Swastika Night by Katharine Burdekin

About the Book

Set around 700 years after WWII this intelligent, feminist, and thankfully fictional novel is unforgettable. The author portrays a world where women are treated as subhuman as Hitler winning the war might have envisioned. The book begins with its entire study of, “What if Hitler was God?” Knight von Hess gives a disillusioned England his greatest of gifts which becomes the gospel of all people. They begin believing women are only useful for breeding and in no church other than where ‘God the Thunderer’ is sung in Adolf’s image, “The only man not born of a woman, but exploded!” From the skies this novel sets its sight, hoping people look there for answers instead of up to man.

Genre: 1930s
Tag: DN
Publisher: The Feminist Press at CUNY
Publication Year: 1993
ASIN: 0935312560
ISBN: 0935312560
List Price: $15.95
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