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British archaeologist destroys Holocaust deniers’ argument with mass grave find at Treblinka

This is one of those stories that when I read I thought “Ha, take that Holocaust deniers!” The Nazi extermination camp, Treblinka saw more over than 800,000 Jews killed during World War Two and thanks to the discoveries of mass graves by Caroline Sturdy Colls there is no more denying the atrocities that occurred there.  […]

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The Makings of History – The ‘German Lawrence of Arabia’

In a little known Nazi program in North Africa and Middle East, operatives were sent in to create hostilities between the Arabs and British.  The Haaretz Daily Newspaper reports on Franz Wimmer-Lamquet who was dubbed the “German Lawrence of Arabia.” Franz Wimmer-Lamquet loved his past. He gave interviews to journalists and wrote memoirs about his […]

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Review – Inferno: The World at War (1939-45) by Max Hastings

As a leading World War II historian, Max Hastings has taken the monumental task of looking at World War II on a personal global scale.  In Max Hastings new book, [amazon_link id="0307273598" target="_blank" container="" container_class="" ]Inferno: The World at War (1939-45)[/amazon_link] he uses personal eyewitness accounts of the horrors of the war.  Vernon Bogdanor of the […]

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Did Hitler Escape to Argentina?

Adolf Hitler and wife Eva Braun escaped from their bunker in Berlin at the end of World War II and fled to Argentina, where they had 2 daughters.  Hitler lived to the age of 72 in South America and the US FBI knew about it.  Does that seem pretty farfetched? According to Gerrard Williams and […]

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