The Red Prussians

The Red Prussians : East German and Soviet Plans for Conquest of West Germany During the Cold War

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During the Cold War, East Germany planned for an eventual Red Dawn scenario directed at its neighbor and enemy West Germany. Based on declassified East German and Warsaw Pact archives, author Nevin Gussack explores East Berlin's war and occupation plans for their brethren in the West. East Germany also launched subversive operations against their brethren in the West, which included support for the local communist party, leftwing groups, and the peace movement; lobbying greedy industrialists and CSU/CDU politicians; and support for terrorist groups such as the Red Army Faction/Baader Meinhof Gang. Even more disturbing was East Berlin's sheltering and usage of ex-Nazis and support for pro-Soviet West German neo-Nazis. East Germany's relations with Nazism belied its anti-fascist, humanist image and revealed its Prussian, militarist core. The Red Prussians is an excellent companion to Nevin's book Red Dawn in more

Product details

  • Paperback | 58 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 3.56mm | 204.12g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514245256
  • 9781514245255
  • 1,395,573

About Nevin Gussack

Nevin Gussack is a professional librarian, political commentator, and writer. His works appeared on the webpages of the Center for Intelligence Studies, Accuracy in Media, Economy in Crisis, and He also appeared on America's Survival Roku television program, WEI's Make the Call radio program, and the veteran broadcaster Chuck Harder's radio program For the People. Nevin received a double major from the State University of New York at Albany in History and Political Science. Since that time, he also received two Master's Degrees in Social Studies Education from Florida Atlantic University and Library and Information Science from the University of South Florida. A native of New York, Nevin lives with his wife, daughter, and eight cheerful, chirping birds in more