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Greatest Tank Battles - The Battle of 73 Easting
Post Date: 2020-02-17 18:47:20 by BTP Holdings
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Eagle Troop and Ghost Troop of the US Army's 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment square-off against the Republican Guard during OPERATION DESERT STORM Poster Comment:Saddam said, "This will be the mother of all battles." He was right, it was a mutha. LOL

The Largest Tsunami in Recorded History was Unimaginably Big
Post Date: 2020-02-17 03:54:38 by BTP Holdings
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The Largest Tsunami in Recorded History was Unimaginably Big May 17, 2019 Ian Harvey To date, the largest tsunami on record was on July 10, 1958 when a 7.7 magnitude earthquake from the Fairweather fault in southeast Alaska hit, ultimately causing a tsunami with a maximum height of 1,720 feet, or 520 meters! Take a while to try to comprehend a wave that size. In the past, the resulting onrush of water after an earthquake was called a tidal wave by most English speaking countries. Recently, the long-known Asian name of tsunami has been adopted by most countries. According to wsspc.org, the website for the Western States Seismic Policy Council out of Sacramento, California, the giant ...

Silent Sam and Me
Post Date: 2020-02-15 21:44:08 by X-15
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In September of 1961, I left my job at a basket factory in Wilmington, North Carolina and hitch-hiked up to Chapel Hill to become a student there. I followed in the path of UNC’s very first student, a boy named Hinton James, who had famously walked those roads up from Pender County back in 1789. As befits the first student at the first State University, he did not come by carriage. My last ride was in the cab of a well-weathered farm truck. The grizzled driver wished me well and let me out in the middle of town. “You’ll like it here,” he told me with pride. “My little grandbaby went here and she became a schoolteacher!” I was pointed the way to Battle ...

Adolf Hitler
Post Date: 2020-02-08 10:04:44 by BTP Holdings
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Adolf Hitler History.com Editors Updated: Aug 30, 2019 Original:Oct 29, 2009 Adolf Hitler, the leader of Germany’s Nazi Party, was one of the most powerful and notorious dictators of the 20th century. Hitler capitalized on economic woes, popular discontent and political infighting to take absolute power in Germany beginning in 1933. Germany’s invasion of Poland in 1939 led to the outbreak of World War II, and by 1941 Nazi forces had occupied much of Europe. Hitler’s virulent anti-Semitism and obsessive pursuit of Aryan supremacy fueled the murder of some 6 million Jews, along with other victims of the Holocaust. After the tide of war turned against him, Hitler committed ...

Ronald Reagan - A Must Watch.!
Post Date: 2020-02-02 20:58:17 by BTP Holdings
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Ronald Reagan speech supporting the Republican Presidential nominee Barry Goldwater. Reagan speaks of big government, high taxation, War, liberalism, socialism. He addresses foreign policy issues including the risk of appeasement, peace through strength. The speech establishes Reagan as an important figure in the conservative wing of the Republican party. To a significant degree, Ronald Reagan's election to the presidency stems from this speech. The speech remains amazingly fresh as a statement of modern American conservative philosophy four decades after it was delivered. Sadly what he was warning us about is coming true more than ever today...!

Wing Commander Paul Farnes – Last Ace of the Few
Post Date: 2020-02-01 02:22:57 by X-15
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We are sad to report the passing of Wing Commander Paul Farnes; the last surviving Royal Air Force ace from the Battle of Britain. There are now just two living members from the The Few, the small cadre of RAF fighter crews who took part in the desperate, and seemingly futile effort to save Britain from the Nazi horde during the summer of 1940. As most will know, their monicker, The Few, derives from Prime Minister Winston Churchill’s oft-quoted line, “Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few…,” which he presented during his immortal House of Commons speech of August 20th, 1940 in which he described the heroic exploits of these airmen as ...

Truckin' - got my chips cashed in (Truck Driving Songs)
Post Date: 2020-01-30 02:39:29 by Bill D Berger
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Plastic Words: The Language of Tyranny
Post Date: 2020-01-30 00:56:45 by Bill D Berger
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Plastic words and phrases are language which is used so commonly but loosely as to lose its meaning. It is used for stagecraft performance rather than to convey clear meaning. With minimal substantive meaning and clear definition, they are useful as tools of Orwellian misdirection. They are widely used as tools of propaganda and are particularly insidious when passed into law. In 1979, the Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism (JCIT) marked the beginning of development of the “terrorism” meme.  With 700 mucky mucks attending, including top level deep state operatives, this appears to have been a seminal event in the global coordination of false flag ...

My Country My Ass - (with Lyrics)
Post Date: 2020-01-29 20:45:27 by Bill D Berger
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There May Be an Ancient Earth Inside Earth, Say Harvard Scientists [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2020-01-25 09:27:20 by Ada
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Ancient Earth A team of Harvard scientists believe the remnants of an ancient Earth that date to the time another planet collided with ours to produce the moon may still be lodged deep within the Earth’s mantle If you thought it was a trip to see the Earth from space, then wait until you get a load of this: A team of scientists from Harvard University believe that have found evidence that an ancient Earth exists inside our planet. The team believes that a previously unexplained isotopic ratio from deep within the Earth might be a signal from material from before our world collided with another planet-sized body, which led to the creation of the Moon. This might be an echo of an ...

Belief in the 'Holocaust' Is Crumbling Around the World, What Will the Consequences of this Earthquake Be?
Post Date: 2020-01-21 09:28:33 by Ada
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‘The lies will one day break down under their own weight and the truth will again triumph. The hour will come when we shall stand pure and undefiled as our aims and beliefs have always been.’ - Joseph Goebbels, April 1945, in a letter to his eldest son. The question that challenges the shrewdest philosophers and prophets is how the world will respond when the holocaust narrative is no longer considered believable. What happens when the holocaust is regarded as far-fetched as Santa Claus, an illusion as is the fable of Emperor’s New Clothes by Hans Christian Andersen. Contemporary revelations of revisionists, historians and scholars have their equivalence with the ...

Al White: The Story of a Marine Grunt in the First Battle of Khe Sanh (April 1967)
Post Date: 2020-01-04 12:54:30 by BTP Holdings
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Copyright: American Prairie Filmworks 2019 WARNING: This video contains much offensive language and much vulgarity. Even so, Al's story is absolutely compelling, historic, and even emotionally touching if you watch all the way to the end. Al relates his boot camp experience in San Diego, infantry training at Camp Pendleton, travel to Vietnam by troop transport ship, training and R&R in Okinawa and his horrific combat experience in the First Battle of Khe Sanh (often referred to as The Hill Fights).

Plot To Overthrow FDR Documentary
Post Date: 2020-01-04 12:37:52 by BTP Holdings
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For more information on United States Marine Corps major general Smedley D. Butler and who was behind the plot go to: www.youtube.com/redirect?...w&event=video_description

German Intelligence Chief Wilhelm Franz Canaris
Post Date: 2019-12-25 10:12:02 by BTP Holdings
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German Intelligence Chief Wilhelm Franz Canaris Adolf Hitler’s spymaster, Admiral Wilhelm Canaris, was actually a dedicated anti-Nazi who did everything he could to frustrate the Führer’s plans. by David Alan Johnson In most popular spy thrillers, secret agents are tall, handsome, virile, and irresistible to women. Whether their name is Dirk Pitt, Jack Ryan, or James Bond, all are hard-drinking, well-tailored ladies’ men. At the end of the last chapter, the hero invariably saves the world, wins the girl and drives off into the sunset behind the wheel of a fancy sports car. Wilhelm Canaris was no James Bond. He was just under five feet, four inches tall, which nearly ...

German Intelligence In WWII | Secrets Of War (WWII Documentary) | Timeline
Post Date: 2019-12-24 21:19:17 by BTP Holdings
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Reinhard Heydrich, and Wilhelm Canaris were the top spymasters in the Third Reich, two rivals who were masked in both mystery and secrecy. But in the end, one man would kill for Hitler and the other would betray him. Poster Comment:Hitler's Third Reich was a dictatorship. Many of the surviving German scientists and members of the military were brought to the U.S. during Operation Paperclip. And then there was Eisenhower's debacle of maltreatment of German POWs. That was a war crime that was never investigated since the Allies won the war.

⚜ | Inside the Cockpit - Messerschmitt Me 262 [Part 2]
Post Date: 2019-12-22 18:53:10 by BTP Holdings
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The Messerschmitt Me 262 is one of the most iconic planes from World War 2. As the first jet fighter fielded in significant numbers, it marks the shift from piston to jet aircraft. Let's go over its history and design. This is Part 2. Poster Comment:Germany gave Japan the plans for the Me-262. When U.S. troops occupied Japan in 1945, they found a cave in the mountains the Japs were working on that plane. Inside the cave it was safe from air raids.

⚜ | Inside The Cockpit - Messerschmitt Me 262 [Part 1]
Post Date: 2019-12-22 18:48:04 by BTP Holdings
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The Messerschmitt Me 262 is one of the most iconic planes from World War 2. As the first jet fighter fielded in significant numbers, it marks the shift from piston to jet aircraft. Let's go over its history and design. This is Part 1.

America's 1st war for independence
Post Date: 2019-12-22 06:32:22 by AllTheKings'HorsesWontDoIt
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America's 1st war for independence Doug Phillips By Doug Phillips Published June 8, 2007  Exactly 100 years before the members of the 2nd Continental Congress pledged their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor to the cause of freedom, Jamestown became the location of America's first true war for independence. The year was 1676, and the key players were an impatient and heavy-handed governor named Sir William Berkeley, and the charismatic legislator and populist, Nathaniel Bacon. The question was this: What are citizens supposed to do when their wives and children are being murdered and scalped on a regular basis, and the civil magistrate (in this ...

1840 - Major Watson, Revolutionary War Vet
Post Date: 2019-12-15 21:06:15 by BTP Holdings
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1840 - Major Watson, Revolutionary War Vet Major (his first name) Watson, is believed to be the only Revolutionary War soldier buried in McHenry County. Watson was one of the last survivors of the Revolution. Born on Nov. 18, 1739, in Sackets Harbor, N.Y, He came to the area with his daughter-in-law, widow of Zelotus Watson, from St. Lawrence County, New York, in 1837. As a young man, Watson was captured by the Indians and held prisoner. At one point he was made to run the gauntlet. "Running the Gauntlet" was an Indian custom reserved for prisoners. In it, the prisoner was forced to run down two lines of facing Indians armed with war clubs and tomahawks who attempted to strike ...

World's oldest artwork uncovered in Indonesian cave: study
Post Date: 2019-12-12 21:31:42 by Ada
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An Indonesian cave painting that depicts a prehistoric hunting scene could be the world's oldest figurative artwork dating back nearly 44,000 years, a discovery that points to an advanced artistic culture, according to new research. Spotted two years ago on the island of Sulawesi, the 4.5 metre (13 foot) wide painting features wild animals being chased by half-human hunters wielding what appear to be spears and ropes, said the study published in the journal Nature on Wednesday. Using dating technology, the team at Australia's Griffith University said it had confirmed that the limestone cave painting dated back at least 43,900 years during the Upper Palaeolithic period. ...

The WW2 War Crimes of Churchill and the Americans Were Far Worse Than Hitler's [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2019-12-09 18:11:24 by Ada
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"... the inescapable conclusion is that in per capita terms Jews were the greatest mass-murderers of the twentieth century, holding that unfortunate distinction by an enormous margin and with no other nationality coming even remotely close. And yet, by the astonishing alchemy of Hollywood, the greatest killers of the last one hundred years have somehow been transmuted into being seen as the greatest victims, a transformation so seemingly implausible that future generations will surely be left gasping in awe. Today’s American Neocons are just as heavily Jewish as were the Bolsheviks of a hundred years ago, and they have greatly benefited from the political immunity provided by ...

Why was Rommel defeated at El Alamein?
Post Date: 2019-12-08 12:00:35 by BTP Holdings
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Why was Rommel defeated at El Alamein? Rommel at El Alamein The Battles of El Alamein were the most important battles of the North African conflict. The German and British armies were led two of their most capable commanders, Erwin Romel and Bernard Law Montgomery. The battle, which was, in reality, a series of battles and has entered military legend. It is one of the best-known battles of WWII and considered an important turning point for the Allies. The battle was a turning point in the war. It was the first time that the western allies had decisively defeated the Germans on the battlefield and allowed them to clear the German and Italians out of North Africa and ultimately to ...

When The Bankers Plotted To Overthrow FDR
Post Date: 2019-12-07 15:16:19 by BTP Holdings
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When The Bankers Plotted To Overthrow FDR February 12, 2012 3:59 PM ET by Sally Denton Sally Denton is also the author of The Pink Lady, American Massacre and The Bluegrass Conspiracy. Ursula Coyote/Bloomsbury It was a dangerous time in America: The economy was staggering, unemployment was rampant and a banking crisis threatened the entire monetary system. The newly elected president pursued an ambitious legislative program aimed at easing some of the troubles. But he faced vitriolic opposition from both sides of the political spectrum. "This is despotism, this is tyranny, this is the annihilation of liberty," one senator wrote to a colleague. "The ordinary ...

‘Give me a few hours’: How Eisenhower, armed with only a typewriter, planned the U.S. response to Pearl Harbor
Post Date: 2019-12-07 10:13:48 by BTP Holdings
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‘Give me a few hours’: How Eisenhower, armed with only a typewriter, planned the U.S. response to Pearl Harbor Hannah Natanson 1 hr ago At almost the exact moment hundreds of Japanese planes dropped armor-piercing bombs on Pearl Harbor — killing thousands of Americans and damaging eight battleships in a deadly surprise attack — Brig. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower decided to take a nap. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower with paratroopers in England shortly before the D-Day invasion on June 6, 1944. (U.S. Army Signal Corps/AP) Eisenhower, as usual, was working through the weekend. But around noon on Sunday, Dec. 7, 1941, he yawned and shoved aside the paperwork spilling across ...

Proving LBJ killed Kennedy CONDENSED
Post Date: 2019-12-06 07:27:27 by BTP Holdings
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Poster Comment:LBJ was a rat through and through.

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