The Regions of Germany

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The Regions of Germany

By Robert E. Dickinson
Oxford University Press, 1945
175 pp. $3.50

The author seeks to show which regions have enough geographical and historical unity to justify making them into provinces of a new Reich. Though he pretends to eschew political problems, he is inevitably drawn into making political judgments, some of which are of dubious validity.

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