Hans Massaquoi grew up in National Socialist Germany. Born on January 19, 1926 in Hamburg where his grandfather had been Liberian consul general, Hans experienced Hitler’s rise to power and life in Germany during the war.
It is commonly thought that the buying and selling of human beings, who are then used as their owner wishes, is a thing of the past.
No longer a matter of speculation or dismissed as propaganda, the internet uncontrolled by the government-approved palace publishers and the mainstream press is pulling back the curtains on the scale of mayhem, murder, atrocities and rape by the victorious Allied armies of World War II.
In obedience to the political situation, Anne Frank’s half-sister Eva Schloss doubted the authenticity of the Soviet photographs from the Red Army overrun Auschwitz German labor camp, although these photographs and their history have long been accepted as genuine.
The standard of living and quality of life in Hitler’s Third Reich was far superior to elsewhere in the developed world.
Originally posted on Europe Renaissance:
IN TRIBUTE R.I.P Rosemarie Rohrbach: Passed to the other side January 2023: IN TRIBUTE TO ROSEMARY: ‘You are not going on your own and nor will you be on your own. You are and always will be in just the other room. We…
Where mass demonstrations failed and insurrection was found wanting many a regime was brought crashing to the ground by ridicule. The royal houses of Britain could shrug off criticism by the bucketful but what the ruling elite fear most is ridicule.
A Russian replica of Medieval the Holy Land was Created Near Moscow’s New Jerusalem Monastery. Russian Palestine was conceived as a means to capture the Holy Land, otherwise inaccessible to an ordinary Russian person of the seventeenth century.
‘The entire metropolis of this once-great European city presented a vision of what the inner earth must appear to be. The sounds of the howling winds feeding the flames competed with the deafening crackle of thousands of fires. Explosions filled the air. Tar on the roads changed into liquid form and in ripples moved in whatever direction the incline directed it to do so….’
‘A long line of such incidents parades before my mind: the story of our Marines firing on unarmed Japanese survivors who swam ashore on the beach at Midway. The accounts of our machine-gunning prisoners on a Hollandia airstrip; of the Australians pushing captured Japanese soldiers out of transport planes which were taking them south over the New Guinea mountains (the Aussies reported them as committing hara-kiri or ‘resisting’‘).