They Shall Not Perish

Welsh author John Williams Hughes writes in "They Shall Not Perish" about his observations in America and post-WWI Europe, contrasting the spirit of American democracy with the "Lost Generation" spirit that prevailed in Europe following the Great War, including his experiences during the Spanish Civil War. He explores the rise of fascism in Europe and describes what he sees as the greatest threats to democracy in the U.S. and Europe. Signed by Hughes on front endpaper. Newspaper clipping on rear endpaper, spine a bit faded. Some general wear and soil. 5"x7.5"


  • They Shall Not Perish
  •  John Williams Hughes
  • North River Press, 1942