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Hellstorm: The Rape and Mass Murder of German Women after WWII

- "In the German race there is nothing but evil. Use force and break the racial pride of these German women. Take them as your lawful booty. Kill!” - Ilya Ehrenberg, Jewish propagandist in the Stalin regime.

D-Day 70

- Hollande gave the impression that, had he been around in 1944, he would have been on the side of the Free French, not Vichy.

Crimea Referendum – One Law for All, Only if the West...

- Ferris - Self-determination often does not mean that people had the right to make a decision the winners didn’t like. Once again Russia has called the bluff of those with blood on their own hands, which is exactly why the Western backed government is now seeking to hide that blood behind howls of protest and the rhetoric of American politicians. Double standards double the problem, and always have.

One Torpedo – 580 men – 7000 tons of Explosives

- A WWII Fifty Year Secrecy Classification Buries 580 Families at Sea

Black Sun Rising — Part 5

- Orage..."Jules Vernes inspired many a young boy to dream of star travel and powerful machines. What novelists imagined, scientists set out to bring into reality..."

The Blackman Appeal

- Sergeant Alexander Blackman’s appeal against his outrageous conviction was heard this week by the Courts Martial Appeals Court.

He’s back again and No Holocaust Denier

A new Hitler Satire Tops Germany’s Best-Seller List. Let’s hope it won’t be long before Germans start, once more, to write great symphonies and the best philosophy ever.

Black Sun Rising Part 4

In 1974 I had seen a family I grew up with slaughtered in their beds while they slept the sleep of the dead. My best friend, even though he was only fifteen years old at the time, was suspected of being the perpetrator, until the drug-addled surviving son confessed.

Uri Avnery – Their Mothers, Their Fathers

- Uri Avnery - "The film does not hide that the Jews were the main victims of the Nazi Reich, and nothing comes near their sufferings."

John Roderick – an Intimate Film Portrait

- A Tribute to a Fellow Journalist, his Son, and their 250 year old Minka Farmhouse

Ted Gundy – Three Head Shots at a 1000 yards

- An 85 year old WWII sniper moves up from his past 300 yard range to a 1000, with flying colors

The Battle of Britain and Poets Galore

- We celebrate and honor all of those who fought with a poetic journey down memory lane to the first war time photojournalists

One Torpedo – 7000 Tons of Explosives – 580 Men Gone

- A WWII 50 year secrecy classification buries 580 families at sea - "Friendly Planes - Do Not Fire"...a personal story

Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News – December 19, 2012

On December 18, Sen. Daniel Inouye, an Army Veteran of World War II, Medal of Honor recipient, and longstanding Veterans advocate, passed away at the age of 88.

Burma signs deal to recover buried WWII Spitfires

- Sixty Brand New Spitfires - Still in Their Shipping Crates - Buried in Burma All of These Years

One Torpedo – 580 men – 7000 tons of Explosives

- A WWII Fifty Year Secrecy Classification Buries 580 Families at Sea

VT Veterans – John Roderick, an Intimate Film Portrait

A Tribute to a Fellow Journalist, His Son, and Their Minka Farmhouse

The Decline of America And The Cause

The decline of America and its global stature probably began with the implementation of our modified capitalistic society, though I choose to discuss the decline from the end of the Second World War when it is far easier for us to view and for us to remember.

Harold Russell, Where Are You When We Need You?

October is Disability Employment Awareness Month.

Airmen Missing in Action from WWII Identified

The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) announced today that the remains of nine servicemen, missing in action from World War II, have been identified and are being returned to their families for burial with full military honors.

Fukushima: Japan Goes to WAR

Destroy the RadGas Generators, Mr President. The building sized tents, concealed and armored chimneys and high velocity air pumps constitute armed and firing nuclear weapons aimed at the United States.

Hitler and the Banksters: The Abolition of Interest-Servitude

This article was written for mature and thoughtful people who want to understand today in light of yesterday.

A Jewish Defector Warns America: Benjamin Freedman Speaks on Zionism...

When the Germans realized this, [that they had been double-crossed by the Jews] they naturally resented it. Up to that time, the Jews had never been better off in any country in the world than they had been in Germany.

A Jewish Defector Warns America: Benjamin Freedman Speaks on Zionism...

This speech was given 50 years ago – half a century ago! It is a classic now – well-known to many dissidents, especially historical revisionists.

Hiroshima to Fukushima, Finishing the Job

I predict a bloody December as many normal peoples’ hopes for a healthy kid are shattered beyond all recognition by a Fukushima Daiichi crop of monster, deformed, crazed or dead kids.

My Honor Flight

Christina White poses with her father (standing), and her two Veteran grandfathers at the WWII Memorial in Washington, DC.

Speaking Truth to Power: An Introduction

I happen to believe there is a huge, huge hunger out there for Truth in History – and genuine Truth in History mandates uncompromising intellectual candor about the much-maligned and misjudged era of 1933-1945. No cheap banality. No platitudes. No carton cut-outs a la Hogan’s Heroes out of the smoking mills of Hollywood. And not the vile poison that the likes of Abe Foxman spew forth!

90-Year-Old Veteran with Glaucoma Still Sees Humor Every Day

When Thurman Person makes his weekly visit on Fridays to the New York Harbor Healthcare System in New York City, stories are shared and jokes are told.

Our Longest Serving Volunteer

Norma Morgan is the Kansas City VA Medical Center’s longest running volunteer. “I think we need to pay respect all we can to these veterans, “ says Morgan, who has been volunteering at the medical center since 1964.

The Forgotten WWII Battle of Halbe 1945

In the early 1980s, I was working in the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., doing research for my trilogy called "Lebensraum", narrating my family's flight from the Ukraine in 1943 under the protection of the retreating German forces

One Torpedo – 580 men – 7000 tons of Explosives

On this day, April 20th, 1944, the largest loss of life on a WWII Liberty ship took place when the SS Paul Hamilton was sunk with all hands. But these men were killed not one, but twice.

Beheading the Flight Lieutenant

When I found this article there was no source listed for the above title, so I was not sure it was for real. This is the first time I had run across a written Japanese report. I started by looking for beheading photos, the most famous being the Australian behind the Japanese lines radio operator, Sgt. Leonard Siffleet.

The Katyn Forest Massacre – A Revisionist History Rosetta Stone

Rare photos and the actual Soviet liquidation order signed by Stalin Below        ...by  Jim W. Dean, VT Editor   The 20,000 Polish officers liquidated by the...

VETERANS TODAY EXCLUSIVE: Combat – The Greatest Air Battle of...

By Jim W. Dean STAFF WRITER/Editor In the video below you will hear about Capt. Jay Zeamer in his B-17 bomber 'Old 666'  and 'Eager Beaver'...

Funeral services honor ‘last soldier’ to leave Saigon

SAN ANTONIO -- A Texas man who was key to saving thousands of lives in Vietnam, has died. Retired Army Major General Homer D. Smith, originally from Breckenridge, Texas, passed away in San Antonio on March 6. He was 89.

Bean – Bullets – Band Aid – Nothing to good for...

A Solider that went by the name of Bonaparte is quoted as saying: “ An army marches on its stomach!” He knew a bit about soldiering.

Japan offers ‘heartfelt apology’ to U.S. POWs

Japan's foreign minister apologized Monday for the suffering of a group of former World War II prisoners of war visiting from the United States and said they were treated inhumanely. The six POWs, their relatives and the daughters of two men who died are the first group of U.S. POWs to visit Japan with government sponsorship, though groups from other countries have been invited previously.

One of original Navajo Code Talkers dies in Arizona

Allen Dale June, one of the 29 original Navajo Code Talkers who confounded the Japanese during World War II by transmitting messages in their native language, has died. He was 91. June died of natural causes Wednesday night at a veterans hospital in Prescott, his wife, Virginia, told The Associated Press on Thursday. Allen Dale June, one of the last three members of the Original 29 Navajo Code Talkers, dies at age 91.His health had been failing since earlier this year when he was hospitalized for a urinary tract infection and kidney failure because he wasn't drinking enough water, his wife said. He was hospitalized again two months ago after visiting family on the Navajo Nation and was transferred from a Flagstaff hospital to Prescott, where he was under round-the-clock care.

The Small City of Canal Fulton, Ohio

The small city of Canal Fulton, Ohio, rolled out the “red carpet” and flag waving crowds swelled along the streets in anticipation.  May 17,...

Veterans-For-Change Report

Nearly 3,000 Individuals Have Responded to the CalVet Survey To Help Prioritize Services to California’s Veterans Sacramento – Nearly 3,000 individuals have responded to the...