The Inter-Regnum in Germany: March-August 1945
Bismarck and the Development of Germany: The Period of Unification, 1815-1871, Otto Pflanze Reviewed by Leonard Krieger
A Study in Austrian Intellectual History: From Late Baroque to Romanticism, Robert A. Kann Reviewed by Leonard Krieger
The Uses of Marx for History, Leonard Krieger
The Intellectuals and European Society, Leonard Krieger
Germany's Contribution to European Economic Life: Le Role de l'Allemagne dans l'Economie Europeenne, R. G. Hawtrey, Percy W. Bidwell, Tadeusz Lychowski and J. Van Helmont ; Controle de l'Allemagne: Control of Germany, William Diebold, Louis F. Aubert and Michael Zvegintzov ; Education in Occupied Germany: L'Education de l'Allemagne Occupee, Helen Liddell, Edmond Vermeil and Bogdan Suchodolski ; Les Eglises en Allemagne: The Churches in Germany, Edmond Vermeil, K. J. Hahn and Gabriel Le Bras Reviewed by Leonard Kriegermore by this author
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