A Mirror of Nazi Marvels

Strachey, Celia; Werner, John Gustav
July 1934
New Republic;7/4/34, Vol. 79 Issue 1022, p203
Presents several compilation of quotations from the German Nazis. Socialism of the Nazis; Effectiveness of the government measure of the dictator Adolf Hitler; Views of the Germans about the Frenchmen; Demands for the nationalization of all business enterprises; Conception of national socialism; Sterilization of girls with Aryan blood caught with Jewish boys; Total number of trade union leaders arrested; Accusations against the Social Democratic party.


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