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Postwar Germans (1948)
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Published Reviews
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    Catholic International News (Review)
    Postwar Germans, by David Rodnick
    1. Postwar Germans by David Rodnick
    Commonweal, September 17, 1948, p. 552
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    Re 1,500 Hessians (Review)
    Postwar Germans, by David Rodnick
    1. Postwar Germans by David Rodnick
    The Saturday Review, March 27, 1948, p. 14
  3. Books in Review
    Nostalgia for Bismarck (2 Reviews)
    German Realities, by Gustav Stolper
    1. German Realities by Gustav Stolper
    2. Postwar Germans by David Rodnick
    The New Republic, April 5, 1948, p. 17
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    Briefly Noted (8 Reviews)
    1. Stravinsky: The Composer and His Works by Eric Walter White
    2. The March of Muscovy by Harold Lamb
    3. Postwar Germans by David Rodnick
    4. Adam's Rib by Ruth Herschberger
    5. Two Years with the Chinese Communists by Claire Band and William Band
    6. Four Months on a Jap Whaler by David R. McCracken
    7. East of Fifth by Alan Dunn
    8. Wild Flower Guide by Edgar T. Wherry
    The New Yorker, March 13, 1948, pp. 110-111
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    Recent Books on International Relations (10 Reviews)
    Western Europe
    1. The Case for de Gaulle by Andre Malraux and James Burnham
    2. Iceland, New World Outpost by Agnes Rothery
    3. Unknown Germany by Hanna Hafkesbrink
    4. The German Opposition to Hitler by Hans Rothfels
    5. Postwar Germans by David Rodnick
    6. Whither Germany? by Hans Zbinden
    7. Joseph Goebbels: The Devil's Advocate by Curt Riess
    8. Austria: From Habsburg to Hitler by Charles A. Gulick
    9. Italy in the Second World War by Pietro Badoglio
    10. The Masquerade in Spain by Charles Foltz, Jr.
    Foreign Affairs, January 1949, pp. 336-338