What personal life is like where the Nazis rule is the subtitle for this book in which the foreign correspondent of the Chicago Daily News has his say on life in Germany today -- the formulas and their application. Much of the material is familiar in outline, it is the intimate and generous amount of detail of daily living in Germany which makes this book valuable. The bulk of the book deals with the average man and woman, racial discrimination, love and the birth rate, blood and spoils, culture and entertainment, food, the new economy. There is very little on the military or international prospects. Good reading, though much of it has been said.