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University professors, white nationalists, liberals, MGTOW, Brits, Anglo-Americans, and Zionists alike all have a stake in managing the world's perception of Nazi Germany and World War II. Why? What are they trying to hide and why do they go to such extremes, including serial harassment and cyberbullying, to control and micromanage the narrative for the rest of us? This concentrated analysis of the World War II and postwar narrative by author Weronika Kuzniar answers these questions and many more in a relaxed, listener-friendly style. On the Web: https://wilkmocy.com

©2012, 2017 Veronica Clark (P)2017 Veronica Clark

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Unknown facts of WWII-this book is an eye opener and makes me think.

I was very reluctant at first to purchase this audiobook because of the controversial topic. But now, after I have listened this audiobook, I am glad that I have done so. The author gives insight on the time and political situation all over the world, before and during WWII. I have found unknown to general population historical facts and interesting information. I have came to a conclusion that things were much more difficult and different than what we know about WWII and nazi Germany. The "bad" people as turned out were not that all "bad", and "good guys" were ....There was no "bad" and "good" guys on both sides of the ware. I am glad that I have purchased audiobook, because of the narrator has done fabulous job, by contributing creativity and making big volume of historical information easier to absorb. I am going to listen it again just to put all information together in my head. This book makes me think.