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Full text of "The Struggle For Peace"

GENERAL       BOOKS
"This Air Business"
Brigadier-General Groves is a well-known authority on air defence.
During the past seventeen jears he has contributed a great many
articles and letters to the Press on the subjecty as well as two books,
"Behind the Smoke Screen" and "Our Future in the A.ir".
In this new book he traces the development of the present European
air situation, discusses its significance from every angle and reviews the
steps which have been taken since the Munich Agreement to make good
our deficiencies in the three essentials for aerial security: Air Force,
ground defence, and ^4.R.P. He also throws light on the developments
which have taken place simultaneously in the air organisations of Germany,
France, and Italy. This comprehensive survey of an issue which is of
momentous national interest, by one who writes with the authority
derived from nearly 25 years of experience and study, is a work which
closely concerns every member of the community. Demy %vo. 8j\ 6d.
b BRIGADIER-GENERAL P. R. C. GROVES, C.B., C.M.G., B.S.O.
Let's Laugh/
/7~'0 all who know Heath Robinson's work—and who does not?—
J- "Lefs L,augh !" provides a perfect vade-mecum.   Entertaining,
devastatingly funny, there is, nevertheless, behind it all an uncanny
suggestion of practicality in his queer contraptions.
Cr. %vo.    Nearly 100 Illustrations.    $s.
h HEATH ROBINSON
Foreword by K. R. G. BROWNE
Authors of Plow to Live in a Flat, How to Make a Garden Grow, etc.
Golf Without Gall
Every golfer simply must get a copy of Ms very funny book on the
game that is not a/ways played without gall.   Even if you only know
golf from hearing father's stories jou mil enjoy the fun and leam
something of the game from a different angle !
Crown %vo.   Profusely illustrated,   $s.
to MEX TUTHILL
The English Tradition in the World
he early part of this book deals with the growth "in an ordinary
Englishman", as the author describes himself, of the thoughts and
feelings and outlook which make the "English Tradition",   He goes
on to criticise the "Leftish Philosophy" which he avers is rampant now,
and to formulate a political philosophy in which Duty and Patriotism
would be important and which would have a more healthy outlook.
Demy Bvo.   nos. 6d.
iy S. C. WILLIAMSON
All prices in this catalogue are provisional and subject to alteration
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