Albany, England: 1936.
1 page, 10 x 8 inches, London, no date, circa 1936. Written to noted writer Donald Attwater, declining to write an article and explaining why, in part: "...I am sorry that it is impossible for me to undertake the work you mention. I am writing such pamphlets for the Peace Pledge Union...and furthermore...think the maximum publicity can be obtained through the P.P.U. and that there is not much point in directing activities along another channel..." Near fine condition with natural folds and two handwritten corrections by Huxley.
The Peace Pledge Union was one of Great Britain's oldest and most prestigious Pacifist organizations. Huxley, in 1936, wrote one of the most important and influential pamphlets for P.P.U. whereby he addressed the issues of aggressive Fascism and National Socialism.