Germany and a Lightning War

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Germany and a Lightning War

By Fritz Sternberg
Faber, 1938
345 pp. $12.00

A Socialist examines Germany's capacity to wage the short, decisive war -- which, he believes, is the sort of war the Nazis must of necessity desire if they are to keep their internal power intact. His conclusion, the result of careful research and analysis, is that she cannot hope to wage such a war successfully.

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