German Exile Literature
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Vol. XXXI, No. 17 (February 16, 1940). The contributors note in this issue states that Albert Brandt "is the Pen Name of Dr. A. Brandt Aberbanel, recently a lecturer in the social sciences at Hunter College, New York City, a contributor to current periodicals and a co-author of 'An Assault..... 
Illus. by Walter Goetz. New York: Greystone Press, (1939). xx, 324 p. 1st ed. Deutsches Exilarchiv 985. Sternfeld & Tiedemann p. 97. "A sketchy book trying to give a rough explanation of Europe, its politics, and its state of mind, for the benefit mainly of Anglo-Saxons, politicians, and other folks..... 
In "Free World: A Monthly Magazine Devoted to Democracy and World Affairs" Vol. III, No. 1 (June, 1942). Also contains "Power in International Government" by Egon Ranshofen-Wertheimer, "Defender of Free French Africa" by Fritz Kaufmann and "Appeal to the Living" by Carl Zuckmayer. Other contributions include "The Price of Free..... 
In "Free World: A Monthly Magazine Devoted to Democracy and World Affairs" Vol. VI, No. 2 (August, 1943). Also includes "The Frontiers of the Future" by Hans Ernest Fried, "America Tomorrow" by Henry A. Wallace, "Questions without Answers" by Janet Flanner, "Death of the Dictator" by Don Gordon, etc.