Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 But back to Russia. In giving the finger to his Western Partners and breaking Russia’s diplomatic isolation at the Genoa Conference by signing the Treaty of Rapallo, Lenin had expended the last of his strength. In May 1922, he had a stroke. […]
Episode 6. Leon Trotsky, Father of German Nazism (IV)
Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 About a year before Hitler organized the Beer Hall Putsch, some curious personalities appeared in his entourage, and historians have still been unable to determine the origin of the sums of money that they brought with them. The cash flowed in from many sides. […]
Episode 6. Leon Trotsky, Father of German Nazism (III)
Part 1 Part 2 In order to properly understand the relationship between the Bolsheviks and the West, it is important to remember that the Leninists «cheated» the Anglo-Saxons. They underlined the most important points: they didn’t sell off the country; they didn’t give out its wealth. But as long as […]
How Will America Blame Russia Now?
Igor Chebykin (Russia) The United States has revealed a widely known secret: the military, political and scientific leaders of Fascist Germany who avoided Soviet (or Allied) bullets and the Nuremberg hangman’s rope found a safe haven and good work in America after the war. The New York Times recently published […]
Episode 6. Leon Trotsky, Father of German Nazism (II)
Part 1 Who organized the February and October revolutions in Russia and the November revolution in Germany? The Russian and German revolutions were organized by British intelligence, with the possible support of the United States and France. The goal of WWI was to force the two powers to bleed each […]
Episode 6. Lev Trotsky, Father of German Nazism (I)
«Oddly enough, England, monarchist to the core and conservative at home, always acted in its foreign affairs as the patron saint of demagogic aspirations, always pandering to popular movements who sought to weaken the basis of monarchy altogether.» Memorandum by Peter Durnovo to Tsar Nicholas II, February 1914. The question […]
Episode 5. Who paid for World War II?
Seventy years ago the greatest massacre in history began – with the financing from the Bank of England and the Federal Reserve System of the United States. A recent resolution by the parliamentary assembly of the OSCE declared that the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany held equal roles in unleashing […]
Why Was Hitler’s Defeat a Defeat for the West?
Vladimir TIMAKOV(Russia) Conventional wisdom says that the traditional Western values are democracy, humanism, tolerance and human rights. Against that background, Hitler’s Third Reich looks like a strange mutation, an evolutionary deviation that could not have been predicted. Alexei Arbatov, a ideologue of pseudo-right Yabloko party, expresses surprise about that in […]
Secret Run-Up to World War II: the Responsibility of the West
The agenda of our editions is inevitably circulating around the theme of wars. Until now we were covering the current one in Afghanistan and emerging in Iran as the focuses of international attention. But as the 65th anniversary of the Victory over Nazism is approaching, the lessons of history start […]