Adolf Hitler and the Army of Mankind

     If you've made it this far and read through the past six pages, maybe even done some research on your own, you will no doubt have come to the conclusion: we have been lied to on a massive scale.

America and Britain did not fight Germany for any other reason than greed. Take it straight from the dog's mouth:

'Germany is becoming too strong. We must crush her...'
-British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (1874-1965), speaking to American General Robert E. Wood, in November 1936.

'Germany's unforgivable crime before the second world war was her attempt to extricate her economic power from the world's trading system and to create her own exchange mechanism which would deny world finance its opportunity to profit.'
-British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (1874-1965), speaking to Lord Robert Boothby.

'You must understand that this war is not against Hitler or National Socialism, but against the strength of the German people, which is to be smashed once and for all, regardless of whether it is in the hands of Hitler or a Jesuit priest.'
-British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (1874-1965), from the book by Emrys Hughes, 'Winston Churchill - His Career in War and Peace.'

'What thrust us into war were not Hitler's political teachings: the cause, this time, was his successful attempt to establish a new economy. The causes of the war were: envy, greed, and fear.' -British General and Historian John Frederick Charles Fuller (1878-1966)

The fact is nearly everything they say about Germany is true for the Allies, not Germany. The so-called war crimes and inhumanity. The racism and bigotry. The religious intolerance. All of these things were traits of America and Britain.

It is a shocking and terrible fact that nearly ten million German prisoners of war after WW2 were methodically murdered by American authorities. They died of starvation and deprivation of shelter from the elements. America purposefully murdered these men in a terrible slow death.

I recommend you read the books 'Other Losses', 'After the Reich', 'A Terrible Revenge', and most of all 'Hellstorm'. You'll be surprised at what you find.

And let's not forget 'democracy's' ally communist Russia. Stalin murdered tens of millions of innocent people. The communist regime had already murdered millions when America decided to give its all to protect the communists from Germany and its allies.

The tyrants ruling America were committed to save communist Russia at any cost. To read a summary of the shocking list of supplies America sent their communist allies during WWII click the link below.

  • Click here to see a list of the mountains of aid given to the communists

    Without these mountains of supplies communism would have died and millions and millions of lives would have been saved.

    Here's a quote from Stalin himself:

    'The United States is a country of machines. Without the use of these machines through Lend-Lease, we would lose this war.'
    -Josef Stalin, circa 1943, quoted in W. Averell Harriman and Elie Abel's 'Special Envoy to Churchill and Stalin', 1941-1946, Random House, N.Y., 1975, p. 277.

    The communists who were ruling Russia with terror and genocide absolutely could not have continued the war without America's aid. Here is an estimate of Russia's initial losses in 1941 after the first six months of the German invasion.

    72% of all Tanks.
    34% of all Combat Aircraft.
    56% of all Small-arms and Machine guns.
    69% of all Anti-Tank guns.
    59% of all Field guns and Mortars.

    The hidden world rulers were desperate to prop up the dying communist regime. A regime which would enslave half of Europe and commit numerous genocides against its brutalized subjects.

    A tiny example of the inhuman brutality of the Soviet regime were the poor, broken, German men who surrendered at Stalingrad during WW2. 91,000 souls. Only about 6,000 would live. You'd have better odds blindfolding yourself and running though speeding traffic.

    The famed Russian historian Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn estimated the number of Stalin's victims to be as high as 60 million!

    40,000 people were being murdered every week in communist Russia! Can you imagine?

    Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn-circa 1974

    [Above: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn (December 11, 1918 – August 3, 2008]

    How about sixty million people murdered? Our human minds cannot even begin to grasp that number. How many people do you know personally? 50? 100? 200? Imagine all of the people you've ever met in your entire life. Thousands. Imagine all of the people you've ever seen in you life. In restaurants. Concerts. On the street. In cars. Even on television.

    It wouldn't begin to add up to even a portion of SIXTY MILLION people. Can you imagine these people? They were just like you and me. They woke up the day they died. They picked out and put on their clothes that day, never knowing that this would be the day they died. They ate breakfast. Worried about money. Fought with their girlfriends/boyfriends. All the silly little mundane things that make up our lives. All the things that are seemingly unimportant until they are gone.

    What did these SIXTY MILLION souls think about before they died? No doubt about their loved ones, who often died with them. Is there a god? Have I been a good person? What sort of legacy will I leave behind? What about my children?

    They would have given anything to be whisked away to safety. To be able to LIVE.

    Imagine SIXTY MILLION OF YOU.

    Tortured.

    Murdered.

    Dead.

    Holodomor

    [Above: A miniscule pile of murdered men and women for your desensitized eyes to feast on. Remember Holodomor!]

    Stalin had already killed millions when America began to ship an endless sea of supplies to him. In the beginning of 1933 the rural population of the Ukraine was being murdered at a rate of 25,000 a day! Half of them children. Stalin's communist regime created an artificial famine to punish the people of the Ukraine for resisting his communist policies. Look up the word 'HOLODOMOR'--you'll be disgusted at what you find.

    Holodomor

    [Above: 'Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.'-Matthew 5:10]

    Yet the 'good guys'--America, shipped mountains of food, weapons, tanks, airplanes, medicine, everything you can think of, to the Soviet communist regime during WW2. Why?

    Germany represented the end of their age-old order.

    Savitri Devi said it best:
    'The age old enemies of mankind were aghast; for in that loud outburst of frenzied joy that echoes from new Germany throughout the world, they heard the death-knell of their long-established rule and felt the first signs of the end of their ascendancy.'
    -Savitri Devi

    Their terrible rule which had stealthily enslaved mankind for many centuries. A world where the masses work their lives away and grow deeper in debt. A world where 99% of the wealth is in 1% of the population's hands. What a sickening truth.

    The writer and poet Charles Bukowski told it like it is:
    "Slavery was never abolished, it was only extended to include all the colors."

    One man, a decorated war veteran, who was once homeless and penniless, rose to stop it all. From nothing. From obscurity. From hopelessness and despair. One man rose like a shooting star. To stop all of this madness. To speak the dangerous and deadly truth. To set the world free.

    We'll let the American Reverend Dr. Ludwig A. Fritsch have the last words...

    'When our soldiers returned home and after they had seen the sad consequences of our intervention in the European quarrel they cried out: 'We fought on the wrong side!'
    -Reverend Dr. Ludwig A. Fritsch

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    [Above: Rita Luisa Zucca (1912-1998).]

  • Rita Luisa Zucca was an Italian-American who made the bold decision to be a radio announcer for the Axis during WWII. Her voice brought truth to the Allied troops in Italy and North Africa. She was one of the women called 'Axis Sally', as was Mildred Gillars, an American woman who broadcast her radio shows out of Berlin.

    As a teenager Rita went to a convent in Florence, Italy. After a quick visit to the United States to work in her father's restaurant, she decided to return to Italy in 1938. She began working as a typist and within three she renounced her American citizenship.

    The success of German radio's 'Axis Sally' broadcasts with Gillars prompted Italy's Fascist government to do something similar. In 1943 the now 30-year-old Rita was hired by the Italian National Radio Network.

    Rita was paired with a German broadcaster named Charles Goedel to do the radio program 'Jerry's Front Calling'. Rita's trademark goodbye sign-off was 'a sweet kiss from Sally' (as in Axis Sally). 'Hello Suckers!' was her sign-on hello, at least according to one account. If true, how appropriate, as she was speaking to the Allied men that had been duped into fighting a war that was destructive to all they held dear. If only they had a crystal ball to see what the world is like here in 2015 as I type this. They would be horrified that their countries were no longer recognizable to them. 'Axis Sally's' message would become all too clear.

    [Above: 'Jerry's Front' German leaflets dropped on American soldiers. Click to see other side.]

    [Above: 'Jerry's Front' German leaflets dropped on American soldiers. Click to see other side.]

    Rita retreated with the Germans to Milan in 1944 as the Allies advanced into Rome. There 'Jerry's Front' broadcast crew became attached to Liberty Station, a German military propaganda unit. Rita's final broadcast was on April 25, 1945.

    Rita was arrested on June 5, 1945 while at her uncle's home in Turin, Italy. The American government unsuccessfully tried to charge her with treason, even though she had given up her American citizenship before she had begun to broadcast her shows. But the 'democratic' Allies weren't about to just let her go for her crime of disagreeing with them, even though everything she did was perfectly legal. An Italian military tribunal then brought up charges on her of collaboration. She received a sentence of 4½ years in prison on March 29, 1946, of which she served nine months of before being released. A general amnesty had been declared by Italy in 1946. The United States then barred Rita from returning there--ever.

    Well, Rita, if you are somewhere out there tonight, as a United States citizen, I can say that you didn't miss out on much, as this country has spiraled into the pits of Hades ever since the fires of 1945.

    [Above: Rita Luisa Zucca, standing beside her weapon of war--the radio!]

    [Above: Mildred Elizabeth Gillars (November 29, 1900 – June 25, 1988), after her arrest in Germany in March 1946.]

  • '...I am not on the side of Roosevelt and his Jewish friends and his British friends; because I've been brought up to be a 100 per cent American girl: conscious of everything American, conscious of her friends, conscious of her enemies. And the enemies are precisely those people who are fighting against Germany today and in case you don't know it, indirectly against America too, because a defeat for Germany would mean a defeat for America.
    ...I say damn Roosevelt, damn Churchill and damn all of their Jews who have made this war possible. And I as an American girl will stay over here on this side of the fence, on Germany's side because it is the right side...'

    -'Axis Sally' from a May 1943 broadcast

    [Above: Gillars during the days of her theatrical career]

  • Mildred Elizabeth Gillars will forever be known as "Axis Sally", although Rita Zucca was also known by this moniker, Gillars was best known under this calling.
    Gillars was an American broadcaster who worked in Germany during WWII. She read propaganda, news reports and even plays over the air waves, which were even received in America. She was also widely listened to by Allied troops in Europe.

    [Above: A young Mildred Gillars in her first communion dress]

  • Gillars worked in various vaudeville and theatrical works in New York in the 1920s, but remained unsatisfied. In 1929 she moved to Paris, France where she found work as an artist's model. In 1933 she moved back to the United States for a year. In 1934 she moved to Dresden, Germany to study music. In Germany she found work as an English teacher at the Berlitz School of Languages in Berlin.
    1940 would be a fateful year for Gillars when she obtained a job with the Reichs-Rundfunk-Gesellschaft (RRG), German State Radio.

    [Above: Gillars working as artist's model, circa 1928]

  • In 1941, the U.S. State Department advised all American nationals to return home, but Gillars chose to stay in Germany with her fiancé, Paul Karlson, a naturalized German citizen.
    Tragically Karlson would later die in action on the Eastern Front.
    In 1942 Gillars met Max Otto Koischwitz, the program director of the 'USA Zone' at the radio station. He cast Gillars in a new show called Home Sweet Home, which spoke to American soldiers directly. She participated in several other important propaganda works, including interviewing American P.O.W.s to be later played on the air. She also read medical reports of recently downed bomber pilots, letting their families know they were alive.
    Koischwitz and Gillars fell in love during the intense times on the air. His creative energy and drive were magnetic to Gillars. But by 1944 another tragedy struck; Koischwitz died.
    Gillars continued on without her love and inspiration. She continued her shows until the very end. Her last broadcast was on May 6, 1945, just two days before the German surrender.
    America wanted revenge, the U.S. attorney general dispatched a gargoyle named Victor C. Woerheide to Berlin to find and arrest Gillars.

    [Above: US counter-intelligence corps issued this wanted poster in March 1946 in occupied Berlin.]

  • She was arrested on March 15, 1946, asking only to take with her a picture of Koischwitz. It was soon stolen from her while she slept.
    After undergoing various unconstitutional arrests and imprisonments in Germany she was finally shipped to the United States to await trial on August 21, 1948.
    Gillars was indicted on September 10, 1948, and charged with ten counts of treason, even though she had renounced her American citizenship and took an oath to Germany. It was a true show trial. Her defense wasn't allowed any room to work. Every valid point the defense brought to the trial the judge struck from the record and told the jury to disregard. The tyrants behind the curtain in the USA wanted to imprison her for speaking out against them, PERIOD.

    [Above: Mugshot.]

  • And they got their way. On March 10, 1949, the jury convicted Gillars on just one count of treason, that of making the 'Vision Of Invasion' broadcast. She was sentenced to 10 to 30 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. In 1950, a federal appeals court upheld the sentence.

    [Above: Newspaper celebrating the end of the show-trial of Gillars.]

  • Gillars served her sentence at the Federal Reformatory for Women in Alderson, West Virginia. She was released on June 10, 1961.
    She remained unrepentant her whole time during incarceration and after her release. She held firmly to the belief that she was railroaded to prison unjustly and that she did nothing wrong.
    Mildred Gillars died of colon cancer at Grant Medical Center in Columbus on June 25, 1988.

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    [Above: Postage stamp from 1937 bearing the images of Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini. It says: 'Two Peoples, One War.']

  • Italian Libya was a unified colony of Italian North Africa established in 1934. It was formed from the colonies of Cyrenaica and Tripolitania which were taken by Italy from the Ottoman Empire in 1912 after the Italo-Turkish War of 1911 to 1912.

    During WWII massive amounts of Libyan people volunteered to fight for the Axis cause. In 1937 Benito Mussolini visited Libya in a widely celebrated affair.

    [Above: The streets were lined with ecstatic people. A victory for the Axis was a victory for Africa.]

    [Above: In 1939 Libyans whom desired so were granted special Italian citizenship by Royal Decree No. 70 on January 9, 1939.]

    [Above: Libyan soldiers were considered very professional and reliable. They were loyal troops with an excellent combat record.]

    [Above: The Man himself. The sword in Mussolini's hand is no plain sword. It is in fact The Sword of Islam. It was made to represent the people's trust in him.]

    [Above: This envelope was sent on February 7, 1942 from Tripoli to Rome. Note the stamps say 'Two Peoples, One War'.]

    [Above: Tobruk is a port city on Libya's eastern Mediterranean coast, near the border with Egypt. '6-21-1942' is the day the Allied forces in and around Tobruk surrendered to Rommel's forces. Rommel took more than 30,000 prisoners, 2,000 vehicles, 2,000 tons of fuel, and 5,000 tons of rations. Adolf Hitler awarded Rommel the coveted field marshal's baton as a reward for his stunning victory. The postage stamp above is that of Italian East Africa, however it has an erroneous overprint that is a postwar fantasy. Click to see more.]

    [Above: General Government (Poland) postage stamp made in 1944 depicting the Goralenvolk. It is known as the 'couple from Goralen'. The stamp was never released and is quite rare. After the war this stamp and others in the set leaked out into the market from the state printing office in Vienna.]

  • It was believed that the Goralenvolk or Gorals (Górale, meaning 'the Highlanders') were descended from ethnic Germans who settled in the mountainous Tatra (Podhale) region in the south of Poland near the Slovakian border during medieval times. They were considered to be part of the Greater Germanic Race.
    The belief that the Goralenvolk were of German origin probably originated in the 19th century.
    In the 1885 Meyers Konversationslexikon entry under Goralen it states that Germans settled in the area in the 11th century but were slavicized.

    [Above: The Goralenvolk in traditional costumes greet German officials.]

  • On November 7, 1939 Hans Frank, the Governor-General of the General Government, visited the region and met with the Goralenvolk leaders. It was proposed to establish a separate state for the Goralenvolk. A flag was even drafted and approved by Hans Frank, bearing the image of mountains and a swastika. The 'Goralenführer' Waclaw Krzeptowski tried to recruit volunteers for his 'Goralen Legion', which would have shaped up to be the Waffen-SS Goralische Legion. His dream was for this force to fight communism alongside the Axis. Initially 300 volunteers were recruited, but the plan ended in disaster. Unfortunately for the movement difficulties from the war put an end to the dream.

    [Above: Waclaw Krzeptowski.]

  • Waclaw Krzeptowski (June 24, 1897 - January 20, 1945). Krzeptowski was one of the leaders of the Goralenvolk in Podhale during World War II. Prior to WWII he was chairman of the People's Party (SL) in Nowy Targ. During the war he was self-proclaimed as the 'Goralenführer'.

    [Above: Waclaw Krzeptowski (center) and Hans Frank.]

  • At the war's end as communist hordes flooded Poland, Krzeptowski was given the opportunity to flee to safety in Germany. But Krzeptowski refused to flee the land he loved. He hid out in the Tatry mountains of his native region. In December 1944 he was captured by communist agents. He was 'tried' for 'high treason' and murdered by hanging, killed by his own brother!

    [Above: Waclaw Krzeptowski in white cloak standing beside Hans Frank and other German officials.]

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  • Józef Cukier (November 14, 1889 – April 22, 1960) was one of the leaders of the Goralenvolk movement during World War II. He was the president of the Highlander Union before the German occupation. Along with Waclaw Krzeptowski he shared the dream of an independent state for his ethnic group.
    In 1942 he helped create the Goralisches Committee. But alas, it was not meant to be. The war ended their hopes and dreams and the communists occupied their lands for decades to come.
    In 1946 he was sentenced to 15 years in prison.

  • Karl Theodor Witalis Wieder (March 29, 1895 - ?) was a captain of the Polish Army and an agent of the Abwehr (his brother was an officer in the Gestapo in Berlin). Wieder was also one of the leaders of the Goralenvolk movement during World War II. Toward the end of the war he fled to Germany. The Allies sentenced him to death in absentia.

    [Above: Henryk Szatkowski (left) with his comrades in Zakopane. Circa late 1930s.]

  • Henryk Szatkowski was one of the leaders of the Goralenvolk movement during World War II. He was a sports and tourism promoter in Zakopane before the German invasion of Poland.
    Szatkowski was an ethnic German, and a believer in National Socialism's fight against communism.
    He worked as an informer for the Abwehr, and was one of the founders of the Waffen-SS Goralische Legion movement.
    Szatkowski fled from Podhale with the retreating Germans at the end of World War II.
    He was never to be heard from again.
    Vanished.
    He was most likely murdered, his body never identified.
    He left behind his wife Maria and children.

    [Above: 500 zlotych note (circa 1940) featuring the image of a Goralenvolk man.]

    [Above: Princess Helena Adelaide]

  • Princess Helena Adelaide of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg (June 1, 1888 - June 30, 1962) was the third eldest daughter of Friedrich Ferdinand, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein and his wife Princess Karoline Mathilde of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg. She was a princess of Denmark through her marriage within the House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg to Prince Harald of Denmark.

    Princess Helena's friendship with Germans during Denmark's occupation earned her the hatred of the victorious Allies and their ceaseless propaganda machine. The 'resistance' in Denmark fingered her as a traitor (to what communism?) after the war, saying she was the only member of the Danish royal family to have 'betrayed' Denmark.

    [Above: Princess Helena Adelaide as a young girl]

  • The Princess might have felt a nationalist affinity to the Germans due to the fact she was German-born, or perhaps she understood that the Germans were fighting for Western civilization and had only occupied Denmark to stave off British forces who were already in the country when they arrived in 1940. Perhaps both?

    During the war she received and entertained Germans in her home and attended parties hosted by them. The Princess also participated on January 18, 1942 in the memorial service for Danish Waffen-SS officer C.E. von Schalburg, after he had died fighting on the Eastern Front. Schalburg was an important figure, and a true martyr against bolshevism and a hero to all free-thinking Danish.

    After the war and the victory of communist and capitalist slavery, Princess Helena was exiled from Denmark and placed under 'house arrest' at the Glücksburg Castle in Germany, only returning in 1947 when her husband was dying.

    [Above: Princess Helena Adelaide with her husband and children]

    [Below: The following three images are taken from the wartime German publication 'Signal Magazine'.]

    [Below: Here is a comic strip from a German publication showing the German colony at top, being one of order and protection, and that of Britain, France and Belgium being of murder, alcohol, missionaries pushing a foreign religion, fleecing the population, race mixing and enslavement.]

    [Above: Éamon de Valera]

  • Éamon de Valera (October 14, 1882 - August 29, 1975) was one of the most important political figures in 20th century Ireland. His political career spanned over fifty years, from 1917 to 1973; he served multiple terms as head of government and head of state. He also led the introduction of the Constitution of Ireland.

    De Valera was a leader of Ireland's struggle for independence from the United Kingdom in the War of Independence and of the anti-Treaty opposition in the ensuing Irish Civil War (1922–1923).

    Much of Ireland identified with the Germans during WW2, seeing a German victory as a victory for Ireland and a chance for a united and free Ireland. As we talked about in our Ireland profile on page one, there were several ways the Irish helped the Germans in WWII. There were Irish whom were agents of the Germans in Ireland, relaying information on British activity to the Germans. There was also the People's National Party of Eoin O'Duffy which was closely aligned with Germany. O'Duffy even offered to raise a 'Green Legion' of Irishmen to fight on the Russian front. Ultimately though, being under the guns of Britain, Ireland had no choice but to remain officially neutral during WWII.

    In May of 1945 the leader of Ireland Éamon de Valera shocked the tyrannical Allies' blood-thirsty brains when he offered formal condolences to National Socialist Germany on the news of the death of Adolf Hitler during WWII.

    De Valera had also two years previously angered the Allies by sending a personal note of congratulations to Subhas Chandra Bose upon his declaration of the Azad Hind (Free India) government in 1943.

    [Above: Sir Roger David Casement (September 1, 1864 – August 3, 1916)]

  • An alliance between Germany and Ireland didn't begin in WWII however. WWI saw the two peoples sharing dreams and objectives as well.

    On December 27, 1914 Sir Roger Casement, a former British diplomat and knight, signed an agreement in Berlin, authorizing the "Irish Brigade" be formed from Irish prisoners of war who had been drafted to fight for Britain.

    Ultimately Casement wished to send a fighting unit of Irishmen to Ireland to fight the British occupiers.

  • The Irishmen who volunteered received training in machine guns and were assigned German officers. They were attached to the 203rd Brandenburg regiment and divided into two companies comprising ten Machine-Gun-Corps. They also received their own Irish Brigade uniform.

    In 1916 Casement returned to Ireland by German U-boat and was captured by the British and executed for treason (patriotism!).

    [Above: Roger Casement honored on an Irish postage stamp.]

    [Above: The grave of Roger Casement in Glasnevin, Ireland.]

    [Above: Father John Nicolson (1868 - 1935)]

  • Irish priest Father John Nicolson was instrumental in recruiting Irish volunteers for Germany during WWI. Although Father Nicolson was born in Ireland he was an American citizen.

    James O'Donovan (November 3, 1896 – June 4, 1979), also known as Seamus O'Donovan, was an important volunteer in the Irish Republican Army (IRA). He fought in the Irish War of Independence and also on the Anti-Treaty side (those who would not accept a compromise with the British and the Anglo-Irish Treaty) during the Irish Civil War. His convictions landed him in prison many times, such as him imprisonment during the Irish War of Independence. He was an explosives expert and in 1921 became the IRA Director of Chemicals.

    In August of 1938, at the urging of the IRA chief of staff Seán Russell, he created the S-Plan, a bombing campaign targeting England. He wrote in his unpublished memoirs that he 'conducted the entire training of cadre units, was responsible for all but locally-derived intelligence, carried out small pieces of research and, in general, controlled the whole explosives and munitions end of S-plan.'

    A true patriot, during WWII O'Donovan saw in the Germans a chance for Irish liberation. Likewise the Germans saw in him a man who could help them fight their common enemy. The German Abwehr and O'Donovan began a working relationship.

    O'Donovan recalled that on the third of February a German Abwehr agent 'met Seán Russell and myself in Pete's [Kearney] house in Clontarf. He explained that his principals would be glad to meet a representative from us and discuss the possibility of assistance...'

    On behalf of the IRA, O'Donovan visited Hamburg Germany with his wife, the first of three visits in 1939 and was known as 'Agent V-Held'. On February 28 of that year he set up an arms and radio equipment delivery deal at the Abwehrstelle in Hamburg. He wrote later that his visit was 'to discuss potential agents, the supply of arms in the event of war, radio sets and courier communication.'

    That spring, on April 26, another arms deal was struck between O'Donovan and the Abwehrstelle. This deal included the help of a Breton secret courier connection to Ireland via France.

    Meanwhile the 'S-plan' was in full swing, in May 1939 alone there were over 40 IRA incendiary, tear-gas and bomb attacks in thirteen English towns and cities.

    [Above: An IRA attack in Coventry] O'Donovan's memoirs reveal that during his final visit to Germany in late summer 1939 he met with several Abwehr agents who he found very sympathetic to his cause. He noted that their 'sympathy with my objectives was obvious and sincere'.

    Approximately a year after O'Donovan's relationship with the Abwehr began, on February 9, 1940, Germany sent Abwehr II agent Ernst Weber-Drohl to Killala Bay, County Sligo, via a U-boat (U-37). This agent brought a Ufa transmitter (which was somehow lost in the process), new transmission codes, $14,450 in cash, and instructions for O'Donovan, who now was the chief IRA contact for Abwehr I/II.

    A total of thirteen German Abwehr agents were sent to Ireland between 1939–1943. A radio link was established and the courier service previously established was in operation.

    In 1940, James O'Donovan formed a political party called Córas na Poblachta, but not much became of it. He died in Dublin in June, 1979. He died, according to those who knew him, without any regrets regarding his alliance with National Socialist Germany.

    O'Donovan proclaimed that a German victory 'would have been very generous indeed' to Ireland, and 'at last would become a place worth living in'.

    [Above: Douglas Chandler. A Time magazine reporter in Berlin described him as 'a tall, handsome, crisp-mannered, crisp-dressed person, with crisp iron-grey hair.']

  • Douglas Chandler (May 26, 1889 - ?) was an officer in the U.S. Navy during WWI and afterwards he worked at a newspaper in Baltimore. Like so many others, Chandler was ruined financially in 1929 when the stock market crashed. He made the decision to move from the U.S. because he was 'fed up to the chin with the Depression and the miasma that was enveloping Washington'. He first moved to France and then to Germany in 1931. He became a journalist in National Socialist Germany. He contributed to the National Geographic Magazine showing the mountain of positive things National Socialism brought to the German people.

    Later he was introduced to a German Press Department attaché and the general consul in Munich. Soon afterward he went on a tour of Dachau concentration camp. He was deeply impressed with the orderly operation, clean barracks and humane treatment of prisoners. Chandler knew that the USA was not reporting the truth, and wanted more than ever to share this truth with his countrymen back home.

    In 1938 he wrote excitedly to a friend 'I find a thrilling and admirable new social order in the process of burgeoning here'.

    The next year an enemy of Germany and a man who would help to destroy Chandler's career with National Geographic Magazine wrote '...the disturbing thing to me… was that Mr. Chandler was more Pro-Nazi and Anti-Jewish than any man of any nationality that I met anywhere on our trip.'

    Chandler's life outside of Germany was ruined forever. The enemies of truth blacklisted his name. He is known to have expressed that he was the victim of a Jewish witch hunt.

    In April of 1941 Chandler began broadcasting from Berlin for the Reichs-Rundfunk-Gesellschaft, German State Radio, in its U.S.A Zone. He chose to stay in Germany even when the United States declared war on Germany on December 11, 1941. Other American citizens who were living there were repatriated by the U.S. government. Chandler proudly wore a swastika on his lapel everywhere he went.

    Douglas Chandler was known as 'Paul Revere' on his radio programs. The sound of clattering hooves and the patriotic American song Yankee Doodle were played at the beginning of his programs. His broadcasts to the United States were to inform the people about the tyranny in the U.S. government. He exposed the fact that Roosevelt and all of the government were under the control of Jewish interests. Chandler's voice split the airwaves:

    'Yes, by all means, let Pearl Harbor be avenged. But not upon the Japanese... upon the real authors of this war: the Jews. The day is not far off the horizon when the Yankee cry will be for a plentifully purging pogrom, and the measures employed by the Reich will seem child's play in comparison.'

    Near the end of 1943 Chandler had to move to Vienna and later to Munich. In Munich he continued his effort to educate Americans via radio until February of 1945.

    [Above: This is a photograph by Douglas Chandler titled: 'Visitors, on first seeing Berlin, are amazed at its abundant statuary.']

  • In May 1945 Chandler was arrested by the U.S. Army while at home in Bavaria. He was released in October, only to be rearrested again by the U.S. Army in March of 1946. He arrived in the United States by plane on December 14, 1946 to stand trial.

    [Above: Douglas Chandler (left) arriving at his treason trial in Boston in 1947.]

    Chandler had been indicted in absentia on July 26, 1943, along with Robert Henry Best, Edward Delaney, Jane Anderson, Constance Drexel, Max Otto Koischwitz, Fred W. Kaltenbach, and Ezra Pound for treason. These were all Americans who saw the corruption going on in America, moved abroad and tried to warn their fellow citizens. On June 28, 1947 Chandler was found guilty on ten counts of treason. He was sentenced to life imprisonment, fined $10,000 and automatically lost his U.S. citizenship.

    Chandler bravely stood before the 'judge' of the kangaroo court and proclaimed:

    'It is the tragedy of my life that the warnings I gave my country were not, and are not, yet accepted. Time, however, will vindicate me.'

    After being imprisoned for 16 years for daring to tell the truth, President John F. Kennedy released him on the condition that he immediately leave the United States. He returned to Germany in 1963. He was 73 years old.

    [Above: Setsuko Hara.]

  • Setsuko Hara (June 17, 1920 – September 5, 2015) was a legendary Japanese actress. Outside of Japan for her starring roles in Late Spring (1949) and Tokyo Story (1953). But even before these famous films she had already appeared in sixty-seven others! All-in-all she appeared in over one hundred films in her career!

    [Above: Setsuko Hara.]

    But the most important to us is her 'breakout' role co-starring in 1937 for 'The Daughter of the Samurai' (German: 'Die Tochter des Samurai' - in Japan it was called 'The New Earth'). This film was a German-Japanese co-production, directed by Mansaku Itami and Arnold Fanck. It was 'to strengthen ties between the soon-to-be wartime allies.'

    [Above: German and Japanese movie posters for The Daughter of the Samurai.]

    Upon her death in September 2015 the reclusive Hara had not been seen in the movie industry for at least four decades.

    After watching a film starring Setsuko Hara, the novelist Shusaku Endo wrote: 'We would sigh or let out a great breath from the depths of our hearts, for what we felt was precisely this: Can it be possible that there is such a woman in this world?'

    [Above: Setsuko Hara and Ruth Eweler during the filming of The Daughter of the Samurai.]

    [Above: Setsuko Hara and Ruth Eweler during the filming of The Daughter of the Samurai.]

    [Above: In 1937 Hara visited Germany for promotion of The Daughter of the Samurai. She received a very warm welcome -- this picture shows her holding an armful of roses, while walking through smiling, curious crowds.]

    [Above: Setsuko Hara photographing a German police officer during her promotional visit to Berlin in 1937.]

    [Above: Joseph Goebbels at the Japanese embassy in Berlin, on his right is Ruth Eweler, while to his left is Setsuko Hara and Japanese diplomat Kintomo Mushanokoji. They attended the Berlin premiere of The Daughter of the Samurai together, 1937.]

    [Above: The Daughter of the Samurai's opening night.]



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