[PDF / Epub] ☂ Hitler and the Nazi Darwinian Worldview ✐ Jerry Bergman – Writerscompany.co.uk

Hitler and the Nazi Darwinian Worldview Another important book by Dr Bergman It answers the all important question, how in the world could this have happened in an allegedly civilized world This Book Takes A Fresh Look At Germany S Most Influential Nazi Leaders, Examining Their Backgrounds, Education And Convictions It Provides Compelling Evidence That The Rising Influence Of Darwinism, Eugenics And Race Theory In Early Twentieth Century Society Set The Foundation For The Nazi Pursuit Of Engineering A German Master Race And Exterminating European Jews, Gypsies, Blacks, Most Slavs And The Christian Religion In The Ensuing Madness Of The Holocaust Of World War II The Effect Of Social Darwinism, Eugenics And Anti Semitism, And Their Relative Acceptance In The Scientific And Medical Communities Of Germany And Many Other Countries Worldwide, Opened The Door To Mass Murder, Medical Experimentation And Military Conquest This Title Examines The Roots Of Nazi Ideology And Unmasks The Darwinian Survival Of The Fittest Theory Behind It. While I found the topic interesting, I was tempted to give the book only 3 stars for the style The author was very repetitious which didn t bother me too much because I m interested in this topic, but it got tedious The author would stop mid sentence and incorporate passages from other books in a way that didn t flow well It just seemed like his sentences were being cut off and finished by other peop HITLER AND THE NAZI DARWINIAN WORLDVIEW There were two detractors for me 1 It was a bumpy read.2 The book s organization felt a bit disjointed However, in spite of the detractors, I was intrigued by the premise and enjoyed reading most of the book. Details the influence of Darwinian theory on Hitler and Nazi leaderships the focus on survival of the strong, superior race There is repetition, but adds significance Is an informative read there is a clear parallel with the contemporary situation in the US political environment. I really liked the premise of this book, and found it to be insightful and fascinating The writing style was not my favorite, which is why I only gave it 3 stars.

About the Author: Jerry Bergman

Ph.D in Human Biology, Columbia Pacific University, San Rafael, CaliforniaPh.D in measurement and evaluation, minor in psychology, Wayne State University, DetroitM.S in Biomedical Science, Medical College of OhioJerry Bergman has taught biology, genetics, chemistry, biochemistry, anthropology, geology, and microbiology at Northwest State College in Archbold OH for over 17 years Now completing

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