As they edged ever closer to Hitler they encountered some of the most fascinating people of the twentieth century, including Hermann Gring, Joseph Goebbels, Dr. Josef Mengele, Claus von Stauff enberg, and Hitlers filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl. Along the way they would meet the king of the Roma and befriend numerous innocent Germans caught up in this the last Great War.
They eventually succeed in changing the course of history, but not without great cost. This book also explains why the Russians continued to attempt to authenticate the remains of Hitler well into the 1970s, never believing that he died in the Fhrerbunker.
Lyndon LaRouche has long identified the combination of the United States, Russia, China and India as the minimum array of power necessary to finally shut down the Anglo-Dutch Imperial System.
Today, in 2018, the British Empire has been forced out into the open. It is no longer a secret known only to historians, diplomats, and intelligence agencies, that the hand of the British Empire has been directly intervening into, and often decisively, America’s (as well as nearly every other nation’s) political affairs for decades if not centuries. The possibility of the Four Powers finally coming together to overthrow the Empire, establish Mr. LaRouche’s New Bretton Woods fixed exchange rate credit system, and create what Mrs. Helga Zepp-LaRouche and the Schiller Institute call The New Paradigm of relations among nations based upon cooperative development of science, technology and infrastructure—from Earth into the galaxy—has thrown the Empire into self-exposure and self-destructive, fearful, aggressive fits.
This book, by bringing the power of Truth to bear upon the Empire, and making easily accessible Mr. LaRouche’s clarity about the actions required of the Four Powers, will accelerate the final demise of the Empire and its replacement by a beautiful future for all (including the currently hysterical tentacles of Empire).
In addition to Mr. LaRouche’s outlines of the actions required of the Four Powers, a series of appendices are include to facilitate better mutual understanding among the people and leaders of the Four Powers. The better the peoples of the Four Powers understand each other, the better they will be able to work together to take the measures immediately necessary, and in the long run jointly work on the great project of developing civilization as a whole.
This work achieved its international prominence through Jones [1746-1794], the able judge of the High Court of Calcutta and brilliant linguist, who produced the first complete English translation. Jones was attracted to this work because of its structural similarities to the Institutes of Justinian. Intending to establish Manu as the "Justinian of India," he planned to follow this translation with translations of other texts that resembled other parts of the Corpus Juris Civilis. He did not live long enough to complete his great project. With a new introduction by Steve Sheppard, William Enfield Professor of Law, University of Arkansas School of Law. xvi, 366 pp.
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