Tag Archives: World War I

World War I: Britain’s Share of Guilt

Andreas van de Kamp Staatsstreich.at 9. September 2014 For mainstream historians Britain’s declaration of war to Germany a hundred years ago was driven by dire necessity. But two recently published books are critical of this notion. The first one posits, … 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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Re-Post: Hidden History – The Secret Origins of the First World War

I was contacted in July 2013 by the co-author of a brand new book that has just come out in the UK, which is going to blow the lid right off of the false history of World War I, as … Continue reading

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Russian WWII Vets say “Germans Were the Best Soldiers in the World”

pic “Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS were great warriors!” Old incorrigible Nazis, telling it to curious journalists somewhere in Bolivia, or rough skinheads, shouting these words during their meeting in а gloomy Berlin suburb? Wrong! Three outstanding Russian writers, unanimously admiring the worst enemies of Communism! (Very serious intellectual … Continue reading

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Rodney Martin – From Weimar Germany to Weimar America

Deanna Spingola’s guest, historian Rodney Martin, discuss the effects of the First World War,Treaty of Versailles, Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points, etc, and the democratization of Germany, with the creation of the Weimar Republic. He discusses the subversive forces within, and … Continue reading

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