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    Yes, very real, and the generation gap is an...

    Yes, very real, and the generation gap is an information gap too. Boomers are depended on MSM coverage, and especially regarding foreign affairs they're absolutely clueless and entirely kept in the...
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    Important!  The young chairman of the Flemish...

    The young chairman of the Flemish social-democrats has recently contoversially argued for prohibiting (sterilizing?) certain dysfunctional parents, after they've proven themselves to be useless...
  3. SJWs have a cool term for this business, it's...

    SJWs have a cool term for this business, it's called "insertion". Inserting yourself into other people's histories, sometimes going as far as pretending to be a "BIPOC" when you're not, see Rachel...
  4. The Holy transgendered Anuna gave a sign of life...

    The Holy transgendered Anuna gave a sign of life again and now claims that in a few years from now there will be a new type of heat wave, a combination of heat and moist, which will kill healthy...
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    This is my oldest political memory. I was 8 at...

    This is my oldest political memory. I was 8 at the time and didn't truly get what it was all about, although I did probably understand the Soviets lost the Cold War. I remember the euphoria we saw on...
  6. Montgomery vs. Eisenhower? More like: Eisenhower,...

    Montgomery vs. Eisenhower? More like: Eisenhower, the American Montgomery. :D The main difference being that the former is a sound diplomat and the latter at least a soldier's general.

    But if they...
  7. Mers-el-Kébir was not a disaster for the British...

    Mers-el-Kébir was not a disaster for the British Empire - although militarily an unnecessary move (but the Brits couldn't know that at the time) - it convinced the U.S. the Brits were serious about...
  8. British experts didn't think it was likely...

    British experts didn't think it was likely Germany would resort to chemical warfare, at least not against civilian targets: they thought the Japanese were morally capable of it, unlike the Germans,...
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    Zhukov himself and a small group of Soviet...

    Zhukov himself and a small group of Soviet hardliners believed Moscow could be held however, that's why Stalin stuck around.

    This group must've realized Operation Barbarossa was losing steam and...
  10. I would suggest it was out of fear for reprisals...

    I would suggest it was out of fear for reprisals after the war - Hitler was not so irrational or that much of a madman that he didn't knew Germany's true situation: he knew the war was lost in 1945....
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    Important!  No, I looked around for a translation but it does...

    No, I looked around for a translation but it does not exist. It's a shame because the Dutch author is the go-to authority on Scandinavian (mostly Danish) activity in the Low Countries in the 9th and...
  12. I wasn't aware of this myself until a few days...

    I wasn't aware of this myself until a few days ago when I came across the YouTube channel of Tino Struckmann, an American military historian who loves to explore WW2 sites and is as interested in...
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    Important!  https://pictures.abebooks.com/inventory/2283241412...

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    Received this book for Christmas from an uncle.

    Misleading title however, the book stops when the official battle for the Rhine starts,...
  14. Thread: Greetings

    by Chlodovech
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    Hello there. That's nice, when was that?...

    Hello there.



    That's nice, when was that? Prior to 2012 or even 2010?



    Exactly, as a long-time lurker you already sort of know what to expect, I think.
  15. Scandinavians: What do you know about the Hidden People (Huldufólk )?

    The Hulder and Huldra are folkloristic Scandinavian creatures I've recently taken an interest in. They're similar to the fae, goblins, trolls and a wide range of entities from across the world -...
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    The Germans lost some territory to the Soviets...

    The Germans lost some territory to the Soviets during the Winter Offensive, but suffered more combat related losses going into the U.S.S.R. than during the Soviet counter offensive in the winter of...
  17. There was no plan on a drawing board somewhere to...

    There was no plan on a drawing board somewhere to invade the U.S.S.R. in the Thirties - the alliance with the Poles would've been a defensive pact - yet Mein Kampf was in part about German expansion...
  18. The Germans tried to make an alliance with the...

    The Germans tried to make an alliance with the Poles throughout the Thirties, but talks broke down because of competing strategic goals. Not only was there widespread anti-Polish sentiment in Germany...
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    There were just a handful of ex-Waffen SS...

    There were just a handful of ex-Waffen SS soldiers in Vietnam as the French refused to recruit them. The whole thing is largely a myth. The French Foreign Legion did have many Germans in its ranks in...
  20. Probably more like 1815-1945. Throughought that...

    Probably more like 1815-1945. Throughought that period the armies of the world tried to emulate the German example. At least on land. And with a brief interruption between 1918-1936, when France...
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    Of course Himmler betrayed Hitler. He didn't have...

    Of course Himmler betrayed Hitler. He didn't have more or less the right to do so than von Stauffenberg. But at least Himmler could argue he stood a small chance of success (as in: he couldn't know...
  22. Thread: Hello!

    by Chlodovech
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    Hi there, stranger. :lhat: What brings you to...

    Hi there, stranger. :lhat: What brings you to our lovely website?
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    Welcome aboard! You're following in the footsteps...

    Welcome aboard! You're following in the footsteps of a long line of illustrious Alsatian members. Are you taking language lessons to learn the local language or are you an autodidact? Were your...
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    What exactly is your question, Wotan Gott? These...

    What exactly is your question, Wotan Gott? These people were a small community of Wenden who seem to have been absorbed or died out by the early 1700s, not that much is known about them and their...
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    Japan didn't capitulate because of two atomic...

    Japan didn't capitulate because of two atomic strikes with first generation nuclear weapons, which the U.S. had no stockpile of as Japan correctly estimated. It's Japan's general situation in August...
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