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Was There Any Chance The Axis Powers Would Win WWII?

From a thread at Greg Cochran: * Greg Cochran writes: In October, 1941, the Soviet Union was in trouble. The Germans had just taken another huge bite out of the Red Army, capturing half a million men in the Vyazma … Continue reading

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The Desert Fox

Comment: British Army veteran author Desmond Morris wrote The Desert Fox whose cinema adaptation starred James Mason in the title role. The book and film are utterly apologetic, flattering portraits of Rommel that are completely and deliberately ignorant of the … Continue reading

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Rethinking WWII

Comments: The Germans, in June 1941, and the Japanese, in December 1941, both did what they then believed that they had to do, in order to secure their own national survival as great world powers. Hitler apparently believed that the … Continue reading

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More Nonsense From Our Leaders

Jared Taylor writes: Yesterday, Secretary of Defense “Chuck” Hagel gave the commencement address at the Naval Academy. I wasn’t there, but I heard it on the radio and found the text on the Internet. It was miserable, effeminate mush—a pep … Continue reading

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Trevor Alders – The Man Who Killed Pat Tillman

I’m reading Jon Krakauer’s book on Pat Tillman, the former Arizona Cardinal safety who volunteered to join the U.S. military and was shot down by mistake by his fellow Rangers. Krakauer writes that all the evidence points to Trevor Alders … Continue reading

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