Tag Archives: Poland

Freemasonry, Bolshevism and Dirty Little Secrets You Weren’t Supposed to Know: The Stalin-Churchill Pact

The following video is a 15 minute long excerpt from ‘In the Shadow of Hermes’ by Estonian Journalist / Historian Jüri Lina concerning some certain little known aspects of WWII, including: the Stalin-Churchill Pact, the reasons for Operation Barbarossa, the … Continue reading

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Klagemauer TV Questions Germany’s Alleged Sole Responsibility for World War II

Recently, I posted a video lecture by the honourable Major-General Gerd Schultze Rhonhof (ret.) in which he presented many details from his book “The War that Had Many Fathers”, in which he called into question the standard narrative of the … Continue reading

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VIDEO: Gerd Schultze-Rhonhof on ‘The War That Had Many Fathers’ with English Subtitles

Major-General Gerd Schultze-Rhonhof (ret.) talks about his groundbreaking revisionist history of the run-up to the Second World War, “The War That Had Many Fathers” (Der Krieg der viele Väter hatte). This is German with English sub-titles. Please be sure to … Continue reading

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Dominic Alexander debunks Ten Myths used to Justify the Slaughter of the First World War

Ten Lies Told about World War I November 9, 2014, Counterfire.org This Remembrance Day will doubtless see strenuous efforts by some to justify the fruitless bloodbath that was the First World War. Revisionist commentators have long attempted to rehabilitate the … Continue reading

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A 1936 Irish Foreign Affairs report concerning relations between Germany, Austria and Poland

The following document provides interesting insights with ‘non-British’ perspectives regarding Germany’s foreign policy in 1936. The observations reported by Irish Envoy Charles Bewley revealed various diplomatic efforts undertaken between the government of the Reich and her neighbours, Poland and Austria, … Continue reading

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