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The Journal of Historical Review Volume 21 Number 2 (2002)

The Journal of Historical Review Volume 21 Number 2 (2002)

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Lothrop Stoddardc SympatheticReport from Hitlert Wartime Reich
Twentieth-century Ameri-ca's most perceptive, influen-tial, and prophetic writer onrace
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othrop Stoddard
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spent four months in late1939-early 1940 covering Na-tional Socialist Germany, asits leaders and its people gird-ed for total war. Stoddardcriss-crossed the Third Reichto observe nearly every aspectof its political, social, eco-nomic, and military life, andhe talked with men and wom-en from all walks of life, fromAdolf Hitler, HeinrichHimmler, and Joseph Goeb-bels to taxi drivers and cham-bermaids.The result
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s not only a classic ofWorld War
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reportage, buta unique evaluation of Ger-many's National Socialist ex-periment. For Stoddard was no ordinary journal-ist. A Harvard Ph.D in history, the author of
TheRising Tide of Color
and other works that played akey role in the enactment of America's 1924 im-migration act, fluent in German and deeply versedin European politics and culture, Stoddardbrought to
Into the Darkness
a sophistication anda sympathy impossible for William Shirer and amyriad of other journalistic hacks.To be sure, the New England Yankee Stoddardwas no supporter of the Hitler dictatorship, but hewas deeply interested in National Socialist policies,above
all
in the social and the racial sphere. Read-ing
Into the Darkness
brings you to hearings beforea German eugenics court, toan ancestral farm in Westpha-lia, to the headquarters of theNational Labor Service, toGerman markets, factories,medical clinics, and welfare of-fices, as keenly observed andanalyzed by Stoddard. You'llread, too, of Stoddard's con-versations with Germanpolicymakers in all fields: Hans F. K.Giinther and Fritz Lenz onrace and eugenics; WaltherDarrk on agriculture; RobertLey on labor; Gertrud Scholz-Klink on women in the ThirdReich; General AlexanderLohr on the Lufnvaffe's Polishcampaign, as well as Hitler,Himmler, Goebbels and manyother leaders. And you'll trav-el with Stoddard to Slovakia,where he interviews Monsi-gnor Tiso, the national leaderlater put to death by the Communists, and toHungary, where the Magyars, still at peace, gazeapprehensively at Soviet Russia.
Into the Darkness
(so named from the mandato-ry air-defense blackout that Stoddard found sovexing) shines a torch of sanity and truth againstthe vituperation of all things National Socialistthat has been practically obligatory for the past six-ty years. Knowledgeable, urbane, skeptical, andabove all fair, Stoddard's book is a unique, an in-dispensable historical document, a time capsule fortruth, and a stimulating page-turner for everyoneinterested in the Third Reich and the Germanpeople.
Into The Darkness:
An Uncensored Report from Inside the Third Reich at War
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Editors:
Theodore
J.
O'Keefe
Mark
Weber
EDITORIAL ADVISORY COMMITTEEAdvisors are not spokesmen ofthe educational institutions identified.GEORGE ASHLEY, Ph.DLos Angeles Unified School District (ret.)ENRIQUE AYNAT, L.L.B.Torreblanca, SpainPHILIP BARKER, Ph.DMinneapolis, MinnesotaJOHN BENNETT, L.L.B.Australian Civil Liberties UnionMelbourne, AustraliaALEXANDER
V.
BERKIS, L.L.M., Ph.D.Professor of History (ret.)Longwood CollegeFarmville, VirginiaARTHUR R. BUTZ, Ph.D.Associate Professor of Electricaland Computer EngineeringNorthwestern UniversityEvanston, IllinoisBOYD CATHEY, Ph.D.The Southern PartisanColumbia, South CarolinaROBERT H. COUNTESS, Ph.D.Huntsville, AlabamaALBERT
J.
CKSTEIN, Ph.D.Santa Fe Springs, CaliforniaROBERT FAURISSON, Ph.D.Professor of French Literature (ret.)University of Lyon-2Lyon, FranceGEORG FRANZ-WILLING, Ph.D.Oberlingen, GermanyJURGEN GRAFBasel, SwitzerlandSAMUEL EDWARD KONKIN 111Beverly Hills, CaliforniaR. CLARENCE LANG, Ph.D., M. Div.Seguin, TexasJAMES MARTIN, Ph.D.Professor of History (ret.)Colorado Springs, ColoradoCARLO MATTOGNORome, ItalyHIDE0 MIKIProfessor of History (ret.)National Defense AcademyYokosuka, JapanOLEG PLATONOV, Ph.D.Moscow, RussiaHENRI ROQUES, Ph.D.Colombes, FranceGERMAR RUDOLF, Dip1.-Chem.Hastings, EnglandWILHELM
STAGLICH,
Dr. Jur.Gliicksburg, GermanyCHARLES E. WEBER, Ph.D.Head, Dept. of Modern Languages (ret.)University of TulsaTulsa, OklahomaC. ZAVERDINOS, Ph.D.Pietermaritzburg. South Africa
The
Journal
of
Historical
Review
Volume
21,
Number
2 MarchlApril2002
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IN THIS
ISSUE
-
Le
Pen's Notorious'Detail'RemarkWeber Speaks
on
Jewish Power
at
IHR
Meeting
in
Virginia
Jewish
Militants
Arrested
in Bomb
Plot
StateDepartment
Acknowledges
Pressure
on Lebanon
My Revisionist
Method
Robert Faurisson
'Reexamining
Assumptions':An
Interview with
Tom
Sunic
Subversion
of
Science:How
Psychology
LostDarwin
Glayde Whitney
The
United
States
and
Israel
Joseph Sobran
Israel's
Ariel
Sharon
Speaks
Myths
About
Britain's 'Finest
Hour'
'Copenhagen':
Uncertainty
in
Life
and
in Science
A
review by Daniel A. Michaels
Letters
On
the cover:
Charles
Darwin
in
1854,
age
45.
The journal ofHistorical Review (ISSN: 0195-6752) began publication in 1980.
t
upholds and continues the revisionisttradition of scholars such as Harry Elmer Barnes,A.
J.
P.Taylor,William H.Chamberlin, Paul Rassinier,and Charles Tansill.The journalof Historical Review is published six times yearly by the Institute for Historical Review, PO. Box 2739, NewportBeach, CA92659. Subscription price: $40 per year, $65 for two years, and $90 for three years. For foreign subscr~ptions,add $20 per year. For overseas airmail delivery,add
$40
per year. Remittances for subscriptions must be payable in U.Sdollars drawable on a U.S. bank. Donations to the IHR are tax-deductible.Singlecopies of most lournalissues published since sprin 1986 (volume
7)
are available for $7.50 each,plus $2.00 ship-ping.Ask about theavailability of specific issuesHardbouncfannual volumes ofthelournal for the years 1984.1988.1989.1990,1991,1992,and 1993 are also available for $40.00 each, plus $3.50 shipping. Write for our booklist and prices.Appropriate manuscripts are welcomed b the editor They should be double-spaced and accompanied by return post-age. Especially welcome are submissions on iiskette.Send all correspondence to P.O.Box 2739, Newport Beach.CA 92659.E-mail to: ihr@ihr.org.Web site: http:llwww.ihr.org.The journal ofHistorical Review is listed in standard periodical directories. Contributions do not necessarily reflect theviews of the Institute for Historical Review.All rights reserved. Except for specifically copyrighted items, permission is hereby given to reprint material from thisissue of the lourna1,provided that no changes or alterations are made without rior arrangement,and providing that thefollowing attribution appears with the materia1:"Reprinted from The~ournalo~Historica~eview, P.O. Box 2739. NewportBeach,CA 92659, USA. Subscriptions: $40 per year (domestic):' A copy of the reprint should be sent to the editor.

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