The Long Watch in England

ByEugene and Arline LobrkeHOLT
THIS bitter, compassionate, objective book is an important exposition and analysis of the night which has fallen on the British Isles. Answering some of the questions we ask one another, it poses further enormous queries. From the green lanes, the beautiful crumbling walls, of the home they rented in Sussex, these two trained and talented American observers watched England drift towards Munich, and stagger away from it. This book is much more than merely ‘timely,’ and it is not to be missed.