The Conservative Revolution

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The Conservative Revolution

By Hermann Rauschning
Putnam, 1941
280 pp. $2.75

In this volume, more personal in tone and content than Dr. Rauschning's previous works, he explains how he came to be a Nazi in the early days of the movement and what were the steps leading to his disillusionment. He concludes with an exposition of his ideas about the new Germany to rise after this war.

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