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Dark Journalist welcomes back Oxford Scholar and author of the popular Giza Death Star book series Dr. Joseph P. Farrell. 52 more words

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Human Experimentation in the US [Part 2]

A clear pattern of systemic and on-going unethical human experimentation in the US is clearly visible in part 2 of this presentation. We present publicly available and declassified evidence of more recent and systemic abuse. 114 more words

Documentaries & Interviews

Did He or Didn't He?

At the end of World War II the Allies splintered between East and West, and they began carving up Germany and the rest of Europe. Even as the Cold War began to develop, the Allies were rounding up and preparing to try various members of the Nazi regime. 486 more words


Operation Paperclip by Annie Jacobson. Excerpts regarding Hitler's Chemists - Otto Ambros

Operation Paperclip by Annie Jacobson. (Excerpts regarding Hitler’s Chemists – Otto Ambros)

Hitler’s Chemists

Otto Ambros

Otto Ambros was a fastidious man. His calculations were exact, his words carefully chosen, his fingernails always manicured. 2,413 more words


Operation Paperclip, What You Don't Know About WWII

While I know what Operation Paperclip is about, I have yet to read the book, written by Annie Jacobsen. I saw this copy in my local library. 11 more words


Operation Paperclip

I just finished the great book of the same name by Annie Jacobson. I had heard of the program that brought Nazi scientists to America, but didn’t realize how big it was- several hundred scientists- or just how complicit in the holocaust many of the scientists were- from the slave labor that built Werner von Braun’s rockets, to medical experiments on unconsenting prisoners, to high positions in the SS, to straight up murder. 557 more words

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Operation Paperclip

Operation Paperclip (originally Operation Overcast) (1949–1990) was the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) program in which over 1,500 German scientists, technicians, and engineers from Nazi Germany and other foreign countries were brought to the United States for employment in the aftermath of World War II.   273 more words