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German versus Hun

By: Carl Brinitzer and Berthe Grossbard (432.1/36050)
Publisher: George Allen & Unwin Ltd From the John Laffin Library

Little Hitlers rose and fell. For two thousand years the Nazi spots on the German leopard have not changed. But sometimes Germans have themselves turned away in horror from the cruelty of their own people, and, analysing themselves and their fellow-countrymen, have produced the most slashing indictment of Nazism. Nothing Englishmen have said about England will compare with what Germans have said about Germans.

What, then, do Germans think of Germany? The fact emerges that they are the bitterest critics of their country.

This paradox is one of the mysteries of the German mind that narrow, limited organ which is subject to such violence and hysteria, and it has been so for centuries.

Here is a book which consists of extracts from the writings of prominent Germans of all periods and creeds including Nazis and reveals the unchanging vein of violence and hysteria that runs perpetually through the national character.

March 2009


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