The Burden Of Reality: Hitler, 2013

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Rise of The West

The Burden of Hitler, 2013

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Editor’s Note: This is a fair and equitable approach to this subject by Mr. Johnson.

A quote from another source will only highlight the subject matter:

Let us not forget Leonidas, nor Alchimedes, nor Arminius or Vercengitorex; of Fredrich Barbarosa, Napoleon, Adolf Hitler, or Henry the V as some of the greatest and noblest of our historical personages. There are many, many more to remember, some good, and some not so good, for ourselves and for others but, they, one and all, belong to us, as the roots belong to the tree.[1]


Adolf Hitler was born April 20, 1889. Every April 20th, White Nationalist websites inevitably see an increase in discussion and debate about Hitler and his legacy. Positions usually array themselves between two poles: Hitler is the problem and Hitler is the solution.

The claim that Hitler…

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World War I, The Balfour Declaration, Versailles Treaty, and the Set Up for World War II and III

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Justice for Germans

  “World War I broke out in the summer of 1914.  Nineteen-hundred and fourteen was the year in which World War One broke out… Now that war was waged on one side by Great Britain, France, and Russia; and on the other side by Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Turkey. What happened?”

By Benjamin Freedman (1961) in a speech given at Willard Hotel, Washington, D.C. (Listen via YouTube)

“Within two years Germany had won that war:  not alone won it nominally, but won it actually. The German submarines, which were a surprise to the world, had swept all the convoys from the Atlantic Ocean, and Great Britain stood there without ammunition for her soldiers, stood there with one week’s food supply  facing her — and after that, starvation.

At that time, the French army had mutinied.  They lost 600,000 of the flower of French youth in the defense of Verdun…

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Zeppelin L23

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Airship L23 was a Q-class zeppelin built by Luftschiffbau Zeppelin in Potsdam to the German Kaiserliche Marine and made its first flight 8. April 1916. It was stationed for two periods at the airship base in Tønder, but was 21. August 1917, shot down over the North Sea 40 km west of Stadil Fjord (Denmark).

As a newly built airship, L23 arrived on April 21. 1916 at the base in Tønder, but was already transferred on April 29. 1916 to the base in Nordholz at Cuxhaven and returned on the November 9. 1916 to Tønder again. L23 participated in 51 reconnaissance raids and three bombing raids against England with the following officers on board:

On April 16, 1916, Lieutenant Commander Otto von Schubert joined as commander and Oberleutnant zur See (First Lieutenant) Armin Rothe as 1 January 1996. They had previously flown together on airship L7
On 10 August…

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