John Vincent Palatine

year in books

John hasn't connected with his friends on Goodreads, yet.


John Vincent Palatine

Goodreads Author


Born
in Schwandorf, Germany
January 03, 1968

Website

Genre

Member Since
August 2019


John Vincent Palatine is a German historian, teacher and publisher of history magazines in English and German. His major work, "The Little Drummer Boy" (ISBN 978-3-00-050788-5) is available free online at: https://palatinebooks.de. He also publishes the following magazines: "History of the West" in English [International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) 2628 – 9075], at https://jvpalatine.com/ and "Historia Occidentalis" in German [International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) 2628 – 9059] at https://historiaoccidentalis.com/ A Short Biography may be found at: https://jvpalatine.com/wp-content/upl... ...more

Average rating: 4.67 · 3 ratings · 2 reviews · 1 distinct workSimilar authors
The Little Drummer Boy

4.67 avg rating — 3 ratings
Rate this book
Clear rating

* Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author. To add more, click here.

In his own words – Adolf Hitler (Part I) – Introduction





Despite 75 years of historical research following his death by suicide on April 30, 1945, in Berlin, certain things about Hitler remain far from understood. Not only was he of secretive nature, but he was also an inveterate liar, a constant actor and professional deceiver.





He wrote a book – “Mein Kampf” – a sort of mixture of autobiography and political manifesto – which was published in two volume

Read more of this blog post »
 •  0 comments  •  flag
Share on Twitter
Published on March 15, 2020 04:01

Upcoming Events

No scheduled events. Add an event.

The Castle in the...
Rate this book
Clear rating

 

John’s Recent Updates

John Vincent Palatine wrote a new blog post

In his own words – Adolf Hitler (Part I) – Introduction





Despite 75 years of historical research following his death by suicide on April 30, 1945, in Berlin, certain things about Hitler remain far from under Read more of this blog post »
John Vincent Palatine rated a book it was amazing
Ironway by Milan Sime Martinic
Rate this book
Clear rating
The author paints the nightmarish picture of the consequences of US-American foreign policy (knee-jerking anticommunism and oppressive neo-colonialism) on the less fortunate - the families, women and children suffering ... the description of a contin ...more
John Vincent Palatine rated a book liked it
Roosevelt's Secret War by Joseph E. Persico
Rate this book
Clear rating
John Vincent Palatine rated a book really liked it
Exorcising Hitler by Frederick Taylor
Rate this book
Clear rating
John Vincent Palatine rated a book liked it
Hitler's Furies by Wendy Lower
Rate this book
Clear rating
Exorcising Hitler by Frederick Taylor
Rate this book
Clear rating
John Vincent Palatine rated a book really liked it
Nixonland by Rick Perlstein
Rate this book
Clear rating
Hitler's Furies by Wendy Lower
Rate this book
Clear rating
Nixonland by Rick Perlstein
Rate this book
Clear rating
John Vincent Palatine rated a book really liked it
A History of the World Since 9/11 by Dominic Streatfeild
Rate this book
Clear rating
More of John's books…
“History is philosophy teaching by examples.”
John Vincent Palatine, The Little Drummer Boy

“An attentive observer of the drama that repeated itself every night might have spotted among the poor the gaunt figure of a pale, earnest young man, who, despite the easy sociability of Vienna's outcasts, wore his embitterment as if it were a precious decoration.”
John Vincent Palatine, The Little Drummer Boy

“The categories of socialism and capitalism themselves began to be outdated, because strength was more powerful than wealth, because nationality was more powerful than class, because nationalism was more powerful than internationalism.”
John Vincent Palatine

“History is philosophy teaching by examples.”
John Vincent Palatine, The Little Drummer Boy

“An attentive observer of the drama that repeated itself every night might have spotted among the poor the gaunt figure of a pale, earnest young man, who, despite the easy sociability of Vienna's outcasts, wore his embitterment as if it were a precious decoration.”
John Vincent Palatine, The Little Drummer Boy

“The categories of socialism and capitalism themselves began to be outdated, because strength was more powerful than wealth, because nationality was more powerful than class, because nationalism was more powerful than internationalism.”
John Vincent Palatine

“Thus we can say with some confidence that the breakthrough of the NSDAP in 1930 was less a result of the movement's inherent qualities, which until then seemed to have been a tough sell, but an expression of protest against the minority governments of late Weimar, which ruled, without the endorsement of parliamentary majorities, by presidential emergency decrees and responded to the economic crisis with ill-advised austerity measures that did little to alleviate economic progress but were guaranteed to raise ill will.”
John Vincent Palatine, The Little Drummer Boy

“Many contemporary witnesses have pointed out Hitler's perhaps greatest talent - that of an actor - but his changeability has usually been depicted as a result of weakness instead of being understood as his main feature, the key to his character.”
John Vincent Palatine, The Little Drummer Boy




No comments have been added yet.