Against Two Evils

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Against Two Evils

By Hans von Herwarth with S. Frederick Starr
Rawson, Wade, 1981
318 pp. $13.95

A most readable autobiographical account of a German diplomat in Moscow in the 1930s, turned officer during the war. He had sympathy for neither evil-Nazism nor communism-and understood how much the two systems converged. As an anti-Nazi, he drew close to the military resistance against Hitler. A book of adventure rather than analysis, but full of interesting historic details and aperçus.

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