Barricades in Berlin


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New York: International Publishers, ca. 1932. 12mo. 182 p. 1st American ed. Very good. [17589]


According to the publisher's buurb, "neither the personages nor deeds of this novel have been 'invented.' They have been taken from the actual events in a Berlin working class street during the May Day barricade battles, which marked the turning point in the class struggle in Germany. This, an outstanding novel of international revolutionary literature, throws a penetrating light on the situation in Germany today".

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