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Keeling, Ralph Franklin, 1901- / Gruesome harvest
(1947)

Introduction,   pp. [1]-[2] PDF (500.3 KB)


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undernourishment which causes workmen to fall at their posts
of duty. Even the German race itself has been attacked by a
program of mass violation of Germany's unconditionally sur-
rendered motherhood.
In consequence, Germany lies prostrate and her people fam-
ish. After they began to die en masse, it was finally decided
that the importation of some food would be necessary-un-
fortunately barely enough to keep the great masses of people
in the twilight zone between life and death. Their agonies and
despair have been perpetuated at the maximum of human
capacity.
The following pages portray what TIME magazine has aptly
called "history's most terrifying peace", a peace which fully
explains why many Germans are ready to turn to communism,
or worse. For, strangely, our modern age which brought us
the atom bomb has also given birth to nations which at the
expense of their allies are able to derive profit from the pro-
duction of human suffering.


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