Amherst: Prometheus Books, 1995.
Hardcover. 9 1/4" X 6 1/4". 244pp. Very mild shelf wear to covers, corners, and edges of dust jacket. Black cloth over boards with spine lettered in gilt. Pages clean and unmarked. Binding is tight and sound. A very presentably copy of this work by Ken Anderson.
ABOUT THIS BOOK:
Journalist Ken Anderson analyzes claims made by historian Trevor Ravenscroft and others that the Holy Lance, which is said to have pierced the side of Jesus Christ, took center stage in Hitler's life and was the focal point of Hitler's ambitions to conquer the world. In addition to pointing out the flaws in this theory, Anderson questions the veracity of the biblical story of the lance.Was there some meaning behind the flight of Hitler deputy Rudolf Hess to Britain, Hitler's supposed extrasensory perception, his choice of the swastika as the Nazi symbol, the "superman" who haunted the Fuhrer, the use of Nostradamus in propaganda, the way Americans were taken in by the astrological propaganda war, and strange similarities between Hitler and Charlie Chaplin? Anderson offers rational explanations for these alleged strange events and powers, demonstrating that they cannot be attributed to Hitler.(Publisher). Very good + / Very good. Item #6369