Total Power: A Footnote to History

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Doubleday, 1948 - Geopolitics - 373 pages
Walsh served as consultant at Nuremberg and became acquainted among others with General Haushofer, of whom he writes understandingly. He analyzes some of the revelations of the seized German documents, and in conclusion draws a parallel between the power hunger of the Nazis and that of the Kremlin. -- Description in Foreign Affairs http://www.foreignaffairs.com (Jan. 9, 2013).

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RETRIBUTION
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Haushofer
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Last Will and Testament of German
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Copyright

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