New York: Frederick A. Praeger, 1955.
Hardcover. 8 3/4" X 5 5/8". 249pp. Mild edgewear and dust soiling to dust jacket, with a couple small nicks to edges and spine. Bookseller notations pencilled to rear flap. Black cloth over boards. Spine lettered in red. Mild dust soiling, edgewear, and gentle bumping to corners of binding. Binding is tight and sound. Contents are clean, bright, and unmarked. From front flap: "Subject by subject, it explores German attitudes after World War II, the problems of 'democratization' and Allied occupation, the growth and character of new political alignments, the extent of anti-Semitism today, the attitude of people and leadership toward Germany's role in East-West conflict....the comprehensive book on Germany today, its economic, political and social development--and a work which gives profound insight into what we may next expect from Germany." Alfred Grosser was a member of the French Underground during WWII. Very good + / very good. Item #1381