The Heretics' Hour, Live, Monday, April 22, 9-11 pm Eastern time (6-8 Pacific) on The White Network, "Comparing the German and Japanese Surrender to the Allies"
Carolyn will look at some practical questions raised about these historic events, including "Why didn't Hitler address the German nation before his suicide," "Why was Hirohito allowed to live and continue his reign," and some deeper questions, such as "What does it mean to lose."
Pictured right: FM Wilhelm Keitel, Chief of Army (center) with Chief of the Luftwaffe Stumpff (left), Admiral Friedeberg of the Kriegsmarine (right) at surrender ceremony, May 8 in Berlin-Karlhorst.
If time permits, in the 2nd hour, the 100th anniversary of the rape/murder of “little Mary Phagan” by the Jew Leo Frank on April 26, 1913 will be noted. This event sparked the decision in the Jewish community to form a U.S. organization solely committed to defending Jews accused of crimes – resulting in the Anti-Defamation League.