Tag Archives: Nazi Germany

EXIT WITH FULL HONOURS

Europe mourns the passing of a historian who has been described as ‘the father of historical revisionism’. Gaston-Armand Amaudruz, a native of the Swiss canton of Vaud of Germanic origin, was the founder of the Courrier du Continent, a Swiss political periodical published since 1946, a publication of which he was editor-in-chief in December 2013.

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DON’T MISS MISS HITLER

ETHNIC-EUROPEAN NEWS WIRE SEPTEMBER 15: According to international media a Miss Hitler contest of international interest and appeal has not been favourably reviewed in the Israeli media. Thousands of people took part in the competition, which attracted contestants not only from Russia but Germany, Italy, the United States and elsewhere.

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WHAT LIFE WAS REALLY LIKE IN THE REICH

YOU CAN NOW PURCHASE LIFE IN THE REICH DIRECT Why has the world’s biggest bookshop removed the best-selling book Life in the Reich? Because for the first time in 75 years the lavishly illustrated book allowed millions an insight into what life was really like in Hitler’s Germany; a lifestyle that has never been equalled anywhere in the world.

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