Liberators of the Occupied South

Liberators of the Occupied South

 

Prepare for a dose of REAL American History, not the lies told by Marxist Revisionist Historians.

 

“The original Ku Klux Klan were heroes – full stop.  The Klan of 1865-1877 formed the first resistance against an aggressively antagonistic, radical Yankee occupying force.  Organized at a local level, with almost no centralized support, the original Klan was initiated by elite Southern gentlemen.  These men, former officers who served the Confederacy during the War of Northern Aggression, created the Klan largely out of desperation for a people – their people – who were under assault at every level of their being.  Culturally, socially, commercially, and physically, Southerners were stripped of their pride, starved, humiliated, and in many cases, subjected to sexual abuse by black troops with either the tacit approval of abolitionist officers or by direct command.  Someone needed to defend the Southern people, especially Southern women, and the Ku Klux Klan was born from that need.”

 

 

Be on the lookout for my novelette entitled “Of Kith and Kin” set in 1868 Reconstruction Texas.

Know Your WW2 History: The Blitzkrieg – Word and Concept

I never used the word Blitzkrieg because it is a very stupid word. Adolf Hitler, 8 November 1941 The Word “Blitzkrieg” In sober military language, there is hardly any other word that is so strikingly full of significance and at the same time so misleading and subject to misinterpretation as the term blitzkrieg. Its early […]

The Blitzkrieg – Word and Concept — Weapons and Warfare

The Viking Onslaught

Big fan of this guy’s blog, Weapons and Warfare. When you have some free time (like now) be sure to read through his selections.

The Anglo-Saxons commonly called them ‘Danes’ or ‘heathens’. To the Franks, they were simply ‘the Northmen’. But history knows them as the Vikings, possibly derived from the West Norse word vikingr, meaning ‘one who fights at sea’ or viking, ‘warfare at sea’. Perhaps it was merely because many of the original Norse raiders of the […]

via The Viking Onslaught — Weapons and Warfare

August 15, 1769 – 2019 Marks 250 Years Since the Birth of Napoleon — Legal Legacy

Historical Non-Fiction Book of the Month and History Corrected Book Recommendation.

If you just read one book on the Life of Napoleon, read this one.


Most people have no impression of Napoleon other than one of his being short, pompous, exiled, and apt to keep one hand inside his coat. A recent and magnificent biography by Andrew Roberts, Napoleon: A Life, helps to dispel the myths and misinformation, and to edify readers about Napoleon’s brilliance, achievements, and innovations. Many of […]

via August 15, 1769 – 2019 Marks 250 Years Since the Birth of Napoleon — Legal Legacy

More Proof that the Government is Altering Our History of the Civil War

All part of the Govt. Plan to Control the Future (By Controlling the Past).

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FORT SUMTER & SLAVERY

Based on the article “Revisionism” by Andrew P. Calhoun, with an introduction by Diane Rufino

Anyone who knows me knows how much I love history and how much time I spend reading and researching historical events. I don’t want to read some liberal historian’s take on history or some progressive professor’s view of history. I want to know exactly what happened, why it happened, and the conditions, the views, the cultural norms, the customs that defined the particular time period. I look to primary documents and recordings/documentation at the time of the event, by those who were involved, who were affected, or who were witnesses.

For example, I know for a fact that the Civil War (the War of Northern Aggression; aka, the War to Prevent Southern Independence; aka, the War Between the States) was NOT started over slavery and Lincoln did not initiate hostilities with the South…

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