Japan’s Defense Ministry will decide by next summer whether it needs to stock offensive weapons, in what may be the first such decision since the end of World War Two, local media said Saturday.
Sputnik/Moscow: The new BBC television drama, “SS-GB,” tells the fictional story of the Nazi occupation of Britain during the Second World War. Adapted from the novel of the same name by Len Deighton, the story ponders the dilemma faced by British police detective, Douglas Archer (played by Sam Riley), in working for his country’s […]
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 […]
While most people in their 90s are slowing down, Ernie Andrus embarked on a journey that most people wouldn’t contemplate undertaking even in the prime of their life. Andrus ran over 4,000km from the US Pacific coast to the Atlantic Ocean. Andrus’ first steps on the epic journey were made in San Diego in […]
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 […]
The Russophobic orgy needs to stop.
It is a truly excellent piece of writing and does a great job of drawing back the curtain to expose the truth behind Hitler’s rise to power and the creation of Nazi Germany.
Jim W. Dean – We have a Memorial Day special for you, an updated gem from the VT archives, one of the greatest air combat stories that we have, one of only two air combats where two Medals of Honor were awarded to the crew.
Divers off the coast of the Italian island of Sardinia have located the sunken wreck of a British World War II submarine more than 70 years after it disappeared without a trace with 71 crew on board.
In May 1945, the Red Army, or more specifically soldiers of the 3rd Ukrainian Front and the 1st Byelorussian Front raised the red banner over the Reichstag in the centre of Berlin and brought the European theatre of ww2 to a close.
Jim W. Dean – That Russia would have a greater passion for WWII’s remembrance is obvious with its 20 to 25 million dead. A long list of Soviet cities had more KIA’s that the US lost during the entire war.
Recent polls showing that Americans and Europeans are ignorant of the Soviet Union’s key role in the victory over Nazism are symptomatic of a postmodern disregard for historical facts, and a desire to portray modern Russia as a threat, US journalist Srdja Trifkovic told Radio Sputnik. Recent opinion polls conducted by Sputnik in the US and Europe […]
Persecution of the Righteous
Vladimir Terekhov – The Seoul agreement may serve as opening of the “Pandora’s box” for Tokyo.
Katherine Frisk – BRICS, Colour Revolutions and how we got to this World War Three.
Jim W. Dean – We share an unusual Christmas story of Edith Warner, the gentle soul of Los Alamos who was loved by the bomb makers for her chocolate cake and for what she taught them about her love for the ancient land and its people.
Jim W. Dean – Western leaders came off looking like heels today, with so many Western leaders stiffing the Chinese in not attending.
Jim W. Dean – Bill has done one last service to Los Alamos and to us all. If you want to say thank you, do it while you are still alive. Here is his “message in a bottle” to us now.
Jim W. Dean…Uri brings us another of his historical perspectives on how a bad peace guarantees a new war with more death and destruction.
As a proud patriot, Brooklyn-born Dan Nadel enlisted in the U.S. army right after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. But there was another force driving him to battle — his Jewish faith.
Happy Memorial Day! Before you dig in to your cheeseburger, fresh off the grill at your Memorial Day picnic, take a moment to watch this video and give thanks to the generations of veterans who have sacrificed so much to protect our freedom.
Ulson Gunnar – The monumental sacrifices of the Russian people during World War II are being marginalized
Jim W. Dean… Of the 22 kamikaze planes that attacked the Laffey off Okinawa, six hit the ship, with four carrying bombs in an 80-minute battle… and yes, it did not sink.
Jim W. Dean…”This recent surprising discovery of what is being called Germany’s WWII nuclear bomb facility seems to raise more questions than it answers.”
Under clear blue skies, 15 survivors of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor gathered at the National World War II Memorial to see their service of 73 years ago recognized.
– “In the German race there is nothing but evil. Use force and break the racial pride of these German women. Take them as your lawful booty. Kill!” – Ilya Ehrenberg, Jewish propagandist in the Stalin regime.
– Hollande gave the impression that, had he been around in 1944, he would have been on the side of the Free French, not Vichy.
– 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.
– A WWII Fifty Year Secrecy Classification Buries 580 Families at Sea
– Orage…”Jules Vernes inspired many a young boy to dream of star travel and powerful machines. What novelists imagined, scientists set out to bring into reality…”