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|Author||H. G. Wells|
Crux Ansata, subtitled 'An Indictment of the Roman Catholic Church' by H. G. Wells is a (96 page) wartime book first published in 1943 by Penguin Books, Hammonsworth (Great Britain): Penguin Special No. 129. The U. S. edition was copyrighted and published in 1944 by Agora Publishing Company, New York, with a portrait frontispiece and an appendix of an interview with Wells recorded by John Rowland. The U.S. edition of 144 pages went into a third printing in August 1946.
H. G. Wells, living in London under the regular bombings from across the English Channel, extensively attacks Pope Pius XII and Roman Catholicism, beginning his polemic with "Why do we not bomb Rome?"
The book also forms a basic history of the Roman Catholic church and fulfils a positive propaganda role.
- H. G. Wells a comprehensive bibliography. Great Britain: H. G. Wells Society. 1972. p. 44. ISBN 0-902291-65-3.
- Wells, H. G. Crux Ansata, an indictment of the Roman Catholic Church. New York: Agora Publishing. p. 140.
- Wells, H. G. (1946). Crux Ansata, an indictment of the Roman Catholic Church. New York: Agora Publishing. pp. ii–iv.
- "Crux Ansata". gutenberg.net.au.
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