'This Jewish bolshevist annihilation of nations and its western European and American procurers can be met only in one way:
by using every ounce of strength with the extreme fanaticism and stubborn steadfastness that merciful God gives to men in hard times for the defense of their own lives...'

-Adolf Hitler, radio speech, February 24, 1945

[Above: Famed American writer Kurt Vonnegut. Vonnegut was a P.O.W. working in Dresden during one of the worst murderous attacks by the Allies.
He wrote about it in a letter home (May 29, 1945):
'On about February 14th the Americans came over, followed by the R.A.F.
Their combined labors killed 250,000 people in twenty-four hours and destroyed all of Dresden—possibly the world's most beautiful city. But not me.'

[Above: Eastern Prussia. Cold and hunger... satiated by death.]

[Above: Berlin, a smoldering crater.]

'They Enjoy the Looting
Next to the desire to go home, the biggest thing on the soldier's mind is what he quite candidly calls 'looting.' ...The biggest loot lay in bicycles, cameras, and radios, and of course any stock of liquor one could find. The liquor disappeared very rapidly... One wondered whether this was not an example of how an army will reflect faithfully the traits of a culture at home which values money far more highly than it values integrity and community interest...'

-PM Daily VOL.V, No.244, March 29, 1945, page 2

[Above: A barefoot starving German boy, clutching a dirty sheet, searching the garbage for scraps outside a British club in Hamburg, 1946. Patton called the Germans 'The greatest race in Europe'. The Allies threw the Germans to the trash, and stole everything in sight. Millions starved while Allied food supplies were overflowing.]

[Above: British soldiers jeer at a painting of Adolf Hitler. He let thousands of British soldiers flee just a few years before at Dunkirk. Now those same soldiers come to spread death and destruction.]

[Above: A communist steals a woman's bike. The Allied troops stole everything in sight, yet they still whine about Germans stealing art. The Allies literally dismantled entire factories, brick by brick, screw by screw and rebuilt the factories in their countries. Many times they would even capture the workers and kidnap them and force them to work. Yet the Allies still dare to say Germany used 'slave labor'. The 'Good Guys' took thousands and thousands of German slaves and enslaved them for many years after the war.]

'Max Lerner Reports on Germany:
Never in history has there been another such case of an army at the peak of its power and its victory, whose men would so glady abandon both power and victory if only they could get home.
I have asked many American boys in Germany whether they wouldn't like to stay in Europe--perhaps in the Army of Occupation, perhaps as part of the necassary machine administering relief and helping rebuild Europe after the war. Very few of the men I have talked with wanted to stay on...'

-PM Daily VOL.V, No.244, March 29, 1945, page 2

[Above: A communist thief shows off his stolen watches.]

[Above: A woman and a child bury their heads in what's left of their home.]

[Above: An American soldier sprays pesticide next to a garbage can labeled so Germans can eat out of their trash.]

'Only the size of the sacrifice will reveal the greatness of the victory. What is easily achieved will be easily forgotten.'
-Adolf Hitler

[Above: Captured German soldiers, on their way to concentration camps, where many of them will die. They are herded west, following the Autobahn, yet another National Socialist invention copied all over the world.]

[Above: German civilians are forced into cattle cars.]

[Above: Millions of German civilians forced from their ancestral homes. It was the largest migration in human history.]

'The forced migration of millions of peoples is the greatest of crime of this age. There is nothing in all history to equal it except perhaps the fact that there is neither an outcry against these atrocities by the people of other nations nor any action or governments with power to lake it!'
-'The Bishop writes from Europe', the monthly newsletter of the November issue of 'Catholic Action News' in Fargo, North Dakota, Bishop Aloisius J. Muench

[Above: Forced from their homes, these civilians walked from Lodz to Berlin hoping to find shelter.]

[Above & below: A unexploded bomb tore through the St Eramus Chapel cathedral, Berlin. It was founded in 1465. The murderous Allied bombs actually targeted things like museums! Yes, it's true. They destroyed countless cultural artifacts of Europe.]

[Above: Stepping on the dreams of those enlightened. These drones think they are symbolically attacking "Nazism". But they only help steel my determination to tell the truth to the world.]

'The Axis powers, although they must realize that they have lost the war, nevertheless hope to win the peace by...
disseminating their disruptive ideology and by fostering discontent and promoting discord within the American Republic.'

-PM Daily VOL.V, No.244, March 29, 1945, page 6

[Above: This is what superheroes look like. Grenades in their boots, heavy machine guns in their hands and Adolf Hitler in their hearts!]

[Above: Allied soldiers loved to play with corpses, here they put a stick grenade next to a martyred soldier.]

[Above: An old man poses with a wing of an eagle. The Allied tyrants destroyed countless work of National Socialist art. They literally threw works of art, like Breker, into metal scrap yards.]

'Wanderer, greet the Fatherland for us, whom we loved more than life itself.'
-Motto above a German cemetery in France

[Above: His body twisted and cold. Left behind by his comrades. Now you lay as a symbol of courage. Sacrifice. Now you inspire us in 2020 and beyond.]

[Above: Big man crossing off an eagle on a train. I think he is even using his own nail polish.]

[Above: The Allied bombers targeted children. In fact, they would go out of their way to get them. Even flying past strategic targets to bomb civilians.]

'There will be no free Germans. This is the meaning of Gen. Eisenhower's statement
"there will be no negotiated unconditional surrender,"
but that the war will go on until the whole of Germany has been taken over and occupied...
It means something else, something that has never before happened in the history of modern war.
Eisenhower has, in fact, stated that the Allied armies will go on until the whole regular Germany army and the auxiliaries have been captured, or have surrendered, or have been killed.'

-PM Daily VOL.V, No.244, March 29, 1945, page 6

[Above: The New York Times, June 1941. Their bloodlust is insatiable.]

[Above: Berlin, zoo bunker. 'Lieber tot als skalve' = 'Better dead than a slave']

[Above: A extremely young Soviet soldier, injured and scared, surrenders during the Battle of Kursk. July, 1943. The invasions of Russia was to fight communism. It was not a war against the Russian people.]

'I once saw DPs beat an SS man and then strap him to the steel gurney of a crematorium. They slid him in the oven, turned on the heat and took him back out. Beat him again, and put him back in until he was burnt alive. I did nothing to stop it. I suppose I could have brandished my weapon or shot in the air, but I was not inclined to do so. Does that make me an accomplice to murder?'
-2005 interview for the Washington Post, Benjamin B. Ferencz, Chief Prosecutor for the United States Army at the Einsatzgruppen Trial from Brzezinski, Matthew (July 2005). "Giving Hitler Hell". The Washington Post.

[Above: An American soldier sits atop a mountain of samurai swords. The Americans stopped Japan from destroying communism in China. Now the communist hydra is unleashed.]

[Above: Young tank hunters carrying panzerfausts.]

[Above: A Waffen-SS officer awaits his enemies. Come what may.]

'It may be true that the atom bombs dropped on Japan shortened the war in the Pacific a little, but the war was already decided before those bombs were dropped. All the same it shows a deplorable lack of humanity when some Americans still contend that the slaughter of 120,000 civilians was justified if it saved the lives of a relatively few soldiers in the field.'
-The Bombing of Germany by Hans Rumpf, pg. 235, ©1963

[Above: This American soldier thinks it is funny to see a dead German. Don't worry little tough guy, what comes around goes around and I'm sure there was a bullet with your name on it. Too bad we don't have a picture of him to laugh at.]

[Above: Can you imagine how proud you would be if this were your son?]

[Above: American soldiers, well all Allied soldiers, were rampant thieves. They were so obsessed with "those evil Nazis" that they would even collect rocks that they stepped on. Can you imagine German soldiers collecting rocks that Churchill might have stepped on? Hahaha. No.]

'I wasn't new to murder and bloodletting. I had enlisted two years prior to the outbreak of the second world war and by the time I was 21 I had taken part in one major battle and various smaller ones. I had been in fights where the ground in front of me was littered with the remains of young men who had once been full of the joy of living, laughing and joking with their mates. As each year of the war went by, the fighting got more ferocious, new weapons were introduced and fresh young men became the targets. How I remained a sane person through all this I don't know.
Then came the evening of the 13 February, 1945 – 68 years ago this week. I was a prisoner of war held in Dresden. At about 10.30pm that night, the air raid sirens started their mournful wailing and because this happened every night no notice was taken. The people of Dresden believed that as long as the Luftwaffe kept away from Oxford, Dresden would be spared. The sirens stopped and after a short period of silence the first wave of pathfinders were over the city dropping their target flares.
As the incendiaries fell, the phosphorus clung to the bodies of those below, turning them into human torches. The screaming of those who were being burned alive was added to the cries of those not yet hit. There was no need for flares to lead the second wave of bombers to their target, as the whole city had become a gigantic torch. It must have been visible to the pilots from a hundred miles away. Dresden had no defences, no anti-aircraft guns, no searchlights, nothing.
My account of this tragedy, Dresden: A Survivor's Story, was published on the day of the anniversary this week. I gave a number of interviews around the publication, in which I insisted that the affair was a war crime at the highest level, a stain upon the name Englishman that only an apology made in full public view would suffice to obliterate...
From being regarded as some form of hero on the one hand, to a Nazi supporter on the other, has taught me that there are so many sides to any question.'

-Victor Gregg, British P.O.W. and author of Dresden: A Survivor's Story, February 1945

[Above: SS official Oswald Pohl. Pohl was hanged shortly after midnight on June 7, 1951 at Landsberg Prison. Pohl was an extremely capable SS officer and dedicated National Socialist. In 1932 he proclaimed, 'I was a National Socialist before National Socialism came into being.' The prison chaplain described Pohl as 'a man full of energy, willpower and vigor... a man of a] highly cultured mind and heart...'

The prison chaplain, Morgenschweis, defended Pohl's reputation long after his Allied murder. He proclaimed Pohl's innocence and stated that lies brought him to be executed.

Pohl's wife and children stood firmly by him during his imprisonment. His wife remained loyal to him until the end.]

[Above: Oswald Pohl photographed after he was murdered by the Allies. One of a legion of innocent men murdered to satiate Allied blood lust.]

[Above: A communist poster in Britain. Help us murder more people! 'The communist party says ACT NOW!']

[Above: Ahh, how cute. They even put some ketchup on it. This is wax model of Adolf Hitler, May 13, 1933. Such childish idiots.]

[Above: A German soldier, hands tied, after being murdered by strangulation by his cowardly enemies.]

[Above: The communist Russian occupiers had the nerve to put up street signs in Russian using Cyrillic! Many, many street names were changed all over Germany, the majority of the new names used the names of Jewish figures and other silliness.]

[Above: Sailors Bob Nethery, left, of Powell, Wyo., and Bob Wickford of Patterson, Calif., after being tricked into fighting their own brothers and sisters in Europe, celebrate a very dark future for their children. New York, May 1, 1945.]

'As the Americans marched in, the old and the new schools had been totally destroyed, the parsonage burned, and homes and farms razed to the ground. Those already lying underground were brought back to the surface when the cemetery was hit. Nothing escaped the fighter-bombers' war on the villages...'
-The Fire - The Bombing of Germany 1940-1945, by Jörg Friedrich, pg. 143, ©2006

'When another 972 people were killed in the next raid, on February 20, and the Johannis Cemetery in Leipzig had to close because it was heavily hit...'
-The Fire - The Bombing of Germany 1940-1945, by Jörg Friedrich, pg. 380, ©2006

Incredible. It takes a lot to shock me these days, but this did it. I know that the Allies targeted small farms, women, children, animals, virtually anything moving in the countryside, but I had never imagined they would have bombing raids with cemetery targets!!! Monsters of the highest order... unbelievable, but true.

[Above: An Unterscharführer in the noble 'Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler', murdered by invading Canadian mercenaries, Falaise, August 16, 1944. He's wearing a wedding ring... another husband, son, perhaps a father, never to return home. The ghoulish Allies have unbuttoned his pants and left his genitals exposed for the camera. Again, who were the real monsters?]

[Above: 'Hitler dead'? Never.]

[Above: A sadness immeasurable, mixed with a cosmic, burning contempt for the cowardly victor. All the while a tiredness deeper than blood and bone. This German soldier sits in front of the burning Reichstag, waiting for what's to come. Berlin, 1945. Surely he contemplated: was it all for nothing? My brothers bleeding, dying? The soul splitting cries of battle, the sparkling heights of victory, the spirit crushing depths of defeat...?
It wasn't for nothing, my friend. You are heroes to all free men. You gave us a chance in our fight. You put bullets in our guns with your sacrifice. But most of all, you gave us hope and inspiration and light in total darkness. We whisper warmly to you, beyond the constraints of time and space:
"Thank you, in tear laden solemnity. Thank you, through gritted teeth, snarling smiles and squinting dead eyes. Thank you, with defiant hearts and dreams of vengeance. Thank you, for showing us a love greater than our hate. Thank you, for showing us it's not impossible and it's never too late..." ]

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'National Socialism has tackled the Jewish problem by action and not by words. It has risen in opposition to the Jewish determination to dominate the world; it has attacked them everywhere and in every sphere of activity; it has flung them out of the positions they have usurped; it has pursued them in every direction, determined to purge the German world of the Jewish poison. For us, this has been an essential process of disinfection, which we have prosecuted to its ultimate limit and without which we should ourselves have been asphyxiated and destroyed.

...Quick to realize the danger, the Jews decided to stake their all in the life and death struggle which they launched against us. National Socialism had to be destroyed, whatever the cost and even if the whole world were destroyed in the process. Never before had there been a war so typically and at the same time so exclusively Jewish.

I have at least compelled them to discard their masks. And even if our endeavors should end in failure, it will only be a temporary failure. For I have opened the eyes of the whole world to the Jewish peril.'
-Adolf Hitler, The Political Testament of Adolf Hitler, February/April 1945

'You were so young,
died much too early.
Whosoever forgets you,
never truly knew you.'

-German death card

'It is necessary that I should die for my people; but my spirit will rise from the grave and the world will know that I was right.'
-Adolf Hitler