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Heinrich Himmler – a brief biography

With his rimless glasses and small physique, Heinrich Himmler’s appearance was at odds with his fearsome manner. Indeed, one English visitor observed, ‘nobody I met in Germany is more normal.’ A German officer described Himmler’s ‘slender, pale and almost girlishly soft hands … He looked to me like an intelligent elementary schoolteacher, certainly not a man of violence.’ 644 more words

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Without Hitler, there would be no Israel - Does the 'zi' in Nazi stand for Zionism?

An eye opening look at the history that places zionists at the heart of Nazi, Germany. The clip begins with historical news overage of the author of the original “Transfer Agreement,” a non-fiction account of the secret pact between the National Socialist government in Germany and German Zionists. 139 more words

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Eyes Of Hate & Evil (RARE PHOTO)

If you are intellectually stunted, or a product of the progressive government-run public schools, you probably have no idea who the man seated in the chair is. 114 more words

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Operation Paperclip by Annie Jacobsen

“What does last? The desire to seek truth? Or, in the words of Jean Michel, the ability to take a stand against “the monstrous distortion of history” when it gives birth to “false, foul and suspect myths?”

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Kemna concentration camp. Some prisoners were prominent in their areas or in the region and were considered "trophy prisoners" and subjected to especially harsh treatment and vengeful torment. These "big shots", as the SA called them, included Heinrich Hirtsiefer, a former Prussian Vice Minister President

Kemna concentration camp (German: Konzentrationslager Kemna, KZ Kemna) was one of the early Nazi concentration camps, created by the Third Reich to incarcerate their political opponents (ostensibly in protective custody) after the Nazi Party first seized power in 1933. 204 more words

Politics And Policy

Dr. Max Gerson CANCER RESEARCH Hearings before a Subcommittee of the COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS UNITED STATES SENATE SEVENTY-NINTH CONGRESS Second Session on S. 1875

While I was a consultant to the Prussian Ministry of Health in Germany during 1930 – 1933, I had occasion to advise Dr. Hirtseifer, State Secretary of Health, about the deplorable condition of the soil around certain large cities, especially Essen, Dortmund, and Dusseldorf.

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Where Did the Nazis Get Ideas For Racism? From America...

Militant forms of racial hygiene had been brewing since the 1920’s and continued to grow as the National Socialist Party emerged with Adolph Hitler as their leader. 302 more words

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