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What If Hitler Won The War? (Where Would We Be Today?) Paperback – June 1, 1998

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This book is in no way intended to glorify Hitler. This work is created to illustrate how close the 2nd World War really was! This writing will reveal the horror a Hitler victory would have brought to earth, in a new light, never before imagined. Thus, we will realize anew how thankful we should all be that Hitler was indeed defeated by the hand of God through the victorious allies...continues

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"We all felt that there was a high probability that the Germans... might succeed and use the Atomic bomb to become the master race." - Albert Einstein

New insights into the "reasons" for Nazi and historic anti-Semitism are illuminated in factual appendices, which also show how close Hitler came to winning the war, with his own A-bomb. WWII was much closer than the United States Government ever let you know.

"The need for an attack became acute when, in October 1941, the "Princes"--the underground secret intelligence service in Denmark--sent a telegram to MI-6 saying that Niels Bohr, the Danish physicist who was something of a confessor to the international scientific fraternity engaged in atomic research, had received a visitor from Germany, Professor Werner Heisenberg, a leading figure in the German program to develop the atomic bomb, had come to ask Bohr a very difficult question. Was it morally correct, Heisenberg wished to know, for a physicist to engage in the construction of such an absolute weapon, even in wartime? Bohr responded with a question of his own. Did Heisenberg mean to imply that the Germans believed such a weapon to be feasible? Heisenberg said, sadly, that such was the case. The conversation left Bohr deeply shocked; he warned the Princes and they warned London. He was, said Bohr, convinced that Germany was on the threshold of obtaining the atomic bomb." Anthony Cave Brown

A few days before Hitler committed suicide he launched a German U-boat (U234) from Hamburg loaded with uranium and heavy water, which was to dock in Japan. Japan had been working on the Atomic bomb in conjunction wiht Hitler. Though this fact has been kept from the world's eye, until Robert Wilcox published his book, Japan's Secret War- Japan's Race Against Time To Build Its Own Atomic Bomb, in 1995. Wilcox used secret FBI documents he obtained through The Freedom of Information Act to prove the claim of his title. Truman was briefed on Japan's progress and this was the real reason he hit Japan twice, until she surrendered. The Washington Post commented, "Truman... must have been aware of Japan's nuclear capability as he deliberated about using an American Atomic bomb." The Washington Times wrote, "...had Japan developed the bomb first, they would have used it ruthlessly."

Lawrence McQuillan of UPI has said, "In a fascinating look at what might have been, Robert Wilcox details just how close Japan came to successfully building an Atomic bomb of its own and radically altering world history."

Certainly Hitler and his ally, Japan, nearly obtained the atomic bomb! Professor Eugene Wigner said: "We wanted... to interest the United States to develop nuclear weapons so that Hitler should not be the only one to possess them." In this science fiction novel, the question of what would have been had Hitler obtained this weapon before the United States is played out and dramatized with remarkable skill. The frightening scenario presented is based on little known, yet real evidence which illustrates what Hitler had planned for his world victory after the war. Jewish scholar Max I. Dimont, in his classic, Jews, God and History has well noted: "... Because none but German Aryans were qualified to live in the Nazi view, it stood to reason that everyone else would be exterminated. The chilling reality is that when the Russians overran the concentration camps in Poland they found enough Zyklon B cystals to kill 20 million people. Yet there were no more than 3 million Jews left in Europe... Nazi future plans called for the killing of 10 million non-Germanic people every year." Now, what do you think would have happened if Hitler could have traded in his Zyklon B gas for the bomb - read on...

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Ramshead Pr; First Edition edition (June 1, 1998)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1579159966
  • ISBN-13: 978-1579159962
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 5.5 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 1.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,114,853 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By OoOoOoO on February 9, 2001
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I actually enjoyed this book immensely! It's so bad, it's hilarious! I laughed and laughed until my sides ached. You could put together a book like this with ring binding, B&W photocopied photos, some MS-Paint-edited pictures, some public-domain photos of the 3rd Reich, and VOILA! However, the author did - in his extremely clumsy and inept fashion - painted a gruesome picture of a world under Nazi dominion:- the vast network of death factories, race after race exterminated like so much varmin and consigned to the crematorium, a world-spanning network of vast autobahns, the Germans emerging as virtually the sole remaining race on earth, even glimpses of medicine and TV under a true Thousand Year World-Spanning Reich. His ideas deserved a better author (not to mention better computer graphics). Very good starting point for anor TNT made-for-TV mini-series, titled, perhaps, the Thousand Year Nightmare. Fun, very messy, clumsy, low-grade fun. Not worth the ...., though.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 1, 2000
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I am a big Alternate history fan and have read most every book I could get my hands on dealing with this subject. Having read the short story line I sent away for it with eager anticipation. What I found was a short story telling what a monster Hitler was (I think we all know this)and very little story line. The second half of the book was about the author and his stay in Israel. I only give this one star because it had a story at all. Not worth the time it takes to read it.
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 4, 2000
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This was a poorly written story which ended 1/3 of the way through the book. It centered around a weak plot point and was not well written.
The last 2/3 of the book was a rambling account of the author's religious theory.
Don't bother.
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Seller was great. Transaction A+. Would not reclmmend so highly the book itself. Not so much fiction as an attempt by Jewish author 2 justify why, according to Biblical& not historical perscective Hitler coyld not have won the war.
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8 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Colin F Francis on September 3, 2000
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Utter rubbish. Like another reviewer I bought the book as an alternate history novel. It isn't.
Some faked Hitler photos and a peurile short story plus photos of the author in modern Israel.
You have been warned. I wish some-one had warned me. The one star is because you can't rate it at no stars.
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