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BLACK JACK SCHRAMME OF THE CONGO CRISIS

Born in 1929, Belgian national Jean Schramme had little need to travel to the Congo Republic. As manager of a vast estate in the Belgian Congo, Schramme was already a Congo national during the Congo Crisis (1960 – 1965). The setting to his contribution was the scene of the unrest following the breakaway of mineral-rich Katanga and Kasai Provinces.

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THE ALLIES WAR AGAINST WOMEN

Much has been recorded about the mass rapes by the troops of the Soviet, British and American armies mass rape of German women in 1945. Comparatively lesser known is the mass rape of Italian women by French Colonial soldiers in 1944. These soldiers later continued with their degeneracy in Stuttgart, Germany in early 1945. The allies and especially mainstream media and palace publishing houses kept silent on this as the soldiers doing this were allied soldiers.

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Pride Comes Before the Fall

Of the prelude to World War Two palace historians invariably describe Poland as victim of Nazi aggression. One can also put money on their claim that the Gleiwitz incident was a false flag to excuse the Reich’s subsequent invasion. Modest research reveals this was contrary to reality. Such fraudulent scribes are guilty of falsifying history to improve their chances of being published.

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