IT IS NOW familiar knowledge that some time about 1933 or 1934 the world passed from the post-war into the pre-war era. The great European powers are feverishly preparing for another war with one another. They have not yet reached the stage at which the actions of each government are regulated by the inexorable demands of the military timetable of its general staff, but they are getting perilously close to it.By FRANK H. UNDERHILL16 min
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