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La Tristesse De Saint Louis. Jazz under the Nazis. when Jazzmen under Hitler Achieved a Music That Defied the Savagery of War., Zwerin, Mike.
1 Zwerin, Mike. La Tristesse De Saint Louis. Jazz under the Nazis. when Jazzmen under Hitler Achieved a Music That Defied the Savagery of War.
Beech Tree Books, N. Y. 1985 0688065376 / 9780688065379 First U S Edition, stated 
The story of Jazz in World War II Germany. The Nazis banned Jazz and the musicians responded by changing the titles of American songs - "St. Louis Blues" became "La Tristesse de Saint Louis". 196 pages, index. Several closed tears on edge of dust jacket and crease at top spine. Dust jacket is in Very Good Plus condition and book is in Near Fine condition. 
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