The crony capitalists: a fond farewell to some regular guys?

Lobster Issue 56 (Winter 2008/9) £££

[…] set up along with two banks in Europe in the 1920s by August Thyssen, the German industrialist. The banks were used to shuffle profits made from the Nazi war economy out of reach of any government, not just the Nazis. Thyssen had learnt in the aftermath of World War One that it was best […]

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Lobster Issue 26 (1993) £££

[…] Special Intelligence Service operator.(2) O’Hara sends him a copy of his unreadable booklet A Lie to Far and aks him for information on anti-fascist moles working inside nazi groups. Riley, almost but not quite as potty as O’Hara, responds as favourably as he can, but as he knows next to nothing he invents. The […]

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The Occult Roots of Nazism: Secret Aryan Cults and their Influence on Nazi Ideology

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Lobster Issue 24 (December 1992) £££

Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke I.B.Tauris, London, 1992, £9.95. In his last paragraph the author concludes: ‘Books written about Nazi occultism between 1960 and 1975 were typically sensational and under-researched. A complete ignorance of the primary sources was common to most authors and inaccuracies and wild claims were repeated by each newcomer to the genre until an […]

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Pius XII, the Holocaust and the Cold War

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Lobster Issue 57 (Summer 2009) £££

[…] 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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How many divisions does the Pope have?

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Lobster Issue 44 (Winter 2002/3) £££

The Real Odessa: How Peron Brought the Nazi War Criminals to Argentina Uki Goni London: Granta Books, 2002, £20 If there was a category of work called Detective History, Uki Goni really ought to be awarded Book of the Year. Undeterred by the shredding and incineration of key documents, rebuffs from the supporters of […]

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Nazi UFOs Debunked

Lobster Issue 43 (Summer 2002) £££

Nazi UFOs’ is shorthand for a group of beliefs ranging from the idea that the Third Reich developed a wide range of advanced experimental aircraft at the end of WW2 to the claim that UFOs are really the craft of the Nazi elite who fled to Antarctica at the end of the war. […]

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Contemporary British Fascism & The Radical Right in Britain

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Lobster Issue 49 (Summer 2005) £££

[…] John Tyndall, subjected to some interesting scrutiny. As Copsey shows (not that he puts it so circumspectly), there are definitely resonances between BNP policy documents and the Nazi era and ideology (pp. 10-12 and 85-6). However, if, as Copsey claims, Tyndall is a Nazi, why exactly did the British Movement or, even better, the […]

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Beyond The Da Vinci Code’

Lobster Issue 49 (Summer 2005) £££

[…] excluding the Jews themselves. This was a view shared by many senior figures in a Church riddled with guilt at its implicit pact of tolerance with the Nazi devil and determined not to make the same mistake with communism, especially at a time when liberation theology was taking hold of its liberal wing. Pope […]

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In a Common Cause: the Anti-Communist Crusade in Britain 1945-60

Lobster Issue 19 (1990) £££

[…] Raikes’ Imperial Policy Group colleague, the Earl of Mansfield. (35) In 1950 the Scottish League organised a conference in Edinburgh of Eastern European exiles, many of them Nazi collaborators and war criminals, who had been recruited by MI6 They had been moved to the U.K., often with the intervention of Stokes, during the scramble […]

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Anglo-America and the Third Reich

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Lobster Issue 52 (Winter 2006/7) £££

[…] ‘My father and I – the modern ones – would listen to these tirades, rolling our eyes, and excusing the impropriety of even alluding to a possible Nazi victory on account of my grandfather’s earnest but essentially “screwed-up” world view.’ Certainly, as Preparata came to reconsider, the result of world conflict had not been […]

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