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Book Review: Finsternis in Deutschland. Was die Deutschen dachten. Interviews einer Engländerin, 1934-1938 [Darkness over Germany: what the Germans thought: interviews of an English woman, 1934-1938] by Ernestine Amy Buller

By Till Florian Tömmel

Abstract

Finsternis in Deutschland is the first German translation of Darkness over Germany, Ernestine Amy Buller’s account of interviews undertaken in Germany between 1934-38. Originally published in 1943, this book not only contributes to historical research through a number of key insights, but is also a prescient read driven by a deeply humanitarian message, writes Till Florian Tömmel. \ud \ud Finsternis in Deutschland. Was die Deutschen dachten. Interviews einer Engländerin 1934-1938. Ernestine Amy Buller. Edited by Kurt Barling. Elisabeth Sandmann Verlag. 2016. [Darkness over Germany: What the Germans Thought: Interviews of an English Woman, 1934-1938. Originally published as: Darkness over Germany. Longmans, Green and Co. 1943.

Topics: DD Germany
Publisher: London School of Economics and Political Science
Year: 2016
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.lse.ac.uk:67401
Provided by: LSE Research Online

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