A previously unknown postcard sent by Adolf Hitler when he was a soldier in World War I has been uncovered in a European history project.
Thomas Goodrich’s book on one of the worst atrocities in human history, the total devastation of National Socialist Germany that was carried out at the end of and after the war, is being set to film by Renegade productions.
The Balfour Declaration of 1917 was a letter from Britain’s Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour to Walter Rothschild to be read before the Zionist Federation of Great Britain and Ireland.
You are about to hear Leon Degrelle, who before the World War was Europe's youngest political leader and the founder of the Rexist Party of Belgium.
Film review, in color, of the life of an outstanding World War II military commander.
At a mass meeting in Prague, 200,000 Czechs pledge loyalty to their homeland and to the German Reich.
Arriving at London in early 1938, newly-appointed U.S. Ambassador Joseph P. Kennedy took up quickly with another transplanted American.
The notorious claim that Hitler escaped Berlin to live incognito in Argentina first gained popular currency in 1945, when Stalin spoke of it.
Something incredible has washed up on the coast of Argentina. Researchers believe it to be the remnants of a World War II German submarine or midget U-boat.
If secrets were measured by the thickness of walls that keep them, then Adolf Hitler’s secrets would be eight feet deep.
I have been asked that question a thousand times since 1945, and nothing is more difficult to answer.
Harvard scholar Ben Urwand is a mild-mannered man in his mid-30s whose new book, The Collaboration: Hollywood’s Pact with Hitler, has provoked some strong jewish criticism.
Though we hardly needed it, we received further confirmation this week that the declaration of war against Germany had nothing to do with Poland, and was in fact a brutal war of aggression launched for economic and Jewish reasons against the peaceful German people.
Please share this video around to commemorate the 71th anniversary of the greatest single act of terror during World War II.
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