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Was Britain’s WWI Blockade The First Atrocity Of The 20th Century?

Was Britain's WWI Blockade The First Atrocity Of The 20th Century

Frоm 1914 to 1919, the Alliеd роwеrѕ rеѕtriсtеd the mаritimе ѕuррlу оf rаw materials аnd foodstuffs to thе Central Pоwеrѕ. Thе роliсу is оftеn called a kеу component in the Alliеd viсtоrу, but it rеѕultеd in hundreds of thоuѕаndѕ оf сiviliаn dеаthѕ, аnd intrоduсеd the wоrld tо a tеrrifуing new kind of wаrfаrе. Read More »

The War Party Defeats the War Party!

The War Party Defeats the War Party!

Our fоurth Amеriсаn Prеѕidеnt, Jаmеѕ Mаdiѕоn (1751-1836), mаdе some most profoundly рrеѕсiеnt ѕtаtеmеntѕ аbоut foreign wars. No nаtiоn соuld preserve itѕ freedoms in thе midѕt of соntinuаl wаrfаrе. Read More »

The Indoctrinated West

The Indoctrinated West

Is it really possible that the European public has no clue what was done to Ukraine? Are the men and women of the continent that lives in hallucination, that it is well educated and well informed, really unaware how its own governments have created and supported that ‘opposition movement’ in Kiev; a movement full of fascists and bigots? Read More »

Island in the Pacific is home to countless WWII relics

Island in the Pacific is home to countless WWII relics

The small island of Mili in the southeast corner of the Marshall Islands is now populated by only 300 people, and was once under Japanese Imperial Army control during World War II. Time has passed but the artifacts of war remain and make the island a virtual military museum with remains of the past still to be discovered.. Read More »

How Japan’s ‘BBC’ is rewriting its role in the Second World War

How Japan’s ‘BBC’ is rewriting its role in the Second World War

Naoki Hyakuta says Japan was lured into the Second World War by America while liberating Asia from white colonialism. He denies war crimes such as the 1937 Nanjing massacre, when Japanese troops killed thousands of Chinese civilians. Such views are common among revisionists in Japan. Mr Hyakuta, however, sits on the board of the nation’s public service broadcaster. Read More »

Unearthed: Secrets of the devastation caused by Grand Slam, the largest WWII bomb ever tested in the UK

Unearthed Secrets of the devastation caused by Grand Slam, the largest WWII bomb ever tested in the UK

The final secrets of Britain's largest-ever conventional weapon of war are being 'unearthed' by archaeologists. Geophysics experts are using ground-penetrating radar and other high tech methods to 'x-ray' the ground, in a remote area of the New Forest in Hampshire, to shed new light on the most powerful top secret World War Two weapon test ever carried out in the UK. Read More »

Mystery of the lost WWII Japanese mega submarine that could travel around the world 1.5 times before refuelling is solved after scientists locate it off Hawaii

A Japanese submarine that was preparing to attack the Panama Canal during World War Two has been discovered off the coast of Hawaii.

A Japanese submarine that was preparing to attack the Panama Canal during World War Two has been discovered off the coast of Hawaii. The 400-foot (122-meter) ‘Sen-Toku’ class vessel - among the largest pre-nuclear submarines ever built - was found by chance in August off the southwest coast of Oahu. Read More »

10 Lesser-Known Iconic Photos of WWII

10 Lesser-Known Iconic Photos of WWII

There are many iconic photos that emerged from the Second World War. Many of the people in these photos are instantly recognizable – Churchill flashing the “V” for victory sign, for example. In other photographs, however, you may not know the name of the people depicted – the sailor kissing the nurse on VJ Day, the Marines raising the flag on Mount Suribachi on Iwo Jima – but you definitely know the story. Read More »

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