[I have my own plans in this regard. But below are some important comments about this book. I have a copy. I will return to this topic. Jan]
This was a summary someone posted:
The Myth of German Villainy – by Benton L. Bradberry © 2012
Far from being the disturber of European peace, Germany served as a bulwark that prevented Communist revolutionaries from sweeping over Europe. The pity was that the United States and Britain did not see the Soviet Union in the same light, ultimately with disastrous consequences for the West.
The author believes that Britain and the United States joined the wrong side in the war and that things would have been far different had they backed the right horse. NB: General George S. Patton, US Army Commander in WW2, was quoted as saying the same thing!
About the Author
Benton L. Bradberry served as an officer and aviator in the U.S. Navy from 1955 to 1977, from near the beginning of the Cold War to near its end. His generation was inundated with anti-German propaganda and "Holocaust" lore. In his role as a naval officer and pilot, he was immersed in anti-Communist propaganda and the war psychosis of the Cold War era. He has had a life-long fascination with the history of this period and has read deeply into all aspects of it. He also saw much of Europe during his Navy years and has traveled widely in Europe since. A natural skeptic, he long ago began to doubt that the "propaganda" told the whole story. He has spent years researching "the other side of the story" and has now written a book about it. The author is a graduate of the Naval PostGraduate School in Monterey, California with a degree in Political Science and International Relations.