp. 595-600
                                  19. Letters and the Arts, pp. 601-604
                                  20. As Others See Us, pp. 605-608
                                  21. Coming Events, pp. 609-611
                                  22. War and Peace, pp. 612-616
                                3. [+]
                                  September 1931 Issue = 23 Articles
                                  1. England, What of the Night? by Walter Elliot, pp. 12-15
                                  2. France Looks at England by Jacques Bardoux, pp. 16-18
                                  3. Germany Looks at England by Dr. Max Jordan, pp. 19-20
                                  4. Why Stalin Shifted by J. Parnell Mandeville, pp. 21-25
                                  5. The Immortal Reich by Josef Magnus Webner, pp. 26-29
                                  6. Chancellor Bruning by Rudolf Kircher, pp. 30-35
                                  7. Frenchmen Can't Be Wrong by E. Giscard d'Estaing, pp. 36-38
                                  8. Four Powers in Palestine by Theodor Lessing, pp. 39-41
                                  9. Corruption in Armaments by Francis Delaisi, pp. 50-56
                                  10. Tolstoi and Dostoievski by Egon Friedell, pp. 57-61
                                  11. Old-Fashioned Paris, Modern Berlin by Paul Cohen-Portheim, pp. 62-65
                                  12. Chinese Dinner by Claude Alayrac, pp. 66-69
                                  13. Dialogues on Literature by Hugh Walpole, pp. 70-71
                                  14. The Man Who Missed the Bus by Beverley Nichols, pp. 72-75
                                  15. The World Over, pp. 1-11
                                  16. Persons and Personages by 'Exchequer', pp. 42-43
                                  17. Thornton Wilder in Berlin by Walther Tritsch, pp. 44-46
                                  18. Stalin at Home by Essad Bey, pp. 47-49
                                  19. Books Abroad, pp. 76-82
                                  20. Letters and the Arts, pp. 83-86
                                  21. As Others See Us, pp. 87-91
                                  22. Great Minds Show the Way, pp. 92-93
                                  23. War and Peace, pp. 94-96
                              4. [+]
                                Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1931 = 3 Issues, 66 Articles
                                1. [+]
                                  October 1931 Issue = 23 Articles
                                  1. 'Muddling Through' by A Tory Editor, p. 106
                                  2. After the Crisis by Gerald Barry, pp. 107-109
                                  3. Politics and the Pound by A Left-Wing Editor, pp. 110-111
                                  4. The Bankers' Government by H.N. Brailsford, pp. 112-114
                                  5. A German on England by Gunther Stein, pp. 115-116
                                  6. America, Europe's Cancer by Robert Aron and Arnaud Dandieu, pp. 117-123
                                  7. France in Decay by Robert Bourget-Pailleron, pp. 124-128
                                  8. Fascism at Home and Abroad by A Rome Correspondent, pp. 129-131
                                  9. Children of Fascism by Johannes P. Freden, pp. 132-134
                                  10. A Spaniard of Spain by Jose Ortega y Gasset, pp. 145-148
                                  11. Mountains of Arabia by Leopold Weiss, pp. 149-154
                                  12. Russia, Religion, and Revolution by Nikolai Berdayev, pp. 155-157
                                  13. Russia and the World Crisis by M.J. Bonn, pp. 158-161
                                  14. The Bubble Reputation by Desmond MacCarthy, pp. 162-170
                                  15. The World Over, pp. 95-105
                                  16. Persons and Personages, pp. 135-136
                                  17. Miguel de Unamuno , pp. 137-138
                                  18. Ludendorff, Ghost or Portent? by Friedrich Franz von Unruh, pp. 139-144
                                  19. Books Abroad, pp. 171-176
                                  20. Letters and the Arts, pp. 177-180
                                  21. As Others See Us, pp. 181-184
                                  22. Correspondence, pp. 185-187
                                  23. War and Peace, p. 188
                                2. [+]
                                  November 1931 Issue = 22 Articles
                                  1. Farewell to Gold by A Radical Editor, pp. 200-201
                                  2. Off the Gold Standard by Hartley Withers, pp. 202-203
                                  3. The Causes of the Trouble by A Commercial Report, pp. 204-207
                                  4. The Road to Ruin by Arthur Kitson, pp. 208-213
                                  5. High Tide in France by A London Editor, pp. 214-215
                                  6. France Conquers Britain by Dr. Hans E. Priester, pp. 216-218
                                  7. Francs Are in the Saddle by Valeriu Marcu, pp. 219-220
                                  8. Sound Sense from France by A Paris Editor, pp. 221-222
                                  9. Inside Germany by Henry de Korab, pp. 223-228
                                  10. Austria, Keystone of Versailles by Karl Anton Prince Rohan, pp. 229-233
                                  11. The Paradox of India by Colin Ross, pp. 244-247
                                  12. To German Youth by Thomas Mann, pp. 248-254
                                  13. Prudence in Pessimism by Frederic Paulhan, pp. 255-259
                                  14. Asses and Masses by Theodor Lessing, pp. 260-262
                                  15. The World Over, pp. 189-199
                                  16. Persons and Personages, pp. 234-237
                                  17. Ferdinand of Bulgaria , pp. 238-239
                                  18. Paul Valery by Edouard Krakowski, pp. 240-243
                                  19. Books Abroad, pp. 263-270
                                  20. Letters and the Arts, pp. 271-275
                                  21. As Others See Us, pp. 276-281
                                  22. War and Peace, p. 282
                                3. [+]
                                  December 1931 Issue = 21 Articles
                                  1. Japan against China by Dr. Jin-ichi Yano, pp. 294-295
                                  2. The Case for China by A Chinese Editor, pp. 296-297
                                  3. The Fight Is Here by R. Palme Dutt, pp. 298-308
                                  4. America in a Hole by 'Pertinax', p. 309
                                  5. The Bank Crisis in America by Dr. Leonhard Oberascher, pp. 310-315
                                  6. Is the Dollar Doomed? by Jean Decrais, pp. 316-318
                                  7. Echoes from France by Julien Benda, pp. 319-321
                                  8. Why France Gathers Gold by Roger Nathan, pp. 322-323
                                  9. France Looks at Borah by Pierre Bernus, pp. 324-326
                                  10. On Board the Malygin by Friedrich Sieburg, pp. 336-342
                                  11. Myths about Women by Emmanuel Berl, pp. 343-350
                                  12. 'Sweet Enemy' by F.L. Lucas, pp. 351-361
                                  13. The World Over, pp. 283-293
                                  14. Persons and Personages by Richard Hulsenbeck, pp. 327-328
                                  15. Rene Schickele, Frenchman or German? by Jean Variot, pp. 329-330
                                  16. Lord Reading by Harold Laski, pp. 331-332
                                  17. Carl Duisberg , pp. 333-335
                                  18. Books Abroad, pp. 362-367
                                  19. Letters and the Arts, pp. 368-371
                                  20. As Others See Us, pp. 372-375
                                  21. War and Peace, p. 376
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                              Issues of 1932 = 12 Issues, 246 Articles
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                                Issues of 1933 = 12 Issues, 233 Articles
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                                  Issues of 1934 = 12 Issues, 252 Articles
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                                    Issues of 1935 = 12 Issues, 244 Articles
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                                      Issues of 1936 = 12 Issues, 251 Articles
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                                        Issues of 1937 = 12 Issues, 287 Articles
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                                          Issues of 1938 = 12 Issues, 302 Articles
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                                            Issues of 1939 = 12 Issues, 327 Articles
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                                            Issues of the 1940s = 2 Years, 20 Issues, 499 Articles
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                                              Issues of 1940 = 12 Issues, 296 Articles
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                                                Issues of 1941 = 8 Issues, 203 Articles