Now is that unique time of year when the British media begins the annual remembrance day poppy manhunt.
world war 2
Veterans of World War Two have taken part in events to mark the 70th anniversary of VJ Day, when Japan surrendered and the war ended.
“The international bankers manipulate wars and fund both sides at war, bringing the governments and people under deeper debt bondage. They have steadily enhanced their control of the globe and aim at establishing a one-world slave state, under their control…”
VT Writer Sherwood Ross explores the question in theatre form “Why did Fleet Admiral Isokuru Yamamoto, Japan’s brilliant naval strategist, and who could have retired, instead made the decision to participate in a world war he personally opposed?”
Today is the 70th anniversary of the great Dams Raid by Guy Gibson VC and 617 Squadron on the Mohne, Eder and Sorpe dams in Germany, so it is appropriate to honor these brave men. Although I am an Honorary Life Member of Bomber Command Association I have only ever met a couple of the guys who were on that raid, sadly no longer with us. They were wonderful people.
Medal of Honor Recipient and longtime Senator from Hawaii, Daniel K. Inouye, passed away on December 19, 2012 and his legacy of honorable, courageous and loyal service to this Nation should never be forgotten, as well as the extreme injustice the government of the United States inflicted on him, his family and tens of thousands of other Japanese Americans during World War 2.
French language presentation on the D Day landings. File is downloadable or may be embedded.
For centuries the history of Jews and Black Americans has been one of suffering and humiliation. Ironically, the moment their fortunes turned for the better, they began their new phase with shaming their own respective history. Once wounds on the human conscience, both have become either the perpetrators and instigators (Jews) or the tools (Blacks) in inflicting painful wounds on other peoples, particularly Muslims who, ironically, never had any role in their wretched past.
My addressees are eyewitnesses of World War II who know they live on borrowed time. It is emotionally consoling to them to be informed on how their country’s truthful history at long, long last unfolds.
COMMONWEALTH MILITARY CEMETERY By Gordon Duff STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor I had spent the evening before in Verona, half an hour east of Vicenza. Venice is only a few minutes the other direction, a quick run down the Autostrada. The first time I visited Venice, I was staying in Maestra, a town a few miles away. […]
ITALY IS DOWN AND TO THE LEFT SOMEWHERE, YOU CAN’T MISS IT By Gordon Duff STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor I am including one photo from Switzerland. I have a couple of good friends there, one a Vietnam veteran who has been hiding out there from the law for a long time. When I saw him last, […]
A TRUTHFUL HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE ON PALESTINE, THUS AGREEING WITH NOTHING ANYONE IS SAYING TODAY ‘THE JEWS’, BY GANDHI – FROM HARIJAN, NOVEMBER 26, 1938 Several letters have been received by me asking me to declare my views about the Arab-Jew question in Palestine and the persecution of the Jews in Germany. It is not without […]
BRITISH WARTIME FASCIST LEADER PROVEN MORE THAN HE SEEMED By Gordon Duff STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor Sir Oswald Moseley, baronet, 4th cousin of Queen Mother Elizabeth, was said to be the most hated man in England. Interned during the war along with his wife Diana for opposing Britain’s entry into World War II, Mosley was reviled […]
Bob Slone’s dream was to finally get the Purple Heart he deserved for wounds received in one of World War II’s bloodiest battles.
He nearly died on a ridge in Guam where his Marine unit had set up machine guns overlooking a dirt road occupied by Japanese troops.
What happened there — and on Guadalcanal and Peleliu and Okinawa — is the subject of The Pacific, a 10-part miniseries that begins on March 14 at 9 on HBO. Produced by Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg, who also collaborated on the WWII epics Saving Private Ryan and Band of Brothers, the miniseries dramatizes the Pacific campaign through the real-life stories of three Marines.
FEW AMERICANS KNEW OF ZINN, FEW KNOW WHAT WE HAVE LOST AND THE DOOM WE FACE By Gordon Duff STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor Silly obituaries of Howard Zinn are hitting the papers. He was a WW2 veteran, a historian and an “activist.” He is dead. Every time I open an email from the GOP or NRA […]