The Myth of German Villainy

The Myth of German Villainy

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By Benton L. Bradberry. As the title The Myth of German Villainy indicates, this book is about the mischaracterization of Germany as history’s ultimate villain.

The official story of Western Civilization in the 20th century casts Germany as the disturber of the peace in Europe, and the cause of both World War I and World War II, though the facts don’t bear that out. During both wars, fantastic atrocity stories were invented by the Allied propaganda machine to create hatred of the German people for the purpose of transforming public opinion to support the wars.

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    The Myth of German VillainyThe Myth of German Villainy

    By Benton L. Bradberry. As the title The Myth of German Villainy indicates, this book is about the mischaracterization of Germany as history’s ultimate villain.

    The official story of Western Civilization in the 20th century casts Germany as the disturber of the peace in Europe, and the cause of both World War I and World War II, though the facts don’t bear that out. During both wars, fantastic atrocity stories were invented by the Allied propaganda machine to create hatred of the German people for the purpose of transforming public opinion to support the wars.

    The mainstream holocaust propaganda that emerged after World War II further solidified this image of Germany as history’s ultimate dastardly villain. But how true is this “official” story? Was Germany really history’s ultimate rogue nation? In this book, Benton L. Bradberry paints a different picture. He explains that Germany was not the perpetrator of World War I nor World War II, but instead, was the victim of Allied aggression in both wars.

    The instability wrought by World War I made the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution in Russia possible, which brought world Communism into existence. Hitler and Germany recognized world Communism, with its base in the Soviet Union, as an existential threat to Western, Christian civilization, and he dedicated himself and Germany to a death struggle against it.

    Far from being the disturber of European peace, Germany served as a bulwark that prevented Communist revolutionaries from sweeping over Europe. The pity was that the United States and Britain did not see the Soviet Union in the same light, ultimately with disastrous consequences for the West.

    The author believes that Britain and the United States joined the wrong side in the war and that things would have been far different had they backed the right horse.

    Hardback, 6″×9″, 454 pages