Tag: damage

The Fate of a Passenger liner seized as a prize of war by the Soviets

After the defeat of the Workers Reich on May 8, 1945, the armies of the British, Soviet and American empires plundered everything they could lay their hands on. Soviet plunder of the defeated Reich included the seizing of the German-built transatlantic liner SS Berlin III. This super liner, after providing German workers with affordable Mediterranean cruises, in July 1939 was converted into a hospital ship and later evacuated thousands of troops and civilians fleeing the rapacious Red Army.

Sabotage blamed for massive railway disruption in Germany

Damaged – sabotaged communications cables halted rail traffic for nearly three hours in the northern part of the country Deutsche Bahn, Germany’s national railway company, said that an act of sabotage had affected its radio communications network on Saturday morning. The incident brought rail traffic in the northern part of the nation to a standstill and stopped trains to and from Denmark and the Netherlands.

Undertakers can’t cope with the unexplained deaths but the media is paid not to see the Elephant in the Room

Many will be the whispered homily: ‘Thank God I dodged the jab.’ Undertakers are run off their feet with abnormally high numbers of Australians dying – and it’s not Covid.  Melbourne undertaker Martin Masson sees an increase in 40-60 aged deaths Doctors claim to be unsure as to the reason that more are dying but are concerned it mirrors the UK.