World War II

The Heretics' Hour: Music of Christmas during the Third Reich

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2014-12-14 19:45
 
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Dec. 15, 2014

Margaret Huffstickler returns with another great musical show -- a tour of German Christmas music that was heard and enjoyed during the Third Reich. Eleven selections are played, ranging from children's choirs and soft lullabys to the voices of soldiers from all the many fronts in 1942 singing Stille Nacht together connected by radio ... and by their comradeship.

Margaret translates and comments on each selection, giving us some background information and a sense of how Germans celebrated Weinachten at that time. I hope you enjoy it and Fröhliche Weinachten to you all!! [1hr50min]

"Hitler's Table Talk" Study Hour: Episode 39

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2014-12-11 16:50
 
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Dec. 11, 2014

President Paul Hindenburg, Minister-General Werner von Blomberg and Chancellor Adolf Hitler at the Garrison Church on the 'Day of Potsdam,' March 1933.

Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the May 20-June 4, 1942 lunch and dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by aide Henry Picker. Included in this episode:

  • Hitler explains how he raised the standard of living for showgirls in Berlin;
  • He describes in detail his assumption of power, including negotiations with Von Papen, Generals Schleicher and Hammerstein, and the "Old Gentleman" Hindenburg;
  • How his relationship with Hindenburg became very warm and close;
  • Treatment of spies and war-time criminals must be the most severe--compares them to the idealist at the Front;
  • Approves of a movie film about Lola Montez and Ludwig 1 of Bavaria;
  • Artists should be recognized in their lifetimes--Mozart, Bruckner and Haydn--Vienna compared to Munich as art capitals;
  • Hitler advises to follow nature in designing aircraft and ships--the importance and difficulty of invention;
  • Murder in Prague--Hitler reacts angrily to the assassination death of the "irreplaceable" Reinhard Heydrich and orders that all must obey regulations intended to ensure their safety. [1hr46min]

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: Eric Hunt discusses his latest film on Majdanek myths

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2014-12-06 19:01
 
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Dec. 6, 2014

Video maker Eric Hunt discusses his latest film creation, "The Majdanek Gas Chamber Myth" with Carolyn. It has been made available for viewing - for free! - at his website Holocaust Hoax Museum beginning right after the end of this program. Included in the many topics he covers:

  • This is his fourth major video since his first one "Last Days of the Big Lie";
  • The importance of reaching the youth and 20-somethings who are mercilessly targeted by the billion-dollar Holocaust Industry;
  • The embarrassing (for them) back-tracking that the Majdanek Museum has been forced to do, particularly as to numbers "killed", because of revisionist findings;
  • Eric's discovery of the real path of the arrivals at Majdanek from undressing to showers to out into the camp (scroll down) - and how he clearly depicts it in his video;
  • The openness and visibility of the Majdanek camp to Lublin and other settled areas and roads meant "no hiding anything";
  • Some discussion of poor hygiene conditions in the camp as the reason for a higher than usual number of actual deaths: officially 78,000 in 3.5 years;
  • Eric's operation requires more funding - there is an immediate need for $10,000 to assure ongoing products and product improvement. Chip in! And circulate the film. [1hr56min]

The Heretics' Hour: Finnish-Soviet Winter War 75th Anniversary

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2014-12-02 02:51
 
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Dec. 1, 2014

Seventy-five years ago, on Nov. 30, 1939, the Soviet Union invaded Finland, thinking it could overwhelm a much smaller country by its size. But the Soviets were in for a surprise. What lessons does this short but brutal war have for us today? Included are:

  • Molotov-Ribbentrop pact and secret protocol;
  • How intelligence and motivation aided the Finns;
  • Losses -26,000 Finnish dead or missing vs 127,000 Soviet Russian dead or missing;
  • Can the Ukrainians hold off the Russians as well as the Finns did?

Plus, a closer look at Ukrainian nationalist leader Stepan Bandera and his arrest and incarceration at Sachsenhausen near Berlin. Included :

  • Bandera's fanatical movement veered away from sharing the same objectives as N-S Germany;
  • Bandera's death in 1959 ordered by the KGB head Alexander Shelepin and Nikita Khrushchev;
  • Ukrainian nationalists have been the most persevering of all, and most hated by the Russians. [1hr51min]

Image: Lieutenant Aarne Juutilainen became a national hero for his defence of Finland during the Battle of Kollaa.

Russia behind another UN resolution against "heroization of Nazism"

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2014-11-23 10:17

YOU have to choose. There is no way to pretend any longer that these two men represent anything similar in the way of a world-view or a future for the White Western people and the civilization they alone created. Look at the shape of the faces; compare the chin and the eyes. Putin's eyes are very close together and coldly calculating compared to Hitler's honest gaze. Putin has also had complete "face-lift" surgery and Botox injections in this picture; Hitler had neither, ever.

The anti-racist activist Vladimir Putin is continually working behind-the-scenes to install the Soviet-Globalist-Jewish-Nuremburg Tribunal's 20th Century 'historical' narrative concerning Germany's Third Reich as legally-mandated truth and reality in all corners of the world.

This insidious, invidious campaign continues to radiate from the Kremlin, under the direction of President Putin, who at the same time  is using Adolf Hitler's successes in 1936-1940 as a blueprint for his own actions in "claiming-reclaiming" neighboring territories that were once under Soviet control, though not historically Russian.

As reported by Tass, Russia's news agency:

The Goebbels-Vlasov-Irving Question, Part 2

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2014-11-22 02:50

by Carolyn Yeager

Above: General Andrei Vlasov speaks to Soviet collaborators wearing the uniform of the German Wehrmacht, after completion of field service training.

Right: ROA (Russian Liberation Army) Chevron Identification insignia.

What David Irving wrote about Vlasov in his book about Joseph Goebbels

Guess what? It all fits on one page, 770, of the Pdf version of Goebbels: Mastermind of the Third Reich. It reads as follows:

Their unsettled policies toward the captive lieutenant-general Andrei Vlasov further illustrated this rift at the top. This renegade Russian offered to raise an army of fellow prisoners to overthrow bolshevism in Russia. Goebbels backed him; again Himmler and Hitler did not.43 Note 43: Himmler to Stuckart, Jul 16, 1943 (NA film T175, roll 33,2113)

Recall that WWS said that Vlasov had an army of 200,000 trained troops ready to go!

When Hitler did grudgingly allow the project to go ahead, it was purely as a dishonest propaganda ploy.

Goebbels’ radio stations thereupon took up Vlasov’s cause. After hearing one such broadcast on his automobile radio in July, Himmler wrote, ‘I forbid the S.S. once and for all to fall in, in any way whatsoever, with the entire bolshevik-Vlasov act which the Wehrmacht are staging and which the Führer has so clearly rejected.45  Note 45: Himmler to Gunter d'Alquen, July 11, 1943 (BDC file, d'Alquen).

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Russia, Slavs, World War II

The Goebbels-Vlasov-Irving Question

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2014-11-19 02:53

The Case of what David Irving wrote about Joseph Goebbels according to Wolf Wall Street.

The question: Did Goebbels fight to convince Adolf Hitler to put the captured Soviet general and collaborator Andrey Vlasov into the field against the Red Army, sometime before 1943?

Background: Vlasov's army was surrounded and he was captured on July 12, 1942. A Baltic German captain convinced Vlasov to cooperate with the German Army. Vlasov was taken to Berlin under the protection of the Wehrmacht's propaganda department. He founded the "Russian Liberation Committee" in hopes of forming a Russian Liberation Army. In Spring 1943 Vlasov wrote an anti-Bolshevik leaflet that was dropped by the millions on Soviet forces. He also wrote an open letter against Bolshevism. The propaganda department issued Russian Liberation Army patches to Russian volunteers using Vlasov's name, but those who wore them never served under his command. Both Adolf Hitler and Heinrich Himmler were against giving Vlasov command of an army of Russians so it wasn't until March 1945 that he was given this opportunity. His final act in early May was to allow his battalions in Prague to join the Czech Resistance and fire upon the SS troops still fighting there.

Saturday Afternoon: Hitler's "fatal mistakes" and Germany's "mixed people"

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2014-11-15 20:16
 
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Nov. 15, 2014

Propaganda Minister Josef Goebbels (far right) meets with POW Soviet Generals Vlasov (far left) and Schienkow (center) in February 1945. Enlarge

Carolyn Yeager begins by addressing the silly, gossipy attacks floating around about her which have their source with Rodney Martin. She points out that Martin is losing decent radio hosts because of his in-the-gutter behavior, which is just what he deserves.

Carolyn then critiques her friend Wolf Wall Street's presentation on the "Nordic Myth" and Germany's "mixed ethnicity people", plus Adolf Hitler's "fatal" mistakes" from Wolf's latest podcast (on 11-9). Wolf came on during the second hour to discuss our differences, as well as Markus who was a big help and was appreciated by both. During the overtime, things heated up and Wolf left the conversation, but Markus and I continued a little longer. I think it was an informative program; the listener can judge for himself. Nothing essential was removed in the editing.

"Hitler's Table Talk" Study Hour: Episode 33

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2014-10-23 22:37
 
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Oct. 23, 2014

Alfred Rosenberg's opus came out in April 1942 and Hitler had little interest in it, but the opposition of the Churches helped increase its sales to a million by 1944.

Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the April 5 - 11, 1942 lunch and dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by aide Henry Picker. 1hr39min. Included in this episode:

  • German diplomatic corp and the giving of awards to foreign dignitaries;
  • Too much money going to churches - defends Reich Bishop against Martin Niemöller;
  • NSDAP vs the bourgeoisie;
  • Standardization of the motor car industry;
  • German-Italian friendship and good relations have been helpful;
  • Japanese religion compared to Christianity, and more opinions on the Church and its dogma;
  • Alfred Rosenberg's The Myth of the Twentieth Century is published and Hitler comments on it;
  • The correct German policy in the Eastern territories.

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 Heretics' Hour: Hitler and the Slavs, 2

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2014-10-21 00:47
 
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Oct. 20, 2014

Why Hitler and Himmler did not enlist nationalist Russians and other Slavs to help them fight the war on the Eastern Front.2hr23min.

  • Adolf Hitler's opinion of Jews and Slavs originated with his experiences in Vienna in his late teens, early twenties;
  • Hitler considered the Germanic peoples the leading race of Europe and once much of Europe was occupied by the German Reich, thought to include other Germanic nations/peoples into the Reich, but only after careful "Germanization";
  • Himmler was desirous of preserving all "Germanic blood" - Hitler advised caution;
  • Danzig Free State and "Falsifications of Polish History" give important background on the true long-term intentions of Poland against Germany;
  • Himmler speaks at some length about "the Russian" whether Czarist or Stalinist, and about General Vlasov in his speech at Posen, Oct. 4, 1943;
  • The N-S attitude is "we take care of our own first" and this is what the so-called anti-slavism is all about.

Image: Reichsführer SS Heinrich Himmler shakes hands with captive Russian General Andrey Vlasov. Enlarge

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