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Foreign Affairs Archives
Title Author Period Text
Type? Genre/Topic? Subtitles?
Foreign Affairs, October 1936 Issue
- 23 Articles, 228pp
  • , pp. 1-86
  • , pp. 87-101
  • , pp. 102-111
  • , pp. 112-123
  • , pp. 124-140
  • , pp. 141-154
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  • , pp. 179-186
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  • , pp. 199-202
  • Some Recent Books on International Relations, by  
  • [+]
    (21 Reviews)
    , pp. 203-204
    1. Documents on International Affairs, 1935 by John W. Wheeler-Bennett and Stephen H...
    2. Collective Security by Maurice Bourquin
    3. Supplement to the Law and Procedure of International Tribunals by Jackson H. Ralston
    4. Neutrality: Its History, Economics and Law, Vol. I by Philip C. Jessup and Francis Deak
    5. International Organization in European Air Transport by Laurence C. Tombs
    6. Humanity, Air Power and War by Philip S. Mumford
    7. Yes and Albert Thomas by E.J. Phelan
    8. Must War Come? by John Eppstein
    9. They That Take the Sword by Douglas Jerrold
    10. On the Rim of the Abyss by James T. Shotwell
    11. Propaganda and Dictatorship by Harwood L. Childs
    12. Anti-Semitism Throughout the Ages by Heinrich J.M. Coudenhove-Kalergi and ...
    13. What Will Happen to the Jews? by Joseph Leftwich
    14. A Preface to Racial Understanding by Charles S. Johnson
    15. Missions Tomorrow by Kenneth Scott Latourette
    16. The Symbols of Government by Thurman W. Arnold
    17. The Discussion of Human Affairs by Charles A. Beard
    18. Millions of Dictators by Emil Lengyel
    19. Marxism and the National-Colonial Question by Joseph Stalin
    20. Theories of International Relations by Frank M. Russell
    21. The Statesman's Year-Book, 1936 by M. Epstein
  • [+]
    (10 Reviews)
    , pp. 205-206
    1. A Place in the Sun by Grover Clark
    2. The Balance Sheets of Imperialism by Grover Clark
    3. Raw Materials and Colonies by Royal Institute of International Affa...
    4. The Theory of International Trade by Gottfried von Haberler
    5. Markets and Men by J.W.F. Rowe
    6. The Theory and Practice of Central Banking by Henry Parker Willis
    7. The Downfall of the Gold Standard by Gustav Cassel
    8. Is There Enough Gold? by Charles O. Hardy
    9. Security Against Sickness by Isidore S. Falk
    10. World Immigration by Maurice R. Davie
  • [+]
    (16 Reviews)
    , pp. 207-208
    1. The Far Eastern Crisis by Henry L. Stimson
    2. The Devil Theory of War by Charles A. Beard
    3. The Neutrality Policy of the United States by Julia Emily Johnsen
    4. M-Day: The Day America Mobilizes for War by Rose Marian Stein
    5. Whose Constitution? by Henry A. Wallace
    6. After the New Deal, What? by Norman Thomas
    7. A Program for Modern America by Harry W. Laidler
    8. Who Owns America? by Herbert Agar and Allen Tate
    9. An American Experiment by Edward M. Hugh-Jones and E.A. Radice
    10. Jews in America
    11. Hearst: Lord of San Simeon by Oliver Carlson and Ernest Sutherland ...
    12. War in the Pacific by Sutherland Denlinger and Charles B. Gary
    13. American Diplomacy by Benjamin H. Williams
    14. State Interests in American Treaties by Nicholas Pendleton Mitchell
    15. What the International Labor Organization Means to America by Spencer Miller, Jr.
    16. The President's Control of the Tariff by John Day Larkin
  • [+]
    (5 Reviews)
    , p. 209
    1. The Career of Theophile Delcasse by Charles Wesley Porter
    2. The Role of British Strategy in the Great War by C.R.M.F. Cruttwell
    3. The Battle of Jutland by Holloway Halstead Frost
    4. The Legion of Marching Madmen by William J. Blackledge
    5. American Soldiers Also Fought by Robert Lee Bullard
  • [+]
    (18 Reviews)
    , pp. 210-212
    1. Europe and Europeans by Carlo Sforza
    2. The Rise of European Liberalism by Harold J. Laski
    3. Walks and Talks Abroad by Arnold Talbot Wilson
    4. Europe Under the Terror by John L. Spivak
    5. France Today and the People's Front by Maurice Thorez
    6. The Fiery Cross by Francois de la Rocque
    7. Whither France? by Leon Trotsky
    8. Paris as a Financial Centre by Margaret G. Myers
    9. The German Minority in South Jutland
    10. Monetary Policy and Crises by Brinley Thomas
    11. Hitler: The Pawn by Rudolf Olden
    12. The New Germany by Fritz Ermarth
    13. Under the Swastika by John Bradshaw Holt
    14. Hitler's First Foes by John Brown Mason
    15. The Jews of Germany by Marvin Lowenthal
    16. Germany's War Machine by Albert Muller
    17. The Death of an Empire by Imre Balassa
    18. The Fascist Government of Italy by Herbert W. Schneider
  • [+]
    (12 Reviews)
    , p. 213
    1. Pilsudski: Builder of Poland by Grace Humphrey
    2. The Diplomatic Recognition of the Border States, Part I: Finland by Malbone W. Graham
    3. Finland: The New Nation by Agnes Rothery
    4. Political and Diplomatic History of Russia by George Vernadsky
    5. The Third International After Lenin by Leon Trotsky
    6. The Soviet Union Today by P. Malevsky-Malevitch
    7. The Red Army by Artur W. Just
    8. Soviet Money and Finance by Leonard E. Hubbard
    9. I Search for Truth in Russia by Walter M. Citrine
    10. Defender of Democracy by Emil Ludwig
    11. The Balkan States: I. Economic
    12. The Balkan Conferences and the Balkan Entente, 1930-1935 by Robert Joseph Kerner and Harry Nichol...
  • [+]
    (11 Reviews)
    , p. 214
    1. Long Live the King by Eric Acland and Ernest H. Bartlett
    2. British Economic Foreign Policy by J. Henry Richardson
    3. The King and His Dominion Governors, 1936 by Herbert Vere Evatt
    4. Great Britain and Egypt, 1914-1936
    5. Lord Kitchener by Arthur Hodges
    6. Conference on Canadian American Affairs by Walter W. McLaren, Albert B. Corey, a...
    7. The Union of South Africa by Lillian C.A. Knowles and C.M. Knowles
    8. Central Australia by Cecil T. Madigan
    9. The Story of Conscription in Australia by Leslie C. Jauncey
    10. Jawaharlal Nehru: An Autobiography by Jawaharlal Nehru
    11. The Hindu-Muslim Problem in India by Clifford Manshardt
  • [+]
    (4 Reviews)
    , p. 215
    1. Western Civilization in Near East by Hans Kohn
    2. The Diplomatic History of the Bagdad Railroad by John B. Wolf
    3. Economic Organization of Syria by Sa'id B. Himadeh
    4. My Life: From Brigand to King by Amir Habibullah
  • [+]
    (6 Reviews)
    , p. 216
    1. The African Background Outlined by Carter Godwin Woodson
    2. A Bibliography of Italian Colonisation in Africa by Douglas H. Varley
    3. A Woman at the Abyssinian War by Muriel I. Currey
    4. Blood and Ink by W.W. Chaplin
    5. Ethiopia by John Henry Shaw
    6. Haile Selassie, Emporer of Ethiopia by Princess Asfa Yilma
  • [+]
    (8 Reviews)
    , p. 217
    1. Foreign Policy in the Far East by Taraknath Das
    2. Atlas of China by Albert Herrmann
    3. The System of Chinese Public Finance by Chou-Ying Lee
    4. The Manchu Abdication and the Powers, 1908-1912 by John Gilbert Reid
    5. The New Mongolia by Jozsef Geleta and Ladislaus Forbath
    6. Eyes on Japan by Victor A. Yakhontoff
    7. Pacific Adventure by Willard Price
    8. Philippine Independence by Grayson L. Kirk
  • [+]
    (6 Reviews)
    , p. 218
    1. Mexico's Attitude in Its International Relations by Jose Angel Ceniceros
    2. President Trujillo: His Work and the Dominican Republic by Lawrence De Besault
    3. Migration of Industry to South America by Dudley Maynard Phelps
    4. Chile: Land and Society by George McCutchen McBride
    5. The Economic Literature of Latin America
    6. Who's Who in Latin America by Percy Alvin Martin
  • , pp. 219-222
    1. Mexico's Attitude in Its International Relations by Jose Angel Ceniceros
    2. President Trujillo: His Work and the Dominican Republic by Lawrence De Besault
    3. Migration of Industry to South America by Dudley Maynard Phelps
    4. Chile: Land and Society by George McCutchen McBride
    5. The Economic Literature of Latin America
    6. Who's Who in Latin America by Percy Alvin Martin