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Arnold Brecht Archives
Arnold Brecht • 16 Items / 6 Books, 3 Articles, 7 Reviews
Prelude to Silence (1944)
The End of the German Republic
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Published Reviews
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    Modern European History (Review)
    Prelude to Silence, by Arnold Brecht
    1. Prelude to Silence by Arnold Brecht
    The American Historical Review, January 1945, pp. 334-335
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    Mail Across the Sea (Review)
    Prelude to Silence, by Arnold Brecht
    1. Prelude to Silence by Arnold Brecht
    Commonweal, July 7, 1944, p. 284
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    Democracy on Paper (Review)
    Prelude to Silence, by Arnold Brecht
    1. Prelude to Silence by Arnold Brecht
    Free World, November 1944, p. 478
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    Reviews (Review)
    Prelude to Silence, by Arnold Brecht
    1. Prelude to Silence by Arnold Brecht
    Political Science Quarterly, December 1944, pp. 615-616
  5. Reviews
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    A Death by Sweet Reason (Review)
    Prelude to Silence, by Arnold Brecht
    1. Prelude to Silence by Arnold Brecht
    The Saturday Review, July 22, 1944, pp. 32-33
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    Death and Transfiguration (2 Reviews)
    Prelude to Silence, by Arnold Brecht
    1. Prelude to Silence by Arnold Brecht
    2. Germany: The Last Phase by Gunnar T. Pihl
    The New Republic, July 10, 1944, pp. 50-51
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    Briefly Noted (6 Reviews)
    General
    1. Against Oblivion by Sheila Birkenhead
    2. Tailor's Progress by Benjamin Stolberg
    3. I See a New China by George Hogg
    4. Prelude to Silence by Arnold Brecht
    5. We Jumped to Fight by Edson D. Raff
    6. Democracy Reborn by Henry A. Wallace
    The New Yorker, June 24, 1944, pp. 70-74
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    Recent Books on International Relations (30 Reviews)
    Western Europe
    1. The Gravediggers of France by Andre Geraud
    2. Giraud and the African Scene by G. Ward Price
    3. France Reviews Its Revolutionary Origins by Paul Farmer
    4. Gallic Charter by J.C. Fernand-Laurent
    5. Leon Blum Before His Judges by Leon Blum
    6. Norway Is My Country by Synnove Christensen
    7. The Voice of Norway by Halvdan Koht and Sigmund Skard
    8. Nobel-Prize Donor by Michael Evlanoff
    9. Germany and Europe: A Spiritual Dissension by Benedetto Croce
    10. Via Diplomatic Pouch by Douglas Phillips Miller
    11. Germany: The Last Phase by Gunnar T. Pihl
    12. Stepping Stones to Peace by Felix Langer
    13. Not Nazis But Germans by Dimitri J. Tosevic
    14. Need Germany Survive? by Julius Braunthal
    15. East Prussia by Robert Machray
    16. Prelude to Silence by Arnold Brecht
    17. Hitler's Generals by W.E. Hart
    18. German Radio Propaganda by Ernst Kris and Hans Speier
    19. Hitler's Words by Gordon W. Prange and Adolf Hitler
    20. The German Army by Herbert Rosinski
    21. The Nazi Economic System: Germany's Mobilization for War by Otto Nathan and Milton Fried
    22. Women in Nazi Germany by Katherine Thomas
    23. Christian Counter-Attack by Hugh Martin, Douglas Newton, and Herbert Montague Waddams, ...
    24. The Germans and the Jews by F.R. Bienenfeld
    25. The Case of the German Jews vs. Germany by Hugo Marx
    26. The Development of Modern Italy by Cecil J.S. Sprigge
    27. One Man Alone by Maxwell H.H. Macartney
    28. Towards the New Italy by T.L. Gardini
    29. Behind the Spanish Mask by Lawrence Dundas
    30. Our Oldest Ally by Harry J. Greenwall
    Foreign Affairs, October 1944, pp. 154-156