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“When asked if his father may have thought the collision was an assassination attempt, Woodring’s son said, ‘Well, you know, he always had his thoughts possibly that it could have been.’"
How a chemical weapons disaster in World War II led to a U.S. cover-up—and a new cancer treatment
Written by Faris Cassell
Who were the airmen in John Swope’s famous photograph of the Omori prison camp?
Written by Michael McCarthy
Book Review: Beyond Valor: A World War II Story of Extraordinary Heroism, Sacrificial Love, and a Race against Time, Jon Erwin and William Doyle....
Commentary by Jonas E. Alexis Jonas E. Alexis: It’s always a pleasure to read Vladislav Krasnov’s work. The following article is quite long, but it...
“Admiration and respect arose from his experiences in the war. Hitler repeatedly referred to the toughness of the British, as he had experienced it at the front.”
During World War II, the U.S. government detained hundreds of German, Italian and Japanese diplomats in luxury internment camps
“Dresden's old timber-framed houses were, one by one, succumbing to the fire, and most of the wreckage was landing on top of the cellars that people were using as shelters. Trapped in what were effectively ovens, they slowly roasted to death."
Warsaw was liberated by Soviet forces 75 years ago today — and Polish officials have cloaked the pivotal event in myths ever since. Yet, newly-released historical documents help shed some light on the truth.
The six-million lie is “the biggest and most pernicious and persistent lie in all of history.”
“Two years later, in 1891, we read about the sorry state of ‘Russia’s population of 5,000,000 to 6,000,000 Jews,’ and of ‘the fact that about six millions persecuted and miserable wretches’ still cling to their religion, against all odds.’”
Christopher Hitchens: “The Holocaust has become a secular religion, with state support in the form of a national museum.”
"When Alexander Solzhenitsyn began work on a book called 200 Years Together, he was criticized for what touching this taboo issue. His own comments to the press didn’t help the matter, claiming two-thirds of the Cheka (secret police) in Ukraine were Jewish…."
This story has never been told, till now
“Mr. Irving’s constant references to archives, diaries and letters, and the overwhelming amount of detail in his work, suggest objectivity."
How a ruse to keep German pilots confused gave the Vitamin-A-rich vegetable too much credit
The technocrats will admit that Stalin was a bad guy and that he did kill millions, but they will sweep that aside and focus on the “Holocaust uniqueness.” As one historian and Zionist friend once told me, “Sometimes you have to make a deal with the devil to defeat real evil like the Nazis.” My only response was, “Oh, I see.”
“Roosevelt was a duplicitous, lying son of a bitch. He lied this country into a war that was totally avoidable. If he’s the model of the American Presidency in the world we live in now, God help us. The Mythology that surrounds this guy is enough to make you puke. And don’t ever forget it.“
"The fastest way to get expelled from a British university is by saying you are looking at chemical evidence for how Zyklon was used in World War II, with a discussion of how delousing technology functioned in the German World War II labour camps."
The people who are pushing the Holocaust fable cannot face the fact that the Soviet Union was far worse than what happened in Nazi Germany.
National Inventors Hall of Fame Museum installs fully-restored Landing Craft Vehicle or Higgins Boat in the courtyard outside of museum in Alexandria, Virginia.
The New York Times bestselling author of The Liberator and Avenue of Spies returns with an utterly immersive, adrenaline-driven account of D-Day combat.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki obviously sent an ultimatum to the Holocaust Establishment (HE), which basically says that his country will never pay “Holocaust” restitution precisely because Poland was largely the victim during World War II.
Who won World War II? The quick answer is that it wasn’t the average person in England or America or Germany or Poland or France or Italy or Japan.
“And now we take our revenge on the Germans for all their despicable acts committed against us. We’re being allowed to do what we please with the German scoundrels. German mothers shall rue the day they gave birth to a son. May German mothers now feel the horrors of war firsthand."
Giles MacDonogh: “A Russian lieutenant walked into a barber’s shop and proceeded to rape the [German] cashier in front of the customers.”