Bibliography Sheet for Tape #334/335 June 30, 1978 Side 2

THE PLOT AGAINST THE PEACE by Michael Sayers
Dial Press, 1945 (Tape continuation of #334)

PSYCHOLOGICAL MOBILIZATION Chapter Five, Section III, page 93

"For the fulfillment of its plan after the First World War, Pan Germanism required a new mass movement, an ideological mobilization of the whole German people."

"The secret army officer corp needed organizations for TERRORIZING the insurgent population. It needed the secret General Staff in German military, political, academic, and industrial life."

"THEY NEEDED PSYCHOLOGICAL REARMAMENT."


Mae: That is why the SLA, USA terrorism, Zombies without recall, senseless killings, hijackings and bombings that remain unsolved. Now that we are trading with Russia and China, "Terrorists" are the rallying point for having police everywhere.


GERMAN PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE
U.S. Committee for National Morale, 1941

"Germany advocated morale-mobilization of the whole nation and to use psychology as an instrument of politics, diplomacy, and military strategy."

"The Allies had no real understanding of the German use of Psychology as a weapon of war."


1920, PRUSSIANISM AND SOCIALISM, by O. Spengler
1921, PROPAGANDA AS A POLITICAL INSTRUMENT, E. Stern-Rubarth
1922, THE SECOND WORLD WAR, W. Grassegger.


"A militant presentation of Germany as the arsenal of the Second World War will finally settle all the problems which the First World War proved incapable of solving." Printed again after WWII.
1922, WAR LORD PSYCHOLOGOS: A SEARCH FOR THE LEADER OF THE GERMAN FUTURE K. Hesse. (Hesse joined Fascists after WWI. Nazi Propagandist)
1922, GERMAN PROPAGANDA: THE SCIENCE OF PROGAGANDA AS A PRACTICAL SOCIAL SCIENCE, J. Plenge. (director of first German Prop. Research)
1924, SECRET POWERS, Colonel Walther Nicolai, Germany

"Propaganda replaced military considerations and became a Political weapon."

1924, THE ART OF INFLUENCING THE MASSES IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA by F. Schoenemann.


These are a few book titles from pages 95 - 96. This book has countless quotations from New York Times and various authors to prove that many people knew about Hitler and the Nazis before 1933.