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Hitler & the Third Reich

WWII

The rise and fall of the Third Reich has been a source of revulsion and fascination since the close of the Second World War. The images of the concentration camps; Hitler's hypnotic oration; and the vast Nuremberg rallies are seared into the collective consciousness. However, it is important that we understand the complex circumstances which allowed this particular branch of fascism to flourish. Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.








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Their Cemetery Sown With Corn

In this 'factional' novel, lost for more than 70 years, hero John Arnold is a post graduate student at Bonn University in the early 1930s. He is caught up in the insidious rise of the Nazis in the village where he lodges. His position is complicated by his love of Germany itself, as well as by his increasing fondness for two women; Tilde, the maid… Read more...