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by Michael Walsh WHEN IN A BRIGHTER day he is better known, the English-born prophet James Larratt Battersby (1907–1955) will find his name ranked with that of Gottfried Feder (German), Alfred Rosenberg (Estonian-German), William Joyce (Irish-American), John Amery (English), Cesare Santoro…
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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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by Derek Summers and Mike Walsh THE SS (Schutzstaffel or Protection Squad) was originally established as Adolf Hitler’s personal bodyguard after the failed 1923 putsch, although in 1933 it became the unit we think of today. The recruits swore unswerving loyalty not to the National Socialist Party…
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by Mike Walsh WHEN INVITED to address the prestigious London Forum event due to be held in Central London on July 2nd a variety of reasons precluded my being there. It was regrettable but unavoidable. Here was opportunity — a rare chance to meet old comrades and new. Set against such a wonderful…
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