The Swastika Against The Cross

The Swastika Against The Cross

by Bruce Walker
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The Swastika Against The Cross by Bruce Walker

The Nazi War on Christianity

The Nazis planned the elimination of Christianity. Once, this was common knowledge and authors writing while the Nazis were in power recognized this crucial fact. Today, in a political and social climate drenched with fear and hatred of Christianity, the Nazi war on Christianity and Christian opposition to Nazism is "politically incorrect" history. But the words written in old books cannot be rewritten to fit the contemporary slander of Christianity. The record-from more than forty books published while Hitler was in power, is clear and strong: The Swastika was at war with the Cross.

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ISBN-13: 9781432721695
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date: 05/30/2008
Pages: 104
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.25(d)

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Guest More than 1 year ago
Historians wll be surprised by this bok. It runs so counter to hat is taught in academia, that the author could only make his case convincingly by doing just what he did: Walker read a lot of very old books and relates just what famous commentators at the time were writing about the pure hatred that the Nazis had for Christianity and the brave opposition that Christians in Germany made to the Nazs. The real eye opener, for me, was at the beginning of the book, when Walker writes from many different sources about just how much the German people BEFORE Hitler had left Christianity. This is avery good reference if you know someone who inists that the Christians ever supported Hitler or that Christians are responsible for the crimes of Nazism.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Finally, a book that tells the truth about Nazis and Christianity! Mr. Walker does not really attack people today who try to make it sound like the Nazis were Christians, but his book makes the case so strongly that noone who reads it can come away thinking anything but that Nazis hated Christians andthat Christians were the only people who fought against the Nazis inside Nazi Germany and that anyone today who thinks different just does not know what he or she is talking about. Walker does not talk about religion much at all. He does not even say whether he is a Christian or not. He just talks about the plain facts of history.