World War II

After a long wait, the Einsatzgruppen book is finally in my hands

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2018-12-23 00:04

By Carolyn Yeager

I RECEIVED THE OTHER DAY the long-awaited book The Einsatzgruppen in the Occupied Eastern Territories by Carlo Mattogno and am eager to get into it. After first looking at the Table of Contents, I went straight to a couple of pages at the back headed “Conclusion” and was satisfied, as of the moment anyway, with the way it was presented. I will condense it for you even more here:

The mission of the Einsatzgruppen as the German Army moved into and occupied Soviet Russian territory included first and foremost the collection of important Soviet documents. Administratively, they restored the social and economic structure after the devastation of the retreating Soviets, and also were charged with identifying and controlling hostile elements in the population, ie. the partisans. Most Jews fell into that category.

Lundeen's death paved the way for Minnesota to elect Internationalists

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2018-11-30 20:37

By Carolyn Yeager

WHEN MINNESOTA SENATOR ERNEST LUNDEEN WAS KILLED IN A PLANE CRASH over Virginia on August 31, 1940, the Republican governor was able, according to the rules, to appoint a fellow Republican to fill the senator's seat. Though Lundeen had begun his political career as a Republican, he had run for office as a Farmer-Labor "Democrat" since 1933.

Governor Harold Stassen (left) had been the keynote speaker at the 1940 Republican National Convention in June that nominated Wendell Willkie as it's presidential candidate. Stassen threw his support to Willkie and even became his official floor manager. The circumstances of the 1940 Republican convention were unusual, from beginning to end.

Willkie was a New York lawyer, corporate executive, Democrat activist and 'interventionist' who only switched to the Republican party in late 1939! He had not run in any primaries but positioned himself as an acceptable choice for a deadlocked convention. Front runners for the nomination, Ohio Sen. Robert Taft, Michigan Sen Arthur Vandenberg, and New York District Attorney Tom Dewey, were all non-interventionist, as was Senator Lundeen of Stassen's state of Minnesota. The east-coast Republicans tended to be the internationalists who wanted to take sides in the European conflicts, and that's who Stassen seemed to be representing.

Three American friends of Germany during wartime—Lundeen, Strassburger and Viereck

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2018-11-27 00:23

MY FRIEND WOUTER SENT ME THE ARTICLE BELOW ABOUT ERNEST LUNDEEN, an American “isolationist” politician from Minnesota who had a fair-minded and truth-seeking attitude toward the German-Polish conflict and the war of September 1939. Through Lundeen, I've learned about a couple others who are also of particular interest to me. Lundeen served in the US House of Representatives from 1917 to 1919, when he was one of 50 Congressmen to vote against the U.S. declaration of war against Germany on April 6, 1917. For this reason he was not renominated by his Republican party. After switching to the Democratic Farmer-Labor party, he was elected again from 1933 to 1937 in the Roosevelt landslide. He then went on to become Minnesota Senator from 1937 until his untimely death in a plane crash on August 31, 1940.

Lundeen's father, C.H. Lundeen was an early pioneer in South Dakota, where Ernest was born and raised. The Lundeens in the USA come from Norway and Austria, according to ancestry sites. Ernest Lundeen is what I would call a true American patriot.

Time for Europe to drop the dishonorable war guilt against Germany

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2018-11-20 00:27

And time for Germans to demand it!

THE WAR GUILT HOAX

By August Krazer

The first part originally appeared as a letter to the editor dated 31 August, 1981, on the 49th anniversary of the eve of Germany's invasion of Poland, Sept 1, 1939. Find the German original here. This is a machine translation lovingly and carefully improved on by yours truly, Carolyn Yeager.


RUDOLF TRENKEL, BORN IN THORN, SAID AT A LECTURE in Scharzfeld/Harz (1978) on the basis of the captured files of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Intelligence, that in 1933 Poland had tried a preventive war against Germany with the support of France, as well as in 1936.

In the summer of 1939 more than 50,000 Germans were imprisoned, 70,000 fled, and "thousands of ethnic German women and children, men and old people were brutally murdered."

German government censorship office harasses Canadian website

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2018-11-04 01:03

By Carolyn Yeager

THERE IS A WONDERFUL WEBSITE THAT HOLDS A TREASURE TROVE OF WRITINGS offering an alternative view to 20th Century German and related European history. It is called Scriptorium – your alternative history bookstore! It's not really a bookstore, but more like a library where everything can be read right there, or copied and saved in your own private digital library. Those responsible for the site are mainly German-Canadians, as I understand it, but as they say on their opening page (linked to above), the website is American-hosted. It features articles, books and brochures translated from German to English, along with a number of works originally written in the English language but which are hard to find, or have been squelched by the PC thought police. They actively continue to create new translations.

Book Update: 3rd edition now available

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2018-09-15 12:39

    "Your book 'The Artist Within the Warlord' is outstanding. It helped me understand Der Fuhrer's escape into his Linz plans even as the Red Army closed in on Berlin. It seemed like delusional behavior until I learned from you that it was the only thing that gave him relief as das ende was closing in.  - KIRK CONKLIN, Jan. 1, 2019     

The 3rd edition of “The Artist Within the Warlord: An Adolf Hitler You've Never Known” is now available at Amazon and many other booksellers.

It can also be ordered directly from me for $21 plus $5 shipping/handling within the USA. I will individually inscribe every book I send out – a personal touch you can only get when ordering from me. Here's how it works:

You can mail cash or a check or money order for $26 made out to Carolyn Yeager, PO Box 294044, Kerrville TX with your mailing address enclosed. I will sign and mail the book to you, protectively bubble-wrapped.

"History has to change" - Hitler-Stalin-Churchill-Roosevelt in WWII

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2018-04-03 19:52

The following is copied from the julius milaitis blog, where it was posted in May 2011. It's a review of the book by Finnish author Erkki Hautamäki, titled Finland in the Eye of the Storm, recommended to me by a Dutch friend who will be nameless because he lives under the Stalinesque laws of the European Union. The blog post has no copyright on it so I've posted the whole thing. If someone with authority has a problem with this, just let me know and I'll make adjustments. Of course, it's because I think this content is very important in the interests of getting to the truth about the Allied role in starting WWII. Read more about Erkki Hautamäki here. -cy

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Finnish author Erkki Hautamäki was a councillor of education and a reservist in the Finnish army, holding the rank of Major. Hautamäki has completed a lengthy process and fulfilled a historical task in his book “Finland in the Eye of the Storm”, which Marshall Mannerheim and his trusted aid Vilho Tahvanainen left for future generations. Driven by a need to bring out the historical truth for the Baltic Youth, this book is dedicated to Vilho Tahvanainen, an unrelenting patriot and aid to Field Marshall C.G.E. Mannerheim.

From the prologue of the book, by E Hautamäki:

German Soldiers in the Soviet Union: Letters from the East

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2018-03-04 18:41

Front and back cover of the 1941 booklet "German Soldiers in the Soviet Union" by Wolfgang Diewerge.


By Carolyn Yeager

I RECEIVED AN EMAIL FROM 'ROGER' with a link to a Third Reich book of soldiers' letters from the East, titled “German Soldiers in the Soviet Union: Letters from the East” (Deutsche Soldaten sehen die Sowjet-Union. Feldpostbriefe aus dem Osten) by Wolfgang Diewerge, published in 1941. I don't recall seeing this particular page in Randall Bytwerk's Calvin College “German Propaganda Archive” before now. The page is copyrighted, so I will only reproduce a few of the letter excerpts here, in order to draw your attention to them.

Roger wanted to know if there was an English translation of the full 60 page booklet. Not that I know of, so if anyone out there is interested in producing a translation, please do contact me.

After reading it, I was inspired to write the following few paragraphs on what ideas it brought to my mind on this Sunday morning:

British Lady Renouf questioned by German police after speech in Dresden

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2018-02-19 11:05

Rally in Dresden. Gerd Ittner (left), rally organizer, stands by Lady Michele Renouf (center) at the podium with her translator Nikolai Nerling (known as the "Volkslehrer") after giving a strong speech outlining British support and sympathy with fellow German dissidents.


Watch the video of Renouf's speech here.

On Saturday. a rally was held in Dresden, Germany in memory of the victims of the February 1945 firebombing of the architecturally-renowned central city that was filled with refugees at the time.

In an impromptu speech, translated on the spot by a German friend, Lady Michele Renouf, with Gerd Ittner, one of the rally's organizers standing next to her, stated that the "wicked" British war government "deliberately hoped to kill as many as 900,000 German civilians" with their three day bombing schedule, aided by the Americans.

Carolyn talks with Sven Longshanks about “The Artist Within the Warlord”

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2018-02-16 22:06
 
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I APPRECIATED SVEN'S INVITATION to appear on his Aryan Insights program at Radio Aryan. We did a morning session (not my best time for talking) but I talked and talked and couldn't seem to stop! I'm afraid Sven didn't get much of a chance, but he is a complete gentleman and we have become friends from doing just this one podcast together. The result is something of an overview of both Hermann Giesler and Willi Kriessmann and I – and I don't leave out Adolf Hitler either. This is my edited version of our session. 55m.

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