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5.0 out of 5 stars Bone chilling walk thru of a state within a state, 21 July 1998
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This review is from: The SS: Alibi of a Nation, 1922-1945 (Da Capo Paperback) (Paperback)
Mesmerising reading of how a protective unit [in its conception] became the most feared fighting force Europe had ever seen. Staid leader H. Himmler weaves his mideval based traditions and his diabolical plans to eventual application. Not only does his craftiness inviegle Adolph Hitler, but also the entire Nazi homeland. The author lays out a definitive study on the runes of the SS complemented by the bizarre attraction to the occult that permeates the entails of an Order that reeked havoc wherever the Nazi jack-boot stomped. Yes, this work is riveting read and a revelation to our world of what might have been, had the Allies lost WW2. Fantastic attention to detail by the writer, results in a bone chilling walk through a state within a state gone mad. Not to be redundant, a must read, to all who survived this regime, and all others, to learn from the wretched echoes of WW2.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Bone chilling walk thru of a state within a state, 21 July 1998
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This review is from: The SS: Alibi of a Nation, 1922-1945 (Da Capo Paperback) (Paperback)
Mesmerising reading of how a protective unit [in its conception] became the most feared fighting force Europe had ever seen. Staid leader H. Himmler weaves his mideval based traditions and his diabolical plans to eventual application. Not only does his craftiness inviegle Adolph Hitler, but also the entire Nazi homeland. The author lays out a definitive study on the runes of the SS, complemented by the bizarre attraction to the occult that permeates the entails of an Order that reeked havoc wherever the Nazi jack-boot stomped. Yes, this work is a riveting read and a revelation to our world of what might have been, had the Allies lost WW2. Fantastic attention to detail by the writer, results in a bone chilling walk through a state within a state gone mad. Not to be redundant, a must read, to all who survived this regime, and all others, to learn from the wretched echoes of WW2.
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