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The Nazi who fell from the sky: 75 years since the bizarre odyssey of Rudolf Hess

Imagine, if you will, that it’s 2008 again. U.S. troops are at full strength in Iraq and Afghanistan, drones are buzzing around the skies over Pakistan and Yemen, and the all-powerful U.S. 1,461 more words



April 26th in history:

On April 26th, 1986, a reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in the Soviet Union exploded during a test. Until an earthquake triggered an accident at a Japanese nuclear plant in 2011, the Chernobyl blast generally was considered the worst accident ever at a nuclear power plant. 57 more words

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April 26 in history

570 Muhammed, founder of Islam, was born according to the Shi’a sect. Other sources suggest April 20; (d. 632) .

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Mark Weber: The Legacy of Rudolf Hess

On the evening of May 10, 1941, the Deputy Führer of the Third Reich set out on a secret mission that was to be his last and most important. 2,420 more words

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Rudolf Hess: His Betrayal & Murder

By Abdallah Melaouhi

Source: http://www.barnesreview.org/rudolf-hess-his-betrayal-murder-p-590.html?cPath=80_48

Most of you may already know the story of Rudolf Hess, Hitler’s right-hand man, and how he flew off to England to make peace with the British. 849 more words

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The British Occult Secret Service, The Untold Story

By Michael Howard

Since the time of Elizabeth I, British secret services have worked according to the principle of ‘the end justifies the means’. Money, bribery, blackmail – these are their recruitment methods… 3,433 more words


How the British Obtained the Confessions of Rudolf Höss

Robert Faurisson

Rudolf Höss was the first of three successive commandants of the Auschwitz concentration camp. He is often called “theCommandant of Auschwitz,” and the general public knows of him from a book published under the title Commandant in Auschwitz. 5,576 more words

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