Germany Plots with the Kremlin

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Germany Plots with the Kremlin

By T. H. Tetens
Schuman, 1953
294 pp. $3.75

Mr. Tetens' thesis is that Germany is an altogether untrustworthy partner and may readily move to the Russian side as soon as we have contributed sufficiently to her reconstruction. The argument is based on historical analogy from the German past and a deep mistrust of the Adenauer régime. While the need for wariness on this issue is certainly indicated, Mr. Tetens drives his argument well beyond his evidence.

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