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Why Britain is at war by Harold Nicolson

Penguin Books, 1939 (Penguin Specials, P47).



PENGUIN SPECIALS (PENGUIN BOOKS)

S1
Germany puts the clock back
Edgar Ansel Mowrer
1937

S2
Mussolini's Roman empire
G. T. Garratt
1938

S3
Blackmail or war
Geneviève Tabouis
1938

S4
Searchlight on Spain
Duchess of Atholl
1938

S5
Ballet: a complete guide to appreciation, history, aesthetics, ballets, dancers
Arnold L. Haskell
1938

S6
Modern German art
Peter Thoene. Introduction by: Herbert Read
1938

S7
China struggles for unity
J. M. D. Pringle
1939

S8
The air defence of Britain
L. E. O. Charlton; G. T. Garratt; R. Fletcher
1938

S9
Europe and the Czechs
S. Grant Duff
1938

S10
The Jewish problem
Louis Golding
1938

S11
Literary taste: how to form it, with detailed instructions for collecting a complete library of English literature
Arnold Bennett. Edited: and with additional lists by Frank Swinnerton
1938

S12
The mortal storm
Phyllis Bottome
1938

S13
What Hitler wants
E. O. Lorimer
1939

S14
Mowrer in China
Edgar Ansel Mowrer
1938

S15
One man against Europe
Konrad Heiden
1939

S16
Blue angels and whales: a record of personal experiences below and above water
Robert Gibbings
1938

S17
Warning from the West Indies
W. M. MacMillan
1938

S18
The great illusion - now
Norman Angell
1938

S19
Britain by mass-observation
Compiled by Charles Madge and Tom Harrison
1939

S20
The press
Wickham Steed
1938

S21
Ourselves and Germany
The Marquess on Londonderry
1938

S22
Design
Anthony Bertram
1938

S23
[This serial number was not used.]

S24
They betrayed Czechoslovakia
G. J. George. Preface by: Edgar Ansel Mowrer.
1939

S25
I was Hitler's prisoner: leaves from a prison diary
Stefan Lorant
1939

S26
Between two wars? The lessons of the last war in relation to the preparations to the next
'Vigilantes' (K. Zilliacus). Introduction by: Sir Norman Angell
1939

S27
Britain's health
Prepared by S. Mervyn Herbert on the basis of the report on The British Health Services by P E P [Political and Economic Planning]. Foreward by: Lord Horder.
1939

S28
Microbes by the million
Hugh Nicol
1939

S29
You and the refugee: the morals and economics of the problem
Norman Angell and Dorothy Frances Buxton
1939

S30
Germany: what next? Being an examination of the German menace in so far as it affects Great Britain
L. S. Amery, Sidney Barton, Victor Gordon Lennox, Sheila Grant
Duff, Richard Keane, Bernard Keeling, General Tilho. Edited by: Richard Keane
1939

S31
Why war?
C. E. M. Joad
1939

S32
Our food problem: a study of national security
F. Le Gros Clark and R. M. Titmuss
1939

S33
The new German empire
Dr F. Borkenau
1939

S34
Poland
W. J. Rose
1939

S35
A hundred years of photography 1839-1939
Lucia Moholy
1939

S36
The attack from withiin: the modern technique of aggression
Elwyn Jones
1939

S37
The good soldier Schweik
Jaroslav Hasek
1939

S38
British agriculture: the principles of future policy. A report of an Inquiry
Viscount Astor and B. Seebohm Rowntree
1939

S39
The Suez Canal
Hugh J. Schonfield
1939

S40
Opera
Edward J. Dent
1940

S41
The travels of a republican radical in search of hot water
H. G. Wells
1939

S42
[This serial number was not used.]

S43
[This serial number was not used

S44
Light on Moscow: Soviet policy analysed
D. N. Pritt
1939

S45
The government blue book (On outbreak of World War II)
1939

S46
The case for federal union
W. B. Curry
1939

S47
Why Britain is at war
Harold Nicolson
1939

S48
The Penguin political dictionary
Compiled by: Walter Theimer
1939/40

S49
Europe since Versailles: a history in one hundred cartoons with a narrative text
Written and drawn: by Low (David Low)
1940

S50
The rights of man, or, what are we fighting for?
H. G. Wells
1940

S51
Must the war spread?
D. N. Pritt
1940

S52
NOT USED

S53
NOT USED.

S54
Unser Kampf: our struggle
Sir Richard Acland
1940
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S55
Good God: Sketches of his character and activities
John Hadham
1940

S56
My Finnish diary
D. N. Pritt
1940

S57
Hitler's war: before and after
Hugh Dalton
1940

S58
The problem of India
K. S. Shelvankar
1940

S59
Stalin and Hitler: the reasons for and the results of the Nazi-Bolshevik Pact
Louis Fischer
1940

S60
Warships at work: a naval notebook explaining in text and by profile some functions of the principal warship types of the world
A. C. Hardy
1940

S61
NOT USED

S62
Why freedom matters
Norman Angell
1940

S63
Hydoponics: food without soil. A journal of experiments 1938 to 1940
Isabel C. Hilyer
1940

S64
The common sense of war and peace: world revolution or war unending
H. G. Wells
1940

S65
Christianity and world order
The Bishop of Chichester (G. K. A. Bell)
1940

S66
The Penguin political atlas [Companion volume to The Penguin Political Dictionary]
Compiled and drawn by S. C. Johnson
1940

S67
NOT USED

S68
NOT USED.

S69
NOT USED

S70
Organised labour in the war
John Price. Foreword: Ernest Bevin
1940

S71
NOT USED.

S72
The case for family allowances
Eleanor F. Rathbone
1940

S73
God in a world at war
John Hadham
1940

S74
Science in war
Anonymous - written by 25 un-named scientists
1940

S75
New ways of war
Tom Wintringham
1940
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S76
The real cost of war
J. Keith Horsefield
1940

S77
The psychology of fear and courage
Edward Glover
1940

S78
Where do we go from here? An essay in Interpretation
Harold J. Laski
1940

S79
The internment of aliens
F. Lafitte
1940

S80
Europe in chains
Paul Einzig
1940

S81
Russia
Bernard Pares
1941

S82
Aircraft recogniton. Volume 1
R. A. Saville-Sneath
1941

S83
Europe at war: a history in sixty cartoons with a narrative text
Written and drawn: by Low (David Low)
1941

S84
The truth about France
Louis Lévy
1941

S85
Flight to victory: an account of the Royal Air Force in the first year of the war
Ronald Walker
1941

S86
NOT USED.

S87
Food: The deciding factor. A Guide to Rationing and Food Values
Frank Wokes
1941

S88
World shipping: a note book on seaways and sea trade and a maritime deography of routes, ports, rivers, canals and cargoes
A. C. Hardy
1941

S89
The Catholic Church and international order
A. C. F. Beales
1941

S90
The Penguin book of food growing, storing and cooking
F. W. P. Carter
1941

S91
Signalling and map-reading for the Home Guard with advice on Improvising equipment
H. G. Stokes
1942

S92
Generals and generalship: The Lees Knowles Lectures delivered at Trinity College, Cambridge in 1939 by the author
General Sir Archibald Wavell
1941

S93
The Gospel for tomorrow
The Bishop of Truro (J. W. Hunkin)
1941
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S94
The French Canadians today
Wilfred Bovey. Adapted and abridged by George Buxton
1942

S95
Nazis in Norway
Åke Fen
1943

S96
Planning the war
Lt.-Col. Clive Garsia. Foreword: by Field-Marshal Lord Milne
1941

S97
The remaking of Italy
'Pentad' (a pseudonym for five anonymous contributors, four Italian and one English)
1941

S98
A diary of world affairs (June 23rd, 1940 - April 5th, 1941)
Marcel Hoden
1941

S99
Ley farming
Sir R. George Stapledon and William Davies. Foreword: by R. S. Hudson
1942.

S100
Reaching for the stars
Nora Waln
1942


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