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The Danube flows through fascism; nine hundred miles in a fold-boat

Author: William Van Til
Publisher: New York, C. Scribner's sons; London, C. Scribner's Sons, Ltd., 1938.
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Van Til, William.
Danube flows through fascism.
New York, C. Scribner's Sons; London, C. Scribner's Sons, 1938
(OCoLC)600145339
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Van Til
OCLC Number: 1828650
Description: xiii, 301 pages frontispiece, illustrations (maps) plates, portraits 23 cm
Contents: Germany. Railroads and rivers --
Who's got the source? --
Waddle, duck --
Mirages --
Rainy blues --
The burghers of Ratisbon --
And all is quaint --
Thoreau was right --
Studies in the Nordic mind --
Little guy --
Listen, Mr. Hitler --
Austria. Border rituals --
The government nobody loves --
Yoohoo, history --
In the fascist night --
Rome was an empire --
Czechoslovakia looks nervous --
No man's land. Grim reminders --
How to start a war along the Danube --
Hungary. Sweet land of aristocracy --
Magyar people --
Her majesty, Budapest --
Hotel abandoned --
Peasants --
Beauty and the dwarf --
Jugoslavia. Danube plagues and blessings --
Back where he came from --
The duck folds up --
Of time and the Danube.
Responsibility: [by] William Van Til.

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