World War II

Die Tage unserer Revolution

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2013-03-11 10:46

To the reader: This following is taken from a chronicle (day book) written by Leopold Wenger (b. 1921) at the time, or shortly after, the events were taking place. "Poldi," as he was nicknamed, became a Luftwaffen fighter pilot and a recipient of the Knight's Cross, National Socialist Germany's highest military decoration, in January 1945. An English translation with photographs will be forthcoming, but for now, on the occasion of the 75th anniversary, I present it here in German for those who are able to read it. -CY

Aus Leopold Wenger's Fahrtentagebuch:
Die Tage unserer Revolution

copyright 2013 Willy Wenger  

           11. März 1938: Ununterbrochen fuhren Lastautos durch die Stadt und warfen Flugzettel ab: „Stimmt für Schuschnigg“,   usw. Aber kaum lagen sie am Boden, kam die HJ und sammelten die Zettel auf und warfen sie in die Mur. Das schon den ganzen Tag so. Flieger warfen auch Flugzettel ab und alle hatten schon eine grenzenlose Wut. Zu allem Überfluss wurde die Volksmiliz bewaffnet, marschierte auf und um 3 Uhr Nachmittag waren alle öffentlichen Gebäude  (Post, Bahnhof, Kreisgericht usw.) von diesen Halunken besetzt. Aber ihr Traum dauerte nicht lange. Um 5 Uhr traf ich Herrn Ebner von der DAF Der rief mir zu: „Die Abstimmung ist verschoben,   alle Häuser beflaggen durchsagen!“

Pathetic Picture of Political Hypocrisy

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2013-03-11 08:54

A more perfect illustration of ZOG - Zionist-owned Globe - cannot be found than this staged photo of the European Union-Euro Zone puppet government in Vienna, Austria attempting  to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the glorious Anschluss of 1938 as something terrible.

Here we have Austrian Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner (far left) comforting so-called "Resistance fighter" Katharina Sasso, who is acting  the pathetic victim 75-years after the fact ... while  Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann reaches out to the "victim" also, with the proper concerned expression on his face. 

The Heretics' Hour Hall of Fame: Who Started WWII?

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2013-02-27 13:03

Oldies but Goodies

This early Heretics' Hour program from August 23, 2010, with Carolyn's favorite guest of all time, Wilhelm Kriessmann, is too good to be forgotten and left back in the archives. This program, "Who Started World War II?"  was originally recorded for Voice of Reason network.

Dr. Wilhelm Kriessmann returns as Carolyn’s guest to discuss the ideas and important data presented in Viktor Suvorov’s book, The Chief Culprit: Stalin’s Grand Design to Start WWII. Topics include:

  • Revisionists get prison terms in France and Austria;
  • Goal of Soviet Union was to communize Europe through Germany;
  • Offensive military build-up in USSR began in 1939;
  • Massive movement of Red Army troops and material to western border was completed in June 1941;
  • Operation Barbarossa narrowly beat a devastating attack from Soviet Union;
  • Who was behind Rudolf Hess’ peace mission to Britain.

Saturday Afternoon: Arthur Rudolf and Julius Streicher – Two very unlike German National Socialists martyred by Jews

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2013-02-23 12:19

Feb. 23, 2013

Carolyn details the life and achievements of two under-appreciated German National Socialist Party members and how they were perversely persecuted by jealous Jews. It is a study in the Jewish art of revenge and their targeting of the weak and those who are in a vulnerable position. It is a study of cowardice going up against courage. It is a warning of what is in store for all of us if we don’t regain our sovereignty.

  • Arthur Rudolf (left picture) was essential in developing the German V-2 Rocket for the first jet aircraft in the world – then developed the Saturn 5 rocket that sent American’s to the moon in 1969;
  • Later the U.S Justice Dept. and Congress allowed him to be branded a war criminal and banished from the country by a cabal of Jews;
  • Forgot to mention that Rep. Bill Green of NY (Jew) introduced a bill in 1985 to strip Rudolph of the NASA Distinguished Service Medal, and reintroduced it in 1987;
  • Julius Streicher (right picture) helped build up the National Socialist Party and Adolf Hitler’s popularity with his controversial but truthful magazine Der Stürmer (The Stormer);
  • The anti-Hitler Allied War Crimes Tribunal inaccurately and illegally charged him as a war criminal (when he had nothing to do with the war) and allowed Jewish and Negro officers to torture him in prison.

Saturday Afternoon: An Investigation into a 'Holocaust' Blogger

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2013-02-16 12:52

Feb. 16, 2013

Above: Herb Stolpmann’s picture on “My own German ID, during my stay at the old SS hospital. House 52B.” [I tried to separate just the photo, but couldn't do it so you get the whole thing.] Note the date 1952. Herb says he was discharged from the Wehrmacht by the Americans in 1946 at the age of 18. His discharge papers are on his site. He worked for the Americans in and around Munich and the Dachau camp until 1956.

After being frustrated by Herb Stolpmann‘s silence to questions she put to him in a comments section at Scrapbookpages Blog, Carolyn did a thorough reading of Stolpmann’s DachauKZ blog.  From this, she extracted the character study she presents in this program. She describes Stolpmann as a “cosmopolitan” internationalist who finds some kind of satisfaction by relating his brief WWII experience in the Wehrmacht and lengthy post-war experience at the Dachau former concentration camp in the employ of the Americans. His preference for Americans over Germans is quite clear, but it also seems that Germans did not care much for him!

After running out of stories about Dachau, Herb’s later entries are mainly text taken directly from communist, Jewish and Soviet Russian sources about other German concentration camps.

The Max Hamburger Story - Some Reasons Not to Believe It

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2013-02-14 05:13
by Carolyn Yeager
The interview with psychiatrist Max Hamburger that appeared in the March 2012 Dutch magazine Aanspraak was translated into English for me by Hasso Castrup. Some things that Hamburger said are revealing of his overall honesty when it comes to his statements about “the Holocaust.” Being a “holocaust survivor” who appears in the famous photograph is, after all, his only claim to fame.

Max Hamburger in 2012 pointing to himself in the Famous Buchenwald Lie-beration Photo from 1945 (Source: Aanspraak magazine)

From the article:
He says that “shortly afterwards we were betrayed and arrested, interrogated and deported to Westerbork. My mother was also betrayed.” On Sunday, February 6, 1944, he saw her for the last time in the penal barracks at Westerbork. They fell into each other’s arms and cried. But then … “In Auschwitz I met a fellow radiologist who was deported together with her. He told me that my mother was gassed on March 6, 1944. I arrived there on February 10, 1944 (his 24th birthday, but he doesn’t mention it), but did not see her again.”

Since we know there were no gassings at Auschwitz, this is a dead giveaway that he’s telling a big lie, although he’s putting the lie in the mouth of an unnamed “fellow radiologist.” This is a trick that is used often by so-called witnesses and “survivors.” The so-called informant should always be named; if they can’t name the informer, they should not be believed.
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The train took them to Gross Rosen, where an old factory was assigned as their hospital. He says “we” had to vaccinate everyone against typhus in February 1945. Their only hope were reports of advancing Russians and Americans, which they knew of because a fellow prisoner secretly listened to the radio. At the evacuation of the camp they had to walk in the snow to the Czech Republic. From there they were taken by train from Prague to Flossenbürg camp in Bavaria.

According to USHMM, Gross Rosen camp was evacuated in early February ’45 and “about 40,000” from the main camp and sub-camps had to march west. This is a lot of inoculation to be done in a few days. But more important, the 9-month period he spent at Gross Rosen between May 1944 and February 1945 is blank. May 1944 coincides with the time of the large Hungarian deportation to Auschwitz; Hamburger says he was with a Hungarian labor unit that had already been to Auschwitz and sent out from there. Would not the new arrivals also have been sent out from there in like manner? From here on, his narrative remains very sketchy, and is mostly made up of vague horror stories.

Please go to Elie Wiesel Cons The World for full article

Dresden Anniversary March Co-opted by City Politicos

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2013-02-12 18:17

Nationalist marchers hemmed in by police in Dresden Germany, Feb. 12, 2013.

By Carolyn Yeager

Up to 2,000 nationalists and patriots from around Germany (far fewer than in previous years) gathered in Dresden today for their traditional silent torchlight march in memory of their murdered countrymen in the Feb. 1945 firebombing of the city by British and American air forces.

But the city was ready for them, ready, that is, to deny them the right to do what others of a different political persuasion are allowed to do. Nearly 6,000 police officers had been sent to Dresden, ostensibly to protect their march, but in reality to enforce the wishes of the Dresden city officials who this year decided to upstage the nationalist march with a demonstration of their own.

More than 10,000 people (according to the news) formed a human chain to prevent the nationalists from marching.

City wants emphasis on reconciliation

Ten thousand candles were provided by the city to the counter-demonstrators to be lit in front of the landmark Frauenkirche. This beloved old church was destroyed in the bombing and only rebuilt in recent years. The candles were arranged in front of the church to form a "candle of reconciliation."

Yet in London last year, Queen Elizabeth herself "cut the ribbon" on a large monument recognizing the "brave" British pilots who carried out the bombing on Dresden! No talk of reconciliation there.

Police cordoned off the nationalists - who are always called Neo-Nazis and extremists by everyone, even the Press - while the counter-demonstrators banged drums and shouted "Out with Nazis!" Is it any wonder that fewer marchers showed up this year when it is such a completely depressing experience?   

Commercial interests outweigh the truth of history

At a memorial service earlier in the day, Jewish leaders and church representatives mostly spoke against far-right extremism. Disgustingly, representatives from the UK and US were also in attendance, but not in penitence - no doubt quite self-righteously. There has never been even a hint of an apology from those nations - Germans are still doing all the apologizing. In fact, the city of Dresden calls it's event a commemoration for past war-time bombing victims in Dresden, England's Coventry and Japan's Hiroshima! God forbid that German suffering should stand out.

It does seem that the only thing post-unification Dresden wants to say to the world is "We don't want far-right extremism." Sure, and we know why - it hurts tourism, which is Dresden's number one industry.

It's painful to recognize that this is their only response to the devastating, sadistic two-day roasting of German women and children, both city residents and refugees, in 1945. The death toll is officially declared always to be 'up to 25,000' when, at the time following the bombing, it was widely known and stated to be over 100,000.  It sickens me too much to say anymore about it except Armes Deutschland.


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The Amazing Operation Cerberus - February 11-13, 1942

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2013-02-09 18:58

This Monday, Feb. 11th marks the 71st anniversary of the German navy's successful Channel Dash from Brest Harbor in France to Wilhelmshaven. It was codenamed Operation Cerberus - the Roman name for the three-headed dog that guards the gates of the underworld, Hades.

Background: In 1941, with radar in its early stages, the giant ships could still operate in the open oceans and the German battleships were doing great damage to Allied shipping in the Atlantic. Twenty-two British merchant ships had been sunk by March of '41. This was not sustainable for the English and the battle of the Atlantic was under way.

After the German battleship “Bismarck” was sunk in May 1941, the rest of the fleet found refuge in the harbor at Brest, France. The RAF tried for months to destroy the German ships but they were well-protected by anti-aircraft. Finally, Hitler gave the order to bring the ships “Scharnhorst,” “Gneisenau” and “Prinz Eugen” back by the Channel route between England and France. The German Naval Commanders could not understand Hitler’s order – they had mostly been against that plan, but Hitler was right. The operation was successful.

Photo taken by Lt. Leopold Wenger of the battleship Scharnhorst in Brest harbor with its camoflage netting,

The operation itself: The convoy, which included six destroyers, left Brest harbour at 22.45 hours on February 11, 1942, shortly after Britain's submarine “Sea Lion” ended its watch. Faulty radar in the British spotter planes combined with cloud cover to prevent the convoy from being discovered. By dawn on February 12th, the convoy was sailing off Barfleur, south of the Isle of Wight, in fog conditions. At Dover, the gun batteries based there engaged the Germans but their shells fell short. Torpedo-carrying Swordfish planes also failed; all six planes were lost in the attack thanks to the ferocious German fighters. More attacks were not successful, due partly to faulty communications at the RAF. One of the pilots flying a Spitfire was Canadian Barry Needham. At dawn on February 13th, the German convoy sailed into the port of Wilhelmshafen with a loss of just one of their minor escort ships and seventeen fighter planes.

Click on image for enlarged view

This German “Channel Dash” remains the only occasion since the Spanish Armada in 1588 that ships belonging to an enemy of Great Britain have successfully traversed the English Channel. It was considered a disgrace for the British Admiralty that the German ships crossed in front of their eyes very near to the  south coast of England.

Lieutenant Leopold Wenger, [right] was one of the pilots of the “Jagdeschwader Richthofen” whose mission it was to escort and protect these very precious, giant battleships. The pilots were not allowed to use their radios; if they discovered any danger – for example, a British aircraft approaching – they could warn their wingman only by a short gun-shot in his direction. For Wenger and the other pilots of his unit, their mission was completed on Feb. 13 when the ships arrived at The Netherlands. They landed at Leeuwarden to fuel up and return to their airfield in France. Other German fighters from another unit took over the duty of escorting the armada to safe harbors.

Thanks to Willy Wenger of Austria for telling me of this anniversary and supplying the information about his older brother, Leopold, who, to his family, was always called “Bibi.” Leopold Wenger, a recipient of Germany's highest decoration, the Knights Cross, was shot down over Vienna in April 1945 at age 23.


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"The International Jew" Study Hour - Episode 32

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2013-01-31 16:28

Jan. 31, 2013

Hadding Scott and Carolyn Yeager read and comment on Chapter 27 Jewish Copper Kings Reap Rich War-Profits.

 This chapter uses the example of the copper cartel during “Wilson’s War” to show us in some detail how Jews manage to take over whole areas of government-industry.  TIJ asks as a final question: How can such power be explained? …  to which Carolyn and Hadding offer an answer.  Other issues raised:

  • Bernard Baruch went to the Peace Conference as an “economic adviser” and stayed til the end;
  • Called the Kosher Conference by Frenchmen who were astounded to see the number of Jews there;
  • Two Jewish companies, the Lewisohn and the Guggenheim, with the help of Baruch, divided between themselves the huge war-related copper sales to the U.S. and the Allies.

Pictured above right: Jew Daniel Guggenheim, one of seven sons of Meyer who immigrated to the U.S. from Switzerland in 1847. The family won a lead-silver price war with ASARCO in 1900 and took over the company. When war broke out in 1914, Daniel was ready to ramp up copper production worldwide to aid the Allied war effort—and the Guggenheim profits. He was a member of the National Security League, founded by Solomon ‘Stanwood’  Menken and Gen. Leonard Wood, a driving force for moving the then-neutral USA into the war.

Note: We are using the Noontide Press publication of  The International Jew — The World’s Foremost Problem which can be found online here as a pdf file.

Remembering Willi Kriessmann

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2013-01-24 07:16

Wilhelm Ludwig Kriessmann, Luftwaffen bomber pilot on the Eastern Front during WWII died on Dec. 18, 2012 at his home in northern California. This picture was taken on May 10, 2012 while visiting friends in Austria. A little over one month later, back home again, he suffered a massive stroke. He was recovering well from it when, in December, more strokes occurred.

Willi, as he liked to be called, managed to complete 93 years of very active life, which "coincidentally" was the same number of bombing missions he flew in support of major battles on the Eastern Front – exactly 93. He and his crew were awarded the Iron Cross First Class for a dangerous, wintry flight to drop severely-needed oil tanks to a group of encircled comrades. He also piloted top officers around the country from a home base in Berlin, and in the last months of the war ferried new airplanes from the factory to the airfield … including the Arado 234, the first operational JET bomber.

Another "coincidence": The initial stroke that was the beginning of the end for Willi occured on June 28, 2012 - the 93rd anniversary of the signing of the Versailles Treaty on June 28, 1919 (the year of his birth), which cemented the Jewish-engineered total 'defeat' of Austria-Hungary and Germany.

Youth in Austria

Born in the small Austrian village of Feistriz in the southern province of Kaernten (Carinthia) on Oct. 11, 1919, Willi grew up in a nationalist family and was already an “underground” National Socialist supporter when the 1938 Anchluss with Germany took place. One of his most cherished memories was attending the NSDAP Party Congress in Nuremberg in Sept.1938 with the Austrian youth delegation and marching past Adolf Hitler, looking right into his eyes.

Post-war life

After the war, Willi spent a year and a half "detained" in British-run camps for "Nazis" - Wolfsberg and Wetzelsdorf near his home town. He tells about this in several The Heretics' Hour radio programs. You won't find it anywhere else. After release, he earned a Ph.D at Gratz Univ. and went to work for the Austrian Trade Ministry. He rather quickly moved up to become Trade Commissioner for the U.S. West Coast – which led him to relocate his family to California, where they remained. After many successes in the U.S. for the Austrian Trade Ministry, he tired of the continual political intriguing, left that post and formed his own import-export business. Following full retirement he traveled around the globe and regularly wrote articles in German-American periodicals. His topics ran the spectrum from anniversaries of significant historical events to German-American activities and personalities, such as the shameful treatment of some of the "Paperclip" scientists. 

Never forgetting his old comrades

In 2008 he began collaborating with Carolyn Yeager in the translation of selected chapters from Hermann Giesler's book, Ein Anderer Hitler. These appeared in The Barnes Review (TBR) magazine under his pseudonym, Wilhelm Mann, from late 2008 until mid-2011. This entire series can be found on this webpage, on the upper right. Yeager and (Kriess)Mann also teamed up to write “Who's found in WWII Mass Graves?” (TBR, Jan-Feb 2010). Wilhelm's original story "Kraigher vs. Kraigher - How Tito Escaped Hitler's Roesselsprung Snare" was translated into English in 2008 in collaboration with Yeager. His last work was to translate Maria Grüttner's story about Eisenhower's Death Camps that appeared in the July-Aug 2012 TBR.

Wilhelm Kriessmann leaves behind a wife, four children and 6 grandchildren. He touched hundreds of lives with his old-world gentlemanly charm, large and vivid personality, and loyalty to the inspirations of his youth. Keep flying high, Willi. It's a sure thing you are in great company.

[Since this was written, I have added the Wilhelm L Kriessmann Archive to this site. It can be found on the top index bar, under the banner.]


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