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The Superior Race of Germans




Henrik Ibsen, A Doll's House

Read more:  Henry Morgenthau, The German Character

2 Comments

  1. Charlemagne

    The author presents a very one sided view of history.Germany was not the only actor on the world stage,nor was the actions of its statesmen solely responsible for the events that occured.Britain,France and a host of other smaller countries also contributed to what occurred.Nationalism was not unique to Germany.”Naked German Aggression” and territorial ambition were not the only factors that led to the two world wars.

  2. Morgenthau doesn’t say that Germany was “the only actor” or “solely responsible”. Beyond even the fact that Germany was indeed the cause and the main responsible of the wars, he just tries to understand this period in the history of Germany by examining the previous history and culture of the German people.