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Dresden Terror Bombing, Like Hiroshima, a Maniacal Warning to Moscow
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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.

The Yalta Conference Was a Meeting of Triumphant Allies but Good Will Would Collapse
February 7, 2020

The Yalta Conference had many smiling faces and gentlemanly hand shakes while all parties involved kept Cold War daggers behind their backs.

The Yalta Conference Was a Meeting of Triumphant Allies but Good Will Would Collapse
Was the 1945 Yalta Conference a Mirage?
History
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.

The Heroes of Stalingrad and the Debt We Still Owe Them
February 2, 2020

February 2nd 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the bloodiest battle in human history – Stalingrad. It was the breaking point for the Third Reich yet this major historic triumph is completely forgotten in the West.

The Heroes of Stalingrad and the Debt We Still Owe Them
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The Heroes of Stalingrad and the Debt We Still Owe Them
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The Heroes of Stalingrad and the Debt We Still Owe Them
January 31, 2020

The Battle of Stalingrad was the ultimate Hinge of Fate: It decided the outcome of World War II.

Rewriting History of World War II Is Ominous Warning
January 31, 2020

It is astounding and deeply disturbing that 75 years after the end of WWII the history of that event is being re-written before our very eyes.

Rewriting History of World War II Is Ominous Warning
Editorial
The Jewish Combat Commander Who Liberated Auschwitz
History
The Jewish Combat Commander Who Liberated Auschwitz
January 27, 2020

Never in his wildest dreams did Colonel Shapiro imagine that his own contribution to history and that of the entire Red Army in ending the Nazi genocide of the Jewish and Russian peoples would itself be cast into the black hole of denial.

The War for the Memory of WWII is Entering a Hot Phase
January 25, 2020

The current view from Poland is that Hitler and Stalin had basically the same effect on Poland and that the Soviets wanted to start WWII.

The War for the Memory of WWII is Entering a Hot Phase
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