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You Can't Do Business with Hitler
You Can't Do Business with Hitler
By Douglas Miller
Little, Brown, 1941, 229 pp

As Commercial Attaché in the American Embassy at Berlin from 1925 to 1939 Mr. Miller acquired an unusual knowledge of the methods and aims of the Nazi régime. In this hard-hitting little volume he explains in simple language what a Hitler victory holds in store not only for Europe but for the rest of the world, especially the United States. He demonstrates the folly of the Lindbergh thesis that America, as we know it, could survive and "do business" in a Nazi-dominated world.