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Post World War 2

Essays

by Matt Koehl The following editorial raises a fundamental question regarding our contemporary situation and calls for a radical re-evaluation of postwar events in the Western world. IT HAS NOW been 50 years since the end of World War II.  For many that conflict seems like so much ancient history. …
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AudioAudio BooksWilliam Pierce

by Bradford L. Huie
for The American Mercury THIS WEEK Robert Griffin’s The Fame of a Dead Man’s Deeds — read this week by Vanessa Neubauer in our continuing audio book series — deals with Dr. William Luther Pierce’s views on the watershed event of the last 100 years:…
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News

ISRAEL’S FIRST PRESIDENT supported a Jewish group’s plans to murder Germans immediately after World War II, according to the man who led the avengers. Details of the plan, which included poisoning bread at a bakery, were unveiled by Lithuanian-born Joseph Harmatz, 73, in an interview…
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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 Renegade
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THE Bulletin of the Committee to Restore the Constitution for May 1989 reprints an article from the newsletter of Hilaire du Berrier, which has the subtitle, “America in [the] Grip of New Japanese Co-Prosperity Sphere.” M. du Berrier, who was in 1941 (and may still be)…
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by Michael Walsh WHAT FOLLOWS is a documented authentic eyewitness account. The accredited report is that of Leonora Geier (née Cavoa born October 22, 1925, Sao Paulo, Brazil). It was placed before Dr. Trutz Foelsche, Ph.D. Present was Bernard Wassmann, Reiner Halhammer, Manfred Haer, Kyrrill…
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Classic Essays

Heart of blackness PATRICE LUMUMBA, the liberal hero of Zaire (ex-Belgian Congo) once expounded: “We will show the world what the black man can achieve when he works in liberty.” Lumumba, a convicted embezzler, forger and thief, belonged to the Batatela, a tribe of cannibals whose remarkable…
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Classic Essays

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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Essays

The Auschwitz gas chambers myth by Nicholas Kollerstrom, PhD AS SURPRISING as it may sound, the only intentional mass extermination program in the concentration camps of WW2 was targeted at Germans. From April, 1945 five million Germans were rounded up after surrendering, and deliberately starved…
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by Michael J. Polignano RECENTLY I WENT to the San Francisco Opera’s new production of Richard Wagner’s The Flying Dutchman (Der Fliegende Holländer), and I thought I would share my reactions, since they relate to larger issues. (ILLUSTRATION: Richard Wagner (1813-1883).) It was…
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