BLOOD AND TEARS by Balder Olden

BLOOD AND TEARS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A wholly unnecessary book -- in view of the fact that the subject -- the Jewish picture of the Hitler regime -- has already been presented admirably from writers better qualified than this one to present the plea. Propaganda is no excuse for a book, unless the material is crying for presentation, and unless the advocate gets to first base as a craftsman. On neither score does this book qualify. The one redeeming feature is the occasional passionate note of authenticity.

Pub Date: July 10th, 1934
Publisher: Appleton-Century