Out of the Night
Good Press, 2021 M08 31 - 752 pages
'Out of the Night' is an autobiography of Jan Valtin. Set against the backdrop of the tumultuous 1920s and 1930s political scene, this remarkable account unveils the hidden truths of the Communist Party. Valtin, a devoted member, exposes the party's betrayal and the sacrifices made by those who fought for "The Cause." This riveting narrative delves deep into the heart of a German worker, intertwining his life, love, and dreams with the rise of Stalin and the emergence of the Nazi party. Prepare to be moved by Valtin's harrowing tale of sacrifice and the cautionary tale it imparts, revealing the perils of allegiance to ideologies beyond individual needs.