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Lo «spiritismo di Monaco»

Durante la conferenza di Monaco del 1938 l’Europa cedette alle rivendicazioni territoriali hitleriane su una parte del territorio dell’allora Cecoslovacchia abitata da genti di etnia tedesca, sperando con questo bocconcino di aver preservato la pace e calmato gli appetiti del Führer; il quale Führer al contrario vide naturalmente in questo cedimento tutta la giustezza della sua aggressiva politica: i suoi appetiti si scatenarono allora definitivamente e l’anno successivo scoppiò la guerra. 291 more words

Rubrica Giornalettismo

John Keegan's Mask of Command

One overriding factor that persuaded me to buy Mask of Command (Penguin, 1988) was the fact that it partly focused on two of my favorite battle commanders — Alexander the Great and the Duke of Wellington. 709 more words


Mainstream globalist propaganda reveals East/West conflict is a farce (included here . . . Update 1)

Several people have asked me to post this very interesting article – now, with an update included. They have asked my opinion of its premise. Rather than give it to begin with, I would ask that people who have interest read the article, consider it, consider the total picture of our present situation, and offer their own opinions. 4,765 more words


Baptists 'humbled' by failure to oppose Nazis

By David Roach – Posted at Baptist Press:

Baptists “went along with the times,” Wardin, the author of many books on Baptists and other Protestants in Eastern Europe, said.

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Christian Ethics

Review - The Prisoner of Night and Fog

 Prisoner of Night and Fog (Prisoner of Night and Fog #1)

 Anne Blankman

 2014 – YA – Historical Fiction

 Rating: 4/5

The Story: Gretchen Muller looks up to her Uncle Dolf. 416 more words


So That We Might Not Forget

FOREWORD: In the comments section of a post updated here awhile ago, some commenters derided the notion of gay pride, labeling it as a bit too much in the making of a point about the existence of homosexuality in the society. 730 more words