[sixties-l] Re: Germany in the sixties

From: Ted Asregadoo (asregadoo@home.com)
Date: Thu May 25 2000 - 00:42:50 CUT

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    I find it odd that publishers (are these American publishers?) aren't
    interested in translating a book on Germany during the 60's. The German
    Historical Institute and Cambridge University Press published _1968 The
    World Transformed_ in 1998, and that covered a good chunk of the world
    (Germany included). I'm only one person, but I would be interested in
    reading the book you wrote. That's my 2 cents anyway.

    Ted Asregadoo

    GKlotz33@aol.com wrote:
    > I wonder if there is also interest in what happened in the sixties in other
    > countries. I think specifically of Germany, since I have written a book,
    > only in German, about that (Rudi Dutschke). Of course, I would love to have
    > my book translated into English, but have been told there is no interest.
    > Possibly that is a correct assessment. What do you think?
    > Gretchen Dutschke

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