The Third Reich

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The Third Reich

By Henri Lichtenberger
Greystone Press, 1937
392 pp. $3.00

The original French edition of this book has already been favorably commented on in these pages. In this American version there are additional sections by the author, as well as notes, appendices and a bibliography supplied by the editor and translator, Koppel S. Pinson. Professor Lichtenberger, of the University of Paris, has succeeded better than almost anyone else in explaining Nazi Germany in a way that inspires confidence in the author's credibility and impartiality. After sketching the rise and consolidation of Nazi power, he examines its foreign, social, racial, religious and economic policies.

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