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- Hilter's WW2 Female Monsters Exposed
- Narrated by: Charles Robert Fox
- Length: 2 hrs and 50 mins
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How could young women turn into vicious torturers and killers? How could a position of power turn women into monsters?
Many still see this part of history as taboo, but you must know the truth!
This audiobook takes you on a shocking and disturbing path through the tales of evil and the role that women played during Hitler's reign.
Did Irma’s childhood lead to these disturbing acts? And what about the other young ladies? Can history explain the evil mind of beautiful young women?
The history of the female Nazi is bizarre and unusual. As you discover the evil that prevailed, you may even be surprised to find yourself more empathetic toward the dark history of the Nazi culture.
Many male SS guards committed heinous crimes but were not given a death sentence. Why were three female guards given a death sentence for the same crimes men committed? Was evil expected of men but not women?
In Irma Grese: Hitler's WW2 Female Monsters Exposed, you'll discover:
- How sex played a role in Irma Grese's unequivocal evil.
- Why many continue to question how her childhood led to the horrific and inhumane acts of violence.
- The other she-devils of the Nazi regime and how their evil thrived when put in in a position of power.
- What Irma said when justice came knocking at her door and why the audience gasped.
- Shocking testimonies given by the victims of how she tortured them mentally, physically, and sexually.
- Why she was given the title “sadistic psychopath” and the “blonde beast”.
- Why Irma Grese's past can elicit shocking empathy from the listener.
- The science behind the evil.
- And much, much more!
We study history in order to prevent future atrocities. We must not let this happen again.
If you want to help protect our future, please don’t turn your back from the past. Click the "Buy Now" button and discover the hidden secrets of the female Nazi.
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- Miss Andrea M Hodgkinson
To say I enjoyed this is the wrong terminology. I found it interesting, horrifying, tragic & terrifying. I cannot imagine the horror experienced by the people locked up in these evil places, not only Jewish people but gypsies, disabled, anyone that didn’t fit with Hitlers ideology for a master race.
I find it particularly unsettling that women guards took part in the violence & cruelty in these death camps. I hope they rot in hell too.
This needs to be a lesson to everyone in the world, that we are all human. We must embrace our differences and never think that one demographic is better than another demographic.
gruesome and gripping
The book illustrates how sadistic individuals and regimes can manipulate some individuals to do truly horrific acts to innocent people. I see many folks in our present society who may be susceptible to such manipulation.
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- Rachel Erickson
Devoid of substance
It's as if the author read a synopsis of a different Irma Grese book and then expanded it into a 13 chapters. Of course, Grese was evil, vile, cruel, depraved, sadistic etc. but the entirety of this book is simply repeating those buzz words for 3 long hours. The narrator's bizarre and somewhat slurred delivery did not do any favors to improve the experience.
- Melinda Poppen
Super repetitive throughout and the narrator was stilted and awkward. The book was informational but felt like a lot was missing and just started repeating what was already discussed.