Flight to the West: A Play in Seven Scenes
In a Trans-Atlantic Clipper the author assembles a cross-section of the warring elements of Europe and American. Through the characters the script comes to grips with the problems of espionage, appeasement and the persecution of minorities.--Dramatist Play Service.
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