RATS IN THE LARDER: The Story of Nazi Influence in Denmark by Joachim Joesten

RATS IN THE LARDER: The Story of Nazi Influence in Denmark

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This was published in February 1939, and reported prior to that date. But it is the only book, so far as we know, that gives a revealing and all-too-prophetic picture of the inroads Germany has been making in preparation for what has only now come to fruition. The report as then given:- ""A tragic picture (from the standpoint of civilization) of a progressive small country victimized through its exposed position by the neighboring ogre, Germany. Internally, it is sound, modern, prosperous; its external politics are poisoned and rotten, by the strutting power of Nazi spies, propaganda, interference, terrorism. Safety only in Sweden and Great Britain coming to defense of weak national movements."" (A bit ironic-that-today). A chance for plus business.

Publisher: Putnam