London: Coldharbour Press, 1948.
First Edition. Hardcover. Very good in a good dust jacket. 328 pp. Corners bumped, sticker telling you to "Order from The Thunderbolt, Inc." of Savannah, Georgia placed over publication information on title page. Otherwise clean and sound, in the original dust jacket, which has a chip missing from the rear panel. Newton was an English missionary who lived in Palestine for more than four decades. She took an unequivocal anti-Zionist position and devoted both her labors and her (considerable) financial resources in support of Arab nationalism. This memoir was published in year the British mandate was terminated. "The creation of the state of Israel and the collapse of the Arab cause in Palestine caused her great distress, but she kept open house for Arab nationalists in London and continued to use her personal wealth in supporting relief services for Palestinian refugees" (ODNB).