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Siegmar Faust (on the right) SIEGMAR FAUST was a noted civil rights activist in the former East Germany. Monitored by the Stasi (East German secret police) for “subversive activities”, he spent years in Communist prisons. When he finally made it to West Germany, he must have assumed that he would…
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Joseph Goebbels speaks Introduction and translation
by Hadding Scott I HAVE translated Joseph Goebbels’ 1934 speech Wesen und Gestalt des Nationalsozialismus and subdivided it into the following arguments: I. Clear communication about fundamental principles is the prerequisite for…
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Unusual for 89-year-olds, she makes her own memes, which go viral on the Internets [Humor mode on.] QUESTIONING the Holocaust can get you in serious trouble in Germany, a country which takes great pride in its democracy. The German government cares so much about democracy, that it unstintingly…
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Colonel General Alfred Jodl, as head of the German Armed Forces High Command, signs an “Act of Military Surrender” in Reims, France, on May 7, 1945. by Martin Kerr GERMANY AND ITS ALLIES suffered a total, crushing military defeat at the end of World War II, and its armed forces surrendered unconditionally…
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URSULA HAVERBECK, the courageous 89-year-old German woman who dared to speak the truth about the mostly-fictional Jewish “Holocaust,” is in prison only because she spoke her mind. An honorable and brave woman and grandmother, rotting in prison (again!) — while real violent…
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HENRY PICKER (1912-1988) was a lawyer who began transcribing Hitler’s Table Talk in 1941-42. He took down every word Hitler said in the evenings and eventually compiled it into a book. He was born on the same day and year as Eva Braun: February 6, 1912. As you will see, this fact delighted them both and…
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BETWEEN 1934 and 1941, the one man responsible for bringing the National Socialist party’s ethos into physical form was a architectural genius by the name of Albert Speer. Speer’s work has come to define National Socialist architecture. Though many of his plans never made it past the…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce IF YOU HAVE LISTENED often to my broadcasts, you probably have heard me say more than once that we must oppose the enemies of our people only by legal means at this time: that no matter how much we are tempted to ignore this warning, and no matter how morally justified violence or illegality…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

19th century German military parade, Berlin by Revilo P. Oliver THE CURRENT (Spring 1992) issue of the Journal of Historical Review contains two articles that have in common questions of what is termed ‘international law.’ The term, although historically explicable, is a misnomer.…
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The subject of all the “Sturm und Drang” — this beautiful bronze church bell from 1934. by Carolyn Yeager IN SPITE OF THE best efforts of the former church organist, Sigrid Peters, to make a big political issue of the 1934-era bronze church bell hanging in the village’s 1,000…
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