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 Post subject: Into The Darkness- T Lothrop Stoddard
PostPosted: Wed Dec 14, 2011 8:20 pm 

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By T Lothrop Stoddard, one of America’s foremost racial thinkers and writers of the early 20th century, was sent on assignment by the North American Newspaper Alliance to report on wartime conditions in Nazi Germany in October 1939, one month after the outbreak of World War II and two years before the US became involved in the conflict. This book, titled to describe the aerial blackout conditions Stoddard experienced in Germany, is an astonishingly objective and dispassionate account of the home front of Nazi Germany in 1939 and 1940. 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.

The accuracy and objectiveness of this book ensured that it was suppressed after America entered the war in 1941. For this reason, Into the Darkness remains one of the most important English language books ever written about the Third Reich. P/B 205 pp.

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