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Dresden, 1945

The Frauenkirche, Dresden, before February 13-14, 1945

The Frauenkirche, Dresden, before February 13-14, 1945

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German translation here

Editor’s Note:

The following account of the destruction of Dresden on the night of February 1314, 1945, is an excerpt from chapter 10 of Hellstorm: The Death of Nazi Germany, 19441947 (Sheridan, Colorado: Aberdeen Books, 2010), which deals primarily with the fate of innocent Germans, primarily women, children, the old, and infirm in the last year and aftermath of World War II. 

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Somewhere over Germany, 1945

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At the gates of heaven
he did not know the names
beyond the bombing bay.

But many miles away
he could still see the flames
judging the dead in Dresden.

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Martin Zandvliet’s Land of Mine

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Following the surrender of German forces at the end of World War Two nearly one million captured German soldiers had their status downgraded from Prisoners of War (POWs) to Disarmed Enemy Forces. The purpose was to provide the Allied force with a ready supply of slave labor by skirting around the Geneva Convention. In Denmark, under the direction of the British, two thousand soldiers were forced to clear mines along the west coast in violation of International laws prohibiting the use of captured soldiers for dangerous jobs. Read more …

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Collaboration & Adaptation in Axis Europe
A review of Mark Mazower’s Hitler’s Empire

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Mark Mazower
Hitler’s Empire: How the Nazis Ruled Europe
New York: Penguin Press, 2008

I like to think I am not an uncritical person. Before reading a “heretical” book, I almost always read a mainstream book on the topic first, so I know how to situate the possibly more outlandish claims Read more …

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Queue, 1944

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Its weathercock covered with fresh snow,
the barn is dreamy on the hill.
Out of the woods, and lying low,
crawl green men, in . . . in for the kill.

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Counter-Attack

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On 27 January 1945 the Red Army had just been defeated in an armor engagement with the 20th Panzer Division, which was retreating to escape encirclement, slightly south of Gleiwitz in Upper Silesia. Two villages were punished for the defeat: Preiswitz, populated by Poles, and neighboring Schönwald, populated by Germans. In total, 200 innocent civilians were murdered in cold blood.  Read more …

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Two Poems

Forest229 words

Wandervogel . . . Nicht Mehr
Rhineland 1946

We are going to die here. Not soldiers but
Prisoners of war now, held where snow turned sleet
Hits down to our bones. The cold makes us shut
Our eyes against losing too much body heat.
We are the animals? We who live like
This: so frozen, so hungry every day
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The Épuration:
An Intellectual & Political Purge

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Robert Brasillach on trial

Robert Brasillach on trial

Translated by Guillaume Durocher

Translator’s Note:

Épuration,” literally meaning “purge,” “cleansing,” or “purification,” was the process of killing, imprisoning, ostracizing, or otherwise punishing those deemed to have been traitors by the Gaullist government and the Resistance following the eviction of German forces from France in 1944-45. Read more …

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The Punishment of the German People

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Translated by Guillaume Durocher

Translator’s Note:

This article is drawn from Dominique Venner’s history of the twentieth century, Le Siècle de 1914 (Paris: Pygmalion, 2006), 329-31.

 In Germany itself, since 1985, May 8 has been raised up as a commemoration of the Nazi defeat. [. . .] A great ambiguity. Read more …

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“Dirty Japs,” Part 2

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Part 2 of 2

None suffered more in war, none suffered more in “peace,” than German women and girls. Of all the war crimes committed by the Allies during World War Two, the massive rapes of helpless women and children were perhaps the most monstrous. Of course, an untold number of German women and children did not survive the violent, nonstop assaults. One million? Two million? Ten million? Since no one in power cared, no one was counting.  Read more …

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