The Hitler Salute
Sometimes the smallest detail reveals the most about a culture. In The Hitler Salute, sociologist Tilman Allert uses the Nazi transformation of a simple human interaction--the greeting--to show how a shared gesture can usher in the conformity of an entire society. Made compulsory in 1933, the Hitler slaute developed into a daily reflex in a matter of months, and became the norm in schools, at work, among friends, and even at home.
"Third Reich" is a term used by so-called scholars and news journalists (and Wikipedia posters) to hide the fact that Adolf Hitler called his regime "Socialism," according to author Ian Tinny. His book reveals the amazing discoveries of the symbologist Dr
VG 115pp. Corners & ends of spine lightly rubbed. Illus.; endnotes; index.
Discover secrets about how to fight the police state and its ubiquity. Practice ways to evade police in your everyday life. Learn how to protect yourself. POLICE STATE USA reveals the history of domestic authoritarianism; The author Ian Tinny documents the work of historian Dr. Rex Curry who revealed: (1) the Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of the Hitler salute and Nazi behavior; (2) Swastikas as "S" letters for "SOCIALIST"; and more! Revelations that TV, radio, newspapers, and public schools will never tell you or anyone.
Sometimes the smallest detail reveals the most about a culture. In "The Hitler" "Salute, "sociologist Tilman Allert uses the Nazi transformation of a simple human interaction-the greeting-to show how a shared gesture can usher in the conformity of an
Thirteen-year-old Gabriella Schramm's favorite pastime is reading. With Adolf Hitler slowly but unstoppably rising to power, Gaby turns to her books for comfort while the world around her changes dramatically: The streets become filled with soldiers, Gaby's sister's boyfriend raises his arm in a heil Hitler salute, and the Schramms? family friend Albert Einstein flees the country.