Germany After Hitler

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Germany After Hitler

By Paul Hagen
Farrar, 1944
240 pp. $2.00

For some time the author, whose real name is Karl Boromäus Frank, was an underground anti-Nazi leader operating in and out of Hitler's Reich. In the present volume, written in expectation of an Allied victory in Europe, he sets forth what he regards as the necessary conditions under which the democratic element in Germany would have a fair chance to undo the work of Nazism. He is aware of the dreadful obstacles that must be overcome within Germany, and of the necessity for a real, not a "phony," revolution there. He believes that if the occupying Powers will let this revolution take place the democratic-minded Germans can do the job.

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