Category: Analysis and Review

“The Face of the Third Reich offers readers an exceptional look into the mentalities of those responsible for one of the most dreadful sequences in the history of mankind. By presenting the psychological viewpoints of the Nazi leadership we are presented boldly, and surprisingly, with the weaknesses of the human race. Honest readers will often find their own base tendencies within the pages.”


“Through Keegan’s eyes, it can be seen that all heroes are tragic men who struggle with their own weaknesses and flaws, and yet through sheer perseverance produce results that stand as a monument, not to the man as a whole, but to that which was good within his divided nature. “

“Of these several rights, no higher importance was placed than on the freedom of conscience and religious liberty. On this precept they were almost all in favor, though their definition of religious liberty and their reasons for supporting it vary greatly. “