This is the book that led to Hans Falladaas downfall with the Nazis. The story of a young couple struggling to survive the German economic collapse was a worldwide sensation and was made into an acclaimed Hollywood movie produced by Jews, leading Hitler to ban Falladaas work from being translated. Nonetheless, it remains, as The Times Literary Supplement notes, athe novel of a time in which public and private merged even for those whowanted to stay at home and mind their own business.q *** This is a Hybrid Book. Melville House HybridBooks combine print and digital media into an enhanced reading experience by including with each title additional curated material called Illuminations a maps, photographs, illustrations, and further writing about the author and the book. The Melville House Illuminations are free with the purchase of any title in the HybridBook series, no matter the format. Purchasers of the print version can obtain the Illuminations for a given title simply by scanning the QR code found in the back of each book, or by following the url also given in the back of the print book, then downloading the Illumination in whatever format works best for you. Purchasers of the digital version receive the appropriate Illuminations automatically as part of the ebook edition. From the Trade Paperback edition.This is the book that led to Hans Falladaas downfall with the Nazis.
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|Publisher||:||Melville House - 2011-03-29|