By Ronald Seth

Published by Geoffrey Bles, Hardcover, 1958, 246 Pages

Readable copy which has substantial underlining. Otherwise a good copy with dust jacket. Has owner’s name inside front.

During the Second World War and, more recently, in Eastern Europe the Roman Catholic Church has repeatedly stood for freedom of conscience against the tyrannies of the Nazi and Communist regimes. In For My Name’s Sake Ronald Seth gives us an inspiring account of the part played by the Roman Catholic Church in this long struggle to preserve Christian values. (from dust jacket)