The aim of the Russian Military Historical Society is to come to terms with the suffering of civilian populations during the Second World War. On Friday the society published documents dealing with the expulsion of Germans from Poland after the war.
As a writer-researcher I constantly search for the one story that changes everything. Scanning an independent report I realised I had finally struck gold. According to Hawaii-based R. J. Rummel’s, Power, Genocide and Mass Murder, Journal of Peace Research, no less than 170 million people were butchered by government during the 20th Century.
One day an awakened United States will emerge from the Jewish chrysalis. Pennsylvania Avenue will then perhaps be renamed Elizabeth Dilling Avenue. Today, slumbering in their Jewish shroud, few Americans have heard of a lady who should replace the Statue of Liberty.
Invited to list the ten most important books of the 20th Century I certainly include The Fuhrer’s Proclamation to the German People. It is commonly thought that the Reich made a fatal blunder in attacking an unprepared defenceless Russia. If this is your view it is perfectly understandable; it is what you have been told to think.
In July, 2021, the world will mourn the 103 years of remembrance of the massacre of Imperial Russia’s Tsar Nicholas II and his family. In 1918, Europe’s most admired royal family, second in timescale only to the Hapsburg Empire, were herded by their Bolshevik captors into a basement in Yekaterinburg under the pretext that their photograph was to be taken.
June 14, 2021 marks the 80th anniversary of the day when the Soviet occupation regime took as slaves for the Gulags more than 15,000 thousand Latvian people from our country.
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).
Those weaned on state media know the English governing circle is morally superior to those of lesser race. It appears that only the Reich’s Germans were culpable of creating the ‘C’ word concentration camps.
The Jerusalem Post is reporting that after Israel’s ambassador to Ukraine condemned the honouring of alleged National Socialist (Nazi ‘collaborators’ sic) in the former Soviet republic, dozens of people rallied outside the Israeli Embassy in Kyiv demanding that Jews apologize and repent for their role in orchestrating the 1930s genocide during which over 10 million Ukrainians were murdered:
Three years after the end of World War II tens of thousands of German prisoners of war were still being detained in post-war Britain. In March 1946, angry that the government had not announced when they could be repatriated, the Labour MP Richard Stokes said the Germans were entitled to know their expected date of release.