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Product Details

  • Paperback: 272 pages
  • Publisher: Enigma Books (July 1, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1929631936
  • ISBN-13: 978-1929631933
  • Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 5.9 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,497,048 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"The authors have drawn together an enormous amount of material from archives and secondary sources."—Gerhard Weinberg

About the Author

Dr. Mallmann is the Director of the Research Center, University of Ludwigsburg and Professor of History at the University of Stuttgart. He is the author of several important studies on the Holocaust. Dr. Martin Cüppers is Scientific Assistant at the Research Center in Ludwigsburg and author of Wegbereiter der Shoa--The Precursor of the Holocaust (2005).

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This book is indeed a warning from history in its own right.
M. D Roberts
Its worth is contained within its ability to clarify the differing perspectives of the parties involved in its pages.
NJ Reviewer
The Muslim mobs thundered "Palestine is our land. The Jews are our dogs".
Gary Selikow

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34 of 41 people found the following review helpful By NJ Reviewer on August 2, 2010
Format: Paperback
What is the value of a history book? Its worth is contained within its ability to clarify the differing perspectives of the parties involved in its pages. It should not only state real facts but also thoughtfully analyze and synthesize them to present a good overall picture of what happened, why it happened and, how it affects us today.

Klaus Michael Mallmann's and Martin Cupper's NAZI PALESTINE: THE PLANS FOR THE EXTERMINATION OF THE JEWS IN PALESTINE attempts to bring into focus and clarify the genuine facts about the Jewish-Arab (and Moslem) dispute and its roots within all of the Middle-Eastern and some European countries, not just Israel/Palestine. Using previously available and recently uncovered documents from German, Israeli, British, American and Arab sources the writers put together a picture of what has happened in the region known as the Middle East, why it has happened, and how and why it affects us today in the formation of a mostly illiberal, anti-democratic and irrational Middle East. There is indeed a strange nexus between the interests of "National Socialism" aka Nazism and, Arab Nationalism as well as Islamic extremism in anti-Western and anti-Jewish (anti-Semitic) activities.

How the seemingly incompatible interests of the Nazis and the dominant forces of Arab nationalism and Islamic radicalism of the 1930's and 40's came together in a dangerous alliance and mixture against the Allies and the Jews is written of in this book. Such an alignment nearly turned that region of the world over to the Nazis and could have lead to the defeat of Great Britain and her allies, as well as the murder of the Jewish communities within Israel, and all of the nearby lands.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S.J.Tagliareni on March 15, 2012
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I had no idea of the relationship between Germany and the Arab world.Had the relationship grown it Ifhad terrible implications for the Jews in Palestine. Had Britain had not entered the war there would have been even more Jews terminated. Frightening but enlightening work.

S.J.Tagliareni author of Hitler's Priest
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By E. Wagner on December 23, 2013
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It is common today for "social justice" seekers to accuse the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) of being "Nazis" and of Israel itself to be an apartheid regime. Such hyperbolic slander, often used on behalf of the "Palestinian" cause, should have been a giant clue to "social justice" folks on the Left that something was rotten in the pro-Palestinian camp. But the fact is, contrivances like these were willingly ignored. The seekers of "social justice" were eager to sign on to the Palestinian cause, even though it relied on absurdities such as these to advance its case.

In NAZI PALESTINE, Klaus-Michal Mallmann presents the hard evidence—as opposed to the unsubstantiated nonsense of Third World ideologues and their "progressive" sycophants—that the anti-Israel/Palestinian cause is the fruit of earlier work by Nazi collaborator and Grand Mufti of Jerusalem Haj Amin Husseini, who was put into power in Jerusalem by a group British officers that included Lawrence of Arabia.

Be warned that some of this book is hard slogging through boring military facts and data. If not for this, I would have given NAZI PALESTINE five stars. I almost gave up on it because it got so tedious at times. But this is a well-researched book that provides many deeply buried facts. In doing so, it demonstrates the enemies of the Jews do not hesitate to turn history and the world upside down, if they believe it will help them hurt or destroy the Jews or Israel.
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27 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Gary Selikow on July 18, 2010
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In 1941-1942 Nazi Germany appeared poised for an overwhelming military victory over the British in North Africa and the Soviets in Eastern Europe. A German victory in Egypt would mean that German forces would invade and occupy Palestine.Very definite plans were being drawn up by the Nazi regime in Berlin to exterminate the Jewish population in Palestine, some of whom had lived there for hundreds of years and other who had recently returned to their ancient homeland with the birth of the modern Zionist movement. There was strong Arab support from the 1930s for Nazi Germany and the Middle East and North Africa were flooded with anti-Jewish propaganda against Jews and incitement to violence.

Until recently there have been few comprehensive and scientific analyses of the relationship between Nazi Germany and the Arabs, the ideological affinity between the Nazis and Arab and Islamic nationalists and their joint plans.
Generally studies have ended with the outbreak of war in 1939 or sometimes with the pro-Nazi coup in Iraq in March 1941, thus leaving out the vital phase of 1941-1942, the period of impending German occupation of the Middle East. furthermore many authors downplay the relationship between Nazi Germany and the Arab nationalists and dismiss the Islamic and Arab anti-Jewish agitation of this time as an expression of cultural differences and accuse those who wish to explore the details of the Nazi-Arab nationalist relationship and the ideological relationships between the two as 'Eurocentric. This amounts to an ideologically based cover up and apologia for Arab anti-Semitism and violence against Jews.
Books like this one and others get to grips with the closeness of the relationship and the ideological affinities that led to this.
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