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Sound and Fury in Germany

Alice Hamilton, M.D.

Professor of Industrial Medicine, Harvard Medical School

November 1933


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Hitler
The display of Hitler's photograph in inexpensive prints and postcard form everywhere, recalls the days when such evidence of hero-worship was accorded Kaiser Wilhelm II

Ten weeks in Hitler's Germany made Dr. Hamilton, a cool and dispassionate observer, all but ready to embrace the Statue of Liberty. In Survey Graphic for September, Dr. Hamilton told what she heard and saw among her Jewish friends. Here she reports on labor and the social services. In a later issue, a third article will discuss women and youth.

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