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Night Train to Munich 1940

20th Century Fox

A dramatic eve-of-war-in-Europe movie starring Margaret Lockwood (Anna Bomasch) and Rex Harrison (Gus Bennett) with Paul Henreid (Karl Marsen) in a supporting role. 527 more words

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Finite Creatures.”

It’s front page news in the Observer, Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II giving a Nazi salute.

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Finii di leggere il Mein Kampf di Adolf Hitler circa due decadi fa. Come una persona semplice, ho sempre voluto capire perché qualcuno avesse tentato di distruggere tutto ciò per cui gli ebrei europei avevano lavorato e costruito e gli ebrei stessi. 817 more words

Cultura Storica

Mein Kampf (My Struggle)

Journey into few days of my past…

It was an experience similar to a scene from the titanic with me being the star Leonardo D’Caprio, but instead of being left to die on a sinking ship even though there was more than enough space on life boats I found myself staring into the twisted face of a police officer with a heavy European accent roaring at me to take my complaint somewhere else because he has too much on his hands to deal with already even though I only saw one heavily intoxicated young lady throwing herself at him in the precinct. 786 more words


Where There's a Wallace, There's a Way

Now we come to Edinburgh, home of the Mercat Cross, the origin of face paint; home of the kilted bagpipers who perform in front of hotels on the Royal Mile (the occupants of which will probably stone them to death at some point, likely three in the morning), home of my brothers unexpectedly small head. 183 more words

Background to the NSDAP's Struggle Against International Finance Capital

At the end of November 1918, Adolf Hitler returned to Munich and then proceeded to a military camp in Traunstein in south-eastern Bavaria. When the camp was disbanded in April 1919, he went back to Munich, which was still being ruled by a Soviet republic founded by a Polish Jew Kurt Eisner (real name Salamon Kosmanowsky). 734 more words

Gottfried Feder