Hitler's Priestess Goodrick-Clarke—One of the most remarkable figures of postwar National Socialism is Savitri Dêvi, who played an amazing role in the revival of the Hitler movement and was one of the founders of the World Union of National Socialists. Returning to a war-torn Europe from India-where she had gone in 1932 to immerse herself in ancient Aryan tradtions-she became a missionary of the Hitler faith to the German Fatherland. Imprisoned by occupation authorities, she continued her personal witness, writing, teaching and inspiring. Here is the fascinating story of this most unusual woman. Illus. 269p-hc