TITLE

The Skies Brighten a Little

PUB. DATE
May 1937
SOURCE
New Republic;5/12/37, Vol. 91 Issue 1171, p6
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on several events that indicates that another European war is not so imminent as had been assumed. Apparent weakness of both Fascist powers Germany and Italy in their operations in the Spanish Civil War; Aggressive rearmament program implemented by the British to deter any aggression by these nations; Efficiency of the Russian contingent in the Civil War; Moderation of Japanese relationship with the Soviet Union and China; Factors which encourage the hope for peace in Western Europe; Assertion of the author that all the events mentioned is not an assurance for peace because the armaments race is on.
ACCESSION #
15237336

 

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