Easy-to-use PDF files of old anti-fascist books, each with an introductory description, as well as a general introductory post.
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by Dave Emory. Incisive analyses published before, during and immediately after World War II.
Book written in 1961 asks: Has Germany really changed? If so, where are the hundreds of thousands who once faithfully and eagerly served Hitler’s reign of terror? And what is life like today for the Jews who are still in Germany?
Powerful corporate entities run by SS veterans, one veteran banker termed “the greatest concentration of money power under a single control in history.”
Rise of Germany’s chemical and dyestuff industries, Ruhr and Rhineland mining and steel, slave labor and mass murder in Auschwitz.
Traces the origins of German chauvinism to the ascent of the Teutonic Knights within Germanic society.
Anticipated the enormous and successful activities of the Fifth Columnists in nations slated for Nazi invasion.
Author’s successful infiltration of the vigorous Nazi Fifth Column in the United States before and during World War II.
I.G. Farben’s cartel partners abroad were the wealthiest and most powerful corporations in the world.
Records Nazi recrudescence in the Middle East after the end of World War II.
In 1936, Reichsmarshall Hermann Goering observed that “Spain is the key to two continents.”