Hitler's Reich

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Hitler's Reich

By Hamilton Fish Armstrong
Macmillan, 1933
73 pp. $1.00

The editor of FOREIGN AFFAIRS describes the psychological roots of Germany's revolt against her post-war lot, tells how republican citadels fell before Hitler, and evaluates weaknesses in the new régime. He also reports on Nazi activities in Danzig and Austria, compares Hitlerism and Fascism, and discusses German arms policy.

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