By Major General J.F.C. Fuller CB. CBE. DSO.

Major General Fuller saw active service in the Boer War and First World War. He was an early exponent of tactics with tanks, and his work was much studied in Germany. He was a keen member of British Union and an ardent advocate of avoiding war in 1939. He explains his views in this booklet.

Some chapter headings are:

Organised Common Sense

The Problems of Britain

Discipline and Faith

Blue Lethargy and Red Violence

A New Movement needed

Artificial Money Scarcity

Sanity Instead of Usury

How Action Will Come

He was prospective parliamentary candidate for British Union in the Westminster, St Georges constituency. He died in 1966.pp.24