The British Public and Germany

Martin, Kingsley
February 1945
New Republic;2/5/1945, Vol. 112 Issue 6, p170
Focuses on the attitude of British public towards Germany for their involvement in the World War II. Discussion on the disinclination of British to hate; Reaction of the British to the bombing of civilian populations in London, Great Britain and other cities; Attitude of the modern British working class towards the Germans who obeyed the evil commands of Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler; Characteristics of the war fought by Germany in the Western countries and the Eastern countries; Impact of the mass persecution of Jews in Germany in the minds of young Germans.


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