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Feisal and Lawrence

Did covert machinations of the Great War betray the Arabs and result in a permanent conflict of civilizations?

The Arabian Commission to the Peace Conference at Versailles and its advisors. Emir Feisal with, from left to right, Mohammed Rustum Bey Haidar of Baalbek, Brigadier General Nuri Pasha Said, Captain Pisani, T E Lawrence and Captain Hassan Bey Kadri. By American official photographer, [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

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Hoffman on “Republican Party Animal” Review
(Publish Date: 2014-09-13 Time: 17:57 )

By Michael Hoffman- I managed to find the time to read the well-written and generally fair-minded review of David Cole’s autobiography. I realize you do not publish letters to the editor, but a few corrections are in order. While it is true that many revisionists do not engage in on site forensic investigation, the pioneer […]

The NS State and how the “Endlösung” developed
(Publish Date: 2014-08-17 Time: 13:17 )

By Wilfried Heink- To this day we have no solid evidence showing if and when Hitler decided on this so-called “Endlösung”, i.e., “The Holocaust”. Many theories have been advanced, one by Gerlach for instance who claims Hitler made his wish known to kill all Jews during a meeting of December 12,1941. Just speculations, of course. […]

The Road to the First World War
(Publish Date: 2014-07-27 Time: 13:49 )

By Wilfried Heink- Preamble The Holy Roman Empire German Nation, in fact a German Empire – German chiefs had accepted the Pope as ceremonial head of state – for various reasons disintegrated over time into Kingdoms, Principalities, Duchies, etc., etc.. And although the Hapsburg’s, the last line of German Emperors who had moved to Vienna […]