The Apocalypse details the life of Bertrand Sovare, a former Nazi, who is detained and put on trial for alleged political crimes. His ordeal, his recollections, his prejudices and hatreds, his impotence, his duel love and hatred of Adolf Hitler, and his conception of the nature of the German state constitute the main body of this work. Deeply philosophical and well researched for accuracy, The Apocalypse adds a new dimension to the experience of the Third Reich.
Edward DeLia is a philosopher and social scientist. He is a graduate of the City University of New York and holds graduate degrees from both Hofstra and Fordham Universities.