The Moral Conquest of Germany

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The Moral Conquest of Germany

By Emil Ludwig
Doubleday, 1945
183 pp. $2.00

Mr. Ludwig returns to one of his favorite themes -- his native country. He delves into the psychological roots of the Germans' behavior in order to prescribe a strict regimen by which he believes they can recover their sanity, and thus a place in the world as a free people.

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