Category Archives: Germany

Operation Barbarossa and Germany’s Defeat in the East (Cambridge Military Histories)

David Stahel writes in 2009: * From a military point of view, the likelihood of a German victory was also shared in Britain, with the Joint Intelligence Committee estimating that the Germans would require just six weeks to occupy the … Continue reading

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Manstein: Hitler’s Greatest General

A few excerpts from this 2011 biography by British general Mungo Melvin: * Von Seekt 1922: ‘Poland’s existence is intolerable, incompatible with the survival of Germany. It must disappear, and it will disappear through its own internal weakness and through … Continue reading

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Economists and Merkel’s migrants

Greg Cochran writes: Someone polled a number of prominent economists whether the influx of refugees into Germany beginning in 2015 will generate net economic benefits for German citizens over the succeeding decade. About half said yes, a little less than … Continue reading

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Interview With Cultural Critic John David Ebert

His Youtube channels. John’s website: https://cinemadiscourse.com

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Israel slams ‘shameful’ former minister who endorses German far-right party

From Times of Israel: Rafi Eitan, a former Israeli minister and the legendary spy who captured Adolf Eichmann, caused surprise and shock in Israel when he publicly endorsed the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party. In a video message posted … Continue reading

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