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Product NameIn The Garden Of Beasts: Love, Terror, And An American Family In Hitler's Berlin
LanguageEnglish
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Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ 030740885X
SKUAB-11087578
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AuthorErik Larson
Page Count448
BindingPaperback
Published04/19/2017
FeaturesBroadway Books
Long DescriptionFirst published in 1940, this survey of the inter-war period not only includes surface aspects of the era - from plays and novels to dance fads and fashions - but also discusses the international influences at work in politics, science, business and religion. Short hair and shorter skirts arrived during the 1920s; "New Education" became a going concern; the British Labour Party became respectable at last; and, as the 1930s wore on, public acknowledgement of the possibility of another world war was feverishly avoided in an ever-increasing whirl of activities.
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