Michael Walsh
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Michael Walsh

Michael Walsh Liverpool born Irish poet and writer traces his Liverpool roots back to 1865. Michael’s paternal family background is Moville, Donegal, his maternal Wexford and Tipperary. Michael's father, Patrick, had fought in four conflicts before reaching his fortieth birthday. As a 18-year old guerrilla a reward was placed on his head by England’s Black and Tans. He also fought in the Irish War of Independence, Spanish Civil War, and RAF during World War Two.
On leaving school at 15 years of age Michael spent ten weeks at the Merchant Navy School for Sailors in Sharpness. During his years at sea he was to visit over 60 countries. Michael has since provided articles and columns for numerous magazines and international news media. In 2011 he was awarded 'Writer of the Year' by the publishers of Euro Weekly News, Europe's highest circulation free newspaper. He has authored, edited and ghosted over 60 book titles.

Essays

by Michael Walsh ON December 19, 1945, a 33-year old British-born Spanish national, John Amery, was illegally hanged at London’s grim Victorian Wandsworth Prison. It was the end of a life but the beginning of a legend. Had Amery, the son of a British government minister, served a prison sentence few…
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Essays

THE SOVIET Union’s Marshal Georgy Zhukov was much celebrated in the USSR and the allegedly anti-Communist West. Victor Suvorov, the noted Soviet dissident, described the World War II leader as “the only general in world history honored for losing 5 million men under his command.” Marshall…
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EditorialsEssays

by Michael Walsh SUMMARY justice; defence and appeal prohibited. Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) now denies access to Mike Walsh books. This is a stark reminder of the dark labyrinths we are all entering. The flickering lights in the world of ethnic-Europeans are being snuffed out one by one;…
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Classic Essays

by Michael Walsh ON SEPTEMBER 12, 1977, a Black South African lost his life. Stephen Bantu Biko was notorious for his radical rhetoric in favour of Black revolutionary terrorism. However, such terrorism invariably led to the terrorisation and deaths — not of ethnic Europeans — but of…
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Essays

Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev Do you think the Leftist tyranny that has enveloped us is a recent thing? Think again. by Michael Walsh DURING THE 68 years of Soviet terror London’s Westminster and the banking community’s Square Mile could best be described as partners in perfidy. Soviet leaders…
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Essays

This model Studebaker was used extensively by the Soviet Red Army. by Michael Walsh “Several wartime personalities would end up agreeing on the value of the 2.5-ton US Studebaker-manufactured truck as the one important logistical innovation that really won World War 2 for the Allies and more than
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EssaysVideo

UNAVOIDABLY, a shifty-eyed hag grasping 12 pieces of silver as she passes her Rhodesian child to a pimp comes to mind when I write about Britain’s betrayal of Rhodesia. Ironically, it is the daughter whose quality of character was once attributed to her deceitful stepmother. By 1977, the world had…
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Essays

by Michael Walsh OCCASIONALLY I AM asked if there was anything in particular that caused me to sympathise with the Workers’ Reich. There were several reasons but I have to say I was initially influenced by the experiences of British servicemen. When I first served on a British merchant ship, my…
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Essays

by Michael Walsh AFTER THE DEFEAT of the Workers’ Reich the United States, Britain and the Soviet Union notoriously thieved everything they could lay their hands on. The Allies’ motto; ‘If it moves steal it; if it can’t be moved, blow it up’. Ships can be moved: In November 2015, the…
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Essays

by Michael Walsh NOTHING BETTER illustrates the deviousness of media than their stories of art allegedly looted by the ‘Nazis’. The camera doesn’t lie; to television viewers and the media’s trusting readership photographic evidence of German wickedness appears undeniable. The media’s…
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