France on Berlin Time

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France on Berlin Time

By Thomas Kernan
Lippincott, 1941
312 pp. $2.75

Mr. Kernan was chief of the Condé Nast publications in Europe when the Nazis arrived in Paris. After unsuccessfully trying to carry on his business under German domination he left Paris early in 1941. His picture of German-dominated France is particularly good when it shows how, subtly but thoroughly, the Nazis have made of that country an efficient machine for supplying them with labor, capital, food, raw materials and industrial products of all kinds, especially arms and munitions.

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