A Thousand Years of German Aggression
A 1943 history of German brutality and militarism
First edition, hardback in dustwrapper. 21.5 × 14cm, 116pp + 5 folding maps in pocket to rear.
From the dustwrapper: "This book shows in the light of historical documents how the German idea of aggression and the opposition of other nations has found application all down the ages since the dawn of history. Whether clothed in the vestments of the Universal Roman Empire, or concealed beneath the missionary cloak of the Knights of the Cross, or sublimated in the Prussian militarism of Frederick II and Bismarck, or dressed up in the Nazi terminology of Herrenvolk and Lebensraum, the idea has always had the same content. Always the methods of struggle have been the same: the same brutality, the same ruthlessness and lack of respect for right and truth. The pages of this book reveal the true German features and provide a valuable lesson and warning for the future."
The book itself is in good plus condition, and all maps are present in the pocket at the rear. the dustwrapper is heavily foxed and stained to the rear panel but has not been price-clipped.
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