Leopold Wenger's letters from France, May-December 1941
'Poldi in Brest, France, 1941, in his Me 109
copyright 2013 Wilhelm Wenger and Carolyn Yeager
Translated from the German by Markus
Continued from Jan-April 1941
1 May 1941: [Still in the city of Cherbourg] Drunk sailors are found in all corners today because it is a common holiday. I used this free afternoon to thoroughly sleep myself out because where we live, and get up at 5 a.m. for emergency service which lasts until 10 p.m., drastically gets on one's nerves. Then the commuting from the city to our squadron location takes another half hour. I will be happy whenever I can go back to my squadron, which is heading further West.
How are my two little siblings doing? Is Gerhard still so terrible? Or has he gotten better? [2 years old] And Greterl [6 years old] ought to get her hair cut again, for then I will send her chocolate.
What did you say when you heard that I got promoted to lieutenant? It went quite fast. I was Oberfähnrich for only 12 days. I didn't even get a wage increase for being Oberfähnrich; a big lump sum will be paid all at once. Continue reading at Carolyn Yeager Writings
The Unforgivable Sins of Mark Weber
From left: Mark Weber, visitor Fredrick Toben, Greg Raven at the IHR office in Southern California in April 1997.
By Carolyn Yeager
Mark Weber must be forced out of the IHR along with his Board of Directors and a brand new Board should be appointed by a committee made up of at least nine recognized historical/holocaust revisionists, each with a track record of honesty and commitment. This is the method Weber used in the early nineties when he played a major role in ousting founder Willis Carto from the IHR, so it can't be called unfair.
All the way back in 2004, one of the brightest lights in the holocaust revisionist movement, Germar Rudolf, dramatically pointed out Mark Weber's failings as Director in an article “IHR: Is the Ship Sinking?.” In April 2009, Robert Faurisson called upon Mark Weber to resign immediately from the Institute for Historical Review (IHR), after Weber published an essay with the title, “How Relevant is Holocaust Revisionism?” and answering in the negative, i.e. that it no longer was.The Director of the IHR, an organization founded for the purpose of combating “the hoax of the holocaust,” concluded his essay with this sentence: “In the real world struggle against Jewish-Zionist power, Holocaust revisionism has proved to be as much a hindrance as a help.” Continue reading at Carolyn Yeager Writings