About Persecutors and Persecuted People: Lessons learnt from by Roland Fakler

By Roland Fakler

A severe history-book and a contribution to the enlightenment. Translated from the German textual content via the Author.
Why “great humans” in global historical past grew to become persecutors or why they have been persecuted. one other disagreeable fact approximately man.

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