WWII

WWII veterans travel to northern Russia to mark 75th anniversary of heroic Arctic Convoys

WWII veterans travel to northern Russia to mark 75th anniversary of heroic Arctic Convoys

 Veterans of the World War II and diplomatic officials from nine different countries arrived in the Russian northern port city of Arkhangelsk to mark the 75th anniversary of the first Arctic Convoy, which delivered essential supplies to the USSR during the war. Arctic Convoys was one of the toughest and most courageous WWII missions, involving […]

New Details Surface on Loss of WWII USS Indianapolis

New Details Surface on Loss of WWII USS Indianapolis

Saturday, July 30, marks the 71st anniversary of the sinking of the World War II Cruiser USS Indianapolis (CA 35). The plight of the crew after the loss of the ship was dramatically retold by Actor Robert Shaw in the 1975 blockbuster motion picture Jaws and has since become the stuff of legend parts of […]

Crimea Referendum – One Law for All, Only if the West Says So

Crimea Referendum – One Law for All, Only if the West Says So

– Ferris – Self-determination often does not mean that people had the right to make a decision the winners didn’t like. Once again Russia has called the bluff of those with blood on their own hands, which is exactly why the Western backed government is now seeking to hide that blood behind howls of protest and the rhetoric of American politicians. Double standards double the problem, and always have.

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