Month: April 2021

The riddle of one photo

Allach porcelain collectors are aware of Heinrich Hoffmann’s photograph taken in Obersalzberg on April 20, 1944, in which Heinrich Himmler presents Allach figures to Adolf Hitler for his 55th birthday. This is one of the most “quoted” photographs when it comes to the Allach factory. And here’s the first question I want to ask: “How many figurines are on the table?”

Fines 114,000 for not paying television tax

From its London bunkers the Westminster regime claimed in a recent policy announcement that it plans to toughen the maximum sentences for illegally entering the UK. Michael Walsh, who since 1968 has been actively opposing migration into the United Kingdom is cynical: ‘not a week let alone a year has passed since my political genesis in which the same empty promise has been thrown to the distressed and dispossessed real descendants of the British islands.’

The Island of 5,000 years

An ancient tomb, described by archaeologists as ‘untouched’ and ‘highly unusual’ has been discovered on the Dingle Peninsula in Co Kerry, Ireland. The tomb was uncovered in recent days during land improvement works being carried out by a farmer.

April 25 War of the Worlds

Unique archival photographs of Soviet commanders during a meeting with the Allies are published today on the website of the Russian Ministry of Defense in the section ‘Meeting on the Elbe: Unknown Pages’, the press service of the military department.

The Woman Who Destroyed Women

Sue Ellen Browder wrote fake news before fake news was ever a thing. Browder, a Cosmopolitan magazine writer for 20 years, describes what she wrote as crude propaganda. The intention was to sell women on the idea that sexual liberation is the path to woman’s personal fulfilment.