There is some of the material Riess gave us in The Germans Go Underground -- and more about plans for cartels, revival of...

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THE PLOT AGAINST THE PEACE

There is some of the material Riess gave us in The Germans Go Underground -- and more about plans for cartels, revival of industry, of financing, the conspiracy of German officers, the growth of the terrorists -- and the German underground activities in this country. There is, too, additional detail on Fan Germanian and the processes employed, -- depopulation of minorities, death factories, etc. And -- in line with the revelations of Under Cover, there's up-to-the-minute data on current activities of peace organizations, ""mothers"" groups, isolationist journalism, and the abortive sedition trials. Good reading, not over-dramatized but challenging. If Winchell gives it a send-off-a sure seller.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1945