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Allied Use of Delay-Action Bombs (aka Long-Term Chemical Detonator Bombs) and their Effects

Contrary to the claims of the “Court Historians”, the Allied Terror-Bombing Campaign was not intended for the destruction military targets, as my previous post demonstrate, but rather, to “de-house” and to kill as many German civilians as possible. “Court Historians” … Continue reading

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Free E-book: The Crime of Our Age (1949) by Dr. L.A. Fritsch, Ph. D

“THE CRIME OF OUR AGE – DEDICATED TO THE CHRISTIAN PEOPLE OF AMERICA: In the firm belief that the truth will arouse them to action.” Published by American Christian Historian, Ludwig A. Fritsch, Ph. D in 1947, revised 1949. This booklet … Continue reading

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Deanna Spingola – Post War Allied Mass Rape of German Women and Girls

Deanna Spingola discusses the Post-War Allied Mass Rape of German Women and Girls by Russian, American, British and French Forces, and intentional bastardization of the German civilian population. She also discusses rape and sexual abuse in France, American war propaganda and … Continue reading

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General Curtis LeMay: “If we’d lost the war, we’d all have been prosecuted as war criminals”

“The Fog of War is a film about the life and times of Robert S. McNamara, the former Secretary of Defense under the Kennedy and Johnson administrations. The piece is a mix between historical footage and an interview with Robert … Continue reading

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1938 U.S. Census Figures Reveal High Unemployment Under Roosevelt – Parallels and Implications for Today

A 1938 news report on U.S. unemployment figures states: “In a partial report to President Roosevelt the census director indicated that the number of unemployed throughout the nation in the middle of November was 7,800,000 to 10,800,000 persons.” He estimated … Continue reading

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