Inside Germany

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Inside Germany

By Albert C. Grzesinski
Dutton, 1939
374 pp. $3.50

A Social Democratic leader, who became Prussian Minister of the Interior and Police President of Berlin in postwar Germany, reviews the history of the Weimar Republic, the causes for its downfall and the state of Germany under Hitler. A more objective book than one might expect under the circumstances.

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