The Bormann brotherhood by William Stevenson

By William Stevenson

Whereas the flames of worldwide warfare II nonetheless raged, Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin issued a caution to the Nazi leaders. these accountable for the torture and homicide of thousands of blameless and defenseless civilians have been promised that "... the 3 Allied Powers will pursue them to the furthest corners of the earth and carry them to their judges in order that justice will be done." That promise was once now not stored. Justice has now not been performed. In 1945, twelve of the main infamous Nazis have been attempted for crimes opposed to humanity and sentenced to demise by means of the foreign army Tribunal convened at Nuremberg. (Martin Bormann, his whereabouts unknown, were attempted and convicted in absentia.) next war-crimes trials led to the conviction of different offenders. however the majority of the torturers and murderers -- who, in a single decade, had made this the bloodiest century in background -- have escaped, chanced on sanctuary, and feature persisted to paintings successfully towards the idea that of eventual international domination. Nazism didn't die at Nuremberg. This survival and resurgence, no mere coincidence, is the results of a super, advanced plan for the production of a "brotherhood" initiated lengthy ahead of the tip of the warfare through the least obvious and strongest of the Nazi battle lords -- Martin Bormann. The Brotherhood, sponsored by way of almost limitless money, proven "safe" homes inside of German, escapt routes to different nations and continents, and an intensive foreign crew of business organisations as monetary reservoirs and as "fronts" for escaped Nazis. The Brotherhood has been published in sure named guises, OSESSA for ex. This chronicle, established upon autonomous research, together with a number of specific interviews and the exam of lately declassified and revealing records, casts a brand new mild upon that insidious guy, Bormann, his unusual function within the third Reich, and his devastating impression, which cuts mercilessly into our current. this can be crucial examining, as attention-grabbing because it is significant

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She might have prevented Hitler's subsequent incurable paranoia. She was a normal, if highly sexed, girl, who had a variety of lovers. She could have used her influence on Hitler to relieve some of his frustrations and redirect his energies into less destructive channels. After her death, Hitler turned her room in the Munich flat into a shrine, where fresh flowers were placed each day beside a statuette made in her likeness. He locked himself in her room on the anniversary of her death and meditated for hours.

There was a watchmaker convicted of embezzlement: Emil Maurice, whose brother Ernst had intimate knowledge of the murdered girl. There was Christian Weber, a former stableboy. They called themselves "headquarters guardsmen" and formed their own protective squadrons, known as the SS (Schutzstaffel). They wore black ski caps with a death's-head button and black-bordered swastika armbands. They were led by Heinrich Himmler, the Police President for Bavaria, who was very much aware of the real influence exercised by Bormann behind the scenes.

Bormann took possession of all papers in the case, and after Inspector Muller got his reward and became Gestapo chief, a series of special Gestapo reports on the family background revealed that Hitler's grandmother had been a servant in the household of Baron Rothschild and that her illegitimate son, Alois, father of Adolf, was generally supposed to be the result of an alliance with one of the Jewish aristocracy. Certainly there was no disputing the fact that Alois chose a Jewish godfather for his own son.

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