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Douglas Reed (18951976) was a journalist, playwright, novelist, and author of a number of books on political analysis. His book Insanity Fair (1938) was one of the most influential in publicising the state of Europe and the megalomania of Adolf Hitler before the war. According to his obituary in The Times, Reed was a virulent anti-Semite. Biography At the age of 13, Reed began working as an office boy, and at 19 a bank clerk. At the outbreak of the First World War he enlisted in the British Army. Around 1921 he began working as a telephonist and clerk for The Times. At the age of 30, he became a sub-editor. In 1927 he became assistant correspondent in Berlin, he then transferred to Vienna as chief central European correspondent. He went on to report from various European centres including Warsaw, Moscow, Prague, Athens, Sofia, Bucharest, and Budapest.According to Reed, he resigned from his job by expostulant letter in protest of appeasement of Hitler after the Munich Agreement of 1938. Following the Second World War, Reed retired to Durban, South Africa.Richard Thurlow noted that Reed was one of the first antisemitic writers to deny Hitler's persecution of the Jews.
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