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Masses and man : a fragment of the social revolution of the twentieth century / by Ernst Toller ; translated from the German by Vera Mendel
Bib ID 2066699
Format BookBook
Author
Toller, Ernst, 1893-1939
 
Uniform Title Masse-Mensch. English
Edition 3rd ed. 
Description London : Nonesuch Press, 1926 
x, 57 p. ; ill. ; 20 cm. 
Notes

"This play was first put on paper in October, 1919, the first year of the German revolution, in the prison-fortress of Niederschoenenfeld"--p. x.

Other authors/contributors Mendel, Vera

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