Important new HUTCH IN SON books LORD STRABOLGI^T The CAMPAIGN in the LOW COUNTRIES Times Literary Supplement: “It is a just criticism of British policy should reach a public glad to read the first connected account of this astonishing campaign. The illustrations are excellent.” 65 photographs. 7/6 KING CAROL of ROMANIA Baroness Helena von der Hoven Current Literature: “Avery complete, sympathetic and satisfying biography excellent photographs, good stories and a gift for narration enliven the volume.” many 16/- BUFFER STATES o f the BALKANS b y Harry Gregson Times Literary Supplement: ‘‘This record of a journey round the Balkans in the Spring of this year does credit to the enterprise and industry of the writer.” 12/6 KHAKI AND RIFLE GREEN b y Lord Dutialley moreNo vivid account of regimental life has been written before. Books of To-day: “This most tonic of books tremendously vivid.” 12/6 THE STORY o f POLAND b y Bernard Newman The Times: “There are many theorists and theories on the subject of the future of Poland to-day. Mr. Newman’s wide knowledge gives him an especial claim to be heard with attention.” Illustrated. 12/6 Hutchinson's Quarterly Record of the War SIR RONALD STQRRS* THE SECOND QUARTER Times Literary Supplement: "A thorough, lucid and well-balanced survey, remarkable equally for clear analysis and vivid narrative.” Evening Standard: "Covers the political, military and economic aspects of the war since December.” Illustrated. 8/6 IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL SUBSCRIBERS TO HUTCHINSON’S PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE WAR In order to be certain of obtaining your copy each week of Hutchinson's Pictorial History o f the War it is most important to place a regular order with your Bookseller or Newsagent. If you have to leave your neighbourhood and experience any difficulty in obtaining your copy we shall be pleased to assist you by supplying the names of the Booksellers and Newsagents in the district.
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