‘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….’
In American-occupied Germany, media-blitzed show trials still take place against those people who it is alleged committed crimes during ‘Nazism’. Those arrested and dragged before the courts are invariably those who were teenage conscripts at the time.
THE THIRD REICH’S architectural triumphs, Olympic events and trade exhibitions, were extravagantly adorned by the most stunning sculptures. These splendours have since been destroyed and their records airbrushed out of the history books by the victors of World War II. For this reason, the names and works of the greatest sculptors in history may be better known and appreciated in 2,000 years than they are today.
You asked for someone who had lived in Hitler’s Germany to tell you what it was like. Permit me, someone, who lived under the Swastika flag from 1935, when the Saar was reunited with Germany, to 1945, to give a short answer.
Of the hundreds of epic escape stories that occurred during World War II, it is the banalest like The Great Escape that is turned into movies. It appears that only two, As Far as my Feet will Carry me and The One That Got Away (there were many) were made into movies.
On its release, Stevie Spielberg’s Band of Brothers movie came under fire and received numerous direct hits fired by credible critics. Still living British World War Two veterans and military historians supported the objections. Many of the lurid claims made in the movie were denounced as ‘a fantasy, a total travesty from beginning to end, a pack of lies and a vainglorious re-writing of history.’
No names no pack drill but an acquaintance volunteered to transport pro-National Socialist literature into Allied-Occupied Germany. My friend either had too much backbone or too little awareness of the penalties for such ‘crimes against the state’.
In several federal states of East Germany, thousands of people again spoke out against the energy policy of the authorities, inflation and the government’s position in the conflict in Ukraine, reports Das Erste.
Many thousands of pro-Russian demonstrators gathered in front of the Bundestag in Berlin on Saturday to protest against the policy of the German authorities, they demand the lifting of anti-Russian sanctions and access to cheap energy from Russia, an RIA Novosti correspondent reports.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is applauded as the redeemer of Russia. However, genuine historians are dismayed by Putin’s endorsement of the holocaust narrative which may be rooted in simple diplomacy as questioning the 6 million narratives is what Professor Faurisson described as ‘the poor man’s atom bomb.’