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The Deputy by  Rolf HOCHHUTH - Paperback - 1964 - from Ravenwood Gables Bookstore and

The Deputy


Condition: Good

New York: Grove Press; Dell Publishing Co. Inc., 1964. The controversial drama about Pope Pius XII and the Catholic Church during the Nazi persecution of the Jews. Full uncut text complete with the author's sidelights on history. 1977 printing. 352 pages. Cover creased on spine. Bookstore stamp inside back cover. . Mass Market Paperback. Good.


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