Facts, documentary evidence of the barbaric tactics used by Hitler and his gang, to be read by those who have a strong stomach for the facts of life in Germany. A horror book, with an authoritative note. The Bishop of Durham, in his introduction writes: ""This book makes painful reading, but, none the less, it ought to be read by everybody who lesires the truth. We find ourselves looking on a woeful spectacle of oppression cold, cunning, complete, covering every fact of social life, closing every door of escape, pursuing the innocent, the helpless, the humble, the educated, even the illustrious members of the persecuted race with a merciless boycott from the eradle to the grave."" Differs from other books on the same subject in being a symposium of documentary evidence, not of personal opinion.