I recall a news media story in the 1960s that recorded a remarkable event that shocked into silence the dwindling numbers who allowed themselves to believe the propaganda of the three victorious empires who cast Adolf Hitler as ‘evil incarnate’.
Hans Massaquoi grew up in National Socialist Greater Germany made up of Austria, Germany, Sudetenland, and the Saar). 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.
In his own words former German President-Chancellor Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) places on record the blueprint from which he and the German Workers National Socialist Party created the Third Reich (1933-1945).
The League of Extraordinary Revisionists Presents The German Story The German Way, a fascinating Interview and discussion with German Survivors of Allied Atrocities Rosemarie and Karin in July 2016, by Diane King.
RAF Air Vice-Marshal ‘Johnnie’ Johnson who died in January 2001 was no doubt an exceptional gallant and skilful fighter pilot having been credited with shooting down 38 enemy fighters.
Despite nearly 100 years of vitriol, scorn and distortion, Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf (My Struggle) continues to be a worldwide bestseller. In fact, one worldwide survey disclosed that the Holy Bible was running second to the European social reformer’s self-assessment of his struggle to win mankind’s hearts and minds.
It’s good that the UK Government has pardoned thousands of Army deserters who enlisted in the British armed forces during World War II. These include 7,000 British-born Irish volunteers. Of course, no army can allow desertion.
The hour of the decisive battle for the future of the German nation has arrived. For three hundred years it has been the aim of the British and French rulers to obstruct every real consolidation of Europe and, above all, to hold Germany in weakness and impotency. For this purpose France alone has declared war on Germany thirty-one times in the course of two centuries.
There is one good saying that perfectly characterises the attitude of Britain towards its allies: ‘Britain has no permanent enemies and permanent friends, it has only constant interests.’
Trivial incidents of wars are often more important than the unfolding chain of events. For example:
“This raid on the night of May 11 1940, although in itself trivial, was an epoch-marking event since it was the first deliberate breach of the fundamental rule of civilised warfare that hostilities must only be waged against the enemy combatant forces.”