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Dublin Nazi No. 1: The Life of Adolph Mahr

by Gerry Mullins

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A well-written and researched book. It is interesting to see the extent by which Germans occupied several prominent positions in post-WW2 Ireland due to the reluctance to recruit British industrialists/engineers/scientists etc. Mahr sticks out as someone who wasn't allowed back to Ireland for political reasons. His family enjoyed their time in Ireland and the life of Germans in the years after the fall of Hitler, with the alleged collaboration between the allies to starve and pauperize Germany, is well worth highlighting and worthy of further research. ( )
  thegeneral | Dec 16, 2009 |
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