Adolf Hitler: Bolshevik and Zionist: World War I, Volume III (Paperback)
Volume III of ADOLF HITLER: BOLSHEVIK AND ZIONIST is a thorough analysis of the causes, consequences and aims of the First World War. Walther Rathenau described the First World War as a "World Revolution". Jacob Henry Schiff accomplished what Hitler and Napoleon could not. Schiff defeated Russia through revolution and installed his own government to rule the nation. During the war, General Erich Ludendorff promoted the Communist cause around the globe. Ludendorff helped to put both Lenin and Hitler in power. Of the three cousins who instigated the war, Tsar Nicholas II, Kaiser Wilhelm II and King George V, two lost their thrones. The war was a Socialist Revolution that unseated the Monarchies of Continental Europe and enthroned Socialist dictatorships. The war also produced the Balfour Declaration and enabled the British to take Palestine from the Ottoman Empire. Communists and Zionists predicted the world war in the 1800's and welcomed the opportunities it would bring them, which they accurately forecast.