The Puppet Master

By Frank Hilliard for the Council of European Canadians The man pictured, with the Hitler moustache, is British industrialist Sir Robert Waley Cohen (1877-1952), former Director of Royal Dutch Shell, Vice-Chairman of University College, London; Vice President of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, President of the United Synagogue, …

My Journey

By Hans Von Der Heide for Renegade Tribune I spent most of my time as P.O.W. in Great Britain (from 1944 to 1948), so I cannot say very much about American P.O.W. camps, except for a period of roughly seven weeks, most of which time I spent in a camp …

Fighting the Wrong Army

By Douglas Mercer for National Vanguard FOR GERMANY in 1945 international terror blew in from the East and it blew in from the West. No one who then saw the grim visage of the Beast would ever again be mollified by the platitudes of the years ahead: liberty, equality, democracy, …

The East European Germans

By Meza Vilks for the Renegade Tribune The expulsion of Eastern European Germans resulted in the largest exchange of population in European history. It ended close to 1,000 years of German presence in areas now considered to be parts of Poland, the Czech Republic, Russia and other Eastern European states, …

Impressions of Hitler

By Leon Degrelle for Truth to Power “Hitler — You knew him — what was he like?” I have been asked that question a thousand times since 1945, and nothing is more difficult to answer. Approximately two hundred thousand books have dealt with the Second World War and with its …

Budapest 1945

By Robert Rundo for National Justice February 1945:  Budapest lays in smoldering ruins after months of being encircled by the Red Army. Artillery shells rain down onto the snow covered streets of the city, indiscriminately targeting millions of civilians surrounded by a thin line of German and Hungarians soldiers. Desperation …

Dirty Little Secrets

By Jason Collett for Renegade Tribune The unexpected views of four key diplomats who were close to events. Just consider the following:   Joseph P. Kennedy, U.S. Ambassador to Britain during the years immediately preceding WW2 was the father of the famous American Kennedy dynasty. James Forrestal the first US …

Leni Riefenstahl

By John Wear for Inconvenient History Leni Riefenstahl was an extraordinary woman of extraordinary accomplishment in many creative fields. Angelika Taschen writes of Riefenstahl: She began as a celebrated dancer in Berlin during the early twenties, became an actress, then finally directed and produced her own films, several of which …