Germany Puts The Clock Back
Pulitzer Prize-winning American journalist Edgar Ansel Mowrer is remembered for his writings about international events. In addition to reporting about Germany for the Chicago Daily News, Mowrer wrote this best-selling book which, when first published in 1933, angered Nazi officials to the point where German officials asked him to leave. A Nazi official, assigned to make sure Mowrer actually left Berlin, approached him as he was boarding the train and asked when he was coming back to Germany; Mowrer answered: "Why, when I can come back with about two million of my countrymen." Three pages of Penguin publications listed at rear.
- Publisher: Penguin Books Limited
- Edition: Reprint of revised edition
- Date Published: August 1938
- Place Published: Harmondsworth, Middlesex
- ISBN: n/a
- Condition: Very good
- Signed: No
- Dust Jacket: No
- Jacket Condition: n/a
v, , 282,  p. 18 cm. Paperback in dustjacket. Inscription on half title. Paper browned. Small tear at top front.