Europe and the German Question

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Europe and the German Question

By F. W. Foerster
Sheed, 1940
474 pp. $3.50

The basic thesis of this book by a great German liberal is that Germany's rôle in history should have been to unite Europe in a Christian federation but that the rise of Prussianism caused her to take the fatally wrong road to national aggrandizement. Dr. Foerster therefore believes that Germany must be defeated and humiliated before she can regain her true place in Europe.

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