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Air-War (1938)
Its Technical and Social Aspects
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    Air Raids and Public Morale (Review)
    Air-War, by Watson O'D. Pierce
    1. Air-War by Watson O'D. Pierce
    The Saturday Review, July 15, 1939, p. 18
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    Military Situation (2 Reviews)
    The Military Strength of the Powers, by Max Werner
    1. The Military Strength of the Powers by Max Werner
    2. Air-War by Watson O'D. Pierce
    The New Masses, August 15, 1939, pp. 22-24
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    Recent Books on International Relations (18 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. Survey of International Affairs, 1936 by Arnold J. Toynbee and V.M. Boulter
    2. International Sanctions
    3. The Family of Nations: Its Need and Its Problems by Nicholas Murray Butler
    4. The World Crisis
    5. The Tyranny of Words by Stuart Chase
    6. Political Institutions: A Preface by Edward McChesney Sait
    7. Constructive Democracy
    8. Communism, Fascism, or Democracy? by Eduard Heimann
    9. Hello, America! by Cesar Saerchinger
    10. A History of the League of Nations by John I. Knudson
    11. The Story of Twentieth-Century Exploration by Charles E. Key
    12. Air-War by Watson O'D. Pierce
    13. Air Defence and the Civil Population by H. Montgomery Hyde and G.R. Falkiner Nuttall
    14. Fighting Planes of the World by E.C. Talbot-Booth
    15. Machine Guns: Their History and Tactical Employment by Graham Seton Hutchison
    16. International Legislation, Vol. VI by Manley O. Hudson and Ruth E. Bacon
    17. Documents on International Affairs, 1936 by Stephen Heald and John W. Wheeler-Bennett
    18. Speeches and Documents on International Affairs, 1918-1937 by Arthur Berriedale Keith
    Foreign Affairs, July 1938, pp. 728-729