Those who admire P. G. Wodehouse, which should be about everyone, may be interested in an article I recently published in Plum Lines: The Quarterly Journal of The Wodehouse Society, Summer 2016.
Wodehouse’s books were published by the Tauchnitz Verlag, which had a long history of issuing English editions of British and American authors for Continental readers. They published many of Wodehouse’s novels, including some that included brief, but critical mentions of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis.
It turns out that Tauchnitz simply cut awkward passages. The article looks at what disappeared in the editions published in Germany. If you are interested and aren’t a member of The Wodehouse Society, drop me a note and I can provide a copy.