The Tragedy of a Nation: Germany 1918-1934

Loewenstein, Prince Hubertus

Published by New York: Macmillan Company, 1934, 1934
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373 p. A then-young author attempts to describe the "true" Germany and the Germansí "childlike" love of fairy tales, legends, myths, symbols and songs, and "bright images and dreams," as a background to understanding Germany as it was after the revolution of 1918 and as it is, and may be, after the overthrow by the National Socialist Party (Nazis) in 1933. Foreword by Wickham Steed. Octavo (7 ½" x 5"), black cloth cover, very good; no dust jacket; interior is crisp and clean except for very discreet library marks (perforated stamp and stamped "withdrawn" stamp on back of title page; library stamp on last page of text; strip of paper on last free endpaper where a check-out slip used to be; call number on book spine has been painted out with black paint and is barely distinguishable. Bookseller Inventory # 848-BL9/0

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Title: The Tragedy of a Nation: Germany 1918-1934

Publisher: New York: Macmillan Company, 1934

Publication Date: 1934

Binding: Hardcover

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