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... Consequences of American Empire (London: Little, Brown and Company, 1999), pp.18 and 71. The document was found on the PRO website at http://www.pro.gov.uk/docimages/KV/2 _34a.gif . Haushofer's list can be inferred from a memorandum Haushofer wrote to Hitler in the aftermath of the Hess flight to Britain. See pp. 27 and 28 of Eugene Bird, Rudolf Hess: the Loneliest Man in the World (London: Sphere books, 1976 and 80) See John Costello, Ten Days that Shook the West (London: Bantam Books, 1991) and Peter Padfield, Hess: ...
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... of Defence line but also prepared to impose self-censorship in the cause of the 'national interest'. (Photographs of dead bodies were thought to be inappropriate by most newspaper editors and consequently remained unpublished.) In the run up to the Gulf conflict, extensive use was made of the media to demonise Saddam Hussein as either a new Hitler, or a madman; or, ideally, a combination of both. (It is interesting to note that before transforming Saddam into a 'bad guy', the same media had favourably compared him to Thatcher during the 1980s when he was privatising Iraq's economy. [p .60]) At the same time the collapse of Communism ...
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63. Europe Inc & Blowing the Whistle (Book reviews) [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... , alas, the truth is it that when I read something like 'Destiny' it evokes not the great Western philosophical tradition but Stan Lee's Marvel comics of the 1960s. To my ear Destiny sounds like the name of one of his minor Super Heroes - 'Here comes Captain Infinity and Destiny' - and carries too many overtones of A. Hitler and his crew of dotty psychos. Kok's contempt for democracy, all too characteristic of our European elites, evokes the same echoes to me. The two books under review now join John Laughland,(2 ) Hugo Young's This Blessed Plot (3 ) and John Connolly's The Rotten Heart of Europe(4 ) in the category of ...
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... were pointing in another direction. It was a sentiment which was strengthened by war against the common enemy of the USA and the USSR, Nazi Germany. Here was a country which many believed to be characterised by a malignant and evil form of capitalism in which cartels and big business had too much power. Whether or not industrialists had helped Hitler into office they had become one of the props to his regime. So given that the pacification of Germany was central to international security after the war it was not implausible to argue that expropriating the capitalists, forcibly deindustrialising large swathes of the country, and creating an economy based on agricultural production, were sensible means to this end. ...
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... Nordic romanticism during the 1920s, and which from 1933 resulted in, amongst other things, the introduction of cranial measuring into German schoolrooms as part and parcel of the Nazification of German schools. Thanks to a leg-up from the Thuringian Nazi Party in 1930 Gunther was appointed to the University of Jena with his inaugural lecture being attended by Hitler himself. Through his work, which set out to prove the racial superiority of the Aryan race both theoretically and physically - he had been involved in the compulsory sterilisation programme of children born to black fathers in the Ruhr, 'Rassen-Gunther', as he was affectionately known, rose to become one of the SS's most prominent ideologues ...
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... was by Andrew Roberts, historian and biographer of Lord Halifax (Foreign Secretary, 1938-41). As a result of his discussion with Aberconway, Roberts claimed that 'we now know that .. .. .. Chamberlain......was willing to go far further to appease Nazi Germany, in order to dissuade Hitler from invading Poland, than was ever supposed. ' It emerges that Chamberlain and Halifax authorised the businessmen to explore the possibility of a Four Power (Britain, France, Germany and Italy) conference on the Munich model which would propose partitioning Poland in Hitler's favour. This is interesting new background but it does not add much at all ...
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... York University Press, 1998, l7.95 Simon Matthews Savitri Devi - real name Maximiani Portas; she was part Greek, part French - is an odd subject for a biography. This is someone of little importance to anyone other than extreme environmentalists and/ or the ultra-right. Even the title is misleading. She never met Hitler (so cannot, logically, have been his 'Priestess') and was not even in Germany during the crucial years of the Third Reich. A long-term resident of India, where she associated with ultra-nationalist Hindus, she spied for the Japanese, providing them with information that helped them occupy Burma in 1941/1942 ...
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... and the National Federation of Discharged and Demobilised Soldiers and Sailors sponsored 31 candidates in the 1918 general election - and 2 of these got elected - the British state moved rapidly to take over leadership of the ex-serviceman movement. By May 1921 the Royal British Legion was up and running. There would be no British Mussolini and no British Hitler. Beamish (a candidate for the latter) founded the Britons Society and moved to Rhodesia. This coincided with Pemberton-Billings' exit from national politics. Although he lived until 1948 he resigned in May 1921, citing ill health. Horatio Bottomley (now fronting the Independent Parliamentary Group, and working closely with Lord Rothermere's Anti- ...
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69. George Orwell and the IRD [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... socialist society but as an act of patriotism, necessary to save the country from defeat and occupation. The war had made the emergence of a new Socialist Party that meant business all the more urgent. The Labour Party was in coalition with the Conservatives while the Communists remained apologists for Soviet foreign policy, even when Stalin had allied himself with Hitler. Orwell hoped that out of the unrest caused by hardship and defeat would emerge a new Socialist movement, uniting working class and middle class, in the transformation of Britain into a socialist commonwealth. Interestingly, by 1941, while he contemptuously dismissed Labour Party reformism, he also rejected insurrectionary tactics as unsuitable for a country like Britain. ...
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70. RAF colluded in Hess flight [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... had been behind the Hess Flight. Stalin asked Khruschev to give his own view first and when Khrushchev suggested the flight had been part of an attempted deal between German Nazis and a secret British peace party, Stalin agreed. But Winston Churchill refused to deal with the man called Hess and sent the pilot straight to the Tower of London. Hitler ranted when he was told about the Hess flight, although some historians, noting that Hitler was up at the exceptionally early time for him of 07h 30 that morning and dressed in full uniform, have suggested he knew of Hess's astonishing flight plan and was faking his paroxysms of rage. The doppelganger Other historians, led by the British ...
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