Archive documents show that in the years after WWII, former members of the Waffen-SS formed a secret army to protect the country from the Soviets.
Here you have some fantastic footage, released to the public for the first time by the US National Archives, of a 1937 Hitler Youth summer camp in the USA. It was filmed in Windham, New York, in the summer of 1937.
Winston Churchill and Dwight Eisenhower tried to suppress captured Nazi documents that showed Britain’s former King Edward VIII discussing his desire for peace with Adolf Hitler, according to files newly released in London.
John F. Kennedy's travelogues and letters chronicling his wanderings through Germany before WWII, when Adolf Hitler was in power, have been unearthed and show him generally in favour of the national socialist movement.
Great Tiger Tank footage here, also some film of Joachim „Jochen” Peiper, his Blowtorch Battalion and the Leibstandarte 1st SS Panzer Division.
This wartime German newsreel highlights the fateful battle for Moscow, October-December 1941.
The media was buzzing with the announcement of the discovery of the diary of Alfred Rosenberg by the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI).
As German forces advanced into the Soviet Union in 1941, many people welcomed the troops as liberators from Bolshevik tyranny.
“It is necessary that I should die for my people; but my spirit shall rise from the grave, and the world will know that I was right.”
Swiss, Swedish and Danish men who volunteered for the Waffen-SS were highly intelligent and ambitious individuals, another study says.
Ingvar Kamprad founded Ikea, while amassing billions; despite this, he is lionized both in Sweden and abroad for his quirky frugality and the ubiquity of his stores and their products.
Five months before the end of World War II in Europe – as enemy forces are advancing from East and West, and German cities are being bombed mercilessly – Germany’s leaders call up all remaining able-bodied men to defend the nation.
Adolf Hitler sent the armed forces of Great Germany into Poland on 1 September 1939. Thereupon Britain and France declared war on Germany.
Dr. Goebbels’ addresses a mass rally in Berlin on February 18, 1943, just a few weeks after the catastrophic defeat of German and allied forces in the Battle of Stalingrad.
Ukrainians greet German troops as liberators from Soviet tyranny.
Contemporary French newsreel report on the sensational World War II rescue of Italian leader Benito Mussolini by a German commando team.
Rudolf Hess must rightfully be honored as a martyr among martyrs. Over nearly a half century of unjustified imprisonment, much of it in solitary confinement, Hess never betrayed his race, or his leader or his comrades.
Nigel Jones reviews After the Reich: From the Liberation of Vienna to the Berlin Airlift by Giles MacDonogh.
In the video footage below Ukrainians welcome the righteous German army as liberators from Communist tyranny and savagery.
"I know that men are won over less by the written than by the spoken word, that every great movement on this earth owes its growth to great orators and not to great writers." - Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, 1925.
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