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Kein Dritter Weltkrieg
Kein Dritter Weltkrieg
By Alfred Rosenthal Von Grotthuss
Krause, 1945, 211 pp

Goethe, Nietzsche and Emerson are called upon to provide philosophical underpinnings for the doctrine that world government is a hopeless chimera and that peace can be maintained only if the "white" nations stand together. Russia is, of course, not a "white" country, but if the victors in this war isolate Germany again, she will perforce seek solace in the arms of the Russians. The author has no use for rule by the "masses" and by name attacks Henry Wallace.