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Germany’s Dramatic Transformation—Prophesied!

Germany has made a stunning resurgence since World War II. Where is this leading?

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The Philadelphia Trumpet is a monthly newsmagazine. Unlike any other publication currently in circulation, it doesn’t just report the news - it explains why the news happens. It goes beyond analyzing current events, and dares to forecast what will happen in the months and years ahead. Articles address the meaning behind geopolitical shifts, economic trends and social conditions, showing where all these events are heading. How? The Trumpet uses the Holy Bible as its foundational resource: It is able to see sharply into the future, because it brings focus to information about world events through the dual lenses of biblical history and prophecy.

Many people are aware of the atrocities committed by Germany in World War ii, but would consider them ancient history. These people are completely unaware of the legacy that Adolf Hitler drew upon in creating his Nazi war machine. His was merely the latest resurrec­tion of a war-making empire with a long and bloody history. Did you know that the Bible prophesied of his regime—as well as the terrible emergence of one last resurrection in our day?

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