First published in Sweden in 1947, German Autumn, a collection of Stig Dagerman’s articles on Germany immediately after the fall of the Third Reich, was unlike any other reporting at the time. Presented here in its first American edition, Dagerman’s essays on the tragic aftermath of war, suffering, and guilt are as hauntingly relevant today as they were sixty years ago.
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