Looking behind the censorships, by Eugene J. Young.


Philadelphia, New York J.B. Lippincott Company [1938] .

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Subjects Censorship.
Censure.
Freedom of the press.
Liberté de la presse.
Politique mondiale.
Press.
Presse.
World politics.
Description 368 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1938]
©1938
Contents "Muddling Through" a Device That Gives Time for Manipulation of Rivals -- Quarreling Factions Helpful to Government -- France Insists on Precision Which Britain Will Not Grant -- Great Empires Kept Apart by Different Methods. -- V THE SYNTHETIC DIPLOMACY OF THE HAVE-NOTS -- Germany, Italy and Japan Comparatively Juvenile in World Outlook -- Have Studied and Copied the Worst Ways of the Empires -- How Germany Learned "Weltpolitik" and "Realpolitik" -- Mussolini Has Sought the Balance of Power but Lacks Strength -- The Divided Mind of Japan. -- VI HIGH POLITICS PLAYED BEHIND ETHIOPIA -- Beginning a Review of an Era of Confusion in Diplomacy -- League of Nations Only a Facade for a Great Anglo-French Struggle -- Mussolini Won Because Rivals Could Not Agree -- Bitter Quarrels of British Statesmen a Vital Factor in Nation's Humiliation -- The Hoare-Eden Feud. -- VII THE RAZZLE-DAZZLE OF THE RHINELAND -- Great War Scare Was Chiefly Bluff for Political Purposes -- Main Issue Had Been Settled by Britain a Year Before -- Statesmen Used Alarm to Serve Their Policies.
His Dictatorship Checked by Monarchy and Church -- His Defeats in a Long Struggle with Victor Emmanuel -- Army Under Badoglio Upset Schemes to Make Him Emperor -- Fascist Council, True to Throne, Has Checked Him -- Vatican Humiliated Him in Church and State Settlement -- Ethiopian Conflict Won in the Name of the King, not II Duce. -- XI GERMAN DEMI-GODS AND INNER FEUDS -- The Build-up of the Pompous Hindenburg into a Hero -- Deification of Hitler When Great Interests Needed a Deity -- The Abandonment of the Nazi Party and Platform -- Unity in the New Reich a Myth -- Leaders and Factions Engaged in a Struggle for Power -- Himmler, the Sinister Figure in the Background -- Class Struggle Acute. -- XII UNDER-COVER POLITICS IN THE FAR EAST -- Our Neutrality Laws Encouraged Japan to Attack China -- America and Britain Had Found a Way to Work Together -- How Japan Has Been and Can Be Hampered -- Design Is to Wait Her Out Until Home Strains Develop -- Coming Forth of Her Emperor in Support of the Moderates.
Hitler Wanted to Stop Grumbling -- Britain Desired an Excuse to Rearm -- France Tried to Force an Alliance on Britain. -- VIII THE PRO-GERMAN LEANINGS OF EDWARD VIII -- He and the "King's Friends" Favored Co-operation with the Reich -- Government Strongly Opposed Them, Wanting an Entente with France -- Abdication Crisis Arose over Assurances Given to Hitler and Fear of War -- Mrs. Simpson Affair a Flank Attack to Avoid Constitutional Fight -- British Policy, Weak in Spanish War, Became Strong After Edward Retired. -- IX THE MEDITERRANEAN AND EDEN'S FALL -- Schemes to Drive the Soviet Out of the West to Soothe Italy and Germany -- Chamberlain Pushes Eden Aside in Effort to Woo Mussolini -- Eden Upsets His Chiefs Apple-cart by Angering II Duce -- Maneuverings Within the British Cabinet and with France -- The League and Eden Eliminated by "Practical" Statesmen. -- X THE BUILT-UP LEGEND OF MUSSOLINI.
I THE ART OF MANIPULATING NEWS -- How the Censorships Operate on World News -- Inquiring Correspondents Subject to Severe Penalties -- Sources of Facts Choked by Fear -- Even Democratic Nations Manipulate Information -- The "Canned News" System. -- II THE POWER OF SECRET STATESMANSHIP -- Hidden Bureaucracies Govern the Acts of Public Leadership -- They Fight for Nationalism -- How the Permanent Organizations Operate -- Diplomacy, the First Line of Defense, Still Clings to Deceptive Ways. -- III SIMPLICITIES OF THE INTERNATIONAL GAME -- Primary Interests of the Great Powers -- Britain Still Plays the Balance of Power but Seeks American Cooperation-France's -- Three Vital Policies -- Nazi Reich Follows Imperial Ways -- Italy Seeks Outlets -- Russia's Paradoxes -- Japan's Vast Ambitions. -- IV BRITISH SUPPLENESS AND FRENCH RIGIDITY -- Realistic Trading Governs London's Statesmanship.
XIII SIMPLICITIES OF THE GREAT MONEY WAR -- The British-French Effort to Break Our Financial Power -- Cheap Dollar Foiled Them -- Struggles of the Huge Equalization Funds -- India and China Raided in Vast Campaigns -- Final Surrender of Great Rivals in Triple Entente in Currency -- Effect of the Combination on World Politics. -- XIV EUROPEAN WAR SCARES AND REALITIES -- Germany and Italy Lack Resources for a Long Campaign -- Reich's Army Developed Slowly and Must Take Years More of Preparation -- Failure of Airplanes to Bring Quick Victories Disappoints Jingoes -- Defense Again Shown to be Stronger than Offense -- Fear of America a Vital Factor.
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(OCoLC)ocm01156652
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