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by Victor Gregg AS A PRISONER of war held in Dresden, I still suffer the memories of those terrible events and my anger refuses to subside. I wasn’t new to murder and bloodletting. I had enlisted two years prior to the outbreak of the Second World War and by the time I was 21 I had taken part in one major…
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by Paul Fromm BRITISH ACTRESS, model and longtime videographer (through her company Telling Films) and free speech activist Lady Michele Renouf was to go on trial in Dresden, Germany on October 16. We can’t report on the proceedings because neither Lady Michele nor her associate and publicist …
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Lady Michele Renouf by Paul Fromm “Michèle, your fearless and direct utterances in Dresden, unfortunately forbidden to all Germans, blew open the window of truth in one blast.” said Gerard Menuhin, son of legendary violinist and conductor Yehudi Menuhin, in February 2018 ON 16th October 2020 an…
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Lady Michele Renouf by Paul Fromm “Michèle, your fearless and direct utterances in Dresden, unfortunately forbidden to all Germans, blew open the window of truth in one blast,” said Gerard Menuhin, son of legendary violinist and conductor Yehudi Menuhin, in February 2018 ON 15th May 2020 an Australian-born…
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EssaysHadding Scott

by Hadding Scott A famous image from the vastly overrated “London Blitz.” According to one estimate, about nine times as many German civilians were killed by Anglo-American bombing, compared to British civilians killed by German bombing, during the Second World War. RECENTLY I heard…
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POLICE IN THE eastern German city of Dresden say six National Socialists on their way home from a rally commemorating the holocaust of Dresden by Allied bombers in World War 2 were attacked by a horde of masked assailants believed to be leftist extremists. The dpa news agency reported Monday two of…
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A review of Dresden 1945: The Devil’s Tinderbox, by Alexander McKee. New York: E.P. Dutton, Inc., 1982, 1984, with maps, photographs, index by Charles Lutton THE DESTRUCTION of the virtually undefended German city of Dresden by bombers of the Royal Air Force and U.S. Army Air Force, in mid-February,…
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Classic Essays

Following is an extract from Armageddon in Retrospect in which the author describes the scenes of obscene brutality he witnessed as a prisoner of war in Dresden, and which inspired his classic novel Slaughterhouse-Five. by Kurt Vonnegut (pictured) IT WAS A routine speech we got during our first day…
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Classic Essays

A YOUNG GERMAN, Heinrich Roth, after gathering relevant information about the crematory in the city of Dortmund, reviewed the following data in an article in Unsere Arbeit (May 1974), the publication of a German youth group: (1) Cremation of one body takes 2½ hours: 1,000 bodies, 2,500 hours or 104…
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Another major revisionist work from Britain IF ANY PUBLISHER in the world today deserves the commendation of that minuscule but hardy band of human beings who still like to hear both sides of an important issue, it is the Historical Review Press. Almost alone, this gutsy little British publishing…
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