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  • Nikola Bijeliti
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    • Mar 2019
    • 62

    The Passion of Adolf Hitler

    I have a new book out, The Passion of Adolf Hitler. Here is a description of the book:

    Relive the final days of Adolf Hitler in the bunker. Experience his agony as all hope of victory is lost. Feel his anguish as all his plans are crumbling, his despair over the fate of Germany, and his pain as he contemplates his fate. And then do it again every Sunday, as his devout followers create the cult of the Fuehrerbunker. This historical novel examines the final days of the Third Reich, the possibility that Hitler may have escaped, and the cult that arose following his death.
    This book is the seventh book in a planned series of ten. If this is not the appropriate forum to post this, the moderators may move it to another forum or delete it.

    The digital version is available now. The paperback version will be available in a few hours.
    Last edited by Nikola Bijeliti; 22 Apr 2019, 14:35. Reason: Changed "dispair" to "agony" to avoid repetition of word.
    All these ideas, which have nothing to do with cold logic as such, but represent only pure expressions of feeling, ethical conceptions, etc., are chained to the existence of men, to whose intellectual imagination and creative power they owe their existence. Precisely in this case the preservation of these definite races and men is the precondition for the existence of these ideas. --Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, Chapter XI: Nation and Race
  • Erik T. White
    Junior Member
    • Apr 2019
    • 1

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    Re: The Passion of Adolf Hitler




    Nikola Bijeliti's new book, The Passion of Adolf Hitler, is his latest work which takes on a subject that often raises the ire of so many people who just hear or read the name of Adolf Hitler. Within the past year this reviewer has read three books in which Hitler is discussed and vilified. Nikola Bijeliti, however, will grab the attention of the reader from the opening sentence, which reminded me of a scene in Tom Sawyer. I won't go into detail, however once more, Nikola grabs the reader's attention from the first sentence and makes the reader want to get to the next pages quickly. The book is a lightning read, but the reader must use constraint so he or she can reflect on the history which is presented. Hitler must have been a charismatic person from his childhood to the alleged death in the Berlin bunker, and Nikola shows this exquisitely. Don't be bothered by the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle or Schrodinger's cat if you didn't do well in physics, as Mr. Bijeliti will delight you with an explanation in the book. I cannot call this great work Mr. Bijeliti's magnum opus, since I am sure that more works are planned by this fine White Nationalist author. However, this work is a must have for White Nationalists, since it combines history with a glimpse into the humanity of the last, great leader of Germany!!!!!

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