Right-wing Terrorists and the Extraparliamentary Left in Post-World War 2 Europe: Collusion or Manipulation?

[…] according to pro-Nazi elements – controlled by parasitic Jews.(38) This neo-fascist substitution of an ‘international of nationalism’ for ‘national chauvinism’ (39) has precedents in classical fascist and Nazi rhetoric,(40) but it developed primarily as a pragmatic response to the ‘inescapable geopolitical fact’ that no single European nation could hope to match the post-war military […]

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The economic background to appeasement and the search for Anglo-German detente before and during World War 2

[…] was renewed in early 1932 and every year thereafter until 1939, despite the unhappiness of many of those involved in the provision of credit to Germany. For Nazi German economic policy flew in the face of the liberal principles held by the City. Under the direction of Hjalmar Schacht at the Reichsbank the Germans […]

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Secret Intelligence and the Holocaust, and, US Intelligence and the Nazis

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[…] Trevor-Roper, but he does not appear to have appreciated the significance of the document. He was far from alone in this failure to comprehend the enormity of Nazi crimes against Europe’s Jewish population. This startling revelation is contained in David Bankier’s introduction to the collection of essays, Secret Intelligence and the Holocaust, one of […]

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Notes from the Underground: British Fascism 1974-92. Part 2

[…] than Ray Hill. In February 1981, after a series of British press stories, Hill notes the League ‘had been nick-named the Leak of St. George by other nazi hard-liners. So Oumow was by-passing them and making contacts directly with other far-right activist groups ‘in the field’ ‘. (14) Close collaboration by the League qua […]

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Post-war Nazi Networks and the United States

[…] between narcotics and para-legal repression is an old and enduring one. In its post-war phase it can be traced to the exfiltration to Latin America of wanted Nazi war criminals and their collaborators. Ricord himself, arriving in Paraguay via a Nazi escape route, had been one. (76) Originally arriving in Latin America thanks to […]

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A Who’s Who of Appeasers, 1939-41

[…] all Parliamentary (Lords and Commons) personalities who are named as proposing an Anglo-German peace deal after the outbreak of war or as being in touch with the Nazi regime either directly or through neutrals in pursuit of such an accommodation. Sources: Unpublished: Home Office, (HO) Foreign Office (FO) and Prime Ministerial (PREM) papers in […]

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Ratlines: how the Vatican’s Nazi networks betrayed Western intelligence to the Soviets

Mark Aarons and John Loftus Heinemann, London, 1991, £16.99 Mark Aarons, author of Sanctuary! Nazi Fugitives in Australia, was largely responsible for convincing the Australian government to reopen their war crimes investigations; John Loftus, author of The Belarus Secret is a former attorney for the US Justice Department Office of Special Investigations who investigated […]

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Notes From the Underground: British Fascism 1974-92

[…] general problem, common to all politicians, of ascertaining whether they mean what they say. Among the fascists this is often compounded by the desire to conceal a Nazi past and/or ideology. Further, much of what counts for ‘hard’ information on the connections of fascism to the secret state has been filtered through suspect sources […]

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Pius XII, the Holocaust and the Cold War

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[…] As for ‘the pope’s audacious ratline venture’, Phayer argues that it was once again his anti-Communism that lay behind the operation. As far as Pius was concerned, Nazi war criminals were first and foremost anti-Communists and this was more important than any mass murder they might have committed. He actually inter-ceded with the incredulous […]

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