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Goebbels: Nazi Master of Illusion

Goebbels: Nazi Master of Illusion
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The Destructive Power of Joseph Goebbels’s Propaganda and the Holocaust


Daniela Ozacky Stern


Historical, Biography / Memoir, Political

Moshe Gromb


Book Description

What does it take to control the minds of millions of people—and influence their thoughts and actions into complete devastation?
After years of historical research, Dr. Daniela Ozacky Stern—a third generation survivor—reveals her discoveries in Goebbels: Nazi Master of Illusion.

During the fateful final year of World War II, Nazi Germany suffered severe military defeats and massive bombings by the Allies on the home front—turning cities into ruins. Relations among Nazi leadership deteriorated, and rifts appeared within the inner circle of Adolf Hitler.

Although the situation was catastrophic for Germany, the mass extermination of the Jews—Hitler’s "Final Solution”— never halted. In fact, it heavily accelerated, breaking into new territories.

One of the people closest to Hitler—who directly influenced the events—was Joseph Goebbels, Nazi Minister of Propaganda. He preached to Germans over and over to continue fighting—in a struggle already lost.

What was Goebbels’ tactic in controlling the Germans’ minds and influencing The Führer Hitler? How did the propaganda machine—he created—control millions of people and alter their fates?

Dr. Ozacky Stern answers those questions, plus examines the connection between the nearing German defeat and the Third Reich’s push to continue the mass extermination of Jews.

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