George Lincoln Rockwell was assassinated on August 25, 1967 in the parking lot of a northern Virginia laundromat by a former follower named John Patsalos. In many ways, Rockwell’s death was an ironic end to a valorous life.
By Dr. William Pierce
On the eighteenth of June, 1945, a little over six weeks after the death of Adolf Hitler, Rudolf Hess wrote the following words in a letter to his wife, from his prison cell:
By Mark R. Elsis
[August 17, 2012}
My coming to England in this way is, as I realize, so unusual that nobody will easily understand it. I was confronted by a very hard decision. I do not think I could have arrived at my final choice unless I had continually kept before my eyes the vision of an endless line of children’s coffins with weeping mothers behind them, both English and German, and another line of coffins of mothers with mourning children.”
~ Rudolf Hess (June 10, 1941)
In honour of the 130-th birthday of Vidkun Quisling
By Michael Walsh
[From the book Heroes of the Reich by Michael Walsh]
“You will be my historical witness. The day will come when I will need it,” said the Norwegian Prime Minister Vidkun Quisling to his secretary, Franklin Knudsen. The national leader’s words were spoken with great solemnity as the two men sat in a room of Oslo’s Grand Hotel on the 18* April 1940. Nine days earlier their country had fallen to the forces of the Third Reich, victims of a conspiracy masterminded by England’s unelected leader Winston Churchill.
Horst Mahler, now 81 years old, is a courageous man who has dared to tell the truth in occupied Germany. He has faced the full wrath of the system, which tolerates no questioning of the 6 million number, along with the other easily disproven and absurd tales of the Holocaust. He has also given the verboten salute, moving his arm in a way that is now an imprisonable offense (in “free” Germany) and he would even “Heil Hitler” on occasion. The audacity!
Sitsa Karaïskaki was one of the main propagandists in the 4th of August State. Born in 1902, in 1926 she went to Germany, where she studied Philosophy at the University of Munich, eventually gaining her doctorate. She was in Germany when Adolf Hitler was struggling to achieve power, and there she embraced National Socialist ideas.
In a sad turn of events Horst Mahler who was seeking asylum in Hungary has been arrested. Regional daily Mitteldeutsche Zeitung cited an open letter Mahler published on May 12 requesting asylum from Hungary and its president, Viktor Orban.