Posts Tagged

World War Two

Essays

by Michael Walsh I MAKE NO apologies for spurning the pomp and pageantry that bull-horns Remembrance Sunday. There is much about war that knows no political or national boundaries; war is a monument to human frailty, not strength. In an individual sense war is universal as is the suffering. The last…
Read More
Essays

by Mike Walsh VERY FEW PEOPLE know the details of Joseph Stalin’s notorious Torch-Man Order. As a consequence, people little realise that many images depicting German atrocities are falsified. These oft-seen filmed atrocities were the responsibility not of the Reich but of England and America…
Read More
Essays

by Mike Walsh THE LAST WEEKS of June offer opportunity for the mainstream media (MSM) to recall the Reich’s pre-emptive strike on Bolshevik Russia. Their claim is that genial Uncle Joe Stalin was victim of Hitler’s biggest blunder. We are led to believe that the unprepared Red Army fought gallantly…
Read More