Perhaps the most striking thing about the Marshall Plan was the spurt of galvanized enthusiasm with which it was greeted in Western Europe. British and...

Karl Frucht is the scarcely concealed “Sergeant Franck” of this incredible story, which plainly falls into the “stranger than fiction” class. It tells one of...

Copenhagen The Danes are the most homogeneous national group in Europe. For the most part the Danes of today are descendants of the people who inhabited...

Humanist in Exile Christ Stopped at Eboli. by Carlo Levi. Translated by Frances Frenaye. New York, Farrar, Straus, 1947. 268 pp. $3.00.   Beyond the penumbra of the great metropolitan...

When you come back from Europe in the summer of 1947, it is not the plentiful food nor the well-stocked stores nor the undamaged cities...

Discussion of the “German problem” has too often been smothered in a mist of understandable emotion, prejudice, and voluble ignorance. Samuel J. Hurwitz, who here...

The Jewish Resistance Blessed is the Match. by Marie Syrkin. Philadelphia, The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1947. 361 pp. $3.00.   Marie Syrkin has given us the first over-all...

Italy today is one of the very few countries in Europe where almost no trace of anti-Semitism is to be found. The Jewish problem is...

The collapse of Western Europe as a decisive international factor, now seen to be an astonishingly persistent postwar condition, has come about on so grandiose...

The abortive putsch of the Junkers against Hitler was sheer melodrama. But it was more—it was the last gasp of one of Europe’s historic power...

This description of the conflicting machineries and ideologies involved in the re-education of the German people illuminates in microcosm the whole political problem of reconstructing...

This vivid description of Jewish life in Poland in the 17th century is the final chapter of a book called Yeven Metzula (The Pit of...