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Louis Nizer

What to Do With Germany (1944)

Horrifying, hate-filled, Jewish-authored book advocating genocide of the German (Amalek) people.

What to Do With Germany (1944) by Louis Nizer

Introduction

"Peace hath her victories no less renowned than war", wrote John Milton.

The great tragedy of the twentieth century is that peace has suffered defeats even after wars have been won...

Olgerts Eglitis

Nonviolent Action in the Liberation of Latvia (1993)

Nonviolent Action in the Liberation of Latvia (1993) by Olgerts Eglitis

INTRODUCTION

On June 14,1987, when all of East-Central Europe was still frozen by totalitarianism, news about an unsanctioned anti-Soviet demonstration in Latvia's capital, Riga, spread in the Western media. After that date the country never came to rest: the spell of fear...

Patricia Parkman

Insurrectionary Civic Strikes in Latin America, 1931-1961 (1990)

Insurrectionary Civic Strikes in Latin America, 1931-1961 (1990) by Patricia Parkman

Introduction

One of the characteristic features of the Latin American political land- scape is a phenomenon best described as a civic strike: the collective suspension of normal activities by people of diverse social groups united by a common political objecti...

Adam Roberts

Civil Resistance in the East European and Soviet Revolutions (1991)

Civil Resistance in the East European and Soviet Revolutions (1991) by Adam Roberts

Introduction

The death knell of communist rule, which has now ended in all European countries, was sounded not by nuclear weapons, nor even for the most part by the use of military force, but by civil resistance. In the last quarter of 1989, "people power" in v...

Theodore N Kaufman

Germany Must Perish! (1941)

Also here is the pamphlet "No More German Wars" published a year later as a follow-up.

"A SENSATIONAL IDEA!"

-- Time Magazine

"A PLAN FOR PERMANENT PEACE AMONG CIVILIZED NATIONS!"

-- The New York Times

Germany Must Perish! (1941) by Theodore N Kaufman

This March 1941 book written by a New Jersey Jewish-German émigré-caused a...