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Huddleston, Europe in Zigzags: Social, Artistic, Literary and Political Affairs

Huddleston, Sisley. Europe in Zigzags: Social, Artistic, Literary and Political Affairs on the Continent. London, Harrap, 1929. Octavo. VIII, 354 pages. Original Hardcover. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear.

Sisley Huddleston (28 May 1883 – 14 July 1952) was a British journalist and writer. After editing a British forces newspaper in the First World War, he was resident in Paris after the war until the 1930s, writing for The Times (London) and the Christian Science Monitor. In his Europe in Zigzags (1929) he supported the Pan-Europe manifesto of Richard Nikolaus Graf Coudenhove-Kalergi.War Unless (1933) was a "deliberately alarmist" call for revision of the Treaty of Versailles. During the Second World War he was in Vichy France, taking French citizenship, and writing in sympathy with the Vichy regime. He interviewed Marshal Philippe Pétain. He was imprisoned by the Free French in 1944, as a Vichy collaborator. He wrote a number of works, critical in particular of the Allied handling of the Liberation of France, and of the diplomacy of the politicians. (Wikipedia).

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Huddleston, Europe in Zigzags: Social, Artistic, Literary and Political Affairs

Huddleston, Europe in Zigzags: Social, Artistic, Literary and Political Affairs


Huddleston, Europe in Zigzags: Social, Artistic, Literary and Political Affairs

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