New York: Farrar & Rinehart, . First American Edition. 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. 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.