New York: Farrar & Rinehart, . First American Edition. First Printing. Small octavo (19.5cm.); publisher's cloth in red and black pictorial price-clipped dust jacket signed in image by "Suba," black topstain; ,166pp. General edge wear to jacket extremities, including small loss at spine crown not approaching text, some minor dust-soil, corners gently bumped, else Very Good or better in Near Very Good jacket.
Originally written in German as Nie Wieder Friede! while the author was exiled in England, this satirical anti-war play is set both on Mount Olympus, where Napoleon and St. Francis argue over whether mankind truly desires peace; and in the imaginary German state of Dunkelstein, whose inhabitants, even mid-peace pageant, are all too ready to be militarized. At the time of publication, No More Peace was in the early stages of production in a number of cities under the sponsorship of the W.P.A.'s Federal Theater Project, the first in Roslyn, Long Island, in June, 1937. BLOOMFIELD & MENDELSON B16.