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After Longest Day, the Longest Night of Horror Still Shadows Europe
History
After Longest Day, the Longest Night of Horror Still Shadows Europe
June 22, 2021

The fascist shadow from the longest night of Operation Barbarossa still haunts Europe. That is incredibly vexing.

The Victory Day
February 18, 2021

In the final days of the World War II in Europe, the German command pursued a deliberate policy of successive partial capitulations in the West to bring as many as possible of the eastern military formations westwards and surrender them intact to the British and Americans. It was General Eisenhower how dashed German hopes for a separate peace with the West and facilitated the signing of the final instrument of surrender at the seat of government from where the German aggression sprang: Berlin, captured by the Red Army.

The Victory Day
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‘Who Ended the Holocaust?’
History
‘Who Ended the Holocaust?’
January 29, 2021

Today in the West, while hypocritical empty crocodile tears are wept over the Nazis’ victims, real history continues to be suppressed, denied and buried beneath mountains of lies.

The Liberation of Auschwitz
January 27, 2021

On January 27, 1945, Red Army soldiers liberated the notorious Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp. It was during the Vistula-Oder Offensive which drove the Nazis out of Poland paving the way for the eventual final victorious battle in Berlin some three months later.

The Liberation of Auschwitz
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The Nuremberg Tribunal: 75 Years Later and Still the Basis for Humanity’s Survival
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The Nuremberg Tribunal: 75 Years Later and Still the Basis for Humanity’s Survival
November 29, 2020

The same denial of universal truth that animated the minds of a Schacht, Goebbels, Heidegger or Schmidt has become hegemonic among western academia, Matthew Ehret writes.

A Convergence of Calamities
November 16, 2020

Kaya can’t deal with the massive influx of people forced from their homes by Islamist militants. Burkina Faso can’t deal with the one million people already displaced by conflict.

A Convergence of Calamities
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Reframing America’s Role in the World
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Reframing America’s Role in the World
October 21, 2020

While Americans cannot ignore the world beyond their borders, the last thing they need is to embark upon a fresh round of searching for distant monsters to destroy. Heeding the counsel of John Quincy Adams might just offer an essential first step toward recovery.

The U.S. Did Not Defeat Fascism in WWII, It Discretely Internationalized It
October 17, 2020

The record of U.S. foreign policy since WWII is probably the best measure of its unique contribution to the internationalization of fascism. Under the banner of democracy and freedom, the United States has, according to William Blum:

The U.S. Did Not Defeat Fascism in WWII, It Discretely Internationalized It
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