The Nazi Occult War is a gripping account of the supernatural and magical thinking that dominated Nazi beliefs leading up to and including the Second World War. This book explores the Nazi obsession with the occult and symbols of arcane power shedding new light on the most hated political movement in history, and revealing how occultism not only helped the Nazi's but also hindered them, as opposition movements utilised its techniques. Particularly intriguing sections include the Vril Society, the New Teutonic Knights, Black Camelot, the Nazi 'Occult Bureau', Atlantis and Aryan science. Illustrated throughout with informative photographs, and featuring a wealth of new facts and conclusions, The Nazi Occult War is a proud addition to any history lover's bookshelf.
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About the Author
In 2008 he was the principal speaker in Dark Fellowships: The Vril Society, a television programme made for the Discovery Channel. He has also acted as consultant on a Japanese television programme about Ellic Howe and Nazi psychic research.
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FitzGerald shares well-researched and chilling details of Hitler & his henchmen's dabblings in the occult.