Flight from Terror

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Flight from Terror

By Otto Strasser and Michael Stern
McBride, 1943
361 pp. $3.00

Strasser, one of the leaders of the Nazi movement in its early days, was forced out of the Party in 1930, primarily because of his "Socialist" leanings. Since then he has organized from abroad the "Black Front" Hitler. In this gruesome book he retells the story of his part in the Nazi Party during the twenties, of his motives in breaking with it, and of his activities in exile. It is clear that Strasser, like some others who have broken with Hitler, objects to the Führer's policies rather than his methods.

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