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Were biological weapons used against Germans at Stalingrad? by Mark Weber OF HUMANITY’S many noteworthy achievements and inventions, few are as evil and as horrifying as biological warfare: deliberate, government-ordered mass killing of people with lethal diseases. During the Second…
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Despite its obvious anti-German bias, this contemporary piece gives us insight and makes us think about what might have been had Britain been led by patriots in 1941. Introduction by Mark Weber: On May 10, 1941, Rudolf Hess made his daring flight from Germany to Britain in a vain bid to stop the tragic…
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Mike Pompeo, left, with a non-terrorist by Mark Weber THE US government has formally designated the Russian Imperial Movement (RIM) — a small Christian monarchist outfit based in St. Petersburg — as a terrorist organization, and has imposed sanctions on the group and its leaders. This characterization…
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by Mark Weber IN May 1927, a shy, handsome 25-year-old suddenly sprang from obscurity to instant world fame when he flew a small single-seat, single-engine airplane, called the “Spirit of St. Louis,” from Long Island, New York, to an airfield in Paris. In a grueling 33-hour flight that covered 3,600…
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President Roosvelt, Prime Minister Churchill and premier Stalin, at the historic “Big Three” conference in Yalta, February 1945 by Mark Weber WE’VE HEARD a lot recently about alleged secret and illegal collaboration by prominent Americans with foreign governments. Collusion is widely…
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Hitler as Philosophe: Remnants of the Enlightenment in National Socialism, by Lawrence Birken. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 1995. Hardcover. 120 pages. Reference notes. Bibliography. Index. reviewed by Mark Weber A SPECTER IS haunting the world — the specter of Hitlerism. That, in short,…
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Mithra in a typical representation, shown slaying the sacred bull from whose body came all the good things of earth. by Mark Weber DURING THE first two centuries of the Christian era, two competing religions that shared many similarities flourished in the Greco-Roman world: Christianity and Mithraism.…
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Otto Ernst Remer, 1912-1997 Putting down the ‘Valkyrie’ conspiracy: my role in Berlin on July 20, 1944 by Otto Ernst Remer MY ASSIGNMENT to the guard regiment “Grossdeutschland” in Berlin was actually a form of rest and recreation — my first leave from the front —…
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by Mark Weber CONSERVATISM certainly seems alive and well in America. For years polls have consistently shown that more Americans identify as conservative than as liberal. In recent decades both branches of Congress, as well as the White House, have often been controlled by Republicans — who…
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by Mark Weber GERMANY’S DEFEAT in May 1945, and the end of World War II in Europe, did not bring an end to death and suffering for the vanquished German people. Instead the victorious Allies ushered in a horrible new era that, in many ways, was worse than the destruction wrought by war. In a sobering…
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