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by Hadding Scott ADOLF HITLER sent the armed forces of Great Germany into Poland on 1 September 1939. Thereupon Britain and France declared war on Germany. Simplistic history says that it was Hitler’s fault that Britain and France declared war on Germany, since it was he who made the decision…
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Introduction BEFORE THE OUTBREAK of the Second World War, Leon Degrelle was already known as the leader of the anti-Establishment Rexist party in Belgium, and as Europe’s youngest and most dynamic political figure. During the war he became known across the continent for his charismatic leadership…
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Rudolf Hess THIS WEEK marks the 32nd anniversary of the day Rudolf Hess was murdered after 40 years of solitary captivity at Spandau Prison in Berlin. I share with you an excerpt of his son Wolf’s address, presented by video recording at the Eleventh IHR Conference, October 1992, in Irvine,  about his…
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Historians believe Allied bombardments killed almost as many French people as German bombs killed Britons during the Blitz. ACCORDING TO RESEARCH carried out by Andrew Knapp, history professor at the UK’s University of Reading, British, American and Canadian air raids resulted in 57,000…
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Hitler’s peace offers 1933-1939 Introduction by Hadding Scott: This pamphlet bears no date but was evidently composed and published in the months between the conquest of Poland and the commencement of hostilities between France, Britain, and Germany. A French-language edition also exists.…
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THIS IS a short excerpt from a Russian movie (I don’t know the name). I found it a couple of years ago on a YouTube channel called “Truth Serum.” It inspired me when I first saw it in 2017 and has continued to evoke…
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US President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in Casablanca, Morocco, January 22, 1943 Nothing is so little regarded in the West as free thought and truth. Explanations are controlled to advance the agendas of the ruling interest groups. by Paul Craig Roberts IN…
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The little-known stories of the Wilhelm Gustloff, the General Steuben and the Goya by John Ries FOR MANY PEOPLE, the image of a great maritime disaster calls to mind the well-known sinking of the Titanic, which went down in April 1912 after striking an iceberg, taking the lives of 1,503 men, women and…
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Betrayed French children, and the replacements for those French children, listen while Emmanuel Macron and his fellow employees of the Jewish power structure preen themselves and boast about how morally superior they are at Oradour. Introduction by Hadding Scott THE TRADITIONAL war-propaganda…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

Here we see US soldiers murdering helpless captured German troops on April 29, 1945. American Col. Howard Buechner, who researched the incident yet did not condemn it, says 520 disarmed German POWs were slaughtered over the course of a day in this one incident alone. Another US officer, Gen. Felix L.…
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