Pamphlet containing a reprint of WSC's article published by the Trustees for Freedom and stamped "Banned in Germany". The article is reprinted from WSC's article for the Nov 1935 Strand Magazine and includes the text of his article. The subjects and opinions in the article include: speculation whether Adolf Hitler will be judged to be "a monster or a hero"; Germanys return to power after World War I and the "lethargy and folly" of British and French governments; criticism of disarmament; Germanys increased production and aviation capabilities; WSCs warnings of the danger posed by Germany; Hitlers rise to power and use of the unemployed to get Germany ready for war; Hitlers hatred and persecution of the French and the Jews and his "ferocious doctrines...enforced with brutal vigour by the Government and by the population" against socialists, communists, Christians; the "horrible bloodbath" of the murder of hundreds of political opponents by the Nazi government on 30 June 1935 [the Night of the Long Knives or RÃ¶hm-Putsch]. WSC concludes by asking whether "by such powers the world may regain the joy, the peace and glory of mankind? The answer, if answer there be, other than the most appalling negative, is contained in that mystery called HITLER."