Invisible Eagle: The History of Nazi Occultism

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Virgin, 2000 - Germany - 322 pages
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This work provides a comprehensive history of the curious occult belief systems that influenced the architects of National socialism and which became central to Nazi philosophy and propaganda. It also shows how these theories continued to flourish after World War II.

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User Review  - Toby Tsoutseos - Goodreads

Excellent analysis of a topic that could run into fringe areas Read full review

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User Review  - Patrick - Goodreads

Useful for generating mad ideas grounded on some real world 'truth' for my RPGs. Beyond that, I found it poorly written and not especially engaging. Read full review

About the author (2000)

Alan Baker has written and illustrated over 40 books of his own, six of which have been chosen for the book of the year list. These include the Little Rabbit series which have sold over 750,000 copies to date worldwide. White Rabbit's color book was a 2008 IBBY choice. His style consists of a pencil rough with final artwork rendered using traditional methods - watercolour, pen and ink, airbrush, and crayon. The illustration is produced as separate elements and then composed and colour adjusted in photoshop using layers. Alan Baker has won the Benson & Hedges illustrators gold award, Gold Creative Circle award, Silver Campaign Press award. He also gained a IRA/CBC. Childrens Choice award & was a Flair Creative match winner.

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