Tomlinson, H. M. Mars His Idiot

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London: William Heinemann 1935  First Edition  

This polemic on the First World War ("a lively indictment of Mars and his backers") appeared in the run up to WWII and provides a fascinating view into the appeasement debate of the time The work was inspired by Tomlinson's hatred of war, reflected in both the book's title and amazing jacket art, gained through his years as war correspondent in Belgium and France during the Great War  

A lovely copy, near fine if not better, in an equally near fine, bright dust wrapper with some wear to the bottom folds, two miniscule edge tears and slightly soiled rear panel and spine  A scarce book in this condition