BOOK/AUTHOR: THE DAY NAZI GERMANY DIED by Beate Wilder-Smith
PUBLISHER: T.W.F.T. Publishers, Costa Mesa, CA, Copyright 1982, Revised edition 1990
ILLUSTRATOR: Black-and-white photos
DESCRIPTION: Softcover, Illustrated cover, 138 pages, Approx. 4 1/4 x 7 inches
CONDITION: LIKE NEW, Unread/unused, Beautiful condition, Pages white, clean, and binding tight, Gift quality
DUST JACKET: None, As issued
ABOUT THIS BOOK: An autobiography by Beate Wilder-Smith. Her eyewitness account of the Russian and Allied invasion of Germany.
Many social scientists have tried to analyze how a nation of rational, intelligent people could allow – and aid – the rise to power of a tyrant such as Hitler. Mrs. Wilder-Smith was a member of a clergyman’s family . . . just a teenager during this time, in a German clerical home.
Read a first hand account of some of the methods used by the Third Reich to rally the people to its cause . . . and the conditions and attitudes of the average citizens which made them ripe for Nazi Propaganda.
Read about God’s miraculous protection and intervention during the barbaric Russian invasion at the end of the war. This book is not just another biography . . . it has a point to be mad – to which we should all give attention!