George Fabian is an investigative historian, lecturer, and writer. A graduate cum laude of Charles University in Prague, he received multidisciplinary instruction that included all facets of Marxism and the art of critical reading and interpretation of documents. Subsequently he pursued advanced education and research in Germany, the United States, and Canada. Coming of age, he has honed his analytical skills as military intelligence specialist, archivist, crusading journalist, businessman, commodity trader, and university professor lecturing in modern European history. Karl Marx Prince of Darkness is his first book in English, the product of nine years of research and writing. His current projects include a study on the life and work of Franz Kafka as well as a sequel to Marx, on Lenin and the infancy of 20th century communism.
Amid some 20,000 titles on Marx, this ranks as one of the most comprehensive and subversive studies of him. The reader learns for the first time here that:
The book also offers intersecting human-touch stories of Marx’s dark self, his family, friends and contemporaries.
After some 20,000 titles and counting on Marx, the reader learns for the first time here that:
*The most comprehensive account thus far of Marx and the origins of Marxism, the book also offers intersecting human-touch stories of interest to any history buff of his family, friends and contemporaries
The closing sections also trace an unprecedented image makeover, which eventually transformed the self-appointed gravedigger of civilization Marx into its savior.
*Among other startling findings, Marx betrayed comrades to German police for political gain and money, wrote Das Kapital heavily under the influence of drugs, and grossly abused his youngest daughter Eleanor. The book also traces an unprecedented image makeover, which eventually transformed the self-appointed gravedigger of civilization Marx into its savior.