Pforzheim: the Dresden nobody knows about

Original source: https://www.dw.com/en/pforzheim-the-dresden-nobody-knows-about/a-18274739 At the 70th anniversary of the Allied bombing of Dresden, even the German president showed up. In Pforzheim, a site of comparable destruction, no high-rankers were present - just people out to promote peace. After listening to 22 minutes of church bells, the noise can get to you. However, on this rain-soaked … Continue reading Pforzheim: the Dresden nobody knows about

Herald of the Victors’ Shame: James Bacque, 1929-2019

Original Source: John Wear writing for the Inconvenient History. James Bacque died peacefully on September 13, 2019, surrounded by his family after suffering multiple strokes. His wife Elisabeth says James was lucid and listening to the end, and that his sense of humor never failed him. Bacque had a long literary career as a journalist, … Continue reading Herald of the Victors’ Shame: James Bacque, 1929-2019

Adolf Hitler’s Army of Mankind Vs. Allied Racial Hypocrisy

Editor's Note:  The following article is massive!  It clearly argues the opposite of what we were brainwashed to believe about Hitler and Nazi Germany (they were rabid racists while the Allies were much more inclusive).  Surprisingly, or not so surprisingly the opposite is of course true.  The SS for example, was a multi-national force of many … Continue reading Adolf Hitler’s Army of Mankind Vs. Allied Racial Hypocrisy

Holocaust in Dresden: City Wiped Off the Map

Editor's note:  Here is an original news article published in Australia shortly after the Dresden bombing.  Notice the use of the term Holocaust to describe the destruction and devastation.  The Jewish hijacking of the term is one more example of the projection of their own evil on to the Germans. The article mentions the massive … Continue reading Holocaust in Dresden: City Wiped Off the Map

Behind An Eye for An Eye: Revenge, Hate and History

Original source: http://www.ihr.org/jhr/v20/v20n1p-9_Sack.html Three years ago I was scheduled to speak at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. The speech was announced in this brochure and also on the Internet. But then the Museum canceled it. For the next forty-five minutes, I'll say here what I'd planned to say at the Holocaust Museum, and then, just … Continue reading Behind An Eye for An Eye: Revenge, Hate and History

Revisiting the “Good War’s” Aftermath: Emerging Truth in an Ocean of Myth

The following article was written by Dwight D. Murphey, after he reviewed the book: After the Reich: The Brutal History of the Allied Occupation by Giles MacDonogh.  After reviewing the book, he was so moved by the research of the author that he decided to investigate further.  The following is his review, and own insights … Continue reading Revisiting the “Good War’s” Aftermath: Emerging Truth in an Ocean of Myth

What They Did to Nazi Germany was Simply Horrible

Above Image: In a painting by a German artist of the time, innocent civilians and war refugees get turned to toast in Dresden by the allied firestorm bombing in February, 1945 when the war was pretty much over. About 130,000 people died horribly for absolutely no reason. Up to a million German civilians might have … Continue reading What They Did to Nazi Germany was Simply Horrible