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Nazi Germany explained; Insights Into the Neo-Pagan Aspects of Nazism

jan peczkis|Tuesday, November 22, 2016

The author provides an early-1930s British perspective on the Nazi movement in Germany. Owing to the fact that this work long precedes WWII and the Holocaust, it is not colored by these events.

The author presents some of the Nazi arguments against Jews, but does not evaluate them as to their veracity. However, consider the question of Jewish profiteering from German hyperinflation. Author Vernon Bartlett contends that “there was just enough truth in these accusations”, of Jews using their superior business links with other countries, in buying-up German property. (pp. 81-82).


The anti-Semitic aspects of Nazism have tended to obscure the anti-Christian aspects of Nazism. In fact, Bartlett sagely comments, (quote) At times all this talk of Wotan and the old pagan gods leads one to expect that Germany will turn away from Christianity altogether, will throw it off as a foreign import-action invented by Jews and Latins. The harvest thanksgiving on October 1st revived customs that had passed into disuse centuries ago. There is a strong movement on foot in the Protestant Church to abolish the teaching of the Old Testament altogether, since it deals with non-Aryans, and to revert to the heroes of Teutonic mythology. (unquote). (p. 88).
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