Subtitled 'The Occult and the Nazi Party', this was a hugely influential pioneering work on the subject. Francis King was the premier populariser of occult history for the mainstream reader, in the 1960s and 1970s. In this work, which is not entirely accurate at points but is nonetheless solid in large part, explores the influence of occultism on the Nazi party and its leadership. For those interested in the occult history of the Nazis, this book is an important contribution to the development of an understanding of the subject. This vividly-covered paperback copy is itself a work of art of the time.


Aylesbury: Mayflower (Granada Publishing), 1976. Pulp paperback, 288 pages.



Satan and Swastika - Francis King