Germany, a Companion to German Studies

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U.S.S.R. for the next six months, the West insisting that the first step must be genuinely free elections throughout both Germaiiies.1


BIBLIOGRAPHY TO CHAPTER VI

Bullock, Alan. Hitler -- a Study in Tyranny. Odhams, 1952

Clay, Lucius. Decision in Germany. Doubleday & Co., New York, 1950

Davidson, Basil. Germany -- What now? Frederick Muller, London, 1950

Dulles, A. W. Germany's Underground. Macmillan, New York, 1947

Goebbels Tagebücher, ed. Louis Lochner. Atlantis Verlag, Zurich, 1948 (English translation published by Hamish Hamilton)

Goebbels, the Man next to Hitler. Diary notes by R. Semmler. Westhouse, 1947

Hassell, U. von. Vom andern Deutschland. Atlantis-Verlag, Zurich, 1946

Hitler's Table Talk, 1941-44. Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, 1953

Kogon, E. Der S.S. Staat. Karl Alber, Munich, 1946

†tKordt, Erich. Wahn und Wirklichkeit. Union Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft, Stuttgart, 1947

Kordt, Erich. Nicht aus den Akten. Union Deutsche Verlagsgeselischaft, Stuttgart, 1947

* Meissner, O. Der Schicksalsweg des deutschen Volkes. Hoffmann & Campe Verlag, Hamburg, 1950

Namier, L. B. Diplomatic Prelude. Macmillan, 1948

Namier, L. B. In the Nazi Era. Macmillan, 1952

Nettl, J. P. The Eastern Zone and Soviet Policy in Germany 1945. Oxford University Press, 1950

* Papen, Franz von. Memoirs. André Deutsch, London, 1952

Pechel, R. Deutscher Widerstand. Eugen Rentsch, Zurich, 1947

†Schmidt, Paul. Statist auf diplatnatischer Bühne. Athenäum Verlag, Bonn, 1949

Shirer, W. A Berlin Diary. H. Hamilton, London, 1941

Speeches of Adolf Hitler 1922-39, edited by Norman H. Baynes. Oxford University Press, 1942

Speidel, General Hans. We Defended Normandy. Herbert Jenkins, London, 1951

Stolper, Gustav. Deutsche Wirtschaft 1870-1940. Stuttgart, 1950. (As German Economy, 1870-1940: Issues and Trends. Allen and Unwin, 1940)

Survey of International Affairs: Hitler's Europe, 1941-45. O.U.P., 1954

Trevor-Roper, H. R. The Last Days of Hitler. Macmillan, Second Edition, 1950

Two excellent articles by the Industrial Correspondent of the Times on German Industrial Recovery, published On 22nd and 23rd February, 1952

* Weizsäcker, E. von. Erinnerungen. Paul List Verlag, Munich, 1950

Wheeler-Bennett, J. W. Munich. Macmillan, 1948

Wheeler-Bennett, J. W. The Nemesis of Power. Macmillan, 1953

Wilmot, Chester. The Struggle for Europe. Collins, London, 1952

Wiskeniann, Elizabeth. The Rome-Berlin Axis. O.U.P., 1949

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At the moment of going to press there is a noticeable change in spirit due to the extraordinary prosperity which has to some extent counteracted Nazi tendencies. The Nazis are also now deflected into championing die Vertriebenen.

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