SummaryIs the economic crisis Germany’s chance to achieve what it didn’t through World War II, that is, to dominate Europe? Is the economy the “battlefield” and the banking system the main weapon? Germany is Europe’s most powerful country today; but how is it going to take advantage of it?
“The Haber Rule” is a novel based on a simple but important discovery by German-Jewish chemist Fritz Haber (1918 Nobel Prize winner), the father of the “Zyklon B” poisonous gas, through which the Nazis exterminated millions of people sharing his own religion. It tells a story starting in 1945 in half-destroyed Munich and ending in 2012 in Thessaloniki, Greece, stopping along the way in Barcelona, Zurich, Brussels, Krumpendorf, and Rome.
The plot, relying on both historical facts and legends, comprises a multitude of elements: still-gaping World War II wounds, such as the “Wehrmacht Children” and babies born in the notorious “Lebensborn” communities, where the SS were striving to create their Aryan race; the role of the occultist beliefs of Hitler’s followers as well as of symbols like the Spear of Longinus, their leader’s Holy Grail, which still enchant and inspire their modern successors or imitators: the heads of various extreme rightist groups becoming more and more influential in today’s Europe, where the number of official pro-German organizations founded in crisis-hit countries is constantly growing…
A novel with characters living in our time, but forced to return to the past, in search of evidence that interprets the present, and maybe predicts the future as well.
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