Brandt, Willy (translated by Joel Carmichael) A Peace Policy for Europe
New York Holt Rinehart & Winston 1969 First American Edition Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good- dust jacket
225 pp. Grey cloth boards with gold lettering. Very minor wear at corners. DJ shows a little edgewear and chipping at spine & flap ends, with 1/2" tear at bottom of front flap. A bright attractive copy.
"No one is more aware of the crucial conflict between East and West than the man whose country strategically borders these two forces. In A Peace Policy for Europe, Germany's vigorous and seasoned Foreign Minister, Willy Brandt, outlines the facts involved in the confrontation and the vital contribution to peace that Germany can make in the coming decade. Brandt's powerful, persuasive argument is based on the fact that Germany, through geography, recent history, and other significant factors, has special qualifications for building bridges between East and West. He sees the reunification of Germany as only part of the "reunification of Europe," at which time Europe will be able to join fully with the United States and Russia, and eventually with China, in solving the social and economic dilemmas facing the world today."; 7¾" - 9¾" Tall