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American historian John Toland: The Japanese "poured a billion dollars into the bandit-infested, sparsely populated territory [Manchuria], and maintained such law and order along the railroads that hundreds of thousands of Japanese, Chinese and Korean traders and settlers flooded into the area."
“The Holocaust is self-evident, after all: everyone knows that six million Jews were gassed, above all in Auschwitz. And yet, precisely in the past twenty to twenty-five years this claim has become ever more questionable.
The Holocaust establishment is intellectually and historically deteriorating. The reason is simple: you either ally with the truth or the truth will eventually break you.
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...by Jonas E. Alexis Finally some people at the Washington Post have some common sense to say things that are almost unprintable. The Post has...
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...by Jonas E. Alexis Trump’s relentless Tom-and-Jerry fight with Kim Jung-un was never going to escalate into a nuclear war. Trump, for his part, obviously...
…by Jonas E. Alexis and Mark Dankof Jonas E. Alexis: We have touched on quite a number of issues with regard to the Pearl Harbor...
Studying history, as we all know, is sometimes not a pleasant enterprise. It can bring to light painful wounds and memories. Yet it is largely through a study of history that the present can make more sense.
Zundel never wrote the booklet "The Hitler We Loved and Why." “Nor did he publish it," says Ingrid Rimland.
"Professional historians ought not to surrender their territory so easily. We must do our best to raise the public awareness of the past in all its richness and complexity."
If Churchill and his henchmen could end up blowing that place up and blame it on Germany, then decent Americans would have no choice but to engage in a bloody war.
Churchill: “I am strongly in favour of using poisoned gas against uncivilized tribes. The moral effect should be so good that the loss of life should be reduced to a minimum.”