Feedback and Comments

The purpose of this website is to gather together in one place, outstanding articles from revisionist authors who have in some way, exposed the real truth about what really happened in World War II.

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9 thoughts on “Feedback and Comments

  1. I don’t know if something about Calais, normandy has been brought up. The whole “invasion” doesn’t make a shred of sense to me. Not from a logistics standpoint. Not from a logistical standpoint. Why would eisenhower get these guys to scale cliffs, and such, when the “allies” could have gone farther west, lets say farther down brittany, past Brest, around the Lorient area? This whole things sounds like the suspicious battle of gettysburg. Why would Lee agree to bring his forces to a completely meaningless field in Pennsylvania? Again, no logistics, or strategic reason for this location whatsoever. Is it an intention ceremonial sacrifice ritual. Here is what I call it. A mock sacrifice. It has the smell of the roman empire, greek oracles, rituals about it. Both of ’em.

  2. I thought General Vandegrift the 18th Commadant of the Marine Corps got seriously dishonored by Richart Frank.

    At the MN WW 2 roundtable, I was able to ask Frank about General Vandegrift’s comment that Earhart died on Saipan after being picked up by the Japanese.

    Alexander A. Vandegrift, told Fred Goerner [author, The Search for Amelia Earhart] that AE had been captured by the Japanese and died on Saipan.

    I see it has 6,000 views.

    You can see me at 1.33.20 in

  3. I found your wonderful through 3 months ago or so. He had mentioned this site in a video,and said that it is a fantastic place for information on WW2. I agree its a great site…..Thank You….
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