World War II

The Heretics' Hour: Carolyn and Wilhelm Kriessmann discuss Kaytn

Published by admin on Wed, 2011-10-26 18:45

April 12 , 2010

Dr. Wilhelm Kriessmann returns as Carolyn’s guest to discuss:

  • The crash of the airliner carrying Polish dignitaries to the Katyn commemoration
  • The causes of the start of the war between Poland and Germany
  • The murders at Katyn by the NVKD, and the wrongful blaming of Germany for the crime

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The Heretics' Hour: Interview with Wilhelm L. Kriessmann

Published by admin on Wed, 2011-10-26 18:42

March 15, 2010

Carolyn talks with World War II Wehrmacht veteran and Luftwaffe bomber pilot Wilhelm Kriessmann (pictured right in 1940 enlarge) about the political climate in Austria during his youth in the 1920s and ’30s; then his wartime and post-war experiences. Kriessmann was incarcerated in the British concentration camp for political prisoners at Wolfsberg for nine months after his return to his family home in Sept. 1945; then for a further eight months at Camp Wetzelsdorf before being released in 1947 and continuing his education.

About Wilhelm Kriessmann

Listeners can learn more about Wilhelm Kriessmann’s WWII experiences here and here.

Dr. Kriessmann received his Ph.D. at Gratz University in Austria. After a few years in the Trade Ministry, he was appointed Austrian Trade Commissioner for the U.S. west coast in 1953, which led to his eventual permanent move to California. In more recent years he turned to writing - publishing many articles and features in German-American periodicals. He has always been an avid sportsman, with a special fondness for the ski slopes, long biking trips and tennis.

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The Day M: Stalin’s Mobilization to Attack Germany

Published by admin on Wed, 2011-10-26 16:48

By Wilhelm Mann & Carolyn Yeager


World War II

British and Soviet machinations across the Balkans

Published by admin on Mon, 2011-10-24 01:55

Giesler: “–a few days later the putsch occurred in Belgrade. Here again, although hidden, the combined effort of the English and Russian leadership stage managed that revolt.


World War II

The Search for WWII Mass Graves

Published by admin on Sun, 2011-10-23 02:37

The search for mass graves to support WWII extermination numbers is taking a surprising turn


By Carolyn Yeager and Wilhelm Kriessmann

First published January 2010 - copyright 2010 Carolyn Yeager


     Introduction: Questions about the official World War Two death figures increasingly mount. Where are the proofs for these numbers? Where are the bodies? Did people just vaporize into thin air--as some believe, going up in smoke through tall chimneys? 

    Two responsible figures have recently and publicly added their voices to the question of six million Poles murdered (ostensibly by Nazis) from 1939 to 1945.

    One is the last communist head of state for Poland from 1985-90, Wojciech Jaruzelski. Speaking to a journalist for Izvestia (Russian daily newspaper), he said, rather tongue-in-cheek, that he cannot understand how the Polish population exploded between 1946 and 1970, and then leveled off to become stagnant from 1990 till today. ( He humorously remarked that there had to have been "a strong aphrodisiac" to lead to the birth of millions of new Poles because "in the grocery stores there had been only vinegar and millions had died even after the war."

A Reich of Art And Culture

Published by admin on Sun, 2011-10-16 13:34


By Carolyn Yeager 

Adolf Hitler’s study at the Berghof, where every detail was carried out to his exact specifications. A British Homes & Gardens magazine pictorial lay out on Hitler’s home described him as “his own decorator, designer and furnisher, as well as architect.”


The effort to “explain” the phenomenon of Adolf Hitler is made impossible for mainstream writers by their obligatory need to portray him as a perpetrator of genocide, war atrocities, and “the murderer of millions.”


World War II

Hanna Reitsch – warrior of flight and freedom

Published by admin on Fri, 2011-10-14 02:41

by Carolyn Yeager
copyright 2008 Carolyn Yeager

Hanna Reitsch is unusual in being a feminine woman who was yet the equal of men in a dangerous male profession – test-piloting new military aircraft. Her love of flying from childhood on, along with her superior intelligence, determination, and ability to withstand tremendous stresses, gave her the edge that allowed her to rise to the top of the aviation world.

Hans-Ulrich Rudel: The man who might have been the next German Führer

Published by admin on Mon, 2011-10-10 22:12

Stuka pilot Hans-Ulrich Rudel, on duty, wearing the decoration Adolf Hitler designed especially for him. Below, official photo of Rudel -click to enlarge.


World War II

Rev. Report 5-14-11

Published by admin on Sun, 2011-10-09 22:34

Guest: Rudi Pueschel. How the newly created nation of Czechoslovia persecuted the Sudetan Germans after WWI and new evidence the Brtish were the main force behind it.