The Order Of The Day By Eric Vuillard

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01202011021/5. Winner of the Prix Goncourt, France’s premier literary award, Éric Vuillard’s novel is a chilling account of the Nazis’ build-up to war in the 1930s. As an election looms in 1933, Germany’s industrial leaders are invited to a meeting with Göring and Hitler. Read by Henry Goodman. Translated by Mark Polizzotti. Abridged by Robin Brooks. Producer: Bruce Young.

1/5. By \u00c9ric Vuillard. The Nazis\u2019 build-up to war in the 1930s. Read by Henry Goodman.

\u00c9ric Vuillard's novel is a chilling account of the Nazis' build-up to war in the 1930s.

02202011032/5. Hitler summons the Austrian Chancellor to discuss a new political treaty.

\u00c9ric Vuillard's novel is a chilling account of the Nazis' build-up to war in the 1930s.

03202011043/5. By \u00c9ric Vuillard. In 1938 , the German army is deployed on the Austrian border.

\u00c9ric Vuillard's novel is a chilling account of the Nazis' build-up to war in the 1930s.

04202011054/5. By \u00c9ric Vuillard. Austrians wait for the arrival of the German army.

\u00c9ric Vuillard's novel is a chilling account of the Nazis' build-up to war in the 1930s.

05202011065/5. By \u00c9ric Vuillard. Crowds cheer Hitler\u2019s arrival in Vienna. Read by Henry Goodman.

\u00c9ric Vuillard's novel is a chilling account of the Nazis' build-up to war in the 1930s.