A little bit of a delay on this one, guys! Sorry about that. This mostly had to do with the new Patreon I've set up (remember to check out that Patreon button at the bottom of the page if you want to see what your support means/gets you).
Anyway, for those of you who enjoyed my most recent episode (and surprisingly popular) Werewolves of the Fourth Reich and are curious what the multitudes of sources were that I made use of, you're probably not alone. History Impossible crossed into Carlin/Cooper territory when it came to length and that required several books and sources, many of which I'd recommend for anyone looking to expand their knowledge on the subject even further. So without further ado, let's get into it.
Oh and for the record, I try to order these sources based on the amount I made use of them in the episode. Obviously, this is an imperfect system, but this isn't any sort of qualitative ranking. I recommend all of these books for anyone interested in this (and any) subject.
1. Perry Biddiscombe, The Last Nazis: SS Werewolf Guerrilla Resistance in Europe 1944-1947, 2000
2. Gavriel D. Rosenfeld, The Fourth Reich: The Specter of Nazism from World War II to Present, 2019
3. Eric Kurlander, Hitler's Monsters: A Supernatural History of the Third Reich, 2017
4. Charles Whiting, Werewolf: The Story of the Nazi Resistance Movement, 1996
5. Claudia Koonz, The Nazi Conscience, 2003
6. David Livingstone Smith, Less Than Human: Why We Demean, Enslave, and Exterminate Others, 2011
7. Lorraine Boissoneault, "The Nazi Werewolves Who Terrorized Allied Soldiers At The End of WWII", Smithsonian Magazine, 2018 (great general write up on the subject)