Battle Against Time

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Battle Against Time

By Heinrich Hauser
Scribner, 1939
386 pp. $3.00

A sombre picture of the Germany of 1939 in its economic, social and psychological aspects, carefully drawn by a German (Aryan) novelist, who returned to his native country from a self-imposed exile for several months last year. Mr. Hauser is best when reporting, less convincing when hoping for a return of justice and liberty to Germany.

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