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John W. Wheeler-Bennett


America’s John Buchan

Pilgrim's Way. By John Buchan. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin Company. $3.00. When John Buchan died on February 7,1939, the world was the poorer, not by the loss of one man, but by the loss of many fascinating personalities embodied in one seemingly fr [...]

Ludendorff: The Soldier and the Politician

On December 20th, the eve of the winter solstice, Erich Ludendorff, Feldherr des Weltkriegcs and foremost neo-pagan of Germany, died in a Catholic hospital at Munich, surrounded by attendant sisters of mercy. The irony of the event is symbolic of tha [...]

European Possibilities

The study of history may not make you wise, but it cannot fail to make you sad," wrote the great Bishop Stubbs of Oxford in the comparative security of the last quarter of the nineteenth century. If true then how much truer today, when the conte [...]