One of the most comprehensive and detailed accounts of the Jewish role in the government of Russia imposed by the Bolshevik takeover after the overthrow of Nicholas II. It was originally published... More > during the Second World War as a supplement to Fahey's main book concerning the conflict between the Roman Catholic Church and Judaism, called The Mystical Body of Christ.
Fahey divides the powers of the world into two categories: the "Judeo-Masonic" democracies (including the Soviet Union) that have their economies under the thumb of Jewish bankers versus the reactionary fascist nations of Germany, Italy and Japan.
Fahey condemns Nazi Germany for being anti-Christian and seeking to supplant the Christian view of the world. He said the Third Reich was doomed in the face of overwhelming hostility from the combined might of Jewish finance which had the arsenal of Great Britain, the United States and the Soviet Union at its disposal.< Less