The Spoil of Europe

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The Spoil of Europe

By Thomas Reveille
Norton, 1941
344 pp. $2.75

This is one of the more important books to appear since the war began. The author's identity is concealed under a pseudonym because he is connected with an agency of the United States Government. He has accumulated a wealth of knowledge on the methods by which the Nazis have tied their conquered territories into the German political and economic system. The total picture is one of ruthlessness and cunning utilized to enslave whole peoples for the purposes of the Nazi war machine, and it shows how Hitler, far from seeing his reserves drained away by his military victories, has made conquest pay.

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