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Die Katastrophe
Die Katastrophe
By Edmund Von Glaise-Horstenau
Amalthea, 1928, 525 pp.

The writer, who was formerly director of the Kriegsarchiv in Vienna, has written an admirable account of the collapse of the monarchy and the emergence of the succession states. This book should be read in connection with the memoirs of Masaryk and Beneš, as it puts their activities into a different light.