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The Living Age, December 1, 1934, pp. 317-318
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                                    Issues of 1934 = 12 Issues, 252 Articles
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                                      Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1934 = 3 Issues, 69 Articles
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                                        January 1934 Issue = 25 Articles
                                        1. Asia Awakes by Prince Karl Anton Roban, pp. 386-387
                                        2. Two Communists on Japan by Hamadan and Smolyaninov, pp. 388-390
                                        3. Asia for the Asiatics by Dr. E. Hurwicz, pp. 391-393
                                        4. Exploitation of India by Jawaharlal Nehru, pp. 394-396
                                        5. Account Rendered by The Editor, pp. 397-407
                                        6. Zones of Contrast by Raul Scalabrini Ortiz, pp. 416-420
                                        7. Spanish Interlude by Julio Camba, pp. 421-423
                                        8. Oslo and Stockholm by Graham Greene, pp. 424-426
                                        9. A Visit to Gourdyev by Denis Saurat, pp. 427-433
                                        10. Youth of France by Friedrich Sieburg, pp. 434-437
                                        11. The Communist View by Leon Moussinac, pp. 438-441
                                        12. Three Tales from Russia by N.A. Karpov, pp. 442-444
                                        13. To Read or Not to Read by Mihail Zoshchenko, p. 445
                                        14. The Man with the Broken Watch by Arkadi Avershchenko, pp. 446-447
                                        15. The World Over, pp. 377-385
                                        16. Persons and Personages, pp. 408-409
                                        17. Presenting Max Reinhardt by Benjamin Cremieux, pp. 410-412
                                        18. Ivan Bunin by Marc Slonim, pp. 413-415
                                        19. Letters and the Arts, pp. 448-453
                                        20. The Sciences and Society, pp. 454-457
                                        21. As Others See Us, pp. 458-460
                                        22. Our Own Bookshelf, pp. 461-463
                                        23. With the Advisory Council, pp. 464-465
                                        24. Correspondence, pp. 466-467
                                        25. Coming Events, pp. 468-470
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                                        February 1934 Issue = 21 Articles
                                        1. Wars and Rumors of Wars by Drieu la Rochelle, pp. 480-484
                                        2. The Yellow Trade Menace by Max Rudert, pp. 485-488
                                        3. China's New Sore Spot by N. Terentiev, pp. 489-492
                                        4. The Case for Japan by Dr. Gerolf Coudenhove-Kalergi, pp. 493-495
                                        5. The Bankers' Conspiracy by Arthur Kitson, pp. 496-502
                                        6. Red Berlin To-day by Otto C. Kuhbacher, pp. 503-509
                                        7. An Hour with Jules Romains by Frederic Lefevre, pp. 517-522
                                        8. The Red Square, Moscow by R.V.V., p. 523
                                        9. A Case of Conscience by Charles Braibant, pp. 524-529
                                        10. Hamsun at Home and Abroad by Walter Seidl, pp. 530-532
                                        11. A Correspondent with Knut Hamsun , pp. 533-535
                                        12. The World Over, pp. 471-479
                                        13. Persons and Personages, pp. 510-511
                                        14. Andre Malraux by Leon Pierre-Quint, pp. 512-513
                                        15. Alexandra David-Neel by B.R.F., pp. 514-516
                                        16. Books Abroad, pp. 536-543
                                        17. The Sciences and Society, pp. 544-548
                                        18. As Others See Us, pp. 549-552
                                        19. Coming Events, pp. 553-554
                                        20. With and Advisory Council, pp. 555-556
                                        21. War and Peace, pp. 557-562
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                                        March 1934 Issue = 23 Articles
                                        1. The Road Away from War by The Editor, pp. 10-18
                                        2. Notes from Everywhere, pp. 19-21
                                        3. Anarchy in Spain by Miguel de Unamuno, pp. 22-23
                                        4. Sex and the New Germany by Rodney Collin, pp. 24-25
                                        5. Fukien in Rebellion by H.R. Gola, pp. 26-30
                                        6. Chinese Soldiers and Bandits by O.D. Rusmussen, pp. 31-34
                                        7. The Case against Japan by Josef Wechsberg, pp. 35-38
                                        8. Reactionary England by R. Palme Dutt, pp. 39-45
                                        9. The Fascists Come to England by A Political Correspondent, pp. 46-48
                                        10. O You among Women by F.R. Higgins, p. 57
                                        11. Swastika School Days by Rudolf Wittenberg, pp. 58-61
                                        12. The Fight for Oil by A Special Correspondent, pp. 62-67
                                        13. Meaning in Modern Verse by Desmond MacCarthy, pp. 68-71
                                        14. The World Over, pp. 1-9
                                        15. Persons and Personages by Walter Bosshard, pp. 49-50
                                        16. Georges Mandel by Emile Bure, pp. 51-53
                                        17. Dr. Albinana by Condesa Ponce de Leon, pp. 54-56
                                        18. Books Abroad, pp. 72-77
                                        19. Letters and the Arts, pp. 78-81
                                        20. The Sciences and Society, pp. 82-85
                                        21. As Others See Us, pp. 86-89
                                        22. With the Advisory Council, pp. 90-91
                                        23. Coming Events, pp. 92-94
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                                      Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1934 = 3 Issues, 62 Articles
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                                        April 1934 Issue = 25 Articles
                                        1. Oil and War by Antoine Zischka, pp. 102-110
                                        2. International Round-Up by An American Observer, pp. 111-113
                                        3. Our Policy by Sir Oswald Mosley, pp. 114-115
                                        4. The End of Vienna by A Viennese, pp. 116-117
                                        5. Holland in the Pacific by Dr. Wilhelm Mautner, pp. 118-121
                                        6. Yellow and White by Franz Herczeg, pp. 122-124
                                        7. The Modern Pythagoreans by Bassett Jones, pp. 125-129
                                        8. Notes on Pre-History by Egon Friedell, pp. 137-143
                                        9. Words from the Wise by G.K. Chesterton, pp. 144-146
                                        10. How Long Can Man Live? by Professor Dr. Walter Weisbach, pp. 147-149
                                        11. The Price of Happiness by Paul Valery, pp. 150-151
                                        12. Europe in Revolution by The Editor, pp. 152-159
                                        13. The Third Mr. Joyce by Ronald Symond, pp. 160-163
                                        14. Heaven by Siegfried Sassoon, p. 164
                                        15. The World Over, pp. 95-101
                                        16. Persons and Personages by Bernard de Vaulx, pp. 130-131
                                        17. The Return of Jacques Copeau by Maggie Guiral, pp. 132-133
                                        18. Germany's Uncrowned King by A Berlin Correspondent, pp. 134-136
                                        19. Books Abroad, pp. 165-169
                                        20. Letters and the Arts, pp. 170-173
                                        21. The Sciences and Society, pp. 174-177
                                        22. As Others See Us, pp. 178-181
                                        23. Our Own Bookshelf, pp. 182-183
                                        24. With the Advisory Council, pp. 184-185
                                        25. Coming Events, pp. 186-188
                                      2. [+]
                                        May 1934 Issue = 16 Articles
                                        1. Ninety Years On, pp. 198-224
                                        2. Evening Moscow and Daily News by Robert Littell, pp. 225-229
                                        3. Asia in Panorama by Pierre Dominique, pp. 238-241
                                        4. The Struggle for Asia by Walter Bosshard, pp. 242-244
                                        5. A Legend of Lenin by Axel Bakunts, pp. 245-248
                                        6. Germany Looks at Europe by Giselher Wirsing, pp. 249-256
                                        7. Animals and Play by H.E. Mellersh, pp. 257-260
                                        8. The World Over, pp. 189-197
                                        9. Persons and Personages by Janine Bouissounouse, pp. 230-231
                                        10. Marchand Speaks , pp. 232-235
                                        11. Lord Tyrrell by Friedrich Sieburg, pp. 236-237
                                        12. Books Abroad, pp. 261-268
                                        13. The Sciences and Society, pp. 269-272
                                        14. As Others See Us, pp. 273-276
                                        15. With the Advisory Council, pp. 277-279
                                        16. Coming Events, pp. 280-282
                                      3. [+]
                                        June 1934 Issue = 21 Articles
                                        1. The Truth about the Saar by Jean Galtier-Boissiere and A.-L. Serurier, pp. 292-302
                                        2. The Arms Investigation by The Editor, pp. 303-308
                                        3. The Orient in Arms by Karl Figdor, pp. 309-312
                                        4. War in Arabia by Dr. Wolfgang von Weisl, pp. 313-316
                                        5. British Miscellany by A Shareholder, pp. 326-327
                                        6. The New Argosy , pp. 328-329
                                        7. One of the Best by Jan Struther, pp. 330-332
                                        8. Trotski Pro and Con by C.A.S., pp. 333-336
                                        9. Bankrupt Trotski by L. Magyar, pp. 337-340
                                        10. The Soldier Mother by Vassili Grossman, pp. 341-350
                                        11. The World Over, pp. 283-291
                                        12. Persons and Personages by Harold Laski, pp. 317-318
                                        13. Charlie Chaplin's Decline by Lorenzo Turrent Rozas, pp. 319-322
                                        14. Switzerland's President by Georg Ruttkay, pp. 323-325
                                        15. Books Abroad, pp. 351-358
                                        16. To My Muse by Herbert Palmer, p. 359
                                        17. Letters and the Arts, pp. 360-363
                                        18. The Sciences and Society, pp. 364-367
                                        19. Correspondence, pp. 368-371
                                        20. With the Advisory Council, pp. 372-373
                                        21. Coming Events, pp. 374-376
                                    3. [+]
                                      Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1934 = 3 Issues, 57 Articles
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                                        July 1934 Issue = 21 Articles
                                        1. The Rothschilds and Stavisky by Roger Mennevee, pp. 386-393
                                        2. Alarms and Excursions by Leopold Schwarzschild, pp. 394-398
                                        3. The Arms Race To-day by A Special Investigator, pp. 399-402
                                        4. Japan in Africa by Henry de Monfreid, pp. 403-405
                                        5. Mutiny in the South Seas by 'Javanicus', pp. 406-411
                                        6. Mixed Quartette by Dr. Matthias Komor, pp. 421-422
                                        7. Spain on Strike by Roda Roda, pp. 423-425
                                        8. To the Deacons by Anonymous, pp. 426-427
                                        9. Mrs. Polonius by Anne Harris, pp. 428-430
                                        10. Sonnet by C. Day Lewis, p. 431
                                        11. Rotfabrik, Number One by Georg Glaser, pp. 432-439
                                        12. The World Over, pp. 377-385
                                        13. Persons and Personages by Rene Lalou, pp. 412-414
                                        14. Einstein, the Philosopher by Dr. Samuel Szemiere, pp. 415-418
                                        15. Mohammed 'Poldi' Weiss by Anton Kub, pp. 419-420
                                        16. Books Abroad, pp. 440-452
                                        17. Letters and the Arts, pp. 453-457
                                        18. As Others See Us, pp. 458-461
                                        19. The Sciences and Society, pp. 462-465
                                        20. Garlands at Ninety, pp. 466-467
                                        21. Coming Events, pp. 468-470
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                                        August 1934 Issue = 19 Articles
                                        1. Germany's Air Armaments by Lieutenant Colonel Reboul, pp. 480-486
                                        2. Asiatic Miscellany by M.Y. Ben-Gavriel, pp. 487-489
                                        3. The Fight for Central Asia by Dr. Sigurd Paulsen, pp. 490-491
                                        4. Arms and the Chinaman by G.H., pp. 492-495
                                        5. British Contrasts by Mrs. Pallis, pp. 496-499
                                        6. The New Britain Movement by Frederick Soddy, pp. 500-503
                                        7. Two Tales of China by B. Lapin and Z. Khatsrevin, pp. 516-517
                                        8. The Marriage of Mr. Yu by Pierre Mille, pp. 518-521
                                        9. Argentina's Tragedy by Raul Scalabrini Ortiz, pp. 522-531
                                        10. Original Sin by John Macomish, p. 532
                                        11. Spain between Revolutions by Joaquin Maurin, pp. 533-537
                                        12. The World Over, pp. 471-479
                                        13. Persons and Personages, pp. 504-506
                                        14. General von Blomberg , pp. 507-508
                                        15. Cardinal Faulhaber by Waldemar Grimm, pp. 509-512
                                        16. Mussolini at Close Range by Ignazio Balla, pp. 513-515
                                        17. Books Abroad, pp. 538-549
                                        18. The Sciences and Society, pp. 550-553
                                        19. As Others See Us, pp. 554-562
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                                        September 1934 Issue = 17 Articles
                                        1. The Expiring Reich by A Foreign Diplomat, pp. 10-15
                                        2. Underground Germany by A German Communist, pp. 16-19
                                        3. Byzantine Germany by Professor Guglielmo Ferrero, pp. 20-22
                                        4. Who Owns Argentina? by Raul Scalabrini Ortiz, pp. 23-29
                                        5. Third Degree in Japan by William Maxwell Bickerton, pp. 30-34
                                        6. Sights Seen in Singapore by G. Herwig, pp. 43-48
                                        7. The Chelyuskin Epic by Leon Bernstein, pp. 49-57
                                        8. Memories of Chekhov by Olga Knipper-Chekhova, pp. 58-62
                                        9. Flying with Wright by Baron von der Lancken-Wackenitz, pp. 63-65
                                        10. The World Over, pp. 1-9
                                        11. Persons and Personages by Jean Fayard, pp. 35-37
                                        12. Schleicher's Last Words by A Personal Friend, pp. 38-40
                                        13. Heroes of Japan , pp. 41-42
                                        14. Books Abroad, pp. 66-79
                                        15. Letters and the Arts, pp. 80-84
                                        16. The Sciences and Society, pp. 85-88
                                        17. As Others See Us, pp. 89-94
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                                      Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1934 = 3 Issues, 64 Articles
                                      1. [+]
                                        October 1934 Issue = 20 Articles
                                        1. Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd. by W. Fox, pp. 102-110
                                        2. A Mirror to Japan by Yosuke Matsuoka, pp. 111-113
                                        3. Japan's Population Problem by Professor Uyeda, pp. 114-116
                                        4. Japanese Banquet by Lili Korber, pp. 117-120
                                        5. Who Is Fritz Thyssen? by Max Rudert, pp. 121-128
                                        6. Studies in the Fantastic by Pierre Abraham, pp. 139-141
                                        7. The Bird and the Hedgehog by Francis de Miomandre, pp. 142-150
                                        8. For Whom Do You Write? by Jean-Richard Bloch, pp. 151-158
                                        9. Two Essays on Medicine, by Dr. Harry Roberts by Harry Roberts, pp. 159-161
                                        10. The Limitations of Medicine by Harry Roberts, pp. 162-164
                                        11. The World Over, pp. 95-101
                                        12. Persons and Personages by Joachim Haniel, pp. 129-131
                                        13. Marshal Lyautey by Edmond Jaloux, pp. 132-135
                                        14. Interviewing Wang Ching-wei by A Special Correspondent, pp. 136-138
                                        15. Books Abroad, pp. 165-172
                                        16. Two Chinese Epitaphs, p. 173
                                        17. Letters and the Arts, pp. 174-177
                                        18. The Sciences and Society by Harold Ward, pp. 178-181
                                        19. As Others See Us, pp. 182-187
                                        20. War and Peace, p. 188
                                      2. [+]
                                        November 1934 Issue = 23 Articles
                                        1. Russia at Geneva, pp. 198-199
                                        2. Russia Means Peace by Gunnar Ericksson, pp. 200-202
                                        3. Russia Means War by Kim, pp. 203-204
                                        4. Lenin's Geneva Days by Junior, pp. 205-209
                                        5. Japan Inside and Out by Colin Clark, pp. 210-213
                                        6. The Japanese Peasant by K. Yoshino, pp. 214-216
                                        7. The Japanese Press by A Special Correspondent, pp. 217-220
                                        8. On the Far Eastern Front by H.R. Gola, pp. 221-225
                                        9. The Low-Down on Spain by B. Minlos, pp. 236-240
                                        10. Walking through Spain by Antonio Sanchez Barbudo, pp. 241-243
                                        11. The Two Aristocracies by George Pendle, pp. 244-246
                                        12. Flames over Argentina by Helmut Bachmann, pp. 247-250
                                        13. The Road to Baghdad by Mohammed Asad, pp. 251-256
                                        14. A Soviet Robinson by I. Ilf and E. Petrov, pp. 257-259
                                        15. The World Over, pp. 189-197
                                        16. Persons and Personages by Paul Scheffer, pp. 226-229
                                        17. Knox of the Saar by H.T. Hopkinson, pp. 230-232
                                        18. Sir J.C. Bose by A Scientific Correspondent, pp. 233-235
                                        19. Books Abroad, pp. 260-266
                                        20. Letters and the Arts, pp. 267-271
                                        21. The Sciences and Society by Harold Ward, pp. 272-275
                                        22. As Others See Us, pp. 276-279
                                        23. Our Own Bookshelf, pp. 280-282
                                      3. [+]
                                        December 1934 Issue = 21 Articles
                                        1. The Truth About the Protocols by Lloyd W. Eshleman, pp. 290-299
                                        2. Europe in Revolt by Paul Keri, pp. 300-303
                                        3. Besieged in Oviedo by A Spanish Lady, pp. 304-308
                                        4. A Programme for Senator Nye by The Editor, pp. 309-314
                                        5. Three Ruritanians by Waldemar Grimm, pp. 315-316
                                        6. Schuschnigg of Austria , pp. 317-318
                                        7. Beck of Poland , pp. 319-321
                                        8. Singapore, Key to the Orient by An Australian Editor, pp. 331-333
                                        9. The Struggle for Singapore by Marc Chadourne, pp. 334-337
                                        10. The Secret War for Cotton by A Special Correspondent, pp. 338-343
                                        11. The French Dilemma by Edmond Jaloux, pp. 344-347
                                        12. France Moves toward Fascism , pp. 348-349
                                        13. Andor Coloman by Z. Goldstein, pp. 350-356
                                        14. The World Over, pp. 283-289
                                        15. Persons and Personages by Harold Laski, pp. 322-323
                                        16. Unamuno at Seventy by Ernst Robert Curtius, pp. 324-327
                                        17. Prince Saionji by Hakucho Masamune, pp. 328-330
                                        18. Books Abroad, pp. 357-364
                                        19. Letters and the Arts, pp. 365-367
                                        20. The Sciences and Society by Harold Ward, pp. 368-371
                                        21. As Others See Us, pp. 372-376
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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