Know Your WW2 History: The Invasion of Poland

The History and War Blog did an Outstanding Four Part Series on the Invasion of Poland beginning in 1939.

Part 1: The Attack on Poland 1-17 September

Part 2: Soviet Invasion and the Fall of Poland

Part 3: The Exodus

Part 4: The Aftermath

 

Also as a cool supplement, Jeff over at The Inch High Guy Blog  has a really great post:

Invasion of Poland, 1939 Color Photographs, Hugo Jaeger Collection, Part I.

 

For further reading and study I recommend the book:

Case White, the Invasion of Poland 1939

The White Slave Trade

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The Barbary pirates of North Africa attacked the coastal northern Mediterranean launching attacks against France, Italy and Sicily, kidnapping women as white slaves primarily and whenever possible notable wealthy persons and ships for ransom. In their feverish search for white women slaves a few pirates even went as far as the coast of Iceland, raiding inland to kidnap women and bring them back to North Africa.

From the 1500s to the 1800s it is estimated that one million white Europeans, to include those captured at sea as well as through land raids abroad were enslaved. Many of these were Americans captured at sea.

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Hating the Saxon

Hating the Saxon: The Academic Battle Against The English Origin Story

 

While reading this I was reminded of Orwell’s quote:

He who controls the past controls the future. He who controls the present controls the past.

Neo-Liberal Academia have been trying to revise, distort and marginalize the history of the White race to fit their agenda and worldview for over a century but the TRUTH always prevails in the end.

 

 

 

 

Anti-Communist Book of the Month

One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich

 

While you are here it would not hurt to re-read one of the best articles Revolver has written in the past few years, Are You Ready to be an American Kulak?

 

Know Your History: John Calhoun, America’s Greatest Political Thinker Since the Founders

America’s Greatest Political Thinker Since the Founders

 

“Four of Calhoun’s ideas are especially relevant today. The first is that patriotism doesn’t spring from high ideals, but from citizens and the state having a mutual stake in each other’s success. Calhoun’s second main argument is that America’s racially discriminatory policies, including slavery, unify white citizens, protect democracy, and mitigate class differences. Calhoun’s third argument opposed admitting non-whites as citizens of the Union and the pursuit of empire. Finally, Calhoun’s most consequential ideal is that of the concurrent majority. This, presented in A Disquisition on Government and in a Discourse on the Constitution and Government of the United Statesis probably the most significant American contribution to serious political science since The Federalist.”

Regardless if you do not lean to the Hard Right or not, I highly recommend the new biography of Calhoun entitled Calhoun: American Heretic. 

As the author states, it is a unintentional glance into national decline, but more importantly, it describes the historical reasons for that decline in exacting detail.