From Nuremberg to Nineveh by Mark Turley

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The early 21st century is a time of uncertainty. The American led global order, which rose from the ashes of World War Two, is beginning to crumble. With Russia, China and the European Union all threatening American domination, upheaval, in some form, is certain. Conflict is inevitable. In 'From Nuremberg to Nineveh', Mark Turley goes back to the launch-pad of the American era, the Nuremberg Trial, in which the great evil of Nazism was defeated, the ideals of Liberal democracy were championed and political correctness was born. Stripping away the layers of propaganda, this thorough analysis provides a fresh interpretation of what the trial really meant and the purposes it served. Utilising standard sources, as well as those purposely ignored by mainstream history, conclusions are reached that are both controversial and significant. The result is not only a rethink of the Nazi epoch, but an up-to-date expose of the motivations behind current world affairs.

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Published September 27, 2008 by Vandal Publications. 196 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction

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As Turley mentions in the “About the Author” section, German law states that “whoever publicly or in a meeting approves of, denies or renders harmless an act committed under the rule of National Socialism...shall be punished with imprisonment for not more than five years or a fine.” The guidi...

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