Accredited agents in anti-Nazi movements tell of the ten year opposition inside Germany to Hitler and his government, based...

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THE SILENT WAR

Accredited agents in anti-Nazi movements tell of the ten year opposition inside Germany to Hitler and his government, based on their own knowledge and on conclusions drawn from interpretation of official Nazi reports and methods. There is the story of the inner front, from its early days to the present, with the quarters, organization, outside contacts, frontier secretaries, and the dangerous life of the underground members -- told in detail that has an authentic feel. Today the Nazi propaganda front has permitted admission of the existence of internal troubles, and the authors feel that the situation is ripening for psychological attack, leaflets, statements of war aims as regards the future of the German people -- coupled with bombings, military offensive and unrelenting warfare. Picture of what has been done and what is to be done, with perhaps the best rounded (to date) report on these vital activities, among churches, trade unionism, youth groups, and so on.

Pub Date: Jan. 27, 1942

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Lippincott

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Jan. 1, 1942