Germany at War, Twenty Key Questions and Answers

Germany at War, Twenty Key Questions and Answers

Germany at War, Twenty Key Questions and Answers

Germany at War, Twenty Key Questions and Answers

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This Headline Book attempts to find the answers to twenty key questions about Germany. They are questions which come up in every discussion of the war--in councils of government officials, in meetings of experts and technicians, and in conversations of citizens around the cracker barrel. Not all of the questions can be answered dogmatically. In some cases there is wide difference of opinion among competent observers. This book tries to give an objective picture of Germany as seen by an experienced American correspondent who served in that country during the first year and a half of the war. The opinions expressed are those of the author, who has sought, however, to avoid emotionalism and to preserve balance and realism in reaching his conclusions. Both he and the Foreign Policy Association are grateful for the kind permission of the Christian Science, Monitor to draw on information reported in Mr. Harsch's dispatches to that paper, and of Doubleday, Doran and Company to digest passages from his recent book, Pattern of Conquest.

Frank R. McCoy, President Foreign Policy Association

New York, N. Y. January 5, 1942 . . .

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