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Fading light : the tragedy of spiritual decline in Germany / by T.C. Hammond
Bib ID 2684244
Format BookBook
Author
Hammond, T. C. (Thomas Chatterton), 1877-1961
 
Printer (Paulton : Purnell and Sons)
Description London : Marshall, Morgan & Scott, [1942] 
vii, 128 p. ; 20 cm. 
Subjects Christianity -- Germany -- 20th century.  |  Christian civilization.  |  Germany -- Social conditions -- 1933-1945.
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