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The Odyssey of Fahnenjunker Wenger

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2013-04-16 18:59

Exclusive at carolynyeager.net! This is the never-before-published true story of a young German soldier thrown into the battle of Seelow Heights in the last month of the Second World Warhow he survived against all odds and managed to return home.

The Odyssey of Fahnenjunker Wenger

From the Seelow Heights—April 1945

Back Home to Leoben, Austria—July 1945

By Willy Wenger

An officer-candidate in the German Luftwaffe, Willy Wenger was only 18 in 1945 when his “odyssey” began. He is now 86. His older brother Leopold Wenger was awarded the Knight’s Cross, Germany's highest military decoration.

Translation and Introduction by Wilhelm Kriessmann

Editing by Carolyn Yeager
copyright 2013 Wilhelm Wenger and Carolyn Yeager

For the 17-year-old high school student Willy Wenger, his brother "Poldi," squadron leader at SG10 of the German Luftwaffe, was an outstanding role model. Willy wanted to follow in the footsteps of this highly decorated Jabo* pilot, who was five years older than himself. In July 1942, Willy received his C license for glider pilots (pictured at right on glider) and in April 1943 at the Reichssegelflugschule Spitzerberg near Vienna, he earned the Luftfahrerschein (air pilot pass). (See picture below)

[*Jagdbomber: fighter-bomber ]

The war situation in the spring of 1943 made it necessary to call up the final classes of high school students to the services of the Home Anti-Aircraft Forces, or FLAK. Wenger’s high school class assembled at barracks within the steel plant of the Herman Goering Werke (later named Voest-Alpine) at Linz/Donau. School lessons continued but the young pupils also had to learn how to handle the 3.7cm anti-aircraft guns and all the additional equipment.

Above: Wenger earns his basic pilot's license in 1943 at the flying school at Spitzerberg.


Because of injuries at gun practices, Willy was able to spend a furlough at home in Leoben at the same time his older brother 'Poldi, the Luftwaffen pilot, also arrived back home for a short leave.

The Heretics' Hour: Weapons in the War Against Whites

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2013-04-15 19:21
 
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April 15, 2013

In order to counteract the growing anger of increasing numbers of Jew-wise Gentiles who are realizing how they’re being exploited, Jews can find no better weapon than the cry of  “antisemitism.” Carolyn looks at some current examples, such as Ronnie Fraser’s The Academic Friends of Israel and David Goldman’s “Spengler” blog. She agrees with what the Jobbik candidate said, “Anti-Semitism is not just our right, but it is the duty of every Hungarian homeland lover, and we must prepare for armed battle against the Jews.”

So antisemitism is their weapon against us, but we turn it back upon them and declare our antisemitism as a duty!

In the 2nd hour, Carolyn reads Heinrich Himmler’s 1937 speech about Homosexuality to the Group Leaders of the SS (pictured right). The normalization of homosexuality is one of the most potent weapons in our enemy’s arsenal; to ignore it because we are uncomfortable dealing with the subject is unacceptable for a people who expect to recover and to win. Himmler offers some interesting solutions.

Saturday Afternoon: A visit with Shoabloger

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2013-04-13 12:01
 
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April 13, 2013

Hasso Castrup from Denmark, creator of the new website Shoabloger is Carolyn’s guest. Hasso’s special hobby is translating French and German revisionist texts into English and Polish. Currently he is featuring the 2007 Horst Mahler interview by the Jew Michael Friedman, posting it in parts because of it’s length. Among the main topics discussed are:

  • Hasso’s mixed Polish-German family’s experience between the wars, and during & after WWII;
  • The 1943 Jewish uprising in Warsaw vs the August ’44 Polish uprising there;
  • How Poles were treated by the Germans and how German officials sought to identify ethnic-Germans or part-Germans;
  • Soviet/communist treatment of Poles vs. German ‘Nazi’ treatment of Poles;
  • The real Josef Beck and the real Jan T. Gross & the Jedwabne Affair;
  • Poland’s Jewish Problem in it’s many ramifications;
  • Are the present German-Polish borders set for all time or can there be a reconciliation that changes things;
  • Horst Mahler’s spiritual perspective on opposition between Germans and Jews.

Euro an instrument to enslave Europe

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2013-04-09 16:20

6 April 2013

Angela Merkel is not Germany – The €uro is an instrument to enslave all Europe

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by Sternbald

The so called €uro crisis has been planned; the foreseeable consequences of the monetary union were well known to the responsible politicians. Top politicians in all countries are lying to their people and cooperating with high finance. Similar to the two world wars, the Germans have been chosen as a scapegoat. We would like the world to know: Angela Merkel is not Germany but a traitor to our nation and all of Europe. The following article will give you the necessary information to understand the mechanisms of the €uro fraud.

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Read it, forward it, tell it to everybody!

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Prehistory and origins of the EU and the €uro

Without the Second World War, a monetary union in Europe would not have been possible. The defeat of France (in 1940), Italy (in 1943), and Germany (in 1945) and the hegemony of the USA over Europe were necessary to overcome the resistance autonomous nations would have opposed to such a project. (The fact that countries with a rest of political autonomy such as GB, Switzerland, and Norway did not introduce the €uro confirms this.)

The German nation lost its autonomy completely and has never been able to recover it. The socialist Carlo Schmidt, one of the experts in international law that were asked to elaborate the German ‘basic law’ (‘Grundgesetz’ – the FRG does not have a real constitution) under American supervision said about the new American client state Federal Republic of Germany:

This organization as a state-like entity, of course, can go very far. However, it will always be different from a democratically legitimated state because the self-organization in the face of not existing liberty depends on the acceptance of a superior foreign power as the legitimate ruler; it thus is noting more than the organized form of a modality of foreign domination.

When the USA started the European Recovery Program in 1947 (also known as Marshall Plan), they obliged the participating nations to accept an accompanying strategic plan. The loans were spend in a way that stimulated the American economy. Germany was forced to receive $ US 1.4 billion (6.4 billion Deutsche Mark, ca. 1/10 of the integral sum) from 1949 to 1952 and had to pay back 13 billion Deutsche Mark from 1953 to 1962. The ERP set the base for a common European policy and the respective institutions.

From the archives ...

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2013-04-08 11:27
 
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German Christians celebrate Luthertag (Martin Luther Day) in Berlin in 1933; Bishop Hossenfelder speaks.

"A Fighting Christianity," with Carolyn Yeager substituting for Bill Finck on Christogenea Saturday on November 12, 2011, is too good to be forgotten back in the archives. It is about an hour and a half.

Carolyn shares her research on the Christian beliefs found in National Socialism, and the many interesting figures who were involved - sometimes in squabbles. This German Christianity was racial and national, not universalist.

Hitler said in Berlin in 1933, maybe at the event pictured above: We were convinced that the people needs and requres this faith. We have therefore undertaken the fight against the atheistic movement, and that not merely with a few theoretical declarations - we have stamped it out.

Willy Wenger's Family Chronicle

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2013-04-03 09:49

The following is the continuation of the family history written by Willy Wenger that first appeared on March 14 under the title “the great hope: the German Reich.” Wenger was born in 1926 in Styria in the diminished independent nation of Austria, 'victim' of the Paris Peace Conference following WWI. Willy had a loving father and mother, and an older brother Leopold (named after their father) with whom he was very close. From the time Leopold Jr. first began to speak, he was called “Bibi” (a mispronounciation of Bubi by the child), a nickname that took hold with family and friends all the way through high school and beyond.

The Referendum of April 10th, 1938

By Willy Wenger

copyright 2013 Wilhelm Wenger and Carolyn Yeager

Translated by Hasso Castrup

Willy, Gretl and their mother standing in front of their apartment building on Referendum Day.


Several months ago we had moved from the Timmerdorfer-Straße to Dreierschützenstraße No.16 where we had a larger apartment that belonged to the municipality. It consisted of a kitchen, a pantry, a small room – a cabinet, as we call it in Austria – with two beds, and a spacious loggia opening on a large garden in the inner part of the massive block. There was also a large living room, and the parents bedroom, as well as a hall and the toilet. Gretl slept in a small bed in the parents' bedroom, while Bibi and I shared the cabinet. Our building accommodated the municipal baths, which had bath tubs and showers which we used frequently.

Election Day was Sunday, April 10, 1938, on Dad's 45th birthday. Many had predicted that the referendum would be a big success for the N-S regime, and with the end result, all doubts were gone: the people decided and the result was convincing. Never in history has there been such a clear result: In Leoben, the vote was 99.83 per cent in favor – the proof of the willingness of the Ostmark to join the German Reich.

The Heretics' Hour: Was Hitler Trying to Conquer the World?

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2013-04-01 18:13
 
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April 1, 2013

Hadding Scott fills in for Carolyn as guest-host. He uses facts from Adolf Hitler’s own writings to debunk lies about him that originated in the propaganda of the Second World War.

In the second hour, Hadding discusses the psychology of the Negro.

Image: Former British Prime Minister David Lloyd George with Adolf Hitler in Sept. 1936

The Heretics' Hour: Time to Blow the HoloHoax Out of the Water

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2013-03-25 20:28
 
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March 25, 2013

The way to do it is for us to drop the fear of being "antisemitic." The greatest fear Jews as a race have is the fear of being expelled from their host countries, especially the USA. Thus, every displeasure we have with them is labeled "antisemitic." In addition, the last regime that attempted to expel them has to be portrayed as evil to the nth degree. This is what the HoloHoax is all about - it's about making sure a mass deportation never happens ... again. Thus, debating about gas chambers is probably (assuredly?) not the most important thing to do. Most important is to quit trying to make friends with Jews, but see them for the enemy they are. Evidence for this is overwhelming. A few examples:

Image: Recent official photo of Ken Waltzer from his new Jewish Studies Program webpage at Michigan State University

The Anschluss of Austria

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2013-03-14 20:06

This report comes from a family chronicle that describes events during the so-called "Nazi era" as we experienced it. It is a testimony to great idealism and sacrifice for an Idea which filled us then. Today, most people see things in a very different light ...

The great hope:  the German Reich

By Willy Wenger

copyright 2013 Wilhelm Wenger and Carolyn Yeager

Translated from the German by Hasso Castrup

Eisenerzer Alps, January 1938


We got through the winter of 1937 well. We often traveled to our skiing places. I was usually in the company of my schoolmates; Mandi Holzer was always there. Poldi [Willy's older brother Leopold whom he called Bibi-cy] preferred the higher regions of Vordernberg auf den Polster (a popular ski resort, easy to reach from Leoben).

At the tender age of 12 there is a lot one doesn’t understand, but it still always aroused our interest when older students gathered during breaks at school and discussed the situation at that time. Again and again we were talking about Germany, for us a promised land flowing with milk and honey. While in Austria we still had a very modest standard of living, it seemed to go better and better in Germany. And that was thanks to one man: Adolf Hitler. One spoke of him as a god, who had pulled Germany out of the sump after the shameful Treaty of Versailles. Gradually Hitler brought back former German territories. And all this without bloodshed. It actually seemed as if there really was to be "no more war!"

The Days of Our Revolution

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2013-03-12 08:14

From Leopold Wenger's Trip Diary

The Days of Our Revolution

copyright 2013 Wilhelm Wenger and Carolyn Yeager

Translated from the German by Hasso Castrup

Following are the stirring events that took place in Leoben, Styria from February 12 through March 20, 1938, preparatory to the Anchluss (Austria becoming part of the German Reich) as recorded at the time by 16 year-old Hitler Youth member Leopold Wenger. Courtesy of Willy Wenger. -cy

12 February 1938  On our old campsite, at our cabin on Kraubatheck, there was for quite a long time already plans for a Hitler Youth camp again and it was scheduled to open this evening ... and as our term vacations were ending on 16 February, we were to spend four full days. Everything was already prepared and the food was already up there. I apologized that I could not come before Sunday because we had to sit in the police prison of Leoben and Wurschitz - 12 hours for a bicycle offense. (The fine was too expensive for us, therefore I had to endure the sentence). These 12 hours felt like an eternity. We were there together with all kinds of criminals: One of them told us that recently a Nazi was sitting there too, was then sent on to the district court but first he hid his revolver, cartridges and a swastika armband with the stamp of Donawitz in a wastebasket. One of the crooks found it and, with pleasure, handed it to the police.

Below: Our cabin in Schladnitzgraben; Right: Illegal Hitler Youth meet for skiing.

Group picture of Leoben illegal Hitler Youth, Feburary 1938


He asked me if I ever had anything to do with the police. Surprised, I denied it. Then he told me that our comrade Tiefental was brought to police HQ (hauled directly from his job) and interrogated by Major Zenz. He was shown a list, comprising all members of our [Hitler Youth] group in Leoben, including our group leader Marek. All the Scharführers, etc. were listed exactly. We were shocked. No one could imagine how the police got this information. That was the reason why the Hitler Youth camp had to be canceled immediately on account of the risk of a razzia [raid].

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