Germany Rampant

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Germany Rampant

By Ernest Hambloch
Carrick and Evans, 1939
297 pp. $2.50

A former British consular official and Times correspondent finds that Hitler's doctrines and behavior conform to the inherent necessities of the German spirit as revealed by history. He holds that the German people are instinctively attracted by dreams of world conquest and that they prefer a government based on the "leadership principle."

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