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Evil Genius -- The Man Who Enslaved the Mind of 80 Million People
Evil Genius -- The Man Who Enslaved the Mind of 80 Million People Author:Erich Ebermayer, Hans Otto Meissner Subtitle: The Story of Joseph Goebbels — Goebbels was the evil genius in the rise of the power of Nazi-ism. Here is the story of this astonishing little man, this bitter and frustrated cripple who took the nation and moulded it to the shape of his own ferocious passion. He was a family man... but his insatiable sexual appetite was the talk of Ge... more »rmany. He was weak physically, but more than anyone stirred up the violence of the Nazi Party, with its bloody purges and murderous street battles. He was utterly unlike the German conception of a warrior, yet was the mind that guided the German people into war; for without this master of propaganda Hitler's ambitions might have been considerably curtailed.
This is the truly dramatic story, with a Wagnerian climax in a besieged bunker in Berlin, with Hitler and his new bride committing suicide, and Goebbels, the evil genius, having to kill his wife and six unfortunate children. Based on the Original German "GEFAHRTIN DES TEUFELS", published by Hoffman und Campe Verlag, Hamburg, in 1952, this work was translated and adapted by Louis Hagen and first published in English by Allan Wingate in 1953. Now published as a Panther Edition by Hamilton & Co. (Stafford) Ltd.« less