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 IssuesThe Journal of Historical Review
/ H. Keith Thompson

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A few exciting hours after the July 20, 1944, assassination attempt on the life of Adolf Hitler, Otto Ernst Remer, then an army major commanding the Berlin Guard Regiment, was ordered by General von Hase (a conspirator) to arrest Dr. Goebbels, propaganda minister and Gauleiter of Berlin. Remer relives for the reader the dramatic events... Read More
The quantities of Third-Reich-related forgeries in circulation can generally be divided into two categories. First, there are the forgeries made by the World War II Allies, and by various international pressure groups, for propaganda purposes, such as the masses of faked material introduced by the Allies at their various postwar "trials" of defeated Axis adherents,... Read More
In 1985 John Phillips published his It Happened In Our Lifetime: A Memoir in Words and Pictures. The former Life magazine photojournalist reports on his many assignments from 1936 into the post-war period. As is, I suppose, to be expected with any establishment mass-media journalist or photo-journalist, Phillips is consistently anti- Nazi, and anti-German. Nevertheless,... Read More
In an appearance on a book-talk show on BBC radio, the author was asked why he had written this book. He replied that it was written at the suggestion of his agent. That is perhaps a clue to the author's motive in slapping together this garbled, hostile rehash of long-discredited British war propaganda. It draws... Read More
His Succession, His Government, The Nuremberg Proceedings, The Aftermath -- Some Personal Observations and Experiences
On the afternoon of 30 April 1945, with Berlin engulfed in flames and besieged by the Russians, the Hero of the Second World War [1] took his own life in his cement bunker beneath the chancellery complex. This courageous act, perhaps the ultimate act of courage, represented the termination of the heroic last stand of... Read More
The Shaping Event of Our Modern World
Analyzing the History of a Controversial Movement
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