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Forgotten Fatherland By Ben Macintyre

Forgotten Fatherland
by Ben Macintyre

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A history of a proto-Nazi colony in the Paraguayan jungle that still survives today. It is the remains of a colonial racial experiment carried out by Elizabeth Nietzsche, sister of the famous philosopher, Frederich Nietzsche.
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Forgotten Fatherland: Search for Elisabeth Nietzsche by Ben Macintyre

This book is about the founding of a proto-Nazi colony in the Paraguayan jungle that still survives today. It is the remains of a colonial racial experiment carried out by Elizabeth Nietzsche, sister of the famous philosopher, Frederich Nietzsche. Its inhabitants are German Lutherans, blond-haired, blue-eyed; its streets bear names like Goebbelsstrasse. "Forgotten Fatherland" is a travel book as well as a biography that chronicles the history of the colony, and examines the life and influence of the woman who was Hitler's mentor and her brother's self-appointed literary executor, who ruthlessly expunged from Nietzsche's work anything that did not concur with her own beliefs.

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GOR000998689
Forgotten Fatherland: Search for Elisabeth Nietzsche by Ben Macintyre
Ben Macintyre
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Pan Macmillan
1993-04-08
272
0330329871
9780330329873
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