The Case for Germany. A Study of Modern Germany

By Arthur Pillans Laurie, M.A.Cantab., D.Sc., LL.D.Edin., F.C.S, F.R.S.E.
With a Preface by Admiral Sir Barry Domvile, K.B.E., C.M.G.

Internationaler Verlag, Berlin, © 1939.
This digitized version © 2004-2023 by The Scriptorium.
With the exception of the graph on page 15 all illustrations were added by The Scriptorium.

To the Reader
Der Führer
The Beleaguered City
National Socialism
The Nazi Rallys at Nuremberg
The Foreign Policy of Germany
England and Germany
March 7th 1936, a Most Important Date
The Real Enemy of Europe
Communism versus National Socialism
The Union of the German People of Austria and the Sudeten Germans
   With the German People of the Reich

      The Sudeten Germans
      Extract from a Czech Schoolbook
Acts of "Aggression" by Germany
The Dance of Death
Our Future Policy Towards Germany
The Hitler Youth Movement
The Winter Help Organization

      Winter Help Collections
      Organization of the Welfare work
National Socialism and the Protestant Church

      The Two Problems
      Sweden's Example
      Steady Rise
      The Monopoly of Raw Materials
The Four Years' Plan
The German Colonies
The Labour Front

      The Labour Law
      The Labour Courts
      Social Honour Courts
      Strength Through Joy
      Marketing regulations
      Establishing a New German Peasantry
Munich and After
Epilogue (added by The Scriptorium)
Appendix: On National Socialism and World Relations.
   Speech Delivered in the German Reichstag
   on January 30th 1937 by Adolf Hitler

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