A political tract in thinly veiled novel form, showing up the confusion of thought and principle and ideal, as Nazi and...

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DEATH WITHOUT BATTLE

A political tract in thinly veiled novel form, showing up the confusion of thought and principle and ideal, as Nazi and Communist try each to convert the other. Cruelty and insanity and perversions -- prison and concentration camp -- vendettas -- the purge -- the Reichstag fire and trial -- dramatized through the cross sectioning of the lives of certain underdogs in and out of the party. One of the most unpleasantly detailed and sordid accounts of the filth of early Nazi days. Would have more meaning if not handled as fiction.

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Publisher: Dodd, Mead

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937