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Chains in the Baltics

Chains in the Baltics

Only a handful of men in the entire world had access to the material that passed through Albert Konrad Herling’s hands. He was Director of Research for the United Nations’ Commission of Inquiry into Forced Labor. Albert Herling had interviewed hundreds of former inmates of Soviet labor camps and had ... … Read entire article »

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Inventions According to Russian Textbooks

Inventions According to Russian Textbooks

WARisCRIME Note: The following article had been published in 1955, but, having lived and worked in Russia for 38 years, I can confirm: all this fake information had kept on staying in Russian school and university textbooks during the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and today, in 2018, is is still there, ... … Read entire article »

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Democracies: Short in Their Lives, Violent in Their Deaths

Democracies: Short in Their Lives, Violent in Their Deaths

A compelling reason for the long hesitation of these men—Washington, Jefferson, Franklin, John Adams, Madison, Monroe—was their fear of democracy. They were educated men. Excepting Franklin (self-educated), each one had the education of an English gentleman. That is, the philosophy and the history of the whole European past had been pounded ... … Read entire article »

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