What some people think they ‘know’ about Hitler and his era is nothing close to the truth…
Now, for the other side of the story, as only the great Leon Degrelle of the Waffen-SS could tell it…
The book TBR readers and Revisionists worldwide have been anxiously awaiting for years is finally here…
A Special Message from TBR Publisher Willis A. Carto:
Dear TBR Reader and Supporter:
I’m proud—personally, politically and professionally—to say that after more than 30 years (involving much controversy and intrigue by the enemies of truth), the long-awaited final work by the late Belgian General Leon Degrelle is at long last available in a handsome new volume—exclusively from The Barnes Review Revisionist history magazine.
This tremendous work is unlike any other book about World War II—and Adolf Hitler —available anywhere on the face of the planet today. I know that’s saying a lot, but, once you’ve read the book, you’ll agree that what I say is no exaggeration.
Longtime TBR subscribers (especially many of you who were with us from the very beginning) are familiar with General Degrelle’s remarkable story…
When this vibrant Warrior for the West—a much-decorated survivor of the brutal Eastern Front—died in Spain in 1994, he was the last surviving major figure of World War II, a statesman and soldier (at one point the youngest political leader in Europe) acquainted with all of the big names of the European arena, including Churchill, Mussolini, Franco, Laval, Petain and many others, including, of course, needless to say, Adolf Hitler himself.
In fact, Hitler once said that if he were to have a son, he would want him to be like Leon Degrelle. So it’s more than fitting that in his final years, the retired Belgian general was working relentlessly on the manuscripts that today make up the pages of Hitler Democrat.
And when I tell you that it is ONLY BY THE GRACE OF GOD that this book has even been published, I mean it.
For those of you who may not be familiar with some of the background, please let me explain…
Beginning in the mid-1980s, General Degrelle was in the opening stages of a proposed 14 volume series of works to be collectively titled “The Hitler Century.” I had personally guaranteed that he would receive all the necessary funding for the undertaking. Enthusiastic about the new project, the general threw himself into his work with a remarkable devotion.
At 79 years of age, Degrelle had tackled a project few men of any age would ever even dream of attempting to undertake. And yet in short order, the general turned out the first volume, Hitler Born at Versailles.
Widely hailed upon its release—with readers worldwide eager for more from Degrelle’s pen—this first volume laid the foundation for the forthcoming series of books to follow. The proposed additional volumes were: Hitler Democrat; Hitler and the Germans; Hitler and the Church; Hitler and the United States; Hitler and Stalin; Hitler and England; Hitler and France; Hitler and the Banks; Hitler and the Communists; Hitler and the Jews; Hitler the Politician; Hitler the Military Strategist; and Hitler and the Third World.
At the time of his death, the general had completed some three volumes, but outrageous intrigues by certain enemies of truth in history sabotaged most of his work. Another story for another time, but one which many of you are all too sadly familiar with.
Fortuitously, both Degrelle’s wife, Jeanne, and I still held earlier drafts of some of Degrelle’s writings and with Madame Degrelle’s generous support and through a laborious process of careful reconstruction—requiring hundreds of man hours, including the efforts of multiple translators and editors—the staff of The Barnes Review were able to literally resurrect Degrelle’s lost work.
And today, that material appears here in Hitler Democrat between two covers for the first time. In the end, this volume is not only a monumental work of history, a genuine epic, but it is also, in its own fashion, a tribute to the man behind it: General Leon Degrelle.
With great pride,
Willis A. Carto
TBR Publisher and Editor
P.S. Thanks to all of you who donated to this project!
Deluxe softcover, 6″×9″, 546 pages, dozens of pertinent photos, entire section of photos of Degrelle, fully indexed, Introduction by Michael Collins Piper.
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