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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver A DESPATCH from the United Press, published in many newspapers (e.g., the Chicago Sun-Times) on 19 March 1985, reported an article by Professor B.J. Bernstein in Technology Review, according to which two Jews, whom the unspeakable Roosevelt had put in charge of the development…
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His party, the name of which means “National Gathering” in English, represented a way forward and upward for the Norwegian people. Tragically, the befuddled battalions fighting unknowingly for Jewish Wall Street and Jewish communism won the battle, and Quisling was murdered. When
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Members of the “Greatest Generation” enjoying the “Good War” by defecating on the bodies of recently murdered German prisoners. by Thomas Goodrich EVERY MONTH, it seems, yet another movie is released based upon some real or some fanciful event of World War Two. Invariably, like some stylized Greek…
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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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ON THE SURFACE, the 1970 film Kelly’s Heroes seems like a fairly routine Hollywood “war” movie with many standard tropes of the Allies’ court history. There are funny, relatable and colorfully characterized US Army soldiers; there’s a load of action and pyrotechnics, which were top-level stuff…
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George Patton by Douglas Mercer FOR GERMANY in 1945 international terror blew in from the East and it blew in from the West. No one who then saw the grim visage of the Beast would ever again be mollified by the platitudes of the years ahead: liberty, equality, democracy, the brotherhood of man, human rights.…
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A Jewish supremacist American congresswoman called on the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to replace three headstones in military cemeteries bearing swastikas and invoking Hitler. “IT IS deeply troubling and terribly offensive that swastika-adorned headstones that include messages…
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by Frederick Dixon WHEN I STARTED work, most of my male colleagues, if they were beyond their mid-thirties, had been in the forces during the Second World War, and I fondly remember one old boy who had fought in the First! More than one of them had decorations for bravery, and there were a few empty sleeves…
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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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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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