By Scott Stockdale The Guinness Book of Records has recorded the looting of the Reichsbank in Berlin following Germany’s collapse in April and May of 1945, as the greatest robbery in history. However, this is not the whole truth. It is a half-truth – at best – that has been perpetuated for over 50 years. […]
World War II (1939-1945)
The Neo-Cons simply can not be trusted, as they work for the Plutocrats, who desperately want to hold on to their power…
The woman whose kiss was seen around the world thanks to an iconic photograph taken at the end of World War II has died at age 92,
In 1975 Senator Frank Church convened a joint senatorial/congressional inquiry into the egregious human rights and civil liberties violations of the Central Intelligence Agency (“CIA”), National Security Agency (“NSA”), as well as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”) against people both foreign and domestic. Such blatant transgressions included the “neutralization” and “elimination” of political dissidents, […]
Noble and stuck-up; brilliant and know-it-all;courageous and cowardly … are some of the words used to describe him.
In the final days of World War II, an 18-year-old Army private from Missouri named Arla Wayne Harrell was sent to Camp Crowder in the southwest corner of the state, where he said he was twice exposed to mustard gas.
David Swanson unmasks the propaganda logic behind Amazon.com’s “Man in the High Castle” and U.S. celebrations of failure.
A memorial event was held at Horse Guards Parade, attended by the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall.
The Delphos Canal Museum hosted a discussion with three World War II veterans Sunday, with the hope of preserving a piece of American history.
When World War II veterans see the 80,000-pound olive green vehicle parked in Craig Morehead’s Elkhart County field, memories come flooding back.
Which, of the Anglo-American Empire and the international Jewry, steers the other?
Veterans of Finland’s 1918 war of independence watched from Muskegon as their former countrymen fought against both sides in WWII.
Let’s not just bring down all the walls; let’s bring down the system behind them. For, as the Pink Floyd song goes, the Berlin Wall is just another brick in the wall – the much bigger ideological wall is Western capitalism.
With Canada’s annual “Remembrance Day” just around the corner, it would be wise to broach the issue of “remembering” those Canadians who fought and died in the two bloodiest conflicts in world history with some humility and skepticism.
The significance of bringing more than 75 World War II veterans together under one roof is not lost on Bill Nixon.
Harry Gillis thought it would be glamorous to be a soldier in the U.S. Army during World War II, but he was miserable serving on the ground.
To discover the deepest truth of the JFK assassination, one has to tear up not one, but many lies stacked on top of each other.
If there were any doubts that Western “leaders” live in a fantasy make-believe world constructed out of their own lies, the G-7 meeting and 70th anniversary celebration of the Normandy landing dispelled the doubts.
The Western public, inculcated with decades of brainwashing versions of history, have a particular disadvantage in coming to a proper understanding of the world wars. It is popularly understood that the Western powers, the US and Britain in particular, fought “good wars” and took a victorious stand against despotism.
While the West bears much shame and responsibility for aiding and abetting the Zionist project and all of its murderous and destructive consequences, bringing history into accordance with the facts is one way to uplift the Palestinians whose struggle for freedom and justice goes on.
A far greater number of non-Jews — particularly Germans, Russians and Chinese — perished during the Second World War than even the highest exaggerations of the sacred Shoah.
Bringing to light these hidden truths is an integral part of the quest for justice in this world. As long as the Western world is mentally enslaved by lies that serve the ruling establishment, nothing will change…
Killing Kennedy mattered. It changed America’s direction. Things might have been different had he lived.
In the first half of the twentieth century, Russia and Britain forced Iran to relinquish its sovereign rights, and the Iranian people suffered severely as a consequence.
An informal group begun by Col. John Boyd and mathematician Tom Christie calls for military reform—by doing more with less.
To bring the American mind to a point of recognition that allows for comparison of the suffering we have inflicted against others as a possible rationale for the hatred that has been leveled at America is a task beyond our powers
World War II soldier credited with providing the flag in the famous flag-raising on Iwo Jima has died at his Los Angeles County home. Alan Wood died of natural causes April 18 at the age of 90
The only way to counter the manipulation of powerful media owners is to expose their actions widely and to demand better.
World War II, a time of the war effort, disdain for profiteering and chicken hawks, and societal mobilization for a war that was necessary
An April 19 ceremony in Overland Park, KS, to honor 42 WWII, Korean War and Vietnam War veterans who live at Tallgrass Creek retirement community with Quilts of Valor. Each quilt will have a special patch on it that lists the veteran’s name, military branch and years of service.