The Rise of the German Republic

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The Rise of the German Republic

By H. G. Daniels
Nisbet, 1927
304 pp. $15.00

Easily the best general account of recent German history available in English. The author, correspondent of the London Times in Berlin since the war, gives an unusually sane and objective account of the revolution, setting forth the policies of the Majority and Minority Socialists, and then traces the various stages in the establishment of the Republic. The chapters dealing with German domestic history during the occupation of the Ruhr are especially enlightening.

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