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The Ruling Elite: Death, Destruction, and Domination Paperback – May 27, 2014
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About the Author
Deanna Spingola is a student of accurate history as opposed to the mandated government-approved history for general consumption. Rather than media sound bites and popular movie portrayals, she researches historical documents, scholarly works, and current circumstances to draw conclusions about the significant historical events that impact mankind. She currently lives in Illinois.
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This book should be required reading, if not the main textbook for every upper-level high school and college 20th century world history class. It (along with the first 2 in the series) should be on the bookshelf of everyone who desires the well-documented truth of dubious and controversial historical events and facts, such as the Reichstag fire, Krystallnacht, The Ha'avara Agreement, FDR's Communist connections, and the war-mongering maneuverings of Churchill to name just a few.
As the author has said on several Internet radio programs "History is prologue"; in order to make sense of current events one must understand history - real history that is - and not the Hollywood or court-historian version which has been taught in the government schools.
This book is for everyone: those who don't have the time or the inclination to read over 700 pages of history cover-to-cover, should buy this book to use for reference purposes, as Ms. Spingola's index and bibliography are impeccable, and for those who love history, you will be richly rewarded reading this masterpiece by the greatest historian of our time.