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Louis Nizer • 11 Items / 6 Books, 3 Articles, 2 Reviews
What to Do with Germany (1944)
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Published Reviews
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    The Enemy and His Future (Review)
    What to Do with Germany, by Louis Nizer
    1. What to Do with Germany by Louis Nizer
    The Saturday Review, February 5, 1944, p. 10
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    Russians as Soldiers (3 Reviews)
    What to Do with Germany, by Louis Nizer
    1. What to Do with Germany by Louis Nizer
    2. Germany After Hitler by Paul Hagen
    3. Germany Will Try It Again by Sigrid L. Schultz
    Commonweal, February 11, 1944, pp. 426-427
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    The Future of Germany (3 Reviews)
    Germany After Hitler, by Paul Hagen
    1. Germany After Hitler by Paul Hagen
    2. Germany Will Try It Again by Sigrid L. Schultz
    3. What to Do with Germany by Louis Nizer
    The Nation, February 19, 1944, pp. 226-228
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    The Problem of Germany (4 Reviews)
    What to Do with Germany, by Louis Nizer
    1. What to Do with Germany by Louis Nizer
    2. What Shall We Do with Germany by Bernadotte E. Schmitt
    3. The Next Germany
    4. The Danube Basin and the German Economic Sphere by Antonin Basch
    The New Masses, June 6, 1944, p. 25
  5. Books
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    A Variety of Views About Germany (5 Reviews)
    Der Fuehrer: Hitler's Rise to Power, by Konrad Heiden
    1. Der Fuehrer: Hitler's Rise to Power by Konrad Heiden
    2. Behind the Steel Wall by Arvid Fredborg
    3. Germany Will Try It Again by Sigrid L. Schultz
    4. What to Do with Germany by Louis Nizer
    5. Germany After Hitler by Paul Hagen
    The New Yorker, February 12, 1944, pp. 74-77
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    In Re: Germany (6 Reviews)
    What to Do with Germany, by Louis Nizer
    1. What to Do with Germany by Louis Nizer
    2. Germany Will Try It Again by Sigrid L. Schultz
    3. Germany: To Be or Not to Be? by Gerhart H. Seger and Siegfried K. Marck
    4. Germany After Hitler by Paul Hagen
    5. Bread and Democracy in Germany by Alexander Gerschenkron
    6. Behind the Steel Wall by Arvid Fredborg
    The New Republic, February 28, 1944, pp. 290-293
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    Recent Books on International Relations (26 Reviews)
    Western Europe
    1. The Two Marshals: Bazaine, Petain by Philip Guedalla
    2. Clemenceau by Geoffrey Bruun
    3. The French Right and Nazi Germany, 1933-1939 by Charles A. Micaud
    4. The Road Back to Paris by A.J. Liebling
    5. Behind the Battle of France by Jacques Lorrain
    6. The Germans Came to Paris by Peter de Polnay
    7. Darlan: A Study by George Mikes
    8. The Van Zeeland Experiment by Marcel van Zeeland
    9. The White Brigade by Robert Goffin
    10. The Netherlands by Bartholomeus Landheer
    11. Trumpets Bray by Odette Keun
    12. The Eternal City by Desider Holisher
    13. Bread and Democracy in Germany by Alexander Gerschenkron
    14. Der Fuehrer: Hitler's Rise to Power by Konrad Heiden
    15. Freedom, Forgotten and Remembered by Helmut Kuhn
    16. Hitler's Ten-Year War on the Jews
    17. How Nazi Germany Has Controlled Business by Ludwig Hamburger
    18. Hitler's Second Army by Alfred Vagts
    19. Lessons of My Life by Robert G. Vansittart
    20. Meet Mr. Blank by Countess R.G. Waldeck
    21. The Hidden Enemy by Heinz Pol
    22. How to Treat the Germans by Emil Ludwig
    23. The Great German Conspiracy by H.W. Blood-Ryan
    24. Germany: To Be or Not to Be? by Gerhart H. Seger and Siegfried K. Marck
    25. What to Do with Germany by Louis Nizer
    26. The Next Germany
    Foreign Affairs, April 1944, pp. 496-498