Library of Forbidden Books

The Library of Forbidden Books publishes texts that totalitarian regimes have censored, prohibited, or labeled as dangerous.

Historical introductions contextualize these reprints or first-time translations, making this series suitable for advanced undergraduate and graduate classes, where a discussion of primary sources is desired.

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  1. The Human Element in the Church of Christ

    Paul Simon

    Wipf and Stock / MAR 2016

    This book was forbidden by the Nazi government, as it outlines a defense against the charges brought forth against Catholicism. It is a piece of Catholic reform theology that articulated a new... read more »
  2. Otto Michael Knab's Fox-Fables

    Bernard M. Knab

    Wipf and Stock / NOV 2017

    In the summer and early fall of 1936, Otto Michael Knab published twenty-one fables in the Deutsche Briefe, a Swiss weekly press service edited by Waldemar Gurian and Knab. Two years... read more »

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