Dictatorship and Political Police: The Technology of Control by Fear, Ernst Kohn-Bramstedt
Am Beispiel Oesterreichs, Joseph Buttinger Reviewed by Franz L. Neumann
Approaches to the Study of Political Power, Franz L. Neumann
The Law of the Soviet State, John N. Hazard, Andrei Y. Vyshinsky and Hugh W. Babb Reviewed by Franz L. Neumann
The Weimar Republic: Overture to the Third Reich, Godfrey Scheele ; Germany: From Defeat to Conquest, 1913-1933, W. M. Knight-Patterson and Lord Vansittart ; Die Weimarer Republik, Ferdinand Friedensburg ; The Origins of Modern Germany, Geoffrey Barraclough ; The Course of German History: A Survey of the Development of Germany since 1815, J. P. Taylor Reviewed by Franz L. Neumann
The Myth of the State, Ernst Cassirer Reviewed by Franz L. Neumannmore by this author
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