281 pages, hardcover. The cover is plain black cloth and the title is printed on the spine in sliver. The book identifies the specific social causes that gave rise to the anti-semitism of Nazi Germany.
Narrative: Eva G. Reichmann was a German Jew born in 1897. Her husband was briefly imprisoned in Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp in 1938, after which the couple left for London in 1939. Once there, Reichmann earned a second doctorate degree from London School of Economics in 1945. This book is adapted from her dissertation.