Ruheloses Leben

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Ruheloses Leben

By Rudolf Rahn
Diederichs, 1949
298 pp.

Like so many recent German diplomatic reminiscences, these memoirs by Herr Rahn, whose wartime posts included France, Syria, North Africa, Italy and Hungary, were written with little consultation (perhaps unavoidably) of other books, and are preoccupied with the effort to shift responsibility.

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