- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 2 hours and 32 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Veronika's Research & Essay Service
- Audible.com Release Date: June 22, 2017
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072XV4HJF
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The Controversy of Black Nazis II Audiobook – Unabridged
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She does not yell, curse, or use sarcasm. And when she does not know or is not sure; she simply says so. She does wonder at the terrible and twisted pall of rage against Hitler era Germany. A country which had an economy second the USA.
From the true, historical record Hitler is shown to be have not been the monster too often portrayed as. Instead he is seen making genuine and friendly meetings with leaders from the Orient who could get along among themselves as they could with Hitler or Germany. Races and people American presidents, UK Priministers would not. Lands the US, UK or, UN have gone to terrible, crippling war(s) with that linger to this very day. Wars easily avoided had truth been more in the forefront. Hitler, and sizable parts of his regime turn out to have been rather flexible, able to adapt and evolve in their views on race in ways to are surprising and egalitarian. Ways today that might recognized as "affirmative action" or multi-cultural. True of all? No. But certainly some and rather potent men like Martin Bormann, Hitler himself, or Mussolini.
She is brave scholar; yet surprisingly young!
Without malice she punctures some of the claptrap that can come when discussing the subject of race from within and without Germany! I say some because this is still a huge and explosive subject ergo, it takes more than one book to do so.
With observations, first-hand accounts, and documents she raises the bar on just how free Americans are intellectually. Have been free historically and some of the comparisons, in light of what is attributed to the Germans treatment of Africans and minorities, is nothing to brag about. The Mexican laborers, for example, according to her research were given about as raw a deal as ever any coming here to fill a work shortage. Modern day slavery of Black men with extreme brutality within living memory in Dixie. Do not look for any Hollywood movies on these.
Yes it is still The Controversy of Black Nazis II (Powerwolf Publications) (Volume 1)a controversy. Not just about 'Black Nazis', and Veronica Clark's work is going a long ways in settling some of these issues in an urbane, rational, and gripping way. May she remain as free to continue her monumental works as our Constitution and Bill of Rights say she ought to be.