The House That Hitler Built

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The House That Hitler Built

By Stephen H. Roberts
Methuen, 1937
380 pp. $12.00

During more than a year (November 1935 to March 1937) the author, professor of Modern History in the University of Sydney, enjoyed unusual facilities to investigate Germany. He now emerges with a report and an interpretation. Though he has sought rigorously to be objective, his own democratic leanings are apparent. The last chapters, on foreign policy, show clearly the choice before the Führer: either he plunges Europe into war, or he loses his position in Germany.

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