Tag Archives: Sculptors

Hitler’s Invasion of the Soviet Union

The last weeks of June offer an opportunity for mainstream media (MSM) to recall the Reich’s pre-emptive strike on Bolshevik Russia. Their claim is that genial Uncle Joe Stalin was a victim of Hitler’s biggest blunder. We are led to believe that the unprepared Red Army fought gallantly, but faced by overwhelming odds fell back.

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BOOK THAT VAPORISED THE VICTORS’ PROPAGANDA

Michael Walsh’s Witness to History was first published in its much-abridged form in 1996. The intention was to match the best-selling magazine format Did Six Million Really Die. An immediate success, Witness to History inspired the mega-sized version now also published in four volumes for those who like their real history in sections.

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BLUT UND BODEN EXPLAINED BY GERRY FREDERICS ART HISTORIAN

First of all, I am much indebted to Gerry Frederics who is rightly classed as the ethno-nationalist expert on fine art in general in National Socialist artworks in particular. For this reason, he takes the podium to explain the true nature of German art both National Socialist and Blud und Boden (Blood and Earth) artworks.

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THE MOST BREATH-TAKING BIRTHDAY GIFT EVER

Each year over 300,000 people complete their pilgrimage to an idyll to be found on the peak of one of Central Europe’s highest mountain tops. Yet, because of its 6,017’ altitude, the sanctum is inaccessible due to weather conditions only for about 5-months a year with most visitors arriving during July and August. It is thought-provoking too that Kehlsteinhaus is never publicised because of its purpose and symbolism.

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SCULPTURES OF THE THIRD REICH

The Haus der Deutschen Kunst, a monumental colossus of sandstone and marble, was fashioned after Schinkel’s neo-classical Old Museum in Berlin. The contemporary art museum in Munich is located at Prinzregentenstraße 1 at the southern edge of the Englischer Garten (English Garden), Munich’s largest park. The opening ceremony on July 18, 1937, was preceded by pageants and festivities celebrating Two Thousand Years of German Art, paying tribute to Germanic and Hellenist heritage and honouring Dürer and Cranach as the culmination in German art.

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