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Have a Historically Accurate Thanksgiving!
Post Date: 2020-11-26 10:27:58 by Ada
As every public school child knows, the first Thanksgiving took place in 1621, when our Pilgrim forefathers took a break from slaughtering Peaceful, Environmentally Friendly, Indigenous Peoples to invite them to dinner in order to infect them with smallpox, before embarking on their mission to fry the planet so that the world would end on Jan. 22, 2031. (Copyright: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez) Consider this description of the Pilgrims’ treatment of the Indigenous peoples: “They were the worst of conquerors. Inordinate pride, the lust of blood and dominion, were the mainsprings of their warfare; and their victories were strained with every excess of savage passion.” Except ...

What If The Whole Of Modern American History You Know Is Wrong? And What Of COVID-19?
Post Date: 2020-11-21 09:46:12 by Ada
I know Americans young and old haven’t the time to listen to the late Professor Antony C. Sutton’s 39-minute interview that runs counter to what has been taught in school about America, the land of the free. Modern history schoolbooks portray the U.S. as a hero country that saved millions from despots that dominated foreign lands. So, allow me to summarize what Dr. Sutton said a few years ago: US industry was behind the re-arming of Russia – -the “cold war” was contrived; and U.S. companies financially and industrially backed Adolph Hitler’s rise to power in Germany. America profits from both sides of wars. Young American army soldiers were dying for what? ...

B-17 The Bloody 100th Bomb Group - Firestorm in Dresden / Documentary
Post Date: 2020-11-20 02:36:44 by BTP Holdings
B-17 The Bloody 100th Bomb Group - Firestorm in Dresden / Documentary On 1 June 1942, the Army Air Forces activated the 100th Bombardment Group (Heavy) (100th BG) as an unmanned paper unit assigned to III Bomber Command. On 25 June 1943, the 100 BG flew its first Eighth Air Force combat mission in a bombing of the Bremen U-boat yards -- the beginning of the "Bloody Hundredth"'s legacy. The group inherited the "Bloody Hundredth" nickname from other bomb groups due to the amount of losses it took. In the early summer of 1943, 100 BG became a "marked outfit" by Luftwaffe fighters after a B-17 pilot first lowered his landing gear to surrender to three ...

Nazi Leader's Daring Escape to Spain 1945 (Leon Degrelle)
Post Date: 2020-11-15 15:55:00 by BTP Holdings
Find out how Belgian SS leader Leon Degrelle managed to escape from Norway to Spain in May 1945. Poster Comment:Leon Degrelle died of a heart attack after the Jews burned Liberty Library and destroyed the manuscript for his book. The Jews are at the heart of all the upheaval and discord in the world today.

Post Date: 2020-11-14 21:23:47 by noone222
Poster Comment:Raspy, obnoxious, cuts callers and guests off all of the time, he was the first one banned everywhere on social media, and still wound up being the last man standing. Today in Washington D.C. a great turnout for President Donald J. Trump occurred because of Alex Jones, InfoWars and his extended family of patriots. He's a hero to me because he has taken the systems best shots and shoved them right back up their asses. After all of these years of trying to make Americans give a shit about their future he's being proven "right again" but it may be too late !

Wings of the Red Star - "Duel Over Korea" (MiG-15 vs F-86)
Post Date: 2020-11-12 22:12:52 by BTP Holdings
Episode 2 of "Wings of the Red Star." Discussing the MiG-15 in combat against the F-86 Sabre in the skies over Korea.

Teutoburg Forest 9 AD - Roman-Germanic Wars DOCUMENTARY
Post Date: 2020-11-12 21:25:41 by BTP Holdings
Signup for your FREE trial to The Great Courses Plus here: The Great Courses Plus is currently available to watch through a web browser to almost anyone in the world and optimized for the US, UK, and Australian markets. The Great Courses Plus is currently working to both optimize the product globally and accept credit card payments globally. In our previous historical animated documentaries we have covered the Cimbrian War, and although the Roman empire was a clear victor, the conflicts between the Romans and the Germanic tribes continued well into the imperial era. During the reign of Augustus, the Romans expanded beyond the Rhine river and that led to one of the most ...

The Boy Who Became a World War II Veteran at 13 Years Old
Post Date: 2020-11-12 08:59:41 by Ada
In 1942, Seaman Calvin Graham was decorated for valor in battle. Then his mother learned where he’d been and revealed his secret to the Navy. Just months after her christening in 1942, the USS South Dakota was attacked relentlessly in the Pacific. Photo from U.S. Navy / Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain. With powerful engines, extensive firepower and heavy armor, the newly christened battleship USS South Dakota steamed out of Philadelphia in August of 1942 spoiling for a fight. The crew was made up of “green boys”—new recruits who enlisted after the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor—who had no qualms about either their destination or the action they were likely to ...

D-Day - British Bloodbath at Caen
Post Date: 2020-11-10 17:06:46 by BTP Holdings
Caen was the vital transport hub that had to be captured. For the British and Canadians it turned into a series of terrible battles as they fought 8 Panzer divisions equipped with 600 tanks, keeping the bulk of the German tank forces facing them, allowing the Americans to break out further west.

Stille Hilfe - The Organisation to Help Remaining National Socialists
Post Date: 2020-11-10 03:35:01 by NeoconsNailed
In the aftermath of World War Two, the Jews wanted to punish those who had upheld the Third Reich. The bloody revenge led to war crimes trials and the hunting down of those who had assisted in National Socialism. But a brave mintority of true Germans took a different view. Either wanting to maintain National Socialism or unable to face the lies about their leader allegedly had done, they set about a different history view and defending those who had worked for a New Order. Ex-Marine Receives Regular Antifa Death Threats, Aggressive FBI Harassment, and Lost His Gun Rights but He Isn't Accused of Any Crime Ex-Marine Receives Regular Antifa Death Threats, Aggressive FBI Harassment, and ...

Top Nazis "Everyday" Voices
Post Date: 2020-11-09 15:56:09 by BTP Holdings
What did Himmler, Goering, Hess and the other members of Hitler's inner circle sound like when talking normally? This is a follow on to my popular video 'Hitler's "Everyday" Voice'. Link below. Hitler's "Everyday" Voice - If you can't view it, try my DailyMotion channel: /v ideo/x7mkxf1

A [r]epublican in Exile
Post Date: 2020-11-08 22:42:55 by X-15
In Washington, D.C., while serving as Secretary of War in the 1850s, Jefferson Davis met Ambrose Dudley Mann, a native of Virginia who was the Assistant Secretary of State (and the first man to hold that office). The two men were drawn to each other immediately and became fast friends for the rest of their lives. In her biography of her husband, Varina Davis wrote that Mann had “every Christian virtue” and that “Mr. Davis and he gravitated toward each other at once, and loved like David and Jonathan until extreme old age.” [1] After the formation of the Confederate States of America, Davis appointed Mann, an experienced diplomat, as a commissioner to Europe. Mann left ...

Stalingrad Holdouts - German Resistance After the Surrender
Post Date: 2020-11-08 19:55:31 by BTP Holdings
Think the German 6th Army surrendered at Stalingrad on 2 February 1943? Well, not all of it - over 11,000 German troops fought on for weeks afterwards! This is the largely unknown story of the Stalingrad Holdouts.

America wasn’t founded on slavery in 1619 — but on Pilgrims’ ideals written in 1620
Post Date: 2020-11-08 10:53:56 by Ada
In August 1619, a pirate ship, the White Lion, stopped at Jamestown and traded twenty-some captive Africans for food. The Africans were treated as indentured servants and soon released. Fifteen months later, in November 1620, an English ship blown off course on its way to Virginia ended up off the barren coast of Massachusetts. It landed more than one hundred men, women and children. Those voyagers founded Plymouth Colony. Which event mattered more? Last year The New York Times declared that the arrival of the captives in Virginia was the “true beginning” of America — an America the Times characterized as a “slavocracy.” The Times calls its campaign to promote ...

Mustang vs. Komet - Germany 1944
Post Date: 2020-11-05 20:20:21 by BTP Holdings
The Messerschmitt Me. 163B was the only rocket powered intercepter in history. Find out how piston-engined US P-51 Mustangs managed to down two of these super fast aircraft in dogfights high above Germany in late 1944.

Germany's U-2 - WW2s Highest Air Combat
Post Date: 2020-11-05 20:10:09 by BTP Holdings
The thrilling story of a 1942 duel in the stratosphere between Germany's high-flying spy plane and a specially modified Spitfire in the hands of a daredevil prince.

The Battle of Oconee - The fight for Toxaway Valley
Post Date: 2020-11-03 22:22:30 by BTP Holdings
A short documentary about a Civil War battle re enactment that was held in Oconee County South Carolina,

Only Few Seconds - WW2 Short film (Wehrmacht vs 506 Easy Company)
Post Date: 2020-10-30 21:44:52 by BTP Holdings

HALLOWEEN SPECIAL...The Red Baron - Buried Four Times!
Post Date: 2020-10-30 20:32:47 by BTP Holdings
In this special Halloween edition discover the macabre story of the four burials of the Red Baron, WW1s greatest air ace, whose body became a kind of trophy to be moved around Europe and used for political reasons until finally finding peace. Poster Comment:"Curse you Red Baron!" - Snoopy in Peanuts comic strip.

D-Day: The Forgotten Battle of Lyme Bay
Post Date: 2020-10-27 20:00:39 by BTP Holdings
Today is the 75th anniversary of the D-Day Landings. But you might not realise that the first American casualties of Operation Overlord actually occurred six weeks earlier, and not in France, but in England. Find out the full tragic story of the Battle of Lyme Bay. Poster Comment:I knew an old guy in Chicago who was in UDT. He told me he drove an LST up on a dock at Normandy. When he was transferred to the South Pacific he said he got drunk on Vanilla Extract and would never eat vanilla ice cream. He is dead for quite some time. :-/

A WWII Russian prisoner of war remembers the Americans who helped him survive
Post Date: 2020-10-27 19:19:42 by BTP Holdings
A Russian World War 2 vet wishes the world to know how a group of American prisoners of war risked their lives to help him and his comrades.

The Floating Harbors of D-Day
Post Date: 2020-10-23 15:31:18 by BTP Holdings

Red Redux?
Post Date: 2020-10-21 18:22:48 by Ada
This entire year, I’ve been a vagabond, but you, too, have been on a journey, away from just about everything you’ve known, into the vaguest of futures, and we’re just getting started. Steered by obscured hands, we’re whipped around blind bends, towards a reality we have no part in shaping. Yesterday, my friend Chuck Orloski emailed me photos of Fiddler’s, a bar in Larksville, PA (pop. 4,400). They depict normal folks, men and women from roughly 30 to 65-years-old, sitting next to each other, each with a glass or bottle of beer. There’s a ketchup squeeze bottle as well, so at least hotdogs are served. With a bag of potato chips, it’s a fine meal. The ...

The Revolutionary War: Animated Battle Map
Post Date: 2020-10-16 20:19:30 by BTP Holdings
We at the American Battlefield Trust are re-releasing our Animated Battle Maps with newly branded openings. Enjoy learning about our nation's Revolutionary War against Great Britain, the conflict that gave birth to the United States of America.

Edward I Documentary - Biography of the life of Edward Longshanks
Post Date: 2020-10-15 16:24:32 by BTP Holdings

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