The Carthaginians

October 1944
New Republic;10/2/44, Vol. 111 Issue 14, p415
Comments on the debate within the United States on what to do with Germany for instigating the beginnings of World War II. Dangers of condemning all Germans according to moderates; Need for German citizens to destroy the oppressive Nazi power with a throughgoing revolution.


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