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Paul Schmidt • 8 Items / 3 Books, 3 Articles, 1 Review, 1 Poem
Hitler's Interpreter (1951)
The Secret History of German Diplomacy, 1935-1945
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    Modern European History (Review)
    Hitler's Interpreter, by Paul Schmidt and R.H.C. Steed
    1. Hitler's Interpreter by Paul Schmidt and R.H.C. Steed
    The American Historical Review, January 1952, pp. 442-443
  2. Books in Review
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    The Pure Functionary (Review)
    Hitler's Interpreter, by Paul Schmidt and R.H.C. Steed
    1. Hitler's Interpreter by Paul Schmidt and R.H.C. Steed
    Commentary, April 1952, pp. 396-397
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    Nazi Diplomacy (Review)
    Hitler's Interpreter, by Paul Schmidt and R.H.C. Steed
    1. Hitler's Interpreter by Paul Schmidt and R.H.C. Steed
    The Saturday Review, November 24, 1951, p. 14
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    Books in Brief (5 Reviews)
    The Riddle of Emily Dickinson, by Rebecca Patterson
    1. The Riddle of Emily Dickinson by Rebecca Patterson
    2. Hitler's Interpreter by Paul Schmidt and R.H.C. Steed
    3. Years of Madness: A Reappraisal of the Civil War by William E. Woodward
    4. William Heard Kilpatrick: Trail Blazer in Education by Samuel Tenenbaum
    5. The Peron Era by Robert J. Alexander
    The Nation, December 29, 1951, p. 573
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    Western Europe
    1. German-Soviet Relations Between the Two World Wars, 1919-1939 by Edward Hallett Carr
    2. Europe Between Democracy and Anarchy by Ferdinand A. Hermens
    3. The United States and France by Donald C. McKay
    4. Two Frenchmen by David Thomson
    5. Hitler's Interpreter by Paul Schmidt and R.H.C. Steed
    6. Germany: What Now? by Basil Davidson
    7. Germany and the Future of Europe by Hans J. Morgenthau
    8. The Eastern Zone and Soviet Policy in Germany, 1945-50 by J.P. Nettl
    9. Hostages of Civilisation by Eva G. Reichmann
    10. Eugenio Pacelli: Pope of Peace by Oskar Halecki
    11. The Villa Diana by Alan Moorehead
    Foreign Affairs, January 1952, pp. 335-337
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    New Books (15 Reviews)
    The Last and the Best of the Year
    1. Closing the Ring by Winston S. Churchill
    2. Hitler's Interpreter by Paul Schmidt and R.H.C. Steed
    3. The Struggle for Survival by Eliot Janeway
    4. A Foreign Policy for Americans by Robert A. Taft
    5. General MacArthur and President Truman by Richard H. Rovere and Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., ...
    6. Under Whatever Sky by Irwin Edman
    7. The Modern Novel in America, 1900-1950 by Frederick J. Hoffman
    8. The Farmers Hotel by John O'Hara
    9. Show Biz: From Vaude to Video by Abel Green and Joe Laurie, Jr.
    10. The Hour by Bernard DeVoto
    11. Guests, or How to Survive Hospitality by Russell Lynes
    12. Ross and the New Yorker by Dale Kramer
    13. The New Yorker Twenty-Fifty Anniversary Album, 1925-1950
    14. Life's Picture History of Western Man by The Editors
    15. Strange Lands and Friendly People by William O. Douglas
    The Harpers Monthly, December 1951, pp. 98-105