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Forgotten fatherland : the true story of Nietzsche's sister and her lost Aryan colony

Auteur: Ben Macintyre
Uitgever: New York : Broadway Books, 2011. ©1992
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : Engels : First Broadway Paperbacks editionAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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In 1886 Elisabeth Nietzsche, sister of the famous philosopher, and friend of Richard Wagner, traveled with her husband, Bernhard Forster, and a select group of blond-haired, blue-eyed Germans to the remote Paraguayan wilderness to found an Aryan colony she called Nueva Germania. In Forgotten Fatherland Ben Macintyre tracks down the descendants of this early racial experiment, still living in Nueva Germania and  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: History
Genoemd persoon: Elisabeth Förster-Nietzsche; Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche; Elisabeth Förster-Nietzsche; Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Ben Macintyre
ISBN: 9780307886446 0307886441
OCLC-nummer: 676726682
Beschrijving: xvii, 283 pages, 16 pages of plates : illustrations, map ; 21 cm
Verantwoordelijkheid: Ben Macintyre.

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In 1886 Elisabeth Nietzsche, sister of the famous philosopher, and friend of Richard Wagner, traveled with her husband, Bernhard Forster, and a select group of blond-haired, blue-eyed Germans to the remote Paraguayan wilderness to found an Aryan colony she called Nueva Germania. In Forgotten Fatherland Ben Macintyre tracks down the descendants of this early racial experiment, still living in Nueva Germania and breeding among themselves. Many have maintained the language. Customs, and ideals that first brought their ancestors over from Europe more than one hundred years ago. But Elisabeth Nietzsche's story does not end in Paraguay. A supremely dominating woman, she returned to Europe to take control of both her brother and his work until his death, and beyond. It was she who largely wrote Nietzsche's posthumous "masterwork," The Will to Power; invested Nietzsche with her own proto-Nazi views; and invented and organized the semi-mythical. Cult of his philosophy, projecting it into the new order emerging in war-torn Europe. Admirer of Mussolini, mentor to Hitler, she died just before the outbreak of the Second World War and was given a full Nazi funeral, attended by a tearful Fuhrer. Forgotten Fatherland re-creates the bizarre history and atmosphere of Nueva Germania, and contains startling revelations about the last days of Josef Mengele. A remarkable work of investigative journalism, shot through with. Waughian wit, Forgotten Fatherland will necessitate major reevaluations of the life and posthumous reputation of one of the most influential thinkers of the nineteenth century, and provides an illuminating portrait of a woman whose influence on the history of the twentieth century can only now be fully understood.

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