The Death and Life of Germany

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The Death and Life of Germany

By Eugene Davidson
Knopf, 1959
422 pp. $5.75

An extensive and serious account, by the former editor of the Yale University Press, of the revival of a defeated and prostrate Germany in the decade 1945 to 1955; centering chiefly in Western Germany and the American zone of occupation.

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