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Two Important Influences

  • Michael Balfour
  • Julian Frisby

Abstract

There then arose the question of a profession. For, much as Helmuth loved the country, he did not want to spend his life as a farmer. The army, in which so many of his family had served, would have had no appeal to him even if the Versailles limitation on its size had not made entry difficult. He therefore decided on the legal course which in Germany, as in so many other countries except Britain, was and indeed is the standard training for those wanting to enter public life; in Helmuth’s case the goal was definitely politics.

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Drastic Method Weimar Republic Religious Socialism Characteristic Phrase Ultimate Reserve 
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Notes

  1. 2.
    V. Sheean, Dorothy and Red (1964), p. 4.Google Scholar
  2. 4.
    E. Rosenstock and C. D. von Trotha, Das Arbeitslager (1931), p. 28.Google Scholar

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© Michael Balfour and Julian Frisby 1972

Authors and Affiliations

  • Michael Balfour
    • 1
  • Julian Frisby
  1. 1.University of East AngliaUK

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