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BARAK OBAMA UNKNOWN AND REINHOLD'S IDEAS FOR AFGANISTAN:MORE CONTRA LESS

Sunday, November 1, 2009
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Geopolityka wokół broni nuklearnych

Saturday, October 31, 2009
Od wybuchów bomb nuklearnych rzuconych w 1945 roku jedną na Hiroszimę i na jedyną w Japonii katedrę katolicką w Nagasaki, do obecnych czasów, cała geopolityka światowa faktycznie uzależniona jest od broni nuklearnych. Stosunki USA z Rosją opierają na równowadze terroru, czyli na gwarantowanym obopólnym zniszczeniu na wypadek wymiany salw nuklearnych między tymi dwoma państwami >>more...

Palestinians Jews: present state of negociations

Saturday, October 31, 2009
Według raportu Associated Press z 31go października, 2009, o rokowaniach Żydów z Arabami w Palestynie wygląda na to, że rokowania te są pod znakiem zapytania. Arabowie najwyraźniej są przeświadczeni, że rokowania proponowane przez USA, służą jako zasłona dymna dla ekspansji żydowskiej na ziemie Palestyńczyków >>more...

Lost Victories: The War Memoirs of Hitler's Most Brilliant General by Field Marshal Erich von Manstein Edition: Paperback

Friday, October 30, 2009
Rather than repeating other reviewers, I focus mostly on previously-unmentioned content. Owing to the volume of information available, I largely limit my review to the 1939 war.

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Poland, 1944-1962: The Sovietization of a Captive People

Friday, October 30, 2009
Insights into the Communization of Poland and Its Counterparts Today, September 19, 2009 Support for Communism, as by a disproportionate fraction of Jews, is commonly attributed to poverty and injustice. This is incorrect. Staar comments: "The popular appeal of Communism in Poland has been rather ineffective. This was always true, even in the early 1930's when the unemployment and low standard of living theoretically should have provided a fertile field for the development and mass acceptance of Communism." (p. 7). >>more...

German Scholars and Ethnic Cleansing, 1919-1945 (English and German Edition)

Friday, October 30, 2009
Move over, jack-booted thugs! The reader may be astonished at the depth of broad-based German intellectuals' support for Germano-supremacist attitudes. It began, first of all, in defining what a German is, particularly one who has lived among non-Germans for generations (e. g., Michael Fahlbusch, p. 34). (This work also contains some information of genealogical interest in this regard.) German liberals such as Otto Scheel were in basic agreement with Nazi attitudes against the Slavs. (Eric Kurlander, pp. 204-207). >>more...

The Old Country: The Lost World of East European Jews

Friday, October 30, 2009
The many pictures of this book, generally dating from the period 1860-1920, hearken back to a simpler time. They make it obvious that, not only were Poland's Jews generally unassimilated, but that they essentially lived in a world of their own. [The reader, beholding the poverty of the Jews, should realize that most Poles were even poorer.] A hierarchy existed within the Jewish community: "Manual workers were generally looked upon with condescension, but some professions were held to be lower than others." (p. 12). >>more...

Lives of Hitler's Jewish Soldiers: Untold Tales of Men of Jewish Descent Who Fought for the Third Reich (Modern War Studies

Friday, October 30, 2009
In this sequel to his HITLER'S JEWISH SOLDIERS, Rigg focuses on individuals' experiences. WARNING: The descriptions of the carnage at the Russian front are graphic, and may be upsetting to the sensitive reader >>more...

All About Poland: Facts, Figures, Documents

Friday, October 30, 2009
This work, written shortly after the fall of Poland in 1939, is essentially a mini-encyclopedia of interwar Poland. It includes the "miracle of Gdynia", in which Poland transformed a fishing village into a major port in ten years. In 1924, Gdynia handled 58 ships; in 1938 nearly 13,000 ships. (pp. 184-185). >>more...

Jozef Beck's Memoirs: Insights into Teschen (Cieszyn), Nonaggression Pacts, 1939 Wartime Evacuation, etc.

Friday, October 30, 2009
This work provides Jozef Beck's perspective on such things as the Pilsudski coup of 1926, interwar Poland, international diplomacy and Poland's "dance of safety" between two aggressive powers, and much more. It also touches on his personal life >>more...
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