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INTRODUCTION

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pp. iii-xv

For nearly fifty years, the identity of 'Murray Constantine', pseudonymous author of Swastika Night, has been concealed from public view. Only in the early 1980s, in response to persistent inquiries, did the novel's original publishers acknowledge that 'Murray Constantine' was in fact Katharine Burdekin. Born in Derbyshire in 1896, Burdekin died in 1963 ...

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Pages 5-126

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pp. 5-126

... turned towards the Holy Hitler chapel which in the orientation of this church lay in the western arm of the Swastika, and with the customary loud impressive chords on the organ and a long roll on the sacred drums, the Creed began. Hermann was sitting in the Goebbels chapel in the northern arm, whence he could conveniently watch the handsome boy with the long fair silky hair, who had been singing ...

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Pages 127-195

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pp. 127-195

Hermann's face twisted like that of a man in severe pain, but not out of any unmanly feeling of pity for his youthful victim. " My lord, I am willing," he said in a low voice. " And are you sure you can put up with the examination, the confession, the Knights' Court sentence, the public degradation, and the journey through Germany? " ...