Ironically for a country that defeated Hitler, it was Britain that gave birth to Hitler’s malign influences, Malthusianism and eugenics. Under these influences the Great War was seen as a racial disaster; eugenicists saw the European races killing each other, to the benefit of the ‘lesser races’.Read More
About The Author
Ann Farmer, mother of three, grandmother of five and permanently disabled, is based in Woodford Green, Essex; a poet, illustrator, writer and pro-life feminist devoted to defending the natural family and the weakest in society from abortion and euthanasia.
She has published The Language of Life: Christians Facing the Abortion Challenge (St Pauls, 1995); Prophets & Priests: the Hidden Face of the Birth Control Movement (St Austin Press, 2002); By Their Fruits: Eugenics, Population Control, and the Abortion Campaign (CUAP, 2008); The Five Wounds (Gracewing, 2012); Chesterton and the Jews: Friend, Critic, Defender (Angelico Press, 2015); also ‘Socialism and Abortion’ in Swimming Against the Tide: Feminist Dissent on the Issue of Abortion (Ed. A. Kennedy) (Open Air, 1997).
She contributes to The Conservative Woman, Mercatornet and The Imaginative Conservative websites.
Author: Ann Farmer
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