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Richard M. Brickner • 7 Items / 2 Books, 3 Articles, 2 Reviews
Is Germany Incurable? (1943)
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    What Shall We Do With Germany? (Review)
    Is Germany Incurable?, by Richard M. Brickner
    1. Is Germany Incurable? by Richard M. Brickner
    The Saturday Review, May 29, 1943, p. 10
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    What Shall We Do With Germany? (Review)
    Is Germany Incurable?, by Richard M. Brickner
    1. Is Germany Incurable? by Richard M. Brickner
    The Saturday Review, May 29, 1943, p. 9
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    What Shall We Do With Germany? (Review)
    Is Germany Incurable?, by Richard M. Brickner
    1. Is Germany Incurable? by Richard M. Brickner
    The Saturday Review, May 29, 1943, p. 8
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    What Shall We Do With Germany? (Review)
    Is Germany Incurable?, by Richard M. Brickner
    1. Is Germany Incurable? by Richard M. Brickner
    The Saturday Review, May 29, 1943, p. 7
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    What Shall We Do With Germany? (Review)
    Is Germany Incurable?, by Richard M. Brickner
    1. Is Germany Incurable? by Richard M. Brickner
    The Saturday Review, May 29, 1943, p. 6
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    What Shall We Do With Germany? (Review)
    Is Germany Incurable?, by Richard M. Brickner
    1. Is Germany Incurable? by Richard M. Brickner
    The Saturday Review, May 29, 1943, pp. 4-5
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    Is There a German Disease? (Review)
    Is Germany Incurable?, by Richard M. Brickner
    1. Is Germany Incurable? by Richard M. Brickner
    The New Republic, May 10, 1943, pp. 644-645
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    The Paranoid Reich (Review)
    Is Germany Incurable?, by Richard M. Brickner
    1. Is Germany Incurable? by Richard M. Brickner
    The Nation, June 5, 1943, pp. 812-813
  9. More Books of the Week
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    An Approach to Plenty (2 Reviews)
    Is Germany Incurable?, by Richard M. Brickner
    1. Is Germany Incurable? by Richard M. Brickner
    2. Freedom, Forgotten and Remembered by Helmut Kuhn
    Commonweal, June 25, 1943, p. 254
  10. Books
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    There Are No Nazis (3 Reviews)
    Is Germany Incurable?, by Richard M. Brickner
    1. Is Germany Incurable? by Richard M. Brickner
    2. Capricornia by Xavier Herbert
    3. Citizen Tom Paine by Howard Fast
    The New Yorker, May 1, 1943, pp. 62-65
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    Recent Books on International Relations (22 Reviews)
    Western Europe
    1. Germany in Peril by Erich Meissner
    2. Guilty Germans? by Aubrey Douglas Smith
    3. Is Germany Incurable? by Richard M. Brickner
    4. The Thousand-Year Conspiracy by Paul Winkler
    5. The Blockade of Germany After the Armistice, 1918-1919 by Suda Lorena Bane and Ralph Haswell Lutz
    6. German Strategy of World Conquest by Derwent S. Whittlesey, Charles C. Colby, and Richard S. Hartshorne, ...
    7. The World of General Haushofer by Andreas Dorpalen
    8. Germany's Master Plan by Joseph Borkin and Charles A. Welch
    9. The Nazi State by William Ebenstein
    10. Nazi Conquest Through German Culture by Ralph F. Bischoff
    11. A Combine of Aggression by Karl Otten
    12. Europe Versus America by R.H.M. Worsley
    13. The Eternal Front by Elisabeth Castonier
    14. It's Your Souls We Want by Stewart W. Herman, Jr.
    15. The Silent War by Jon B. Jansen and Stefan Weyl
    16. The Eternal Ger-Maniac: Hitler and His Spiritual Ancestors by Rolf Tell
    17. The Rise and Fall of the House of Ullstein by Hermann Ullstein
    18. Vichy: Two Years of Deception by Leon Marchal
    19. I Worked with Laval by Pierre Tissier
    20. The Enigma of Admiral Darlan by Alec de Montmorency
    21. Life in Unoccupied France by Neville Lytton
    22. Appeasement's Child by Thomas J. Hamilton
    Foreign Affairs, July 1943, pp. 764-765
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    Check List (24 Reviews)
    Men in Motion, by Henry J. Taylor
    1. Men in Motion by Henry J. Taylor
    2. Man in Structure and Function by Fritz Kahn
    3. Cavalcade of the English Novel by Edward Wagenknecht
    4. The Living Thoughts of Clausewitz by Joseph I. Greene and Clausewitz
    5. Japan's Military Masters by Hillis Lory
    6. Masters of Mobile Warfare by Elbridge Colby
    7. Thomas Wolfe's Letters to His Mother Julia Elizabeth Wolfe by John Skally Terry and Thomas Wolfe
    8. Pioneer to the Past by Charles Breasted
    9. Order in the Court by John C. Knox
    10. This Was New York by Frank Monaghan and Marvin Lowenthal
    11. Is Germany Incurable? by Richard M. Brickner
    12. The Mind and Faith of Justice Holmes by Max Lerner and Oliver Wendell Holmes
    13. The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York by John Erskine
    14. Giants Gone: Men Who Made Chicago by Ernest Poole
    15. Conrad and His Contemporaries by Joseph H. Retinger
    16. Hitler: Man of Strife by Ludwig A. Wagner
    17. Baudelaire the Critic by Margaret Gilman
    18. Men Behind the War by Johannes Steel
    19. So Your Husband's Gone to War! by Ethel Gorham
    20. Ascent to Zion by S. Arthur Devan
    21. Canada, Today and Tomorrow by William Henry Chamberlin
    22. Frontier by Air by Alice Rogers Hager
    23. Freely to Pass by Edward W. Beattie, Jr.
    24. Currier and Ives by Harry T. Peters
    The American Mercury, July 1943, pp. 118-120