Books: Poland and Christendom

THE END OF THE ARMISTICE—G. K. Chesferfon—Sheed & Ward ($2).

POLISH PROFILE—Virgil/a Sapieha—Garrick & Evans—($2.50).

The End of the Armistice is a collection of essays written by England's dauntlessly civilized Chesterton between the middle '20s and his death in 1936. His point of view is consistent, two of his premises are peculiarly interesting: 1) that the Allies fought World War I in a cause that was too good for them, and for which Hitler would compel them to fight again—a cause of which they were not fully aware: to preserve Western Christendom from destruction by Prussia, the comparatively new, barbaric overlord of an...

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