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on 15 March 2016
Bought for someone else so not sure of the content
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on 6 February 2015
I have read thousands of articles and books on the destructive legacy origins and toxic hatred of Nazism toward fellow humans.

Gerry bergmans is indisputably the best I have EVER read for the following reasons.
Hitler knew in his poisoned heart that to corrupt the hearts of a nation he had to begin with the innocent children AND HE SURE DID.

The relentless percolation of rascist ideology through his minnions control of the media from 1933 into the minds and hearts of Germanys youth made certain the future reception of a merciless idea.

The Nazi Darwinian worldview was the fuel that fed dead hearts and in consequence produced a nation (99.9%) of complicit frightened automatons.

I congratulate the author for his eternal insight into the seeds of evil

John J May
Dublin
Ireland
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on 5 May 2014
Bergman documents thoroughly and precisely, from other sources and from original research, the depth and primary nature of Darwin's indirect influence on Adolf Hitler and his main associates. It is a chilling and disturbing read, and poses a strong challenge both to those who claim Darwin's eugenics and evolutionary mythology had no relationship with the greatest crimes of the 20th century and to those who propose materialistic atheism has no serious moral consequences.
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on 14 October 2014
This is a very useful book, which historically obviously, helps the reader to gain helpful insights into their reasoning for such diabolical actions with a comparison to a type of Darwenism which I had not considered before.. A rather hard read but insightful
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