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FDR’s Anti-Colonial Vision for the Post-War World: ‘As He Saw It’ Revisited
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FDR’s Anti-Colonial Vision for the Post-War World: ‘As He Saw It’ Revisited
April 12, 2020

The 75th Anniversary of the passing of American President Franklin Delano Roosevelt should give the world a chance to revisit the immortal life and courage of the man whom decades of revisionism have turned into a popular aristocratic cartoon character.

Dresden Terror Bombing, Like Hiroshima, a Maniacal Warning to Moscow
February 17, 2020

There is good reason to believe that the rationale for the obliteration of Dresden was for one rather sinister reason. It wasn’t so much an act of terror aimed at Nazi Germany, but rather a show of maniacal power to the Soviet Union.

Dresden Terror Bombing, Like Hiroshima, a Maniacal Warning to Moscow
History
Was the 1945 Yalta Conference a Mirage?
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Was the 1945 Yalta Conference a Mirage?
February 4, 2020

The relatively smooth waters of cooperation between FDR, Churchill, and Stalin at Yalta concealed roiling cross currents beneath the glistening surface which some historians like to emphasise. These rip tides were quick to erupt in the last weeks of the war.

From Colluding With Hitler Against the USSR to an Anti-Hitler Coalition
December 26, 2019

Regardless of the anti-Soviet rhetoric coming out of the London salons, the British increasingly realised that the USSR was the only Old World country capable of providing them with real help in their fight against Hitler.

From Colluding With Hitler Against the USSR to an Anti-Hitler Coalition
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On Churchill’s ‘Sinews of Peace’
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On Churchill’s ‘Sinews of Peace’
November 24, 2019

Let us not continue to remain shackled in despair and inaction but rather realise that there is a great opportunity still for the Century of the Common Man.

The World Turned Upside Down
October 13, 2019

Now history is repeating itself, except this time the Saudis are going to be its losers not its winners. The world is about to turn upside down again.

The World Turned Upside Down
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Who Lost World War II? The West
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Who Lost World War II? The West
September 3, 2019

The two wars between 1914 and 1945 may be seen as the Great Civil War of the West, the Thirty Years War of Western Civilization that culminated in the loss of all the Western empires and the ultimate conquest of the West by the liberated peoples of their former colonies.

The ‘Special Relationship’ Is Collapsing… and That’s a Good Thing
August 1, 2019

Kim Darroch’s return to London is being hailed by many naïve commentators as yet another proof that President Trump is a crazed ego-maniac who cannot take criticism from a seasoned professional diplomat. The reality is that Darroch’s messages to the British Foreign Office go much deeper.

The ‘Special Relationship’ Is Collapsing… and That’s a Good Thing
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