Germany: Jekyll and Hyde

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Germany: Jekyll and Hyde

By Sebastian Haffner
Dutton, 1941
318 pp. $2.50

A socio-psychological analysis of the German people under Hitler. The author, a German lawyer, escaped from Germany after working there for six years under Nazi rule.

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