World War II

Saturday Afternoon with Carolyn: The Deeper Meaning of Nuremberg

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2014-09-06 19:07
 
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Sept. 6, 2014

Maurice Bardeche's intellectually and morally courageous report on France's participation in the 1945-46 proceedings of the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg has been translated into many languages.

Carolyn discusses the first "holocaust" revisionist book to appear, Nuremberg or the Promised Land (1948) by Maurice Bardeche, which brilliantly foresaw the "New World Order" of the Allied victors to be based on Universal Humanism as the ruling spirit everywhere. This spirit is anti-Nationalist to the core and Bardeche was called a Fascist in his day. Time: 2h20min. Some highlights:

  • Nuremberg is the source of "The Religion of Humanity," "The Conscience of Humanity" and "The Human Person";
  • The Crimes Against Peace indictment was based on documents such as the Hossbach Note and the Schmundt File, which are open to interpretation;
  • The French delegation should have concerned itself only with what people of France experienced, not what took place in concentration camps in Poland;
  • International Law is a scam invented by Jews, used to destroy Fatherlands;
  • Under the Führer Prinzip, which was ignored at Nuremberg, Adolf Hitler was responsible for every order he gave, not the person who carried it out, and he accepted this responsibility;
  • French President Francois Hollande is a product of Nuremberg, stating on Friday that his raison d'etre is to serve "the weakest, the most humble, the poorest" ... these being examples of "The Human Person".

"Hitler's Table Talk" Study Hour: Episode 26

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2014-09-03 17:37
 
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Sept. 3, 2014

Hitler takes in the view from the terrace of his mountaintop home, the Berghof. He says he always found it difficult to leave there.

Ray Goodwin and Carolyn Yeager read and comment on the Feb. 6th-17th, 1942 dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down by trusted aide, attorney Heinrich Heim. Included in this episode:

  • Commentary on Britain, France and Japan, plus Germany's best engineers come from Swabia and Württemburg;
  • More on criminals and the judicial system, and Church doctrines that oppose truth;
  • Various types of government - monachy vs republic;
  • A loyal state church, the beauties of Obersalzberg;
  • The kind of aircraft Germany needed, and some of the "luck" involved in the Narvik victory;
  • More humorous stories of Hitler's motor cars and his drivers;
  • The Duce should get rid of the monarchy, and how Jews interfere with the natural order.

The edition of Hitler's Table Talk being used was translated by Norman Cameron and R.H. Stevens, published by Enigma Books, New York, and can be found as a pdf here.

Saturday Afternoon: Two Manfred Roeders

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2014-08-23 18:53
 
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August 23, 2014

Manfred Roeder (b1929), known as "the German Ghandi" for devoting his life to serving German independence, dressed here iin "Volk" fashion in Austria.

Carolyn Yeager looks at two outstanding Germans named Manfred Roeder: the military judge who prosecuted the "Red Orchestra" traitors in 1942-43, and the patriotic activist called the Federal Republic's "most dangerous and notorious critic" who died on July 30th at age 85.

She also tells of a German historian's revisionist conclusions refuting the Belgian version of the famous Louvain massacre by German troops in August 1914. Highlights include:

  • Prof. Ulrich Keller says German troops faced sniper fire from Belgian partisans (francs-tireurs) in the city of Louvain in WW1, and the evidence is found in 150 sworn statements from investigations and court records;
  • The younger Manfred Roeder fought in the Battle of Berlin at age 15-16, and continued the battle for a true constitutional Germany free of US/Jewish domination for the rest of his life;
  • Roeder was sentenced to prison twice (for 13 yrs and 2.5 yrs) for arson attacks and Volksverhetzung - incitement to hatred and insult;
  • The death sentences sought and gained by Roeder the military jurist were all upheld on appeal after the war as being conducted in accordance with the law;
  • The older Roeder was fully accepted in German society postwar, being an active member of the CDU, even though he had served and been admired by Hitler and Goering.

At right, Manfred Roeder (b1900), Generalrichter, in Luftwaffe uniform. His age and the date of the picture is unknown.

The Korherr Report

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2014-08-19 12:22

This is a translation of the Korherr Report in full posted by "Roberto" at the Axis History Forum. You can check it against the German original, which is also linked to. I have highlighted the parts most under discussion/debate in blue. ~CY

Post Number:#1  Postby Roberto on 18 Mar 2002, 19:44

A document often referred to on this forum, the Korherr Report should, in my opinion, be available online for consultation by all interested readers.

The report was prepared in two versions, a “long version” for Himmler and a “short version” for the Führer himself. The original German wording of both versions is transcribed under the following links:
http://www.ns-archiv.de/verfolgung/korherr/korherr-lang.php
(“long version”)

"The Führer's Word"

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2014-08-12 11:58

 Found by Richard at http://www.artic.edu/aic/collections/exhibitions/TASS/resource/1665

Photograph: The Führer's Word

Photographer unknown (German). "The Führer’s Word," 12-Uhr-Blatt, October 9, 1941. The caption below these images of Soviet prisoners of war reads, "We are fighting against an enemy that – and I have to say it here – consists not of human beings, but of animals and beasts!"

Such photographs – often featuring three figures, as in TASS 60 – appeared in the daily and weekly German press accompanied by captions that further underscored the inferiority of people with Asiatic, Semitic, and Slavic features.

The Heretics' Hour: Europe commemorates WWI Centennial

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2014-08-05 00:50
 
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August 4, 2014

Carolyn Yeager describes the speeches and comments by the current leaders of the countries that participated in World War 1:  Britain, Belgium, France, Russia and Germany/Austria. In the second hour, a report from Paul Hickman on the Ehrenmarsch for the victims of Bad Nenndorf in Germany and more on Adolf Hitler's Platterhof speech. Some highlights:

  • British Prime Minister David Cameron takes the prize for continuing to argue that a "great moral cause" was being fought for in the Great War;
  • Vladimir Putin also finds it impossible to find any fault with Russia in starting that war;
  • Reports show that armed troops of both France and Russia crossed the border into Germany on August 2, the day before Wilhelm II declared war on France;
  • NPD organizers of the Bad Nenndorf Memorial March want a plaque at the site to commemorate the Germans tortured there by the British;
  • Veronica Clark's comments at The White Network reveal her changing story and questionable sources;
  • An examination of the entire Platterhof speech shows that the racial question makes up only 1/12 of the content and contributes to the larger discussion of building up a stronger German Folk.

Image: Depiction of the Battle of Doberdò, fought in August 1916 between the Italian and the Austro-Hungarian armies. Enlarge

"Hitler's Table Talk" Study Hour: Episode 21

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2014-07-31 15:49
 
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July 31, 2014

Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the January 17-22, 1942 dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down by trusted aide, attorney Heinrich Heim.  Included in this episode:

  • The unexpected winter temperatures in Russia were providential even if difficult;
  • Stories about Hindenberg and Von Papen, plus Hitler's first financial decision after becoming Chancellor;
  • Thoughts on dueling;
  • Discussion of nationalities - Czechs compared to Hungarians, Romanians and Germans;
  • About food - fish, the potato, herbivore vs carnivore, vegetarianism, alcohol and tobacco;
  • The story of Foxl [Fuchsl], his WWI pet dog.

Image: From left: Ernst Schmidt, Max Amman, Adolf Hitler, Foxl in 1915. Enlarge

The edition of Hitler's Table Talk being used was translated by Norman Cameron and R.H. Stevens, published by Enigma Books, New York, and can be found as a pdf here.

Will Putin follow Stalin's Katyn strategy on the airline shoot-down?

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2014-07-21 00:18

REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino

In dealing with the tragedy of the downed Malaysian airliner MH17, the leader of the Russian Federation, President Vladimir Putin is behaving more and more like a throwback to Josef Stalin and his cover-up of the Katyn massacre. It was Stalin who approved the murder of thousands of Polish nationals in 1940, including military officers, dumping their bodies in mass graves hidden from view in the Katyn Forest near Smolensk, Russia.

If the Wehrmacht had not invaded Russia in Operation Barbarossa in June 1941, the evidence of this massacre would never have been found. Here is a recount of how the crime was discovered, taken from Wikipedia:

The government of National-Socialist Germany announced the discovery of mass graves in the Katyn Forest in 1943. When the London-based  Polish government-in-exile asked for an investigation by the International Red Cross, Stalin immediately severed diplomatic relations with it. The Soviet Union claimed the victims had been murdered by the Nazis, and continued to deny responsibility for the massacres until 1990, when it officially acknowledged and condemned the perpetration of the killings by the NKVD, as well as the subsequent cover-up by the Soviet government.

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"Hitler's Table Talk" Study Hour: Episode 19

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2014-07-17 22:27
 
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July 17, 2014

Ray Goodwin and Carolyn Yeager read and comment on the dinner table monologues by the German Leader from Jan. 8-13, 1942, as taken down by trusted legal aide Heinrich Heim. Included in this episode:

  • Hitler reminisces about schoolboy pranks and other youthful experiences;

  • More reminiscences about the dangers of airplane travel, plus campaigning by air vs motor-car in 1931-32, and building autobahns in the East;

  • Japan's sudden wealth, plus Britain's wealth is in India;

  • Discussion of following orders and supply problems on Eastern Front, plus better preparations for foreign conditions in the future;
  • Churchill's policies favor no one but Jews, and how the British rule India.

Click image to enlarge: The schoolboy Adolf Hitler - never a dull moment.

The edition of Hitler's Table Talk being used was translated by Norman Cameron and R.H. Stevens, published by Enigma Books, New York, and can be found as a pdf here.

The Heretcs' Hour: Traitors and Misfits - The Cambridge Five

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2014-07-15 00:34
 
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July 14, 2014

The Cambridge Five left to right: Anthony Blunt, Donald Maclean, Guy Burgess, Harold "Kim" Philby, John Cairncross

Five privileged young men of the British establishment are successfully recruited in the early 1930's while at Trinity College, Cambridge to seek careers in the Foreign Office and Military Intelligence for the purpose of passing sensitive information to Stalin's Soviet Union. Some highlights:

  • In the "misfit" category: two were homosexual, two (maybe three) were alcoholic, only two lived as married men;
  • They all remained productive on through the "Cold War" with Philby lasting the longest, until 1963;
  • Anthony Blunt, who was not as active, was outed in 1963 and confessed the following year, himself outing several others, for which he avoided prosecution;
  • British military intelligence did not want to advertise their weaknesses to the public, which benefitted Blunt and Cairncross;
  • Cairncross was able to pass decrypted commnication of the German High Command about the crucial battle of Kursk;
  • Philby was the most valuable of the five to the Soviet Union, but in the end he was not named a Hero of the SU, as Sorge was, only his image placed on a postage stamp. He died disappointed in the proletariat paradise.

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