A timely reminder that Marxist Communists will always seek the destruction of the Christian Church.
Markham, R. H. Communists Crush Churches in Eastern Europe. Boston: Meador Publishing Company, . 
Originally issued as paperback, this copy was bound in cloth by a university library with the original wrappers applied to the front and back covers. 5 1/2 x 8 inches, 143 pp., pencil marks on one page, has standard library matter including a white label on the front cover. Good. Hardcover.
"This booklet is a brief story of the Communist fight against Christianity in Eastern Europe, as told by persons still there and through exiles who have succeeded in making their way to the United States...Catholics and Protestants, clergymen and laymen worked amicably together on the booklet, all trying to show how Marxist Communism is striving to destroy churches of every kind." - Foreword.
Reuben Henry Markham (1887-1949), b. Smith Center, KS; d. Washington, DC. Markham was a missionary & journalist to Eastern Europe. In 1912 he was ordained a Congregational minister and was sent under the auspices of the ABCF to Bulgaria, where he ministered until 1927 until charged by the Soviet-controlled government for his reporting of crimes committed by the same. He was acquitted, and although his ministry was shut down he continued his work of journalism. "In the summer of 1946 he was expelled from Rumania and all Soviet-controlled countries by the Red Army because they objected to his reporting to his newspaper, The Christian Science Monitor." - publisher. Markham died before this little work was published.