Last train from Berlin

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A.A. Knopf, 1942 - History - 357 pages
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Account of economic and psychological conditions in Germany before the World War, and of several months of the war that the author experienced inside the Reich.

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Ironic how much America's current Tea Baggers resemble the Nazis. The plutocracy underlying Hitler's rise to power is uncannily echoed as the very wealthiest are more than willing to destroy their country for more profit. Read full review

Contents

Intimate History of an Attitude
3
Myths Progress
41
Dr Dietrich Goes to Town
77
Copyright

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