The German Fifth Column in the Second World War
Originally published in English in 1956, this book is divided into 3 parts : the first outlines how, after 1933, those outside Germany began to become increasingly afraid of sinister operations on the part of German agents and the partisans of National Socialism. The second part examines the role of the German Fifth column during the war and the third part analyses the role of the groups which were living outside Germany at the time Hitler started his assault.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Fear Introduction: The Approach of Disaster 1. Panic in Poland 2. Denmark and Norway Surprised 3. The Invasion of the Netherlands 4. The German Offensive in Belgium and France 5. Tension in England 6. The Americas in Alarm 7. 1941 – Germany Attacks Again 8. The Fixed Image Part 2: Reality 9. Poland 10. Denmark and Norway 11. Holland, Belgium, Luxemburg and France 12. England and America 13. Yugoslavia, Greece, the Soviet Union 14. The Military Fifth Column Part 3: Analysis 15. The Imaginary Fifth Column 16. Historical Summary