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Paperback The Hitler Virus: The Insidious Legacy of Adolf Hitler Book

ISBN: 1559706163

ISBN13: 9781559706162

The Hitler Virus: The Insidious Legacy of Adolf Hitler

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In spring 1945, as the Russians moved on Berlin and it became clear the Nazi cause was lost, Adolf Hitler assured his most trusted henchmen that even if he were to die, the seed of National Socialism will grow again one day in] ... a radiant rebirth. Several times after the war, the distinguished author Peter Wyden, himself a victim of the Nazis, returned to Germany to discover, to his dismay, that Hitler's prediction was all too true. In these unsettling...

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The Allies may have won the battle the war continues

... At at time when revisionists are busily trying to rewrite everything from the horrors of the holocaust to the origins of the US Constitution as a Christian based document, it is refreshing to read the work of an author who was in fact born in Germany making him a German Jew. Mr. Wyland experienced first hand the rabid anti-semitism that was rampant in 1937 Germany when his parents fled to the United States. Mr. Wyland started "The Hitler Virus" in the 1970's, but other projects kept him from it's completion. The fact is his widow and editor finished up the final touches on the book after Mr. Wyland's death in 1998. The book does at times meander but I suspect that is due to the fact the author didn't have the chance to polish up his manuscript before his death. If you want to understand many of the current political undertows sweeping the globe today, the Hitler Virus will give you insight into the insidious nature of hate, political extremism, and where with the help of religion horrors such as the holocaust occur. My only complaint is that once again only the Jewish victims of the holocaust are referred to. Once and for all people need to understand there were another six to seven million people killed in camps who were non Jews. They too deserve to be remembered.
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