E u r o p e s p e a k s  -  1945
Inhaltsverzeichnis zur ONLINE-Edition
Europe speaks, [Heft 50]
Freedom - Letter to the German Wehrmacht
Who is to blame for the War?
Europe speaks, [Heft 51]
20th July, 1944
Secret Radio Sets
From Southern Germany we got the following report:
Europe speaks, [Heft 52]
Problems of the Rebirth of Italy
The Fight for Liberation
The Future Democratic Structure of the State
Economic and Social Reconstruction
Whence Came the German Reserves?
Europe speaks, [Heft 53]
France and Germany
"What do the German People think?
[Internationalisation of the Sources of Row Material]
Europe speaks, [Heft 54]
Europe speaks, [Heft 55]
Europe speaks, [Heft 56]
The Paris Conference on European Federation
Reports and Discussions
Europe speaks, [Heft 57]
Open Letter to Camille Huysmans
Europe speaks, [Heft 58]
The End of Fascism?
The Spanish Emigration
Europe speaks, [Heft 59]
Report on the Activities of the People's Front Committee in the former Concentration Camp Buchenwald
Constitution and Programme.
The Principles of our Policy.
Reconstruction of a New Administration
The Future of Germany
Economic and Social Questions
Discussions on Current Events
The End and the Beginning
Concentration Camp "Buchenwald"
14 % Dead
Air Raid on Buchenwald
[Letter of the S.S. Economic Board to all Concentration Camps]
Bergen-Belsen six Weeks after the Collapse
Experiences of a Belsen-prisoner while doing her slave Labour
Europe speaks, [Heft 60]
[Personal Experiences during nine years of Imprisonment in the Concentration Camp Buchenwald]
[Letter of former Russian Political Prisoners in the Concentration Camp of Buchenwald and the answer]
[Impressions of a Traveller from Western Europe on his Journey through Territory occupied by Russia, Poland and Czechoslovakia]
Europe speaks, [Heft 61]
Hitler and the Ruhr Industrialists. A retrospect by ERNST POENSGEN
The International Pig Iron Association (Rohstahlgemeinschaft)
Kirdorf and Thyssen
After Coming to Power
The Ruhr Industrialists and the War
The Foundation of the Hermann Goering Works (HGW)
Europe speaks, [Heft 62]
Berlin Socialdemocrats discuss the Past and the Future
Where do we stand?
Two Grave Mistakes
The Drama of 1933
The War of Conquest
The Guilt of the Working Class
Liberation and Democracy
The Position of our Organisations
The Potsdam Decisions
The Living Standard in Germany
Prisoners of War
Free Trade Unions
The Middle Class Intelligentsia
Help is needed
The Unity of the Working Class.
Europe speaks, [Heft 63]
Governmental Pronouncement by the new Bavarian Premier. Speech by Dr. Wilhelm Hoegner, Munich
[A Letter published in the "British Zone Rewiew"]