Pattern of Conquest

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Pattern of Conquest

By Joseph C. Harsch
Doubleday, 1941
309 pp. $2.50

Mr. Harsch spent the first year and a half of the war in Germany as the Berlin correspondent of the Christian Science Monitor. In this useful and honest book he summarizes the major lessons which that experience taught him. He believes that Hitler can be defeated -- but only by fighting, and not by wishful thinking about an internal crack-up of the Nazi régime. He makes a more convincing presentation of the case than is found in other more spectacular volumes.

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