Who started bombing civilians First?

By: Nicholas Kollerstrom The Blitz on London in 1940 came in response to the initiation of city bombing by Britain some months earlier. Few now accept this rudimentary fact, central to Britain’s role in initiating World War II. Britons nowadays – or, all of them that I ever talk to – just see the Blitz … Continue reading Who started bombing civilians First?

Dresden Remembrance Day: February 13-15, 1945

This weekend let us remember, and say a prayer, if you are so inclined, for all the innocent victims of the Allied terror bombing campaigns. I, personally will never forget what they did to so many innocent men, women and children, and I will continue to remind as many people as I can until the … Continue reading Dresden Remembrance Day: February 13-15, 1945

The Allied Plot to “Drench” Germany in Poison Gas

By: Mike King Editor's Note: If you don't know who Mike King is please go to his website and support him here. Mike's book, The Bad War, which was banned on Amazon, received hundreds of amazing positive reviews before being taken down, and then recently, all of his books were unfairly removed from Amazon. He … Continue reading The Allied Plot to “Drench” Germany in Poison Gas

Allied Terror Bombing of German Cities During WWII

When people think of the Allied bombing of Germany, “Dresden” automatically springs to mind, surely not Wesel, Nürnberg or Würzburg or the hundreds of other obliterated German towns and cities. While people uselessly debate the death toll at Dresden, attention is diverted from the 45,000 to 50,000 civilians murdered in the bombing of Hamburg, the … Continue reading Allied Terror Bombing of German Cities During WWII

Eisenhower’s Starvation order

By: James Bacque Never had so many people been put in prison. The size of the Allied captures was unprecedented in all history. The Soviets took prisoner some 3.5 million Europeans, the Americans about 6.1 million, the British about 2.4 million, the Canadians about 300,000, the French around 200,000. Uncounted millions of Japanese entered American … Continue reading Eisenhower’s Starvation order

The Unknown History of the 1939 German-Polish Conflict

Editor's note: An excellent article recommended to me by a reader. The source is the excellent website: Wintersonnenwende.com. They have a lot of information not found on most revisionist websites, particularly on German-Polish relations and history. A Brief Synopsis By W. R. (Name initialized by The Scriptorium for security reasons.)This digitized version © 2002-2020 by The … Continue reading The Unknown History of the 1939 German-Polish Conflict

The U.S. and Britain Helped Cover Up the Katyn Forest Massacre

Editor's Note: This article should silence all those people who think that Hitler had to be stopped after he invaded Poland. "He is a war monger who wants to take over the world" the Jewish press stated repeatedly. France, Britain and the U.S. told Poland "we have your back", and gave them free reign to … Continue reading The U.S. and Britain Helped Cover Up the Katyn Forest Massacre

The Shock of Awakening

Editor's Note: The following was submitted by Robert Penman, from Australia. Robert has been corresponding with me for the past several weeks, mainly sharing his brilliant art work that he has allowed me to use in the articles I post here. On this 75th anniversary of VE Day I thought it would be a nice … Continue reading The Shock of Awakening

The Truth About World War II Is Beginning To Emerge 74 Years Later

Original Source: Paul Craig Roberts 11/19/2019 https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2019/11/19/the-truth-about-world-war-ii-is-beginning-to-emerge-74-years-later/ “The Lies About World War II” (https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2019/05/13/the-lies-about-world-war-ii/) is my most popular column of the year. It is a book review of David Irving’s Hitler’s War and Churchill’s War, the first volumn of Irving’s three volume biography of Winston Churchill. A person does not know anything about WW II … Continue reading The Truth About World War II Is Beginning To Emerge 74 Years Later

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