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REVIEW: The Nazi Spy Ring in America – Hitler’s Agents, The FBI & The Case That Stirred The Nation

Publisher’s Summary: In the mid-1930s, just as the United States was embarking on a policy of neutrality, Nazi Germany launched a program of espionage against the unwary nation. “The Nazi Spy Ring in America” tells the story of Hitler’s attempts to interfere in American affairs by spreading anti-Semitic propaganda, stealing military technology and mapping U.S. …

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Victory, Not Appeasement: Chamberlain and Hitler, Munich, 1938

Historians love to play “what if” with the people and places that populate the events that shape our destinies. So, according to writer and journalist Robert Harris, did Adolf Hitler. Of course, in Hitler’s case, the pondering on would have happened had he attacked France in September 1938 was not an abstract conundrum. As the …

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Euthanasia Program

The Nazi Euthanasia Program (Aktion T4)

Before the most gruesome aspects of the Holocaust, Germany began to implement other ways of “cleansing” its population. One of the programs used for such purposes was called Aktion T4 (though the name was introduced at a later date), more commonly known as the Nazi’s euthanasia program. The Merciful Death Though some Germans called the program the …

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