European History

ODEONSPLATZ: The Rise of an Unknown

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2012-01-10 21:22

Zuerst magazine interviews Werner Bräuninger

December 2011

 Translated by Wilhelm Kriessmann

Biography of Werner Bräuninger

 Werner Bräuninger, born 1965, was a freelancing publicist and essayist. His book Odeonsplatz: The Rise of an Unknown (Universiras 2011) describing Hitler's life from 1890 to 1935 caused a sensation.  His book, Hitlers Adversaries in the NSDAP (Herbig 2004), about the imminent opposition in the National Socialist state, as well as his work about the spiritual roots of Count Claus von Stauffenberg within the circle around the poet Stefan George, were controversially discussed.

Bräuninger’s publications have drawn attention from the FAZ, Die Welt and the renowned Zeitschrift fuer Geschichtswissenschaft (Science of History magazine). His website is www.marmorklippen.de

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Feldherrnhalle on Odeonsplatz, Munich

 

Zuerst:  Mr. Bräuninger, your new book Odeonsplatz might cause a small revolution in the German book market—a book about Hitler which has neither his name in the title nor his picture. Does it not really mean “Hitler sells?”

B:  It is, as you say, obviously a revolution because we do not live in normal times. From Norbert Knopp, we naturally could have expected a title like “Hitler`s German Shepherd Dogs.” My intention was a quite different one.

Photo Essay

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2011-11-18 00:22

The fate of guards in concentration camps - Violence BY "holocaust survivors" and "liberators."

This was posted at the CODOH Forum on Thurs. Nov. 17, 2011 [http://forum.codoh.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=6730] A revealing display of photographs - some I have not seen. Ordruf is the camp close to Buchenwald that Eisenhower visited, where he carried out his publicity stunt for the media and the "historical record." What we see here is what was not done to any prisoner during their incarceration. I am leaving the text just as the poster wrote it, except for my words in parentheses.

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I have a couple of questions, are there any records to show how many guards were executed at each camp? And were they brutally killed because they denied exterminating prisoners or did they deserve it?


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(This) was (the fate of) the commandant of the Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp from 1939 until the camp was captured by the Allied powers in 1945. (He) was found by the US army on 23/05/1945 in a cabin in Pyhrn area in Austria and was shot during an attempt to arrest him. He was taken to a military hospital and interrogated in the presence of former inmates. Two days after he was captured, he died of his wounds. This picture shows what liberated inmates did to his body after death.

The Heretics' Hour: Interviews with Deanna Spingola and Eric Hunt

Published by admin on Wed, 2011-10-26 20:10
 
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Cover of the 'Ruling Elite' by Deanna Spingola
May 2, 2011
 
The Last Days of the Big Lie

Deanna’s new book The Ruling Elite is discussed; in the second segment, Eric’s new website The Revisionist Workshop and the directions revisionism can take. Topics include:

  • Deanna’s “previous life” and books;
  • The Ruling Elite is book one of a trilogy;
  • History of U.S. Banking and “Lincoln’s War” are covered;
  • How The Revisionist Workshop got started;
  • Power of videos still untapped by revisionism;
  • Real world activism, including legal measures, is necessary.

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The Heretics' Hour: Slav and non-Slav in Eastern Europe

Published by admin on Wed, 2011-10-26 19:57
 
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November 22, 2010

Prague-born Andreas Wesserle, with a PhD in Political Science, International Studies and History, explains the make-up, or mix-up, of national groups in this contentious area. Topics include:
  • Kollar and the Pan-Slav Conference of 1848;
  • Distinctions among the Poles, Lithuanians, Hungarians, Czechs and Romanians;
  • Polish expansionism from 1919-1939 resulted in cruel persecutions and forced flight of one and a half million Germans; also Hungarians, Ukranians and others;
  • Migration west to east since 12th century brought commerce, culture and new creativity into the eastern regions;
  • Influence of Holy Roman Empire on German national character;
  • And more.

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The Heretics' Hour: Guernica - Legend vs Fact

Published by admin on Wed, 2011-10-26 18:49
 
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May 31, 2010

Carolyn Yeager discusses:

  • Obama and Jews in the White House
  • Elie Wiesel’s fund-raising
  • The Revenge of the Neanderthals
  • The truth about the Guernica “terror bombing”

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The Heretics' Hour: Wilhelm Kriessmann's memoir of 1925 to 1938

Published by admin on Wed, 2011-10-26 18:47
 
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May 10, 2010

Carolyn talks with Dr. Kriessmann about his book When I was a Schoolteacher’s Boy, a chronicle of his youth in Feistritz im Rosental (Austria) during the turbulent years between the World Wars. Topics include:

  • A nationalist family
  • School fraternities and the Hitler Youth
  • The Austrian Anchluss, the culmination of hopes

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Rev. Report May 28, 2011

Published by admin on Sun, 2011-10-09 22:52
 
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Guest: Wilfried Heink. The Long Road to Czechoslovakia. The beginnings of this man-made, doomed-to-fail state go back to 1871.

Rev. Report 5-14-11

Published by admin on Sun, 2011-10-09 22:34
 
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Guest: Rudi Pueschel. How the newly created nation of Czechoslovia persecuted the Sudetan Germans after WWI and new evidence the Brtish were the main force behind it.

The Sunic Journal: Interview with Carolyn Yeager

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2009-12-16 16:14
 
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Dec. 16, 2009

Tom Sunic discusses the issues of freedom of speech and historical revisionism with Carolyn Yeager, an artist and a writer.

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