Page 6, 10th November 1939

10th November 1939
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Armistice

OW remember Requiem and Silence, yet not forget The tired promises we sobbed at battle's end : How parade with song and candle our numb regret For the dead generation whose......

Book Of The [reek

EUROPE EXPLAINED European Note-Book, By Bernard Wall. (Sheed and Ward, 7s. 6d.) Reviewed by GEORGE GLASGOW the many books published in recent years on this subject one or two......

They Dreamed New Worlds

Roots of Change. By Joseph Fichter. (Appleton-Century Co., 10s. 6d.) Reviewed by BERNARD BASSET, S.J. R EADERS would err if they judged this book by its title, for roots are......

1" .÷......e T Was Hitler ' S

PRISONER I I ITLER meant war—of that we were convinced even be fore Hitler came to power and we, the representatives of three religions in a small town near Berlin, decided to......

Re-writte History

Church and State. By Don Luigi Sturzo. (Bles, 21s.) Reviewed by MICHAEL DE LA BEDOYERE ON STURZO'S 560 ' large pages undoubtedly merit that often abused French epithet, "......

Injustice Oppression Will Prevail

UNLESS WE FIGHT Morality and War. By Gerald Vann, O.P. (Burns Oates & Washbourne, 3s. 6d.) Reviewed by THOMAS CORBISHLEY, S.J. HE fact that we are actually at war is not, in......

Fiction

Aloof, Distinguished and Irish The Story of Maim Sheehy. By Lord Dunaany. (Heinemann, 7s. 6d.) Trance by Appointment. By G. E. Trevelyan. (Harrap, 78. 6(1.) Appeasement. By......