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HITLER YOUTH TO U.S. CITIZEN By Friedrich Neuhaus
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This autobiography describes the life of a German boy who was born before Hitler came to power. He experienced the years before the Second World War as a young child in Germany where he was trained... More > to become one of the future members of the Nazi party. After the Second World War his life was shattered because all that he had known so far crumbled. In the US he learned, for the first time in his life, what freedom really meant. From his life during the war, he concludes that the West could have finished the war much earlier by allowing Hitler to capitulate, thereby preventing the many deaths and terrible devastation of Europe. In his opinion, the British and certain minority groups in the US were more interested in revenge than to establish peace in Europe.< Less
HITLER YOUTH TO U.S. CITIZEN By Friedrich Neuhaus
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This autobiography describes the life of a German boy who was born before Hitler came to power. He experienced the years before the Second World War as a young child in Germany where he was trained... More > to become one of the future members of the Nazi party. After the Second World War his life was shattered because all that he had known so far crumbled. In the US he learned, for the first time in his life, what freedom really meant. From his life during the war, he concludes that the West could have finished the war much earlier by allowing Hitler to capitulate, thereby preventing the many deaths and terrible devastation of Europe. In his opinion, the British and certain minority groups in the US were more interested in revenge than to establish peace in Europe.< Less
From Seed to Sapling By Shirley Lee
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Continues the story of the three into a post-war GERMANY. “Where the Seed Is Planted,” so grows the harvest, each in its own time and place. Parents nurture their off-spring as best they... More > can. Then their environment takes over, molding them into the likeness of their leaders. A Russian girl, a German boy, and an American girl were typical of their cultures, parallel in time, yet totally different in their beliefs. They patterned themselves after their idols, their heroes---Stalin, Hitler, and Roosevelt. The world is very complicated, but not for a child. That is, not until the nurturing environment turns them into pawns, and launches them into the greatest war man has ever known.< Less
Where the Seed is Planted By Shirley Lee
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“Where the Seed Is Planted,” so grows the harvest, each in its own time and place. Parents nurture their off-spring as best they can. Then their environment takes over, molding them... More > into the likeness of their leaders. A Russian girl, a German boy, and an American girl were typical of their cultures, parallel in time, yet totally different in their beliefs. They patterned themselves after their idols, their heroes---Stalin, Hitler, and Roosevelt. The world is very complicated, but not for a child. That is, not until the nurturing environment turns them into pawns, and launches them into the greatest war man has ever known. This version has pictures. From Seed to Sapling (part 2) will have even more pictures. Enjoy.< Less
From Seed to Sapling - pocket By Shirley Lee
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"FROM SEED TO SAPLING" continues the lives of three children, Anna, Gerd, and me, from "WHERE THE SEED IS PLANTED." We are now young adults whose lives intermingle surrounded by... More > rubble of post-war Germany. My family visits neighboring countries. My brothers and I experience unique schooling, sports, social events, and even jobs. Anna and Gerd are adjusting. In the meantime, my father is privileged to take part in the Nuremberg war crimes trials as Secretary General of Tribunal III.< Less
The Legitimate History of Lies By Aleksandr Rainis
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Unseen for nearly 70 years, a Nazi textbook is unearthed in Poland. Revealed within its pages is the fantastical history created by Germany's Nazi masters for the brainwashing of German youth. For... More > the first time ever, English audiences are able to read and study the lies used by the Nazis to control the German populace, to keep them in fear, and to instill in them a willingness to die for a charismatic tyrant. But all is not as it seems; the German intelligentsia had, for generations before the Nazis, unwittingly prepared Germans to uncritically accept these lies. In a detailed and well-researched introduction, the Romanticism of German history is dissected as a guide for readers to navigate through the textbook. The German historical profession's often dubious past reveals a shocking truth: a Legitimate History of Lies.< Less
The Legitimate History of Lies By Aleksandr Rainis
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Unseen for nearly 70 years, a Nazi textbook is unearthed in Poland. Revealed within its pages is the fantastical history created by Germany's Nazi masters for the brainwashing of German youth. For... More > the first time ever, English audiences are able to read and study the lies used by the Nazis to control the German populace, to keep them in fear, and to instill in them a willingness to die for a charismatic tyrant. But all is not as it seems; the German intelligentsia had, for generations before the Nazis, unwittingly prepared Germans to uncritically accept these lies. In a detailed and well-researched introduction, the Romanticism of German history is dissected as a guide for readers to navigate through the textbook. The German historical profession's often dubious past reveals a shocking truth: a Legitimate History of Lies.< Less
Heil, Heil, Rock 'n Roll ! By Ron Bush
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It is the summer of 1958 and this novel focuses on a group of Teddy boys as they grope their way through adolescence, race motorbikes and thumb their noses at parents and authority. The gang has been... More > taken over by Deiter, an ex Hitler youth member, brought to Britain against his wishes at the end of the war to join his father and brother. These two elected to stay in Britain when released from a POW camp. Deiter is digusted at his father's acceptance of Germany's surrender and now has new battles to fight, this time against his own family and post war society. The gang's lives are changed irrevocably by a murder which threatens them all with the hangman's noose. This novel captures the feel of the times,the impact of rock n roll, the phenomenon of teenagers and teddyboys and the generation conflicts arising from the effects of the war. Like all good stories, the twists show that things are not always as they first appear to be.< Less
Where the Seed Is Planted By Shirley Lee
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“Where the Seed Is Planted,” so grows the harvest, each in its own time and place. Parents nurture their off-spring as best they can. Then their environment takes over, molding them... More > into the likeness of their leaders. A Russian girl, a Germany boy, and an American girl were typical of their cultures, parallel in time, yet totally different in their beliefs. They patterned themselves after their idols, their heroes---Stalin, Hitler, and Roosevelt. The world is very complicated, but not for a child. That is, not until the nurturing environment turns them into pawns, and launches them into the greatest war man has ever known.< Less
Into the Darkness By T Lothrop Stoddard
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Stoddard was sent on assignment by the North American Newspaper Alliance to report on wartime conditions in Nazi Germany in October 1939. Titled to describe the aerial blackout conditions Stoddard... More > experienced in Germany, is an astonishingly objective and dispassionate account of the home front of Nazi Germany in 1939. Stoddard gained access to Adolf Hitler, Joseph Goebbels, Heinrich Himmler, Robert Ley, Wilhelm Frick, Walter Darré, Eugen Fischer, Fritz Lenz, and Hans F. K. Günther, and many other Nazi leaders. Among the unique insights in this book: - The only English-language firsthand physical description of Hitler; - The workings of a German eugenics court; - The trials and tribulations of civilian Germans at war; - The real attitude of Germans to the war; - The German Labor Front, the Winter Help, the Hitler Youth and women in the Third Reich; - The economic policies of the Third Reich; - The treatment of Jews inside Nazi Germany; and much more besides.< Less