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Remembering John Rabe: A True German Hero and Humanitarian

On July 28th, 2013  issue of the ‘Times Colonist’newspaper in Victoria, BC, Canada carried an article by Andrew Cohen:  ‘Nanking; 75 years after the  massacres.’ in which he enumerated the vast gruesome details of that grim day in 1937  when the … Continue reading

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An expelled German family visits the occupied German province of Pomerania

A guest submission by Pablo von Köeller, whose German family still resides in exile today in South America: Last year, my 39 year old brother, two cousins, my father (85) and I (50), traveled from South America to the polish … Continue reading

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Hungarian Government Condemns Ethnic Cleansing of Germans After WWII

(MTI)  No crime can be compensated for with another crime and this is all the more true in the case of collective punishment for assumed crimes, Human Resources Minister Zoltan Balog said on Saturday addressing a commemoration in Solymar, outside … Continue reading

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A Memorial to the Expulsion of the Ethnic Germans in post-war Hungary

(DVHH) For the first time, a central memorial and monument for the Germans expelled from Hungary were inaugurated in Budaörs (German: “Wudersch”)  near Budapest, on the 18th of June 2006. Participating in the ceremony at the Old Cemetery of the … Continue reading

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A Memorial for the Victims of Wilhelm Gustloff sinking of 1945 – A “hate crime” of epic proportions

The sinking of MV Wilhelm Gustloff was a “war crime” and indeed a “hate crime” of epic proportions, which the world media, court historians and justice officials have ignored, like so many others committed against Germans.  Why? Because of blatant … Continue reading

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