MORGEN WIEDER KRIEG: UNTERSUCHUNG DER GEGENWART. BLICK IN DIE ZUKUNFT. Berlin: Ernst Rowohlt Verlag, 1931. Octavo, pp. [1-4] 1-202  [204: blank], original plain gray boards. First edition. In MORGEN WIEDER KRIEG (1931), translated into English as WAR AGAIN TOMORROW (New York: Duffield & Green, 1932), Ludwig Bauer, an Austro-Swiss journalist, pacifist and writer (born in Vienna in 1878), warns of the danger of another world war and puts forward solutions to avoid it. His book, described by one reviewer as "a pacifist's lugubrious view of the League, the Versailles settlement, Sovietism, Fascism, Americanism and other matters," was recommended by Albert Einstein in THE WORLD AS I SEE IT. Bloch (2002) 316. Brandt, Der deutsche Zukunftsroman 1918-1945, p. 352. Not in Nagl. Not in Clarke, Voices. A very good copy with very good printed dust jacket with wear and several chips at top and bottom edges. (#151260).
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