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What to Do with Germany

What to Do with Germany

By Colonel T. H. Minshall

Norton (London: Allen and Unwin), 1941, 240 pp.

This is definitely one of the saner, more balanced and therefore more effective books on the German problem. Colonel Minshall knows the German people well, and his analysis of their virtues and vices and his suggestions as to what must be done to exploit the former in order to overcome the latter are worthy of deliberation.