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Martin Bormann: Nazi in Exile

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Anticipating the defeat of the Third Reich, Reichsleiter Martin Bormann set up 750 corporations in neutral countries, primed as vehicles to receive the liquid wealth of Germany in addition to patents and other proprietary industrial information. An organizational genius and the real power behind Hitler, Bormann, known as the "Brown Eminence," successfully fled Europe for S ...more
Hardcover, 302 pages
Published September 1st 1981 by Lyle Stuart
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Joseph Green
Jan 25, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Paul Manning was the protege of Edward R. Murrow and does an exhaustive job of documenting the success of Nazism after World War II. Indispensable reading for anyone interested in American history or looking for insight into the current worldwide financial crisis.
Oct 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: black-bag
I have rarely spent this much to purchase a used, hardcover edition of a book. It was worth it. Paul Manning is cool.
Mar 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing
A lot to process at times, which makes it a little tough for a reader only just exploring the second and third grade 'layers' of WOII/Nazism to put it that way.
But Manning has been thorough, and earlier reading on IG Farben (the Devil's Chemists) helped providing a framework and general idea of the immense proportions and the Grotesqueness in a 21st Century narrative of a phenomenon considered 'dealt and done with' by the end of the '40s, in my Western European schoolbook view.
But having read
Manheim Wagner
Feb 15, 2013 rated it it was amazing
It's easy to see why the book has been suppressed by all parties involved. It simply blows the lid off the official post WWII history, and explains quite a lot about U.S. foreign policy since 1947 and its onward march to fascism. Moreover, Manning's writing is excellent and easy to read while citing from official documents and intelligence sources. This book is a must read for anyone that has ever questioned the Anglo/American's version of the last days of the Third Reich or the recent financial ...more
Walter  Bradley Jr.
Nov 11, 2012 rated it it was amazing
A Must Read
Jun 20, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Superb book, written by a respected journalist and decorated war correspondent. Paul Manning lifts the veil of lies surrounding the man named by Adolf Hitler as his own successor. Martin Bormann survived the bunker and made his way to South America, setting up a network to further the Reich and secure control of the world through hidden networks that still operate today. For more on this subject I highly recommend Peter David Orr’s book “Eyewitness to Hitler’s Escape” and also the Curt Reiss boo ...more
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So far great book. The Bormann network is alive and kicking in South America, run by Martin's successors. Same people who infiltrated CIA and who call the shots at NATO.
Those people managed the lead years in Brazil and ultimately led to the downfall of the military regime, paving the way for the Sarney government and those who succeeded it to strip public assets and divert taxpayer money to their unorthodox enterprises around the world .
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Paul Manning was an American broadcast journalist. He worked closely with Edward R. Murrow during World War II as a correspondent for CBS Radio, and with the Mutual Broadcasting System later on in the war.