Are these books worth buying? They tend to be expensive and/or hard to buy.

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George L Gregory
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Are these books worth buying? They tend to be expensive and/or hard to buy.

Post by George L Gregory » 01 May 2021 22:38

I created a note on my phone a little while ago which contains some books I stumbled across on Amazon, eBay, AbeBooks, etc. A few that I want to buy are:

Gotz Aly - The Nazi Census: Identification and Control in the Third Reich
Ulrich Herbert - A History of Foreign Labor in Germany, 1880-1980: Seasonal Workers/forced Labourers/guest Workers
George L. Mosse - The Crisis of German Ideology: Intellectual Origins of the Third Reich
Gerd Schultze-Rhonhof - The War which had many Fathers

Has anyone read any of those books? If so, was it worth your time and effort?

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Re: Are these books worth buying? They tend to be expensive and/or hard to buy.

Post by J. Duncan » 02 May 2021 17:57

I like all of George Mosse’s books. His books are very interesting and quite objective. Most titles from his canon are not too expensive.

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