Digging for Hitler : The Nazi Archaeologists Search for an Aryan Past, Hardback Book

Digging for Hitler : The Nazi Archaeologists Search for an Aryan Past Hardback


* A band of Nazi archaeologists on a secret mission to Tibet* Others searching for Atlantis the 'home of the Nordic race'* Excavations in Czechoslovakia to find 'Germanic culture'* Sacred Sanskrit texts as keys to Nordic roots and Ancient Indian civilizationDuring the 1930s, in the build up to World War II, the Nazis established a band of specialists, the SS-Ahnenerbe, under the command of Heinrich Himmler and Hermann Wirth.

Their aim was nothing less than to prove the superiority of the Aryan race, and with it the unique right of the German people to rule Europe.

The occult figured as a key feature in many of these increasingly desperate quack "research" efforts.

Part "science," part espionage, and part fantasy. Archaeological expeditions were sent to Iceland, Tibet, Kafiristan, North Africa, Russia, the Far East, Egypt, and even South America and the Arctic.The Nazi "Ancestral Heritage Society's" chief administrator was Dr. Wolfram Sievers, who cruelly conducted medical experiments on prisoners in concentration camps, and was responsible for the looting of historic artefacts considered "Germanic" for "return" to Germany.He rewarded those academics that took part with high military office, whilst those academics who contradicted or criticized the SS-Anenerbe were carted off to concentration camps where they faced certain death. This book tells the true history of the real life villains behind the Indiana Jones movies.

Sometimes truth really is stranger than fiction!


  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Fonthill Media
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: European history
  • ISBN: 9781781555002



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