Germany, Twilight or New Dawn?

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Germany, Twilight or New Dawn?

By Anonymous
McGraw, 1933
226 pp. $2.00

This is a good book on the Nazi Revolution and the course of events since the beginning of the year. The writer, an anonymous German, condemns the excesses of Hitler and has no sympathy for the Jew-baiting. He points out, quite justly, that the policy of the extremists has outraged many Germans in Germany. At the same time he tries to see things in the larger perspective and to say something of the striving of the German people for unity, equality and economic salvation.

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